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From the Desk of Executive Director, Jeffrey Quamme

October 9, 2014

Wallingford, CT  – On behalf of the CCB staff and directors, I would like to thank everyone who has registered for one or more of our fall training events.  We are especially appreciative of the collaboration with the Multicultural Leadership Institute ( which has allowed us to offer all of these trainings at no cost to participants.

At the present time, both “Alternative Medicine and Addictive Disorders” (November 1) and “Supporting Sexual Health of LGBT Individuals in Early Recovery” (December 8) are at capacity, each with significant waiting lists, so we can take no more registrations for them.  There is a good possibility that both Dr. Patterson and Dr. Koken will be invited back in the spring, so there may be an additional opportunity to hear them.  Availability is also very limited in the other events as well, so please make sure that you contact us at to reserve your seat to these no-cost events.

We plan on offering more unique training events in the spring of 2015, and would welcome your ideas on what you would like to see.  In order to help set up a calendar of events for the winter and spring, we are developing a survey which will be sent electronically to all certified professionals to help us identify topics and areas where additional training is needed.  This will be your opportunity to weigh in with your opinions.

We look forward to seeing you in the trainings over the next few months.

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