Boston University School of Medicine is delighted to present the Guerette Symposia, A Continuing Education Series for Mental Health Professionals. This program is a continuation of the popular series offered for many years by Dr. Rob Guerette.

These programs will provide psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric social workers, psychiatric nurses, and allied mental health professionals with an outstanding opportunities to combine a stimulating symposium in relaxing and diverse locations. All programs are conducted by distinguished faculty who are leaders in their field. CME, CNE along with CE credits for psychologists, social workers and licensed mental health counselors will be offered.

These quarterly offerings are designed to offer professionals updates in recent advances in several widely varied areas of mental health. In addition to the didactic lectures, there will be ample time for interchange between the participants and presenters. Please scroll down to see details on our upcoming programs.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. Call 617.358.5005 or email cme@bu.edu.
We look forward to seeing you.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

The 27th Annual Santa Fe Symposia

October 18-20, 2019 | Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Register to attend at: bucme.org/santafe

Featuring:
Donald Meichenbaum, PhD | New Developments In The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Of Challenging Patients
Amy Saltzman, MD | Mindfulness and Heartfulness: Practices for Enhancing Well-Being

Naples, Florida

The 27th Annual Florida Symposia

February 10-13, 2020 | Naples Grande Hotel, Naples, Florida
Registration will open in August: bucme.org/guerette

New format for 2020. The symposia will be four days, Monday-Thursday with sessions from 8:30am-12:30pm each day. Look for a choice of two concurrent sessions!

Spring Travel Symposia

Spring 2020 | Location TBD
bucme.org/guerette

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

37th Annual Cape Cod Summer Symposia

July 13-20, 2019 | Cape Cod, MA Location TBD

Course Director: Stephen Brady, PhD | Program Managers: Claire Grimble and Naomi Moeller

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