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287 Lafayette Street

LA 105

Salem, MA 01970

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Introduction to Mental Health Neuroscience

Research on neuroscience has expanded over the past few decades. The profession has been slow to engage in the acquisition of knowledge on neuroscience. Clinical social workers have an ethical responsibility to stay current with evidence-based research. This includes valuing competence and that of being a lifelong learner. The ability to provide client systems with up-to-date information and psychoeducation is essential and is considered ethical practice. This workshop will provide attendees with up to date information on basic brain anatomy, function, and link this knowledge to various mental health conditions.

Objectives

1. Ability to identify and describe basic brain structures/anatomy and functions
2. Ability to identify and describe the role of neurotransmitters/neural communication and hormones
3. Describe up to date methods for assessing neurobiology as it relates to mental health

Instructor
Jeff Driskell, Ph.D., LICSW

3 CEUs

Cost: $55.00

Parking for the workshops at 287 Lafayette Street is limited to certain areas on Lafayette Street so please read the street signs. We will have free parking available at the O’Keefe Complex, 225 Canal St, Salem, MA 01970.

**Please note: Refunds must be requested up to 7 days before the event.






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