These events offer an opportunity for mental health professionals to learn theories and strategies which inform the practices of professional colleagues as well as the networking opportunity to make their own practices more visible. Professionals who attend reconnect with friends, develop new alliances with colleagues, and expand their mental health community.
Where: Lucky Lab Brew Pub 915 SE Hawthorne Blvd. Portland, OR 97214
Free parking on site & street parking nearby
30 minutes of networking plus CE presentation; Food and drink available for purchase.
Charge is $10 (for room & CE costs); coming a little early can be useful; you can place a food order, the staff will bring your lunch into the meeting room.
As we get older some things are inevitable. For instance kidney function will taper a little. But what about our brains?
Can we do something now that may help us as we age? If we happen to look at the genes we were dealt, should we get discouraged? We'll explore current science in easy terms about the underlying causes of dysfunctions in the aging brain. Then we'll discuss ways we and other people can improve our odds and the concerns people may bring into our clinical practices.
Professionals who attend this workshop will be able to:
Char Glenn, MD OHSU 1995, Internal medicine Providence St Vincent Medical Center 1998; is a board-certified internist who has always been interested in ways to improve and prolong our health by finding and addressing the actual causes of problems. She focuses her practice on helping people improve digestive and brain symptoms. She works with people who are motivated by their family history of dementia to improve their own overall brain and body health. Char Glenn, MD, LLC 2525 NW Lovejoy Suite 405 Portland Oregon 97210
503.274.9818, fax 833.271.4450This continuing education program is appropriate for psychologists, social workers, counselors and marriage and family therapists. The instruction level is Intermediate.