Registration for Students, NAMI Members, General, and Professionals (CEUs)
If you would benefit from this educational and exciting conference and cannot meet the full expense of the registration fee, please complete this scholarship application and submit by October 1, 2018. The scholarship application form is in pdf format. Please print the form and fill it out by hand. Please send the form to NAMI Utah, Attn: Sue Weaver, 1600 W 2200 S STE 202, West Valley City, UT 84119, or you can scan and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Scholarship Application Form can be found here.
Nominations for NAMI Utah Awards:
If you would like to nominate someone special for the NAMI Utah Outstanding Teacher, Outstanding Facilitator, Outstanding Advocate, or The Vicki Cottrell Commitment Award, here's the Nomination Form.
For CIT Officer of the Year Award:
Salt Lake Community College, Miller Campus
9750 S 300 W, Sandy, UT 84070
Check-in and Registration: 8 am
Continental Breakfast: 8 - 9 am
Keynote: 9 - 10 am
Morning Break-outs: 10:15 - 12:30 pm
Lunch: 12:30 - 12:50 pm
Awards Ceremony & Annual Meeting: 12:50 - 2:00
Afternoon Break-outs: 2:30 - 4:45 pm
Schedule subject to change
Dr. Brian C. Miller, Keynote Speaker. "Stronger in the Broken Places: Foundations of Wellness
"Whether you are experiencing a serious mental illness, or are a family member of someone who is; the foundation of wellness is realizing that it is possible even with symptoms, even with problems, even with an uncertain course. Everyone, as Hemingway said, is broken. But some of us get stronger in the broken places. This presentation will focus on what we know about the foundations for living well with a serious mental illness. Everything changes when we realize that what makes a life of wellness for a person with a mental illness is no different than what makes anyone's life whole. The key is to avoid becoming hypnotized into focusing exclusively on the illness. And isn't that what recovery is all about?"
Break-out Speakers include:
Research: Jon-Kar Zubieta, M.D. PhD, William H. and Edna Stimson Presidential Endowed Chair of Psychiatry, Professor of Psychiatry, Brain and Behavior, University of Utah School of Medicine
Forensics: Dallas Earnshaw, Administrator, Utah State Hospital
Nurtured Heart: Wendy Mair, NAMI Utah
Making the Most of Being a Senior: Pat Wilson, Retired and Senior Volunteers Advisory Council, Salt Lake County
Improved Health Outcomes through Movement: Laura Joesten and Eric Oba, Recreation Therapists, Intermountain Healthcare
NIH/NIMH Research Update: Jackie Rendo, Mentoring Program Director, Criminal Justice Advocate, NAMI Utah
Expressive Therapies within Mental Health, Tony Ollerton, Board Certified Music Therapist
Creating Safety -- Suicide Prevention for Peer Support and Para Professionals: Benèe Larsen, Prevention Specialist, NAMI Utah
NAMI Utah Progression and Basics: Robin Holcomb, Programs Director, NAMI Utah
Voting Access: Sherri Newton, Disability Law Center
2018 Conference Sponsored By:
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