2016 Navigating the World Of Addiction Event




Dr. Doug Weiss is a Licensed Psychologist and the Executive Director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is also the President of the American Association for Sex Addiction Therapy (AASAT). As Executive Director, Dr. Weiss maintains a number of counselors, support groups, and 3 and 5 day intensive workshops. He is a frequent guest for national television, radio and print media and a prolific writer on marriage, addiction and self help topics pertaining to intimacy in marriage, single hood, men’s and women’s issues, and recovery from addiction. He has  been free from sexual addiction for over 20 years and is using what he know to help you find and walk in freedom for the rest of your life.


Keynote Spevance-johnsonaker:  Vance Johnson, former wide receiver for the Denver Broncos who appeared in three Super Bowls.  Following his 10-year career, Vance began to struggle with alcoholism, which ultimately led to a 26-day alcohol-induced coma that almost took his life.  Since completing treatment for alcohol and domestic abuse, Vance has turned his focus to helping others in the same situation! 

Lifted From the Rut partners with the Denver Dream Center to bless thousands of children…….

Event Details:

Topics:  Recovery Resources, Signs of Addiction, Addiction Cycles, Testimonies, Q&A Sessions, Panel Discussion

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Hosting site: 

Waterstone Community Church

5890 South Alkire Street  Littleton, CO 80127

The event will consist of two sections: 

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM   Six (6) CE credits available*.  Make sure to register for the event   *(See CE note at bottom of page)

Will be for Professionals involved in the Addiction Field and for Pastors, Educators and First Responders that witness addiction on the front lines.  Event will consist of break-out sessions, panel discussions, networking, and presentations.  Make sure to bring as many people on your staff as possible to receive the great training on how to Navigate The World of Addiction and how to properly help those coming to you for help.

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM    Refreshments will be sold during the evening session.

Will be for the General Public to come learn about Recovery Resources, Signs of Addiction, Addiction Cycles, Testimonies, Q&A Sessions, and Panel Discussions

The Main Speaker who will be doing the bulk of the training will be Cali Estes of The Addictions Academy (Cali Estes, PHD., MCAP, MAC, ICADC    www.TheAddictionsAcademy.com). 

Rob Lohman of Lifted From The Rut (Rob Lohman, MBA, NCRC-1, NCIP  www.LiftedFromTheRut.com) will also be sharing his experience, strength and hope regarding his own journey with addiction and how he is now helping others find freedom from addiction. 

Definitely an event you won’t want to miss!

Sponsorships are available.  Please email rob@liftedfromtherut.com to receive Sponsorship Packages OR Click here Sponsorship Packages…..

Click the following link download the flyer and put it up at your office or anywhere you see fit.  Revised Final Flyer Download

We are expecting a big turnout for the daytime sessions based on a combined network of Pastors, Educators, First Responders and Addiction Professionals….and from the Sponsors getting the word out, especially for the evening session. 

Register Here     Six (6) CEUs available.  Make sure to register for the event

*We are offering Continuing Education Units for all Drug and Alcohol Counselors that may need CE Units. These are through CE Broker and will transfer by state. They will be provided within 4 weeks after the course by a  PDF document you can print and mail in with your certifications. This are NOT for Doctors, Licensed mental health, Nursing, EMT, PD, Firefighters, Attorneys.    Sincerely, Cali Estes with The Addictions Academy


Rob Lohman



Lifted From the Rut

Founder and Chief Motivator

Professional Intervention and Recovery Coaching Services

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