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2015

   

 APRIL

   
 

8th
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Link n' Learn Luncheon  Internet Addiction Seminar

  • What: "Unplug & Get Connected": A free Lunch n 'Learn presentation for mental health professionals who work with young people, parents, teens, and young adults.
  • Who: Dr. Hilarie Cash, one of the nation's leading experts on technology addiction, shares her knowledge, experience and guidance in the areas of excessive Internet and gaming, use in our society.
  • Where: Life Development Institute, 18001 N. 79th Avenue #E71, Glendale, AZ 85308

Featuring Dr. Hilarie Cash.  Dr. Cash is co-founder and executive director of reSTART Life, LLC, the first retreat center devoted exclusively to video game and Internet addiction in the US. She and Kim McDaniel co-authored Video Games and Your Kids: How Parents Stay in Control (2008).She travels around the globe presenting on this topic.

Free Register Today at DiscoverLDI.com/LunchnLearn or call 602.904.1282

 
 
18th
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Arizona Neuropsychological Society 2015 Spring Conference: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome & Medical Marijuana  

 Just in time for Licensure Renewal (April 30th), AzNS will be offering our first mini-conference of the year where members can earn 4 CE credits. Conference registration is FREE for members.

Non-members may attend the conference for $45 (students $20), which will also cover dues for 2015. You may apply for membership and pay your dues online now, mail the the registration fee to Jamee Nicoletti, at the address below (memo line: Conference Registration), or pay at the door. Please RSVP/register for the conference by emailing our assistant, Amanda Kucera, (amandakucera@gmail.com) by April 15st.

Banner Desert Hospital Rosati Education Center  · 1400 S. Dobson Rd.  ·  Mesa Az 85202 

 
 
22nd & 23rd 
Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families
www.ArizonaCoalition.org/symposium
2 days of programming, 6 tracks, 30 breakout sessions - all focused on increasing knowledge,
skills & abilities for providing care and support to the military, veteran and family population.
ŸNetworking with representatives from the military, government & community. Exhibitor fair with programs and resources to assist service members, veterans & families, including
a new pop-up presentation format. 9.5category one CE credits available.
Desert Willow Conference Center  ·  4340 E. Cotton Center Blvd · Phoenix 85040
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MAY

   
 

1st
10th Annual Barrow Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium will take place at St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center. For additional information, visit www.thebarrow.org or call (602) 406-3067

 

 
  2nd 
9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Overview of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Services

This presentation will give an overview of the services provided at West Yavapai Guidance Clinics (WYGC) and its Psychiatric Hospital. The presenter will outline the outpatient services, the inpatient and residential services of WYGC, provide information on how WYGC has set in place the implementation of integrated care, intensive outpatient services, and community crisis services.  The training will provide information on the types of therapies utilized by therapists in each of these elements of treatment.

Presented by: Granite Mountain Psychological Society & Janet Rosenberg, Ph.D., LMFT, LISAC Note: There are no CEs available for attendance

Prescott College  · 228 Grove Ave · Prescott


 
  22nd 
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Family Recovery and Healing Strategies: Moving Past the Damage

http://www.sierratucson-greenmail.com/online/?c=2&m=1097&u=1&h=2122412930

This is an introductory presentation. Attendees are behavioral healthcare professionals in private practice. When someone is affected by mental illness or addiction, it can affect the entire family. When that person enters treatment, the family's pain and confusion doesn't just go away. Family members need a way to move past the damage that has occurred all while strengthening the ties that hold it together.This presentation will address how to re-story the family script to include healthy patterns of communication, boundaries, and self care. The speakers will also discuss family recovery and healing strategies that will provide clinicians with strategies to address these needs and to assist families in their own process of self-exploration and growth.

Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes  · 2000 Westcourt Way  · Tempe

 
 

SEPTEMBER

   
  12th
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Addiction Self-Help Options
This program will discuss the history of the addiction self help movement, the efficacy of addiction self help programs and describe multiple self-help options. Client selection for various self-help programs will be explained. Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to make better choices for referrals to the program of ‘best fit.

Presented by: Granite Mountain Psychological Society & Guy C. Lamunyon, MSN, RN, CAS

Prescott College  · 228 Grove Ave · Prescott


 
 

OCTOBER

   
  2nd
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Ethics

Presented by: Granite Mountain Psychological Society & Keith Cross, Ph.D.

Prescott College  · 228 Grove Ave · Prescott

 
 

NOVEMBER

   
  7th
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Psychiatric Drugs and Potential Problems

Presented by: Granite Mountain Psychological Society & Grace Jackson, M.D.

Prescott College  · 228 Grove Ave · Prescott

 
 

DECEMBER

   
   4th
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Depression in Children and Adolescents

Presented by: Granite Mountain Psychological Society & Grace Jackson, M.D.

Prescott College  · 228 Grove Ave · Prescott

 

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