NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania’s Annual
Child, Adolescent, and Transition Age Youth
Mental Health Conference
The pandemic has left young people feeling higher levels of stress and anxiety. But the impact varies depending on background, experience, and whether a young person has a history of trauma. This conference will examine the intersection between the pandemic and complex trauma, and the role trauma plays in rising suicide rates among marginalized youth.
The conference is geared toward parents, caregivers, mental health professionals, educators, and students. The schedule includes two keynote presentations, a panel discussion, breakout sessions, and virtual exhibitor time. Continuing Education Credits and Act 48 hours are available.
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