Thursday's sessions will cover the following topics:
- Behavioral Health in ND: Where have we been and where are we going?
- Psychological Responses to Violence, Oppression, and Microaggressions Against LGBTQ Populations.
- Indigenous Communities Working towards Healing.
- Addressing the Moral Wounds of Service: A Combat Trauma Treatment Model and Potential Applications for our Community’s First Responders.
- Play Therapy with Children Impacted by Trauma: Facilitating Healing through Narrative.
- Panel Discussion: Bridging Behavioral Health Gaps through Collaboration.
Friday's sessions, presented by David A. Rogers, Ph.D., will include:
- A Call to Care, A Call to Action: The 411 for Psychologists Dealing with the 911 of the Law Enforcement/First Responder Communities.
- Law Enforcement Suicide and Career Crises: What to Look For/What to Do.
- Practical Applications in Providing Competent and Coordinated Behavioral Health Care in and Involving Law Enforcement Incidents.
For a full conference schedule, click here.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the DoubleTree Inn for NDPA Conference Attendees. Please contact the hotel directly at 701-551-0120 to access the special rate of $104. The room block will be available until April 11, 2018.