It is an honour to be able to announce the 15th European Conference of Therapeutic Communities which will take place in the Mediterranean city of Malaga, Spain, from 11th to 14th of March 2015, organized by Proyecto Hombre Association (www.proyectohombre.es) and the European Federation of Therapeutic Communities (www.eftc-europe.com).
THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES: PROMOTING AN INTEGRATED MODEL, is the title of this 15th initiative which pursues a better understanding of addiction and recovery through:
presenting evidence based practices in therapeutic community treatment;
exploring creativity, employability and education within the therapeutic community;
and focusing on the most vulnerable and marginalised groups of misusers.
A large number of renowned national and international experts have been invited.
REGISTRATION, ACCOMODATION AND FURTHER INFORMATION:
Please visit http://eftc-congressmalaga2015.com/en or contact the Conference Secretariat by telephone: 0034-913571684 or by E-mail: [log in to unmask]
REGISTRATION FEE: The registration fee for the whole conference, including lunches, coffee breaks and the 11th social welcoming is 100€ (including Thursday gala dinner: 140€).
SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS: Deadline 30th November 2014. You will find the Abstract Form and the guidelines for submission in the following link:
For any questions or guidance please contact:
Mr. Rowdy Yates, Chair of Scientific Committee: [log in to unmask] or
Mr. Oriol Esculies (for Spanish speakers) to [log in to unmask]
We are looking forward to meeting with you in Malaga next spring.
P. R. Yates
European Federation of Therapeutic Communities (EFTC)
Senior Research Fellow
Scottish Addiction Studies
School of Applied Social Science
University of Stirling
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