Symposium on Healthy Aging | April 19 & 20

The AUSB Masters in Clinical Psychology Program is pleased to announce a Symposium on Healthy Aging

Friday, April 19, 2013  4 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, April 20, 2013  9 am – 5 pm

As baby boomers age, not only is the demand growing for trained professionals to respond to the needs of this expanding population, but more adult children are becoming caregivers. This Symposium is open to professional therapists, family members, and anyone with an interest in the physical, social, spiritual, and psychological well-being of our elders. Participants will learn clinical skills and multidisciplinary perspectives on preventive, medical, wellness, holistic, and transitional approaches that support optimal life quality for themselves, aging clients, and their families.

Peter MacDougall, PhD
Harry R. Moody, PhD
David Lebell, MD
Stuart Light, MA, LMFT
Albert Munoz-Flores, PsyD
Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW
Barry Spacks, Poet & Teacher
Kimberley Snow, Author & Teacher

Cost (Includes 13 CEU’s):
$75.00 General Admission
$60.00 Antioch Alumni
$15.00 Students
Limited Space Available

Registration deadline: April 10, 2013

Find more information and RSVP here
for the Symposium on Healthy Aging.

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