Seminars at UBC

Seminar February 28 2008:
The Redemptive Self: The Therapeutic Value of Telling your Story
Dan McAdams, PhD, Professor of Psychology, Charles Deering McCormick
Professor of Teaching Excellence, and Professor of Human Development and
Social Policy, Northwestern University Mental Health Commission of Canada Knowledge Exchange Centre
The UBC Institute of Mental Health continues to sponsor its interdisciplinary colloquium series.
These seminars take place on Thursdays at noon in Room 2NA/B at UBC’s Detwiller Lecture Theatre
(2255 Wesbrook Mall, basement) at UBC’s Point Grey campus

Cracked but Not Broken – International Conference at UBC Life Sciences Centre

April 16-20 2008, Vancouver, BC

Cracked but not Broken is a three day international conference
hosted by UBC in collaboration with the Centre of Health
Evaluation and Outcome Sciences (CHEOS) and the UBC
Department of Psychiatry. The conference will bring together
experts and stakeholders from various continents, cultures, and
disciplines to share their unique experiences and solutions on
stimulant abuse. Focusing on the particular vulnerabilities in
youth, the conference will examine pregnancy and stimulant use,
concurrent disorders, physical and mental illness associated with
stimulant use, and the best evidence-based pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for
adolescents. For more information on the conference and how to register, click here (PDF).

The mission of the BC Mental Health and Addictions Research Network is to contribute to the
excellence of mental health and addictions research in British Columbia by strengthening relationships
among researchers across disciplines, institutions and health services organizations. The Network
aims to build research capacity and to foster collaborative research that will inform policy and practice
in the field of mental health and addictions.
Contact Us

Network Coordinator Communications and Research Analyst
Dr. Jane Hood Ms. Tenny Bache
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Tel (604) 707-6393 Tel (604) 707-6390

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