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Complimentary continental breakfast (in the Edmund Fitzgerald Exhibit Hall) and lunch (in Pioneer Hall) are provided Monday and Tuesday to registered conference attendees. Lunch is served from 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm and includes vegetarian (may include dairy) and gluten-free options. Dinner is not included.
Sunday attendees have the option of purchasing a boxed lunch (see registration form).
Spring weather in Duluth and temperatures within the DECC facility may fluctuate. We suggest wearing light clothing and bringing a sweater or jacket to workshops.
Monday, April 24 • 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Tuesday, April 25 • 7:30 am – 1:15 pm
Don’t miss the wide variety of exciting exhibits we have this year in the Edmund Fitzgerald Exhibit Hall. Please note extended break periods in the schedule for extra exhibit viewing time.
MACMH reserves the right to substitute presenters, cancel workshops and/or reschedule due to unforeseen circumstances.
On-site registration will be available as space allows. Last year we reached the DECC’s maximum capacity.
Presenters chose levels that best describe their material and the knowledge attendees should have to derive the greatest benefit from their presentation.
Level I: Introductory material and background information is covered. • Audience needs no prior knowledge of topic.
Level II: Material builds on existing knowledge and goes well beyond basics. • Audience should have some background knowledge of topic.
Level III: Complex, in-depth concepts or features highlighted; basic and background information will not be covered. • Audience should have an intermediate understanding of topic.
Professionals: Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists, Clinical Social Workers, Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, Education Professionals (e.g., Special Education & Classroom Teachers, Paraprofessionals, School Nurses, School Counselors, School Psychologists & School Social Workers), Health Care Professionals
Parents: Family Members, Parents, Grandparents, Caregivers, Foster Parents
All: Suitable for all attendees
To select workshops that are best-suited to your learning needs and interests, we recommend referring to the Workshop Content Matrix (linked below or on page 13 of your brochure) and carefully reviewing workshop descriptions. The track list is organized by profession, hot topics and age group. We hope this helps you get the most out of your conference experience.
If you need a reasonable accommodation (e.g., wheelchair accessibility, interpreter, braille, or large print materials), such accommodations will be made available upon advanced request. Please contact the MACMH office on or before March 27th, and for TTY, contact Minnesota Relay Service at 1-800-627-3529.
The deadline to receive a refund for your registration is on or before April 10, subject to a $50 USD administrative cancellation fee. Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used or a check will be sent to the original check address.
• Cancellations received after April 10 will not be eligible for a refund.
• Written cancellation is required by fax 651-644-7391 or email email@example.com.
• You may transfer your registration to a future workshop or conference if you meet the cancellation deadline. All transfer credits must be used within two years of the original event date.
• After the cancellation deadline you may transfer your registration to another person for the same event.
The conference is designed to meet CEH (Continuing Education Hours) credits for many disciplines: psychology, social work, education, education administration, nursing, marriage and family therapy, and behavioral health and therapy. CEH certificates will be available to document participation.
Conference attendees can earn up to:
6 CEHs on Sunday
6 CEHs on Monday
5.5 CEHs on Tuesday
for a total of up to: 17.5 CEHs for the entire conference.
Actual CEH amounts will be dependent upon your specific licensure board and attendance.
Post-tests will be provided at on-site registration. Post-tests are only intended for social workers working toward their LICSW to help them meet clinical clock hour requirements.
Social workers are required to obtain CEHs with clinical content. The sessions marked with this designation qualify for the Board of Social Work’s clinical content requirement.