About this guide
The Symposium will cover a variety of topics, including brain-based interventions; pharmacology and neurology; specific interventions in trauma and grief/loss; working with specific populations such as military, LGBTQ+ individuals, immigrants and refugees, and individuals with multiple diverse identities; and professional development such as networking, communication, research and publishing, and advocacy.
Up to 11 NBCC continuing education hours are available for attending the full conference (up to 8 clock hours for Thursday and up to 3 clock hours for Friday).
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