Don't miss Dr Mouton's presentation 'The Elephant in the Room'

Triora at iCAAD Stockholm 2018

1 February 2018

8:30-17:00, 7A Odenplan, Odengatan 65  Stockholm, Sweden

The addiction must go, the person must stay

The focus of iCAAD’s one-day event in Stockholm, ‘The addiction must go, the person must stay’, is on integrated treatment practices being used internationally today.  International Conferences on Addiction and Associated Disorders (iCAAD) organise professional development opportunities for professionals working in addiction rehabilitation.

Triora at iCAAD Stockholm 2018

The elephant in the room

Triora’s Dr Constant Mouton is presenting at the conference on diagnosing and treating co-occurring conditions in addiction rehabilitation (10:45-11:30).

Dr Mouton will provide up-to date evidence-based facts around psychiatric illness and addiction. Delegate participants will gain knowledge-based skills and insights into the diagnosis and treatment options for psychiatric illness and co-occurring addiction.

Dr Mouton has published several articles on ADHD and addiction. They look at why people with ADHD are at higher risk of developing an addictionhow to recognise ADHD throughout the lifespan and four steps to diagnosing ADHD in addiction.

About Dr Mouton

Dr Mouton is Triora Netherlands’ Psychiatrist and Head of Department. He obtained his medical qualification (MBChB) from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. After gaining experience in the medical field, he specialised in psychiatry at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. 

Dr Mouton now holds a fellowship at the colleges of Psychiatry of South Africa (FCPsychSA) and a Dutch registration as a psychiatrist at the KNMG, and works at Triora recovery clinics in the Netherlands and Spain.

Other topics covered at iCAAD Stockholm

Presentations range from an examination of modern-day addiction and recovery challenges, to the neuroscience of addiction. There is also a workplace track. In Sweden, employers are required to provide addiction rehabilitation. One presentation in the workplace track looks at progressive solutions being implemented in the Swedish workplace. A second reveals how governments can improve care and outcomes, and reduce costs. 

Other iCAAD events in 2018

iCAAD is holding conferences in other European capitals, such as Paris in March, Rome in April and London in May. A full overview of European and international events is provided on the iCAAD website where you can also register. We look forward to meeting you.

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