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The North Central Indiana Mental Health Summit 2018 will focus on the relationship between trauma and psychological signs, symptoms, and disorders. Topics surround specific groups affected by trauma and its sequelae, including transgender individuals, incarcerated people and those with addiction.
Medical, pharmacy, psychology, and counseling professionals; law enforcement and corrections officers; teachers, and students of all these professions will enhance their knowledge by attending this conference.
Morning Breakout - Please select one.
- "Transgender Session A - Listening to Dysphoria" Presenters: Kelly Donahue, PhD, Dennis Fortenberry, MD, and Eric Meininger, MD, Riley Hospital Gender Health Team
- "Child Safety in an Electronic World" Presenter: Marc Rogers, PhD, Computer and Information Technology Department, Purdue University
- "Play Therapy For Healing" Presenter: Rebecca Peters, MS, LMHC, Inner Strength Counseling
Afternoon Breakout - Please select one.
- "Transgender Session B - Outcomes of Gender Affirming Care" Presenters: Kelly Donahue, PhD, Dennis Fortenberry, MD, and Eric Meininger, MD, Riley Hospital Gender Health Team
- "Addictions Treatment" Presenter: Nick Piotrowski, MD, Wabash Valley Alliance
- "CIT Approaches to Clients" Presenter: Sgt. John A. Yestrebsky, Training Coordinator/Master Instructor, Lafayette Police Department
PLEASE SELECT YOUR BREAKOUT SESSIONS PREFERENCE BY NOTING YOUR CHOICES IN THE "COMMENTS" BOX ON THE SUMMIT REGISTRATION/PAYMENT PAGE.
Light breakfast and lunch are included
Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018
Double Tree by Hilton, 155 Progressive Dr., Lafayette, IN 47905
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Seating is limited!
Cost: $35 - -register online
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