A Continuing Education Program for Mental Health Professionals 
 

 

Guerette Virtual Series - Select the links below to register for each

For the Mental Health Professional

Advancements in Neuroscience Conceptualizations of Stress, Anxiety and Depression 2021
(Part of the Virtual Guerette Symposia Series)

Thomas A. Field, PhD
Friday, February 4, 2022 | 2:00-4:00pm ET (New Date)

Motivational Interviewing Core Skills: Helping Your “Stuck” Patients to Engage Change
(Part of the Virtual Guerette Symposia Series)
Eric Devine, PhD
Thursday, December 2, 2021 | 1:30-4:30pm ET

 

For the Primary Care Clinician

Developmental Adversity as a Fundamental Social Determinant of Health (Problems): What Primary Care Providers Need to Know (Part of the Virtual Guerette Symposia Series)
Carryl P. Navalta, PhD
Friday, January 21, 2022 | 2:00-4:00pm ET (New Date)

COVID what we have learned? and where do we go from here? How Best to Help our Patients – and Ourselves - Move Forward. (Part of the Virtual Guerette Symposia Series)
Jori Berger-Greenstein, PhD
Friday, November 19, 2021 | 2:00-4:00pm 

 

Registration Fees*:

Regular Rate: $75 | Student Rate: $25
BUSM/BMC/BU Alumni Discount: 20% off.  Use code ALUMNI at check out.

*If you would like to register for more than one session of the fall series, please look in your confirmation email for a 20% off coupon to use at any of the other meetings in the series.

 


The Boston University School of Medicine Guerette Symposia Series was founded in 2019 as a continuation of the popular series offered for mental health professionals for many years by Dr. Rob Guerette. The series was initially designed as a quarterly, live symposia series providing psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric social workers, psychiatric nurses, and allied mental health professionals with outstanding opportunities to combine a stimulating symposium in relaxing and diverse locations.

The quarterly offerings listed below are designed to offer professionals updates in recent advances in several widely varied areas of mental health. In addition to the didactic lectures, there will be ample time for interchange between the participants and presenters. All programs are conducted by distinguished faculty who are leaders in their field. CME, CNE along with CE credits for psychologists, social workers and licensed mental health counselors will be offered.

Please scroll down to see details on our upcoming programs. We look forward to seeing you.

Fort Myers, Florida

The 28th Annual Florida Symposia
February 28 - March 3, 2022 | Marriott Sanibel Harbour Resort & Spa


Register to attend:

Québec City, QC, Canada

May 23 to 26, 2022 | Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

  • Resilience Across the Lifespan: Strength-Based Strategies to Nurture Positive Mindsets, Caring, and Hope in Ourselves and Others with Dr. Robert Brooks

Register to attend!

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

July 11 - July 22, 2022 | Location TBD

Santa Fe, New Mexico

The 28th Annual Santa Fe Symposia
October 14-16, 2022 | Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza

  • Energy to Mind: Integrating Our “Self”-Organizing Feedback Loops | John Arden, PhD, ABPP
  • Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy: New Integrations in Mindfulness, Trauma and Somatic Experiences | Ronald A. Alexander, PhD 

 

Course Director:

Stephen Brady, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Boston University School of Medicine

 

Program Managers:

Claire Grimble, CMP | Conference Operations Manager
Continuing Medical Education Office, Boston University School of Medicine

Naomi Moeller, BA, CHCP | Senior Program Manager
Continuing Medical Education Office, Boston University School of Medicine

 

Planning Committee:

Stephen Brady, PhD | CME Course Director
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Boston University School of Medicine

Janice Furlong, MSW | Social Work Advisor
Clinical Associate Professor, Boston University School of Social Work

Robert C. Guerette, MD | Planning Committee
President, New England Educational Institute

Carmela A. Townsend, DNP, MS/MBA, RN | Accredited Provider Activity Director
Continuing Medical Education Office, Boston University School of Medicine

Debra M. Winters, APRN-BC, AACRN | CNE Nurse Advisor
Community Research Initiative (CRI)