We are pleased to announce that the Academy on Violence and Abuse in conjunction with the Mental Health and Recovery Board and Samaritan Regional Health System will be hosting its first Regional Academy in Ashland, Ohio on April 16th. This event will focus on the Adverse Childhood Experiences study and the ongoing impact of its wealth of data on physical and emotional health outcomes across the lifespan. Ashland will welcome one of the main researchers of the ACE study, Dr. Vincent Felitti, and four other nationally renowned researchers and specialists to present at this first-of-its-kind conference. This is a continuing education opportunity for physicians, nurses, social workers, and counselors and is offered free of charge to participants.
Attached to this email you will find the main promotional brochure. You can follow this link for more information about the conference and its location www.ashlandmhrb.org/acestudy and you can register for the event here http://www.ashlandmhrb.org/registration/. Registration deadline is March 14. Space is limited for this conference so please register early, priority will be given to professionals in Ashland, Richland, Wayne and Holmes counties.
David C. Ross, MA LPCC-S
Mental Health & Recovery Board of Ashland County
1605 County Road 1095
Ashland, Ohio 44805
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