CRITICAL ISSUES FACING CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / POSTING
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
Approximately 600 professionals are expected to attend this October program. If you are interested in a faculty position or if you have colleagues who would like to explore such participation, you are encouraged to submit a proposal and share this information.
is now accepting proposals for presentations at this year’s program on October 16th and 17th at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center. Traditionally, the focus of this program is behavioral health and addiction treatment.
The conference targets professionals who work with youth and families and will feature presentations showcasing current, evidence-based, practice-based and innovative interventions for incorporation into all types of practices working with this population. This program is well-respected as a quality program offering state-of-the -science clinical knowledge and skills as well as hands-on tools to increase the efficacy of clinical care provided to youth (0-18 years) and their families experiencing behavioral health and/or addiction issues. This year the focus will continue to be on interventions along with programs and ideas pertinent to systems of care and imple- mentation of practices which maintain practitioner fidelity to those practices.
All submissions will be reviewed by the multi-disciplinary planning committee charged with developing the conference agenda. The application is simple and the selection process is streamlined. To have the committee review your application(s), it must be submitted on or before FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST. Applicants will be notified of the committee’s decisions in early May.
The program is certain to be exciting, informative and valuable for approximately 600 professionals expected to attend. Your support and consideration of this invitation is an important part of that program. We will hope you and/or your contemporaries will be able to join us!
FOR QUESTIONS, Contact ESI MANAGEMENT GROUP, Event Coordinators
Post Office Box 1734 – Draper, UT 84020 – 801-501-9446
PROGRAM FOUNDERS: UNIVERSITY OF UTAH NEUROPSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE
The Autism Council of Utah is an independent council working to foster collaboration, communication, and learning among families and agencies. Our aim is to enable each person of any age who has autism or a related disorder, and their families, to have access to resources and responsible information. The Council will accomplish this by promoting statewide partnerships to collaborate on special projects, research and training.