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Mental Health America of Southwestern PA’s conference, Finding Balance: Interventions for Modern Problems aims to educate attendees about pressing issues regarding the current state of mental health and substance use in our region, as well as the innovative and effective approaches to these topics. Conference speakers and workshop discussions will not only shed light on the current state of affairs and evidence-based practices, but will also provide an interactive forum and an opportunity for open discussion with stakeholders from across the continuum of care.
This year’s conference will feature a variety of topics relevant to the behavioral health and substance use disorder treatment fields. Topics such as trauma, substance use, movement, mental wellness, ethics, and recovery will be discussed.
Continuing Education Credits
At this time Finding Balance: Interventions for Modern Problems conference has been approved for the following Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).
Pennsylvania Certification Board
Community Care will award 5.5 hours of PCB-approved hours of education for participants attending the conference. Our program is certified by the Pennsylvania Certification Board, Provider #414.
This program is offered for 5.5 hours of social work continuing education through the co-sponsorship of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work, a Council on Social Work Education accredited and Pennsylvania pre-approved continuing education provider for LSW, LCSW, LPC, and LMFT. Those attending from other states should check with their social work boards on acceptance of, or number for, continuing education through CSWE-accredited.