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MIMH preps for first of its kind Trauma Conference

MIMH preps for first of its kind Trauma Conference

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December/01/2015 | by Dan Musgrave

The Missouri Institute of Mental Health is excited to announce our first ever conference on Traumatic Stress: New Mechanisms and Effective Treatment, coming to St. Louis on March 9 & 10, 2016.

This conference will feature a list of internationally recognized trauma researchers gathered to share with you the latest information on both the physical and behavioral manifestations of trauma.  This information is critical to providing good care, and the latest treatment approaches will be an integral part of this discussion.

If you are involved in research or work with people who have experienced trauma, this is a conference you don’t want to miss.

For more information and to register for the program, go to the websiteExhibitor and sponsor opportunities are also available!

 

 

 

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