Still Time to Register for Pathways to Wellness Conference!
By Amy Perry | April 26, 2018 | Home
The conference is fast approaching,
but there’s still time to register!
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
8:30 am – 4:15 pm
at Champlain College Conference and Event Center, Burlington
We have a day packed with timely and informative workshops, inspirational keynote speakers, and the opportunity to network with peers, advocates, family members and mental health professionals.
$80 per person | $45 for NAMI members
Does your organization have a group interested in attending? Take advantage of our discounted rate for Groups of 10 or more at $60 per person.
Our conference is also approved for CEU hours for Social Workers and LCMHCs at an additional cost of $10.
- Chittenden County Community Outreach Initiative
- Intentional Peer Support
- Lessons From the Field: An Eldercare Clinician’s Perspective Working With Some of the State’s Most Vulnerable Adults
- Housing Retention Panel: Helping Those at Risk for Homelessness
- Creating a Healing Environment: Moving Towards the Elimination of Restraint & Seclusion at CVMC by Redefining its Meaning & Transforming our Culture and Ourselves
- Finding Hope Through Support
Click here to read more about the workshops and the presenters.
Thanks to our sponsors UVM Medical Center, Rutland Regional Medical Center, NorthCountry Federal Credit Union, and Brattleboro Retreat, along with a grant from Vermont Department of Mental Health, we are able to bring these two amazing keynote speakers to our conference:
- Ron Powers is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author who will discuss the social history of mental illness in America while sharing the deeply personal story of his two sons’ battles with schizophrenia.
- Ronald Braunstein is the Co-Founder and Music Director of the Me2/Orchestras, who will talk about his vision for the world’s only classical music organization for people with mental illnesses and those who support them.
We hope you will join us at this year’s conference.
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