Experience practical,
evidence-based
mental health
education

 

Built off the reputation and first-rate education offered by Psych Congress

Psych Congress Regionals are designed for mental health and primary care clinicians looking to advance their psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and wellness knowledge in a location near their practice. Each meeting provides networking opportunities with regional colleagues and practical, relevant education clinicians can apply in practice immediately upon their return to the office.

HIGHLIGHTS

For more than five years, psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, primary care physicians, and other mental health clinicians have relied on Psych Congress Regionals for high-quality mental health CME educational offerings presented by some of the nation’s leading mental health researchers and educators.

4000+
ALUMNI
6.5
CME/CE CREDITS
98%
OF ATTENDEES WOULD RECOMMEND TO A COLLEAGUE
6+
CITIES NATIONWIDE

Keynote

Trauma-Informed
De-escalation of Agitated
and Violent Patients

Eric Arauz, MLER

Faculty

Eric Arauz, MLER

President,
Trauma Institute of New Jersey, LLC

Rakesh Jain, MD, MPH

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,
Texas Tech Health Sciences
School of Medicine

Saundra Jain, MA, PsyD, LPC

Adjunct Clinical Affiliate,
University of Texas at Austin School
of Nursing

Vladimir Maletic, MD, MS

Clinical Professor of Neuropsychiatry and
Behavioral Science, University of
South Carolina School of Medicine

Joseph P. McEvoy, MD

Professor of Psychiatry and Health Behavior; I. Clark Case Chair in Psychotic Disorders, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia

Charles Raison, MD

Mary Sue and Mike Shannon
Chair for Healthy Minds,
Children & Families,
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Thank you for all of the wonderful presentations! It was particularly helpful to learn about the importance of considering ADHD diagnoses in adult patients.

Carla Gabris, PhD

Northwell Health, Nyack, NY

I’ve been attending Psych Congress national and regional meetings for years because the excellent presentations keep me on the cutting edge in psychopharmacology and the sessions devoted to psychotherapy never fail to enhance my clinical abilities.

Arnold Kaplin, MD

Private Practice, Alexandria, VA

The Psych Congress Regional meetings share valuable information on current and emerging treatment strategies, highlighting both psychopharmacologic and non-psychopharmacologic approaches. The faculty are true experts and create a warm and friendly learning environment.

Joy Hong, MD

Manhattan Psychiatric Center, New York, NY

Just like the annual Psych Congress, the regional meetings are well done-informative, practical, and a good value for the money and time spent.

Jeffrey Okamoto, MD

Lebanon, PA

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