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Call for Speakers

Arizona State University’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy is currently seeking speakers with knowledge in the integrated behavioral health arena for the 15th Annual Indian Health Services Conference. This year’s conference theme is “Building Healthy and Safe Communities”, and the three-day conference will be held at the ASU West Campus on May 15-17, 2018.

CABHP is accepting speaker and topic proposals for this year’s conference from now until March 9th.  

Share your expertise and knowledge with peers, shine a light on a topic relevant to this community, and make new professional connections within native health and behavioral health communities.

All speakers are asked to provide presentations that showcase the latest methods and practices related to building healthy and safe communities with regard to native populations in Arizona. 

As a potential speaker at the 2018 IHS Conference, please provide the following for review:

  • Title of Workshop
  • Course Description
  • Learning Objectives
  • Target Audience
  • Short Biography

Suggested topics include: Trauma Informed Care, Historical Trauma, Cultural Competency, LGBTQ population, TIC best practices, ACES Scores, Addiction, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Matrix Model reboot, Co-occurring, Mental Health/Social Service, FASD, Suicide Prevention/Intervention/Postvention, Child Protection, Bullying- in person, cyber, social media, Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety & Depression, & Ethics. 

Please submit proposals to cabhp@asu.edu.