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16th - 19th
2015 Update on Psychiatry: Continuing a Proud 23 Year Tradition

This four-day live multi-accredited activity continues a 23 year tradition of providing an annual update of current clinical practices and research focusing on psychopharmacology topics and has been organized to meet the needs of practitioners who treat psychiatric disorders.   Special conference room rates are available for $199/night including a waived resort fee, in-room internet, and more.  February offers several fun events such as the Tucson Rodeo and Gem Show, so rooms will fill up quickly. Up to a maximum of 24 contact hours.
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JW Marriott Starr Pass ·  Tucson




3rd Annual Conference on Successful Aging, Finding Balance: Enhancing Physical, Emotional, & Social Well-Being

At this year’s Annual Conference on Successful Aging, UA researchers will discuss how maintaining “balance” in our lives provides a way to enhance our overall quality of life as we age, while staying engaged in activities can help to lower stress and prevent cognitive decline. The conference will focus on providing useful suggestions to promote successful aging and brain health by finding greater balance in our lives. Our experts will review practical ways to incorporate the science of successful aging in daily activities, including the most up-to-date scientific information on ways to enhance physical, emotional, and social well-being. Topics include:

  • How finding “balance” can support our physical, emotional, and social well-being
  • Balance exercises and physical fitness to prevent injuries and cognitive decline
  • Staying mentally fit with cognitive exercises to support brain health
  • How living environments can influence our cognitive health
  • The benefits of volunteerism and staying connected in our communities
  • Finding emotional balance in the face of stressful life events

DoubleTree · Hotel-Reid Park · 445 S. Alvernon Way · Tucson.

6.5 CE credits

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Sierra Tucson - Understanding & Healing Your Pool of Pain
This presentation will explore and examine how unresolved early childhood trauma, and other trauma throughout life, negatively affect our psychology, physiology, and emotional well-being. It will also examine how unhealthy lifestyles are developed through unconscious patterning and ingrained in our neural pathways, and how they can be traced from early family origins and may continue until the end of life. Also, skills and techniques will be discussed to help improve these dysfunctional and unmanageable symptoms; research from such notable leaders as -- Bessel Van Der Kolk, Pia Mellody, Peter Levine, and Joseph LeDoux -- will be cited. 3 Category 1 CEs will be available.
Presenter: Charles Atkinson MA, MSW, LCSW
Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes ·2000 Westcourt Way ·



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)
For complete information visit:

Allen Readiness Center · Papago Park Military Reservation · Phoenix


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