Yes. All graduate students, psychiatric residents, pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows, and clinicians in their first five years of practice and pre-licensed professionals are welcome to attend.
The content presented in our Student and Early Career Professional workshop is identical to our Core workshop (CBT for Depression & Suicide). The Student and Early Career Professional workshop is different in that it is only open to graduate students, psychiatric residents, pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows in a mental health or related field (health, education, etc.), or clinicians in their first five years of practice and pre-licensed professionals. Additionally, this workshop does not provide CEs and the cost is significantly discounted to accommodate students.
A continental breakfast, refreshments, and light snacks will be available throughout the workshop. Lunch will not be provided as part of the workshop. However, the Marriott has a restaurant and there are several eateries available within walking distance of the hotel.
Yes. For your convenience, we have reserved rooms at the Courtyard Marriott hotel (where the workshop will be taking place). They are offering a reduced rate for participants of this workshop. To take advantage, please use this link to book your room by midnight on Saturday, July 6th.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about internship or volunteer opportunities. We do not offer pre- or post-doctoral internships at this time.
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