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The 20th Annual International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference in May

* Presenters are being sought. Get in touch with Bart Billings at: bbillings@omnisonic.com

Pre-Conference • Wednesday-Thursday, May 2-3, 2012 Conference • Friday-Sunday, May 4-6, 2012 Attend 1-5 Days & Earn 6-30 C.E. Hours

DoubleTree Hotel • Los Angeles (Westside), California, USA

The 20th Annual International Military & Civilian Combat Stress Conference is the leading and longest- running conference on combat stress in the world. This annual multi-disciplinary event was founded by (and continues to be directed by) Col. (Ret.) Bart P. Billings, Ph.D. to bring civilian and military medical and mental health professionals from around the world together to share their clinical expertise dealing with issues such as:

• Blast Injuries • Grief & Loss • Nightmares • Suicide

• Combat Readiness • Deployment & Redeployment • PTSD • Terrorism

• Compassion Fatigue • Medication Issues • Professional Issues • Threat Assessment

• Crisis Intervention • Military Culture • Returning Troops • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Pre-Conference Schedule

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Wednesday, May 2 • 0900-1600 • One-Day Courses (6 C.E. Hours Each) [Select One Only] 0900 Option 1 TBA 0900 Option 2 TBA 0900 Option 3 TBA

Thursday, May 3 • 0900-1600 • One-Day Courses (6 C.E. Hours Each) [Select One Only] 0900 Option 1 TBA 0900 Option 2 TBA

0900 Law & Ethics: Legal & Ethical Considerations in Clinical Practice • Pamela H. Harmell, Ph.D. is a psychologist and former President of the California Board of Psychology. She serves as Co-Chair of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association Ethics Committee and is a past Chair of the California Psychological Association Ethics Committee. She is a professor at Pepperdine University?s Graduate School of Education and Psychology.

Conference Schedule

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Friday, May 4 • 0900-1600 • 6 C.E. Hours

0900 Topic 1 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1030 Topic 2 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1200 Lunch (1 hour; on your own) 1300 Topic 3 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1400 Topic 4 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1500 Topic 5 TBA (45 min. + Q&A)

Saturday, May 5 • 0900-1600 • 6 C.E. Hours

0900 Topic 1 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1030 Topic 2 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1200 Lunch (1 hour; on your own) 1300 Topic 3 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1400 Topic 4 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1500 Topic 5 TBA (45 min. + Q&A)

Sunday, May 6 • 0900-1600 • 6 C.E. Hours

0900 Topic 1 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1030 Topic 2 TBA (75 min. + Q&A) 1200 Lunch (1 hour; on your own) 1300 Topic 3 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1400 Topic 4 TBA (45 min. + Q&A) 1500 Topic 5 TBA (45 min. + Q&A)

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