The second annual John M. Oldham
National Mental Health Symposium, “The Problem of Trauma – Discovering Resilience,” will feature experts who will present the latest research findings about the ways that severe trauma can affect the brain, the body, the family and the workplace and how to guide those affected by trauma toward resilience and recovery.
Some of the noted speakers and their topics include:
Trauma and Memory – Richard J. McNally, PhD, Harvard University
Trauma and the Health of Populations – Sandro Galea, MD, MPH, DrPH, Boston University School of Public Health
Using Advanced Neuroimaging Techniques to Predict Functional Outcome in Traumatic Brain Injury – Erin D. Bigler, PhD, Brigham Young University
Trauma and the Military – Lt. Col. Christopher G. Ivany, MD, Army Office of the Surgeon General
Plain Old Therapy in the Treatment of Attachment Trauma – Jon G. Allen, PhD, The Menninger Clinic
The symposium will be held May 1 in Sugar Land, Texas, a suburb of Houston. Continuing education credit will be available.
For details and registration information, click here