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Pinetree Institute 2022 Conference: A Community Approach to Prevention Through Building Positive Relationships
May 6 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Early bird pricing of $150/person before Mar. 15, after that it’s $175/person.
Please note: This is a hybrid event, and you can attend in-person or virtually. For those attending in person, we will follow all CDC and local Covid protocols and will provide more information closer to the May 6th event. For those attending virtually, you will receive a zoom link the day before the event.
This conference is for those interested in cross-professional collaboration to address community issues at their root:
- Mental Health and Addiction Counselors
- Health Care Practitioners
- Social Service Providers
- Law Enforcement Professionals
- Community and Business Leaders & Engaged Citizens
At this conference, you will learn:
- How to develop positive relationships with youth that allow them to thrive
- Trauma-informed approaches to improve child, family and community well-being by addressing adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
- Constructive actions that reverse the effects of childhood trauma on children and the adults they become.
Join us to explore the research and learn new ideas for creating intentional relationships that promote healing, enhance resilience, and help youth, families and communities thrive.
Dr. Stephanie Grant:
Stephanie is trained as a developmental psychologist and is licensed as a Professional Counselor. She currently works as the Director of the Reach Parent Child Program at Developmental Enhancement Behavioral Health in Holland, MI. She holds separate master’s degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Psychology and a PhD in lifespan Developmental Psychology. Her clinical and research interests focus on working with infants and children with attachment concerns and trauma histories, specifically those who have adoption or foster care backgrounds. She has worked as a clinician, professor, and researcher. She is also a foster and adoptive parent herself.
Dr. Benjamin Houltberg
Dr. Ben is a developmental scientist, former tenured faculty member, social entrepreneur, and experienced marriage and family therapist.
He is widely published on topics including adolescent social and emotional competencies, resilience through relationships, and character and identity development through sports. He has proven success in leading large research teams and has consulted with several high-performance organizations to create thriving cultures. He has been instrumental in developing tools and resources aimed at promoting resilience through relationships.
Ben has been a member of the Search Institute team since February 2020, holding the positions of Vice President of Research and Practice and Interim President and CEO.
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