ANNOUNCEMENT: Registration is Now Open!

  Hilton Hotel - APRIL 13-14, 2015

You are invited to attend the 26th Annual
Colorado Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference!

We are excited to offer some innovations at this year’s conference.

In addition to our usual array of outstanding local presenters (from a wide array of settings),this year we have presenters in the area of implementation who are known
throughout the world as experts in their field.

Because of this, we have an intense,one-day track on implementation that requires special registration either to attend that single day or to attend that track as part of your conference registration.

Whether you attend the Implementation Track or spread your attention across
the many other areas our presenters address, we are sure this conference will
stimulate your thinking about treatment of children and families, collaboration between systems, and how we can make all these methods work best in the years
to come.

Join Allison Metz, Jennifer Schroeder, Monica Fitzgerald, and 20 other exciting speakers at the 26th Child and Adolescent Conference.

Allison Metz is a developmental psychologist who is the Co-Director of the National Implementation Research Network.  She is an expert at implementing evidence-based practices in child-welfare and early-education settings.

Jennifer Schroeder is The Vice-President of the Global Implementation Initiative and the Co-Chair of the Global Implementation Conference.  (The Third Conference will be held in Dublin, Ireland, in May of 2015.)  She is expert in implementing and evaluating evidence-based practices in a variety of settings.

Monica Fitzgerald has trained nationally and internationally on a variety of evidence-based treatments for traumatic stress and has been a leader in spreading evidence-based treatments throughout South Carolina and Colorado.

As a special addition to this year’s conference, April 13 will include a full track on implementation science and practice led by Drs. Metz and Schroeder.  For those of you who are not planning to go to Dublin, this will be an opportunity to learn much of what they will present in a pre-conference institute there.

Because attendance at both the Child and Adolescent Conference and the Implementation Science Track will be limited, make sure you respond promptly when the registration announcement appears in late January.

And start thinking about the people you want to honor with nominations for awards as outstanding parents, line staff, administrators, educators, volunteers, and public figures.