Benjamin Seymour, CADC, CIP, CTP is a nationally recognized interventionist, counselor, author, and public speaker. He has served as the founder and CEO of several successful treatment centers and is well versed in co-occurring disorders, recovery outcomes, and treating professionals in the field of addiction treatment. With 20 years of experience in counseling and interventions, Ben brings a diverse background and perspective those he serves. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, on television, and throughout various media venues to share his experience as an addiction professional. Prior to his passing, John Southworth asked Ben to serve as his successor and continue the mission of Southworth Associates International. In addition to being the Director at Southworth International, Ben is the program coordinator for the Physicians Recovery Network, Program for Recovering Nurse, Pharmacist, and Lawyer Diversion Programs in the State of Idaho. Ben is a Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor, Certified Trauma Professional, and a Certified Intervention Professional. Ben is also an adjunct professor for the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine where he teaches addiction studies to physicians.
  • A very hopeful, healing and transformative experience!

  • We find the leaders in our field at WCSAD.

  • The best conference in my 30+ years in the field.

  • WCSAD is the only national addiction conference we exhibit at annually because it meets all of our objectives – more awareness, lead generation and networking.

  • A Disneyland of information, empowering us to improve our common goal in the field of addiction disorders.

  • As a first-time exhibitor and sponsor, our team enjoyed maintaining and securing new connections while having fun.

  • Intimate clinically-driven, great conference.

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