Registration is open for our symposium...

   Parenting with a Mental Illness


                     Dr. Paul Martin, D.O.  

                  27th of September 2019
       
       (Sponsored by Northampton County Medical Alliance)


   Mental health is family health, which necessitates paying attention to the well-being of children who are being parented by a caregiver with a mental illness.
   20% of American adults have a mental illness. Five to eight percent experience a serious mental health malady that disrupts the family and adversely impacts children.
   This symposium will explore the six recognized mental illnesses most often associated with abuse and neglect of children, their impact on families and children, and the implications for child welfare. Additionally, current treatment modalities and prognosis for recovery will be discussed.

I.        Adult Psychiatric Disorders—six recognized mental health disorders most often associated with abuse and/or neglect of children
II.       Mental Illness in Parents: the Impact on Children
III.      When to Seek Help for Children/Adolescents
IV.      Interventions and Strategies for Families and Children Affected by Mental Illness

   Penn State - Lehigh Valley Campus
    2809 Saucon Valley Rd, Center Valley, PA 18034
   Registration 7:45am, 8:30 - 3:30pm

   Registration ends Sept. 20th, 2019

  Cost w/ 5.5 CEC’s: $75.00
  Cost without CEC’s: $65.00,

If paying by check, please make payable to Project Child. 3400 High Point Blvd. Bethlehem PA 18017

Paul Martin, "Parenting with a Mental Illness"
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