The 2019 conference will bring together practitioners and scholars from around the country to explore Healing and Resilience: Theory, Evidence and Excellence in Clinical Practice.
Co-Sponsored by Human Service Forum
(Use code HSF for special rate of $150)
Social workers and clinicians play a vital role in cultivating healing and resilience. In a society with increased political polarization and growing rates of depression, anxiety, suicide and individual and collective trauma, this work is more important than ever. Join us and learn proven ways to help those we serve to cope with loss, develop grit, foster connection and take an active role in building their own health and happiness.
In addition to multiple breakout sessions the conference will feature a keynote by Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis, associate professor of psychology at Pepperdine University; licensed psychologist; ordained minister and sacred artist. Bryant-Davis will discuss Thriving in the Wake of Trauma: Cultural Considerations.
Continuing Education Credits: 5.5 for social workers* and psychologists. CEs for psychologists are offered through Orlando Behavioral Health**