25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Call for Presentation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / POSTING

Approximately 600 professionals are expected to attend this fall’s 25th annual 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/or share this information.

The 25th annual conference on Critical Issues Facing Children & Adolescents is now accepting proposals for presentationsthis fall in Salt Lake City. 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 focused on 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. Faculty who can offer follow-up consultation opportunities related to these practices are especially encouraged to submit proposal(s) although this is not a requirement. All submissions will be reviewed by the multi-disciplinary planning committee. 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 WEDNESDAY, MAY 26th. Applicants will be notified of the committee’s decisions in July. We will hope you and/or your colleagues will join us for what promises to be another exciting and valuable year for the 600 health and mental health professionals expected to attend. Your support and consideration of this invitation is a critical part of this program as we try to meet the needs of the target audience.

PROGRAM FOUNDERS: HUNTSMAN MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE, FORMERLY

THE UNIVERSITY NEUROPSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE
PARTNERS: YOUTH CARE & WILLOW SPRINGS CENTER

QUESTIONS? Contact ESI MANAGEMENT GROUP, Event Coordinators

801-501-9446 / 866-501-9446 / https://esimgt.com

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