The Menninger Clinic, along with co-sponsor Baylor College of Medicine, announces the opening of registration for the Third Annual John M. Oldham National Mental Health Symposium, the theme of which will be emotion dysregulation and regulation.
By examining the biological, psychological and interpersonal underpinnings in the development of emotion regulation and dysregulation, participants will enhance their ability to assess disturbance in emotion regulation in multiple patient populations. Exploring neuroimaging research related to stress response and resilience, and recent clinical studies related to effectiveness of targeted therapeutic strategies, will help participants expand their ability to identify, differentiate and utilize effective therapeutic approaches that promote emotion regulation.
The symposium's distinguished faculty includes:
James Gross, PhD, Stanford University
Jon-Kar Zubieta, MD, PhD, University of Utah Health Science Center
Jude Cassidy, PhD, University of Maryland
J. Christopher Fowler, PhD, The Menninger Clinic
Philip Shaw, PhD, National Institutes of Health
Susan J. Hardesty, MD, The Menninger Clinic
Alan F. Schatzberg, MD, Stanford University
Jon G. Allen, PhD, The Menninger Clinic
Leslie Greenberg, PhD, York University
Judson Brewer, MD, PhD, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Seven and a quarter (7.25) Contact/Credit/Clock hours have been designated by The Menninger Clinic for the following disciplines: physicians, registered nurses, psychologists, social workers, licensed professional counselors and addiction professionals.
Registration is now open
. The cost for the day-long event is $190 for professionals and $90 for students. Continental breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included in the fee.
The symposium will be held Friday, April 15, at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square Hotel.