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16th - 20th
Addressing the Psychological Health of Warriors and Their Families
The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) is pleased to offer a five-day training opportunity. This training is designed for non-military licensed mental health providers who treat military personnel, veterans and their families or plan to treat them in the near future. This one-week course provides training on deployment-spectrum behavioral health concerns facing the military population.  Cost of training:  $95 Registration fee includes:  All materials and CE Credits (more than 30 are available)
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Allen Readiness Center · Papago Park Military Reservation · Phoenix



The Arizona Psychological Association - Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychology Committee presents  Making the Unconscious Conscious: Clinical Context, Technical Procedures, Empirical Evidence, and Ethical Considerations Emphasizing both Classical Freudian and more Contemporary Psychoanalytic Perspectives
The presenters will discuss Freud’s original concept of the unconscious (Ucs.) mind and it’s impact on psychological and emotional functioning. The development of Freud’s original concept of the unconscious will be examined, followed with the evolution of the concept of the unconscious mind from more contemporary viewpoints then being discussed. Lastly, empirical evidence for the support of the existence of the Ucs. along with guidelines for psychotherapeutic intervention. Technical procedures emanating from theoretical constructs will then be emphasized with regard to making the unconscious conscious (Cs.). Ethical dilemmas pertaining to timing, accuracy/validity, and comprehensiveness to receive interpretations will be explored. Further, ethical considerations related to which types of patients are best suited for analytically informed treatment will be explored.
Presented by: Vaughn Tsoutsouris, Psy.D., David Blackstone, LCSW, and Lisa Fischer, Ph.D.
Dr. Felix Salomon's Office · 7111 North 7th Street · Phoenix


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 or call 602.904.1282

22nd & 23rd 
Statewide Symposium in Support of Service Members, Veterans & Their Families
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

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


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