The 2nd Youthdale Treatment Centres Symposium on Adolescent Brain Development and Behaviour
Friday, November 11, 2011, Park Hyatt Toronto
Connect with the leaders in adolescent psychology research and treatment
This unique forum brings together psychiatrists, family physicians, neurologists, paediatricians, residents, and other health professionals who treat adolescent psychiatric disorders, to learn, share perspectives, and review the latest research.
Discuss your greatest challenges with internationally recognized leaders in exploring the brain/behaviour interface, including world renowned brain imaging and mapping experts:
Dr. Richard Davidson is a leader in brain imaging and training a brain to be happy. Known for his work imaging the brains of Buddhist monks, he was voted one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2006 by Time magazine.
Dr. Thomas Paus is back by popular demand. Dr. Paus is recognized worldwide for his work mapping the brain, and has been a pioneer in the development of population neuroscience.
Don't miss this unparalleled opportunity to collaborate with your peers and discuss the latest research and techniques:
- new research findings on Asperger Syndrome
- how to better manage adolescents with substance abuse problems
- assessing and treating aggressive behavior
- the connection between developmental brain changes and behavioural challenges
- adolescent sleep disorders and how they affect day-time behaviour and function
This program is eligible for Continuing Education credits.
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Building on success
The first-ever Symposium on Adolescent Brain Development and Behaviour was hosted by Youthdale Treatment Centres and sponsored by the Division of Child Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. This sold-out symposium was a resounding success, and this year's venue will accommodate many more participants and contribute to even greater knowledge sharing and networking.