Integrative Mental Health Conference 2019
Please join the San Francisco Psychological Association, at the 2019 premier integrative mental health conference, April 15-17th in San Francisco! Learn from 35 internationally renowned experts, including best-selling authors, award-winning physicians, researchers and professors.
Some of the featured speakers include: Dr. Andrew Weil, Michael Pollan, Dr. Gabor Maté, Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky, Dr. Richard Davidson, Dr. Dale Bredesen, Dr. Judson Brewer, Belleruth Naparstek, Dr. Shauna Shapiro, Dr. Charles Raison, and Dr. Andrew Newberg.
Learn about the latest advances in topics such as:
Mind-body connections, spirituality, mindfulness, diet and nutritional supplements, integrative practice models, brain biology, microbiome, the new science of psychedelics and their impact on mental health, imagery, positive psychology, addiction and trauma.
Continuing education credits are available for health professionals. Scholarship opportunities are available for selected students. Everyone is welcome to attend the conference— whether you are a professional or just personally interested in learning from the top integrative mental health experts teaching together at what will be an amazing event.
Visit www.imhc2019.com for more details and to register. Follow @AzCIM on Twitter and Facebook for event updates and exciting announcements. Use code SFPA to save 10% off of registration.
SFPA MEMBER BENEFITS INCLUDE:
HIPAA Compliant Credit Card Processing - Every year you’re an SFPA member, you’re entitled to receive the annual $2000 in
Free Ivy Pay Charges
Zur Institute, Inc. - CE credit hours for Psychologists!
10% off All Zur Institute’s 135+ Online CE Courses
Training and Membership Discounts for SFPA Members
The World's Only
Aquarium - Planetarium - Rainforest
SFPA Members, Family and Friends
Receive 15% Discount
20% Discount for SFPA Members
Outstanding Member Awards
WELCOME TO SFPA
SFPA is a non-profit collaboration of psychologists who provide clinical services to the public (assessment, consultation, and therapy), teach at academic institutions, and conduct research on human behavior, mind-brain relationships, and mental health. Graduate students in psychology also may be part of the association, as may others who meet membership requirements.
Our mission is to promote and enrich the professional growth of our members in accordance with the highest ethical standards of practice, and to advance the science and practice of psychology for the health and welfare of the greater public. SFPA is a chapter of the California Psychological Association, which is a state affiliate of the American Psychological Association.