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Key Note Speaker:
Paul Hutman, PhD, holds a master's degree in experimental psychology from Wake Forest University and a PhD from the Illinois institute of technology in Chicago.  He is a licensed staff psychologist in the Northern California VA health care system; Redding, California.  He was a presenter at NAMI National Convention in 2017.

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Key Note: Brilliantly Battling Burnout
Burnout is distress that can arise when family, friends, or professionals are placed in a chronic caregiving role. It is commonly experienced as exhaustion, detachment, and resentment but can be lessened. In this presentation, attendees with learn about burnout, anti-burnout techniques, rousing compassion, self-care, and creating burnout-prevention plans. Attendees will also get an opportunity to assess their own level of burnout using validated measures

 
Mediation Practices by Paul Hutman, PhD
  • Overview of the effectiveness of meditation for a wide variety of mental health and burnout issues​
  • A look at multiple traditions of mediation practices
  • Review of empirical literature on meditation
  • Practice examples and learn tools of meditation
 

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