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Addictive Behaviors Group

Next groupTuesday, 01/31/2023
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

The Addictive Behaviors Group meets twice per week virtually and offers education on topics related to addiction as well as the opportunity to explore personal concerns with others in a similar situation.

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This group meets online.

Exploring Recovery For Adolescents

Next groupTuesday, 01/31/2023
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Focus of this adolescent group will be on encouraging each other to remain sober and clean along with implementing strategies for recovery techniques. Some psychoeducation will occur as well.

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This event meets online.

Grand Rounds

Pine Rest Virtual Grand Rounds “TAAR1: Science Behind a Potential New...

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The Trace Amine Associate receptor is a new potential mechanism of disease for Schizophrenia. This course will increase the understanding of the actions of the trace amine receptor activation and it’s role in the modulation of neurotransmitters associated with the genesis of psychosis. A discussion of the current research of new agents acting at the TAAR-1 receptor will complete the lecture.

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This event meets online & in person.

Put Your Oxygen Mask On First – EAP Leadership Conference

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Pine Rest Postma Center, Building C, Entrance C2

When organization leaders and managers neglect to take care of themselves as well as others, this can negatively impact organizational culture and success. Enjoy a light breakfast while we examine how our own behaviors affect the behaviors of others and how to best care for ourselves among the pressures of work, family, and life. Free to attend.

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PTSD: From Pregnancy To One Year Postpartum

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Our Fall 2022 ‘Pearls for Partners’ ends with presentation that will give attendees a better understanding of common medical complications contributing to the development of postpartum PTSD and how PTSD can present within the perinatal period.

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