Introducing Keynote Speakers for This Year’s Pathways to Wellness Conference

By Amy Perry  |  April 11, 2019  |  Home

Join Us for This Year’s Conference!

At NAMI Vermont’s Pathways to Wellness Conference on Wednesday, May 15, we welcome two inspirational keynote speakers:

Dr. Martha B. Straus, PhD, is a professor in the Clinical Psychology Department at Antioch University New England Graduate School in Keene, NH, and is an adjunct instructor in psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. She maintains a small private practice in Brattleboro, VT. Dr. Straus is an international trainer and speaker on topics related to child, adolescent, and family development, attachment, trauma and therapy. She is the author of numerous articles and five books, including most recently, Treating Trauma in Adolescents: Development, Attachment, and the Therapeutic Relationship.

Dr. Steve Taubman is a bestselling author, physician, magician, hypnotist, and mindfulness coach. His bestselling book, UnHypnosis, and his newest book, Buddha in the Trenches, both teach tools based on ancient wisdom, positive psychology and the neuroscience of happiness. As a motivational speaker, Steve has shared entertaining insights and a unique perspective to many different crowds, from sales professionals to top celebrities. Steve currently resides in Vermont.

 

Register today!
NAMI Vermont’s Pathways to Wellness Conference!
Wednesday, May 15
8:30 am – 4:15 pm
Registration begins at 8 am

Fee (Includes lunch):
NAMI VT Members $45  |  Non-Members $80  |  Groups of 10+ $60 per person

Full and partial scholarships available. This conference will be approved for CEUs for LCMHCs and Social Workers with additional $10 fee.

To learn more about the conference, read about our workshops, and register for the event, please click here.

Thanks to our sponsors: The University of Vermont Medical Center, NorthCountry Federal Credit Union, Brattleboro Retreat, Washington County Mental Health Services, Averte and made possible in part by a grant from Vermont Department of Mental Health.

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