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Psych Congress Regionals are going virtual in 2020
Bringing practical Psych Congress education directly to you!

Each year, the Psych Congress Regional Meetings travel to multiple cities across the country to fulfill our mission of advancing the knowledge and skills of mental health and primary care clinicians. This year in place of in-person meetings, we are excited to announce that clinicians in every region can take advantage of this impactful educational opportunity with 8 different virtual experiences

All you need is an internet connection and a comfortable learning space to engage in case-based sessions led by world-class educators that will help you improve patient outcomes and stay at the forefront of care.

Interested in taking part in this 2-day educational experience? Find a date that works for you!

Psych Congress Regionals are going nationwide in 2020!
What to Expect

For the first time ever, Psych Congress Regionals are traveling to every region in the country via our interactive virtual platform. Earn up to 13+ CME/CE credits and partake in a scientific agenda that includes sessions on MDD, substance use disorder, schizophrenia, COVID-19 impact sessions, and live Q&A with our faculty.

Case-Based Program
CME/CE credits
Who Should Attend?

Psych Congress Regionals offer a dynamic 2-day meeting aimed at helping clinicians more accurately diagnose and personalize patient care.

Nurse Practitioners
Physician Assistants
Primary Care Physicians
Addiction Specialists
Students, Residents, Fellows
Other Mental Health Professionals

2020 Virtual Lineup

PortlandNovember 20-21    
OrlandoDecember 4-5    
Meet Psych Congress Regionals’ World-Class Educators

Psych Congress Regionals faculty features a team of internationally renowned researchers and educators who all have the same goal in mind: to provide you with relevant education you can apply in practice immediately upon your return to the office.

Leslie Citrome, MD, MPH
Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
Rakesh Jain, MD, MPH
Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, Midland, Texas
Saundra Jain, MA, PsyD, LPC
Adjunct Clinical Affiliate, University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing; Private Practice, Austin, Texas
Manish Jha, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York
Vladimir Maletic, MD, MS
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Greenville, South Carolina
Arwen Podesta, MD, ABPN, FASAM, ABIHM
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Tulane University; Medical Director, ACER LLC; Medical Director; Owner/Psychiatrist, Podesta Wellness
I was extremely satisfied with my Psych Congress Regionals experience. I felt that the faculty were extremely knowledgeable and led engaging, focused presentations which defined objectives and helped me to elevate my psychopharmacology knowledge.

Tama Gillis, MD
Washington, DC

I have been a mental health clinician for more than 40 years and love educational opportunities and attend multiple conferences annually. I have to say that Psych Congress Regionals is the meeting for you if you’re looking for personal growth and information to bring back to use with your patients.

Anna Allen, DNP, ARNP, FP-BC
Tampa, FL

I thoroughly enjoyed Psych Congress Regionals. There was a strong clinical focus to each of the sessions, which will help me better personalize my patients’ treatment strategies.

Dennis O'Brien, MD
Atlanta, GA

This was one of the best and most practical conferences I have ever attended. I liked the single day format, the venue, and the expert faculty.

Richard LaPlante, MD
Flowery Branch, GA

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