|The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry invites you to attend a free patient and family education symposium Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Education Day.
This free event will provide an opportunity for people with substance use disorders, their family, friends, clinicians, and others to learn about substance use disorders and become actively involved in the treatment and recovery of someone they care about.
This exciting event will offer an update on new research findings and important clinical topics for parents, their family, friends, and others. The morning will feature various topics such as; Obsessive Compulsive, Mood, and Substance Use. We will also discuss Learning Disabilities and Working with Schools, as well as, Behavioral Interventions for Children with Food Allergies.
In the afternoon, our discussions will focus on; Parenting Children with Anxiety and Personality Disorders, Launching Transitional Age Youth, a Family Discussion and Resiliency Training for Youth.
We will offer interactive panel discussions throughout the day that include our presenting faculty and a parent panel. These times will give patients and families an opportunity to offer comments and ask questions.
This program is made possible through the generosity of the Joan and Leonard Engle Family Foundation.
- Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry
- The Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy
Target Audience: This free educational program is designed exclusively for patients, families, friends, and their clinicians.
This program is not offered for continuing education credit
Obsessive compulsive behavior
- Substance use
- Learning disabilities
- Working with schools
- Behavioral interventions for children with food allergies
- Parenting children with anxiety and personality disorders
- Resiliency training for youth
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
9:45 am – 4:00 pm, with check-in from 9:00 am – 9:45 am
Complimentary coffee, tea, and lunch will be served.
The Starr Center Auditorium
Charles River Plaza, 185 Cambridge Street, 2nd floor
Boston, MA, 02114
The Starr Center Auditorium is located on the 2nd floor in the Schepens Eye Research Institute. Look for the Richard B. Simches Research Center building located in the Charles River Plaza next to Whole Foods.
The program is offered at no charge for patients and their families.
Transportation and Parking: Parking will not be discounted or validated.
Because of the hospital’s close proximity to the Charles/Mass General Red Line Station, the use of public transportation for this event is highly recommended.
Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. To learn more about the program and register, click here or call 866-644-7792.
For more information about the patient and family education series, visit www.mghpatientfamily.org.