High-Risk Children*, Families, and Behavioral Health

July 13 through 17,2009

*Of all agesChildren Adolescents Adults

If you want to know more about helping children of all ages and especially high-risk youth, MARTI's annual Summer School is for you. This year's school is designed to meet the ever-changing needs of today's youth and families. Presentations will include the latest information on treatment for young children, improving school-based programs, working with adolescents, sexual abuse intervention, improving cultural competency, adult recovery strategies, anger and violence, building resiliency in children, and many other exciting topics. Year after year, MARTI has provided the latest techniques for working with children, excellent presenters, and special sections for educators and clinicians, all at a low cost. We hope to see you in July!

Brochures will be available in April 2009.

To have your name added to our mailing list, call the MARTI Office at (724) 357-4405.

For registration information, call IUP Conference Services at (724) 357-2227.

Who should attend:

  • School Teachers and Administrators
  • Guidance Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Community Mental Health Workers
  • Clergy
  • Childrenand Youth Services Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Alcoholand Drug Counselors
  • Family Therapists
  • Juvenile Justice Workers
  • Health Care Professionals

Comments from Past Participants

As was the case last year, I loved it! I have never been to a conference where I was so attentive, interested, and able to experience learning.

George, Clinical Social Worker

This was an incredible conference. I will definitely be back. Wonderful!

Sue, Junior High School Teacher

Excellent personal and professional experience. Very empowering.

Mike, Dual Diagnosis Counselor

It is head and shoulders above many of the conferences I have attended.

Kimberly, Psychiatric Nurse

Attending this conference for a second time, I didn't feel it was possible to have a week long program on the same level of excellence as I experienced the first. Happily, this year's conference proved me very wrong.

Sheila, High School Teacher

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