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Continuing Education Units

All NARPA 2003 keynote presentations and the workshops listed below have been approved for continuing education credits for Social Workers, LPCs and LMFTs by the Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. Up to 15 continuing education credits will be available to NARPA 2003 attendees.

The workshops listed below have been approved for continuing education credit for Social Workers, LPCs and LMFTs by the Texas Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers in the amount of 1.5 CEUs. In addition, each keynote presentation has been approved in the amount of 1 CEU. As there are seven workshop slots during the conference and five keynotes, individuals may be eligible for up to 15 CEUs.

Attendance forms for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available in the conference registration area. There is a $5 filing fee required to receive an attendance form. Each conference attendee is responsible for completing his or her attendance form and returning it to the registration area at the end of the conference. Participants will receive certificates in the mail from NASW/Texas for CEUs. Social workers from states other than Texas should contact their state chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, for information about the applicability of these credits in their state.

Linda Andre and Doug Cameron, Committee for Truth in Psychiatry (CTIP). Workshop Title: TBA

Daniel Fisher, M.D., Ph.D. , National Empowerment Center, and Jean Campbell, Ph.D., Missouri Institute on Mental Health. Workshop Title: Making Recovery Real Through the New Freedom Commission On Mental Health

Vikki Gilbert and Oryx Cohen, Freedom Center. Workshop Title: Freedom Center: How to Form a Local Support and Activist Community

Stacy Haine and Nancy Fudge, Florida Self Directed Care Program. Workshop Title: Florida Self-directed Care: Self-determination for Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities

Leah Harris, Katherine Hodges, and Jenny Rogue. Workshop Title: Strategies and Visions for Youth Education

Aaryce Hayes, M.S.W., and Beth Mitchell, J.D., Advocacy Inc. Workshop Title: Controlling Your Treatment: Advance Directives

Regina Hill, J.D., Center for Public Representation. Workshop Title: Ethnic Psychopharmacology

Gail Hornstein, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Mt. Holyoke College. Workshop Title: Hearing Voices Groups: An Innovative Alternative to Understanding and Coping with "Hallucinations"

Joyce Johnson, Ph.D., Sonoma State University, and Ron Bassman, Ph.D., The Community Consortium, Albany, NY. Workshop Title: The Sociology of Mental Illness: Teaching College Students About Our Experiences

Alicia Lucksted, Ph.D., Center for Mental Health Services Research, University of Maryland-Baltimore. Workshop Title: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Consumer/Survivors: Rights? Action!

Anne Lukito and Sherri Rita, J.D. Protection & Advocacy, Inc., California. Workshop Title: Special Education and Medicaid Advocacy for Children in Institutions

Jacki McKinney, National People of Color Consumer/Survivor of Network; and Celia Brown, NARPA Board Member & Director of Peer Specialist Services, NYC Field Office of Mental Health. Workshop Title: A Dialogue on Cultural Competence

Shery Mead, M.S.W., independent consultant and trainer, and Cheryl MacNeil, Ph.D., evaluation consultant. Workshop Title: Peer Support and Research: A Narrative Approach

Beth Mitchell, J.D. and Aaryce Hayes, M.S.W., Advocacy Inc., Austin, TX; and Jacki McKinney, National People of Color Consumer/Survivor of Network. Workshop Title: Restraint and Seclusion Reduction: Legal and Public Policy Strategies

Elizabeth Priaulx, J.D., National Association of Protection & Advocacy Systems (NAPAS). Workshop Title: Olmstead and Access to Mental Health Services for Youth

Susan Stefan, J.D., Center for Public Representation, and Steve Miccio, PEOPLe, Inc. Workshop Title: Psychiatric Emergency Services Project