The Mormon Mental Health Association (MMHA) is holding its 4th Annual Conference on Thursday evening, July 27, 2017 at the University of Utah Student Union in Salt Lake City. The Annual Conference averages 75-100 conference attendees who are interested in mental health issues as they relate to the LDS/Mormon community. Registrants are adept in disciplines such as education, counseling, therapy, social work, psychology, sociology, research, nursing, medicine, mediation, advocacy and more.
The conference theme is TBD. As we gather together, we will aim to explore various training opportunities that will continue to address the cultural competency and ethical practice of professionals working within the Mormon population. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Liz Albertsen, president of the Utah Association for Domestic Violence Treatment. Full program schedule will be available in June. Being held in collaboration with the Sunstone Summer Symposium.
Registration for this event is a separate entrance fee from the Sunstone Summer Symposium. Please register for the MMHA conference here. You will need to register separately for the Sunstone Summer Symposium.
I will only be attending the session that I am moderating.