Events | Trainings

Past Conferences

  MACMH’s Annual Child & Adolescent Mental Health Conference

Duluth, MN – Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center

For everyone who cares for or works with infants, children, or youth.

90+ Workshops | 80+ Exhibitors | 1900+ Attendees

Past Conference Materials and Details

2019 Annual Conference – Program

2018 Annual Conference – Program

2017 Annual Conference – Program

2016 Annual Conference – Brochure

2015 Annual Conference – Brochure

2014 Annual Conference – Brochure

Conference Learning Objectives

Our conference offers professionals and families opportunities to:
• Improve policy and enhance practices for children (birth to 21) who have or are at risk of developing mental health disorders.
• Acquire skills and strategies that will improve outcomes for children with mental health needs.
• Gain knowledge of best practices and the latest research in children’s mental health and related fields.
• Enrich understanding of different perspectives and common goals in support of all children.

Who should attend?

Social Workers, Psychologists, Special Education & Classroom Teachers, Therapists, Nurses, Pediatricians, Counselors, Corrections Workers, School Administrators, Early Childhood Professionals, Parents & Caregivers

Conference Features


MACMH’s annual conference features two keynote presentations led by distinguished professionals from the mental health field. Highlighting current trends, research and best practices, each keynote session kicks off a full day of breakout workshops.

Supervision Series

Offered for six hours on Sunday, this series is designed to help social work supervisors meet the Minnesota Board of Social Work’s requirements in the practice of licensing supervision.

MHED Talks

MHED Talks©, Mental Health Exploration & Discovery, is a presentation series in the spirit of TED Talks. Using stories – both personal and experiences from the field — Speakers will be given 18 minutes to share their expertise on new concepts, programs, treatment models, research and healthcare trends.