STI 2014 • May 29-30
The Missouri Department of Mental Health’s Spring Training Institute brings professionals together in the fields of substance abuse, mental illness and developmental disabilities to share evidence-based practices. This will be two full days of presentations and workshops with over 60 separate sessions that will broaden your knowledge and enhance the understanding of the critical services provided to the citizens of Missouri.
This conference continues to be one of the outstanding values in professional education.
Sessions will be grouped into subject matter tracks: Children, Youth and Families; Wellness; Co-occurring Disorders; Criminal Justice; Emerging Trends; Substance Abuse; Program Models; Missouri Initiatives; Treating the Whole Person; Ethics; Behavioral Health; and Trauma.
Who Should Attend?
If you are in any way connected to the mental illness, recovery or developmental disabilities fields, you are likely to find something of value in this conference, especially if you need Continuing Education credit. Physicans, Counselors, Social Workers, Case Managers, Nurses, Psychologists, Mental Health Managers, QMRPs, QMHPs, Aides, Administrators, Corrections workers, Vocational Rehabilitation, Veterans Administration, public sector or private practice–there should be something here for you.