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 4th - 5th
AzAMFT Spring Conference 2014
When Sex Gets Complicated: Infidelity, Technology & Pornography
For Registration and additional information visit: (click on conference info)
13 Category 1 continuing education credits available
Crowne Plaza Phoenix ·2532 W. Peoria Ave. · Phoenix


Treatment of PTSD, Complex PTSD, and Comorbid Disorders: Ways to Bolster Resilience
Presentation by Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D., one of the founders of CBT. Dr. Meichenbaum will discuss "evidence-based" therapies for treating traumatized individuals and demonstrate what "expert" psychotherapists do that lead to positive treatment outcomes. This presentation will provide 6.5 CE's, breakfast, lunch, and snacks.. Visit website for more details and to register, Space is limited.
Arizona Inn · 2200 E. Elm Street. · Tucson

22nd - 26th
MMPI Workshops & 49th Annual Symposium
This program offers two or three full-day tracks from which to choose, as well as a two-day symposium on recent MMPI research. Earn up to 29 Continuing Education credits. Early registration is available through March 15! Visit: for a complete schedule and details on each session's learning objectives.
Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas · Scottsdale


Psychotherapy Orientation and Actual Practice: What We Do, Why We Do It; Our Certainties and Doubts. Psychologists Share, Listen To, and Learn From Each Other.
Andrea Chambers-Hekler, Ph.D.(Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy); Felix Salomon, Ph.D. (Psychoanalytic Therapy); and Bruce Allen, Ph.D. (Client-Centered Therapy) will each present (a) their understanding of the theory and practice, (b) a recording of their work, and (c) their understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of their approach.  The intent of the presentations is to encourage participants to reflect on their own beliefs and practice and share these in an informal, nonadversarial setting.
6 Continuing education credits available
Bill Wilson Hall · 2770 East Van Buren Street
· Phoenix



Register now for the 13th Annual Women's Mental Health Symposium

Take advantage of our early bird rates from $39 to $99, now through March 14
As of March 15th, regular tuition rate is $125. Students and medical residents may register for $50.

This one-day event is accredited by the AzNA for 6.50 contact hours and will take place on Friday, May 9, 2014 at the Westin La Paloma from 8:00a.m.-4:45p.m.  The symposium will feature a new track that focuses on pediatric mental health in the context of women and families.  Tuition includes all lectures, presentations on a USB flash drive, continuing education credits, continental breakfast and lunch specially prepared by the Westin La Paloma.

Keynote Speaker
Charles Raison, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Integrative Mental Health at the University of Arizona will present, “Coming to Our Senses: Rethinking Depression in Women and Children.” Dr. Raison’s visionary work focuses on harnessing scientific understanding of the mind and body to enable happiness and health. He studies novel interventions for mental health. An engaging presenter, he is the mental health expert for CNNhealth.

Visit for a complete schedule of topics and speakers, and to register online.

The Therapeutic Alliance: Helping Clients Achieve Lifelong Success
Dr. Herschman will provide information that will provide attendees tools to help focus on improving the therapeutic alliance, thus encouraging the therapist to enhance their client-directed treatment practices. Attendees will gain a greater emphasis on evidence-based practices that will affirm the current work they are doing with their clients. Dr. Herschman will connect the dots related to therapeutic modalitites and the use of pharmaceuticals as part of the treatment plan. Lastly, this presentation will encourage your awareness of making sure your clients have ongoing, active roadmaps that will enhance their treatment. 
The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort · 7677 North 16th Street
· Phoenix



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