History of New Directions 1976 to 2015
Previous conferences  2017 Weston Super Mare ALCOHOL    ANONYMITY Still the nation’s favourite drug? 2016 Bradford   FEAD videos Not all alcohol problems are dose related 2015 London   FEAD videos ADDICTED TO RECOVERY? New Paradigms or Recycled Discourses? 2014 Dundee   FEAD videos MADE IN SCOTLAND ... Learning lessons from Scotland’s independent approach to tackling alcohol problems 2013 Birmingham   FEAD videos ALCOHOL SPILLS OVER ... Alcohol and the family and other neglected issues Keynote speakers, Jim Orford, Alex Copello, Richard Velleman 2012 Llandrindod Wells   FEAD videos NEW DIRECTIONS AND MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING 21 years of experience and the future for motivational interviewing. Keynote speaker, Steve Rollnick 2011 Lancaster . BIG DRINKING AND THE BIG SOCIETY Inequality and alcohol problems: are we really all in this together? 2010 Norwich . DOING MORE WITH LESS : developing higher strength alcohol services in the hangover from the credit crunch 2009 Belfast . ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS IN THE RIGHT WAY : re-evaluating alcohol research and treatment for the 21st century 2008 Salisbury . YOU’RE NOT LISTENING TO ME ! communication, effectiveness & appropriate delivery 2007 Glasgow . ALCOHOL, THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM evidence, ignorance and ignoring the evidence 2006 Malvern Keynote speaker, Carlo Di Clemente THE X FACTOR : The Search For the Missing Ingredient in Alcohol Treatment 2005 Leicester . . 2004 Caernarfon . PROJECTS MIS-MATCH? The Clash between Drinking Cultures & Service Cultures. 2003 London . BEYOND BRIEF INTERVENTIONS. Delivering 21st Alcohol Interventions 2002 Brighton . BOUNDARIES - Self, Client, Treatment, Profession. 2001 Dumfries Keynote speaker, Bill Miller ALCOHOL SERVICES IN DENIAL. The Perils of Ignoring the Spiritual Dimensions of Our Work 1994-2000 topics covered We invite NDSAG members past and present to add to the blog with comments and memories of these conferences. You can do so, by emailing contacts@ndsag.org
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NDSAG is not able to give help and advice to individuals regarding drink problems. If you require help of this nature Alcohol Concern has a list of agencies in your area that can help. Click to contact New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (Registered Charity No: 281398)
History of New Directions 1976 to 2015
Previous conferences  2017 Weston Super Mare ALCOHOL    ANONYMITY Still the nation’s favourite drug? 2016 Bradford   FEAD videos Not all alcohol problems are dose related 2015 London   FEAD videos ADDICTED TO RECOVERY? New Paradigms or Recycled Discourses? 2014 Dundee   FEAD videos MADE IN SCOTLAND ... Learning lessons from Scotland’s independent approach to tackling alcohol problems 2013 Birmingham   FEAD videos ALCOHOL SPILLS OVER ... Alcohol and the family and other neglected issues Keynote speakers, Jim Orford, Alex Copello, Richard Velleman 2012 Llandrindod Wells   FEAD videos NEW DIRECTIONS AND MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING 21 years of experience and the future for motivational interviewing. Keynote speaker, Steve Rollnick 2011 Lancaster . BIG DRINKING AND THE BIG SOCIETY Inequality and alcohol problems: are we really all in this together? 2010 Norwich . DOING MORE WITH LESS : developing higher strength alcohol services in the hangover from the credit crunch 2009 Belfast . ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS IN THE RIGHT WAY : re-evaluating alcohol research and treatment for the 21st century 2008 Salisbury . YOU’RE NOT LISTENING TO ME ! communication, effectiveness & appropriate delivery 2007 Glasgow . ALCOHOL, THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM evidence, ignorance and ignoring the evidence 2006 Malvern Keynote speaker, Carlo Di Clemente THE X FACTOR : The Search For the Missing Ingredient in Alcohol Treatment 2005 Leicester . . 2004 Caernarfon . PROJECTS MIS-MATCH? The Clash between Drinking Cultures & Service Cultures. 2003 London . BEYOND BRIEF INTERVENTIONS. Delivering 21st Alcohol Interventions 2002 Brighton . BOUNDARIES - Self, Client, Treatment, Profession. 2001 Dumfries Keynote speaker, Bill Miller ALCOHOL SERVICES IN DENIAL. The Perils of Ignoring the Spiritual Dimensions of Our Work 1994-2000 topics covered We invite NDSAG members past and present to add to the blog with comments and memories of these conferences. You can do so, by emailing contacts@ndsag.org
NDSAG is not able to give help and advice to individuals about drink problems. If you require help of this nature Alcohol Concern has a list of agencies in your area that can help. Click to contact New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group (Registered Charity No: 281398)