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Earle Brown Heritage Center

6155 Earle Brown Drive

Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

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This Disaster Behavioral Health Conference is a well-known for the depth and breadth of content and this year will not disappoint. The theme is Footprint of Disaster: Taking Action.

National and Local speakers will present on lessons learned from responding to national and local disasters. The conference offers Board Approved CE's for Psychologist and Social Workers.

The Day Includes:

Carly Posey, Two of her four children were in the Sandy Hook elementary on Dec. 14, 2012 and both survived. Today she travels the country advocating for safety and preparedness. She will share lessons learned and provide a compelling case for the need to prepare for the unthinkable.

Elizabeth Burtch from Flint Michigan will discuss the behavioral health response to the 2015 Flint Michigan water crisis. There will be a local panel of leaders from broad disciplines sharing their experiences with incidents that have occurred in the metro area.

Sgt. Tim Harris, of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office will be presenting on the development of a wellness program, resiliency training initiatives, and peer support programs in the law enforcement field.

Dr. Tai Mendenhall and Nancy Carlson facilitate a discussion of the spiritual and mental impacts of Natural vs. Human disasters.

Jesse Ross, author, speaker and professional development coach will close the day



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