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ISEPP Conference to Focus on Children and Adolescents

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This November, the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry will host its 16th Annual Conference in Greensboro, NC. This year's focus is "Rethinking Mental Health Care for Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based and Experience-Based Alternatives to the Medical Model."

16th Annual Conference for the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry

November 1-3, 2013
Greensboro, North Carolina

For more information, including how to register, visit http://www.psychrightsorg.

Speakers


Robert Whitaker, author of Anatomy of an Epidemic and Mad in America

Bruce Levine PhD, author of Surviving America's Depression Epidemic: How to Find Morale, Energy and Community in a World Gone Crazy

Giovan Bazan, psychiatric survivor and advocate for youth in foster care and juvenile justice custody.

Dawn O'Malley PsyD, expert on the effects of trauma and neglect on developing brain as well as fellow of the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, Texas.

Christina Dickinson CACII, Sensorimotor Psycho-therapy Institute trainer on healing developmental and life-threatening trauma.

John Rosemond, co-author (with Bose Ravenel) of The Diseasing of America's Children: Exposing the ADHD Fiasco and Empowering Parents to Take Back Control

Bose Ravenel MD, pediatrician who practices integrative medicine with children, adolescents and their families.

Joan I. Rosenberg PhD, psychotherapist who integrates neuroscience with psychotherapy.

And more!

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