Inaugural Rosecrance Adolescent Behavioral Health Symposium

Innovative Approaches to Treating Mood and Substance Use Disorders

March 6, 2020

VenueSix10, Chicago, IL

Chicago Lakefront Panorama
Chicago Lakefront Panorama from North Avenue Beach

Working with adolescents is never a simple task as they represent an ever changing and increasingly complex population to effectively treat. The inaugural Rosecrance Adolescent Behavioral Health Symposium will bring together professionals seeking insight from experts in the field of adolescent behavioral health. Topics will include current and cutting edge treatment interventions for adolescents struggling with substance use, mental health, or eating disorders. Attendees will hear from speakers who represent expertise in their areas and will discuss best practices in evidence-based treatment. CEUs will be provided for attendees. Come join us for a day of informative and engaged discussions about adolescent behavioral health.

Presenters include nationally renowned speakers in the behavioral health field including:

  • Thomas Wright, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Rosecrance
  • Sara Becker, PhD, Associate Professor, Brown University
  • Jenny Conviser, PsyD, Founder & CEO, Ascend CHC
  • Jason Relle, LCPC, Clinical Director, Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus
  • Jacqueline Rhew, LCPC, CADC, Clinical Consultant for Amita Health/Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital

Friday, March 6
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
All-day Symposium

610 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605
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Click here to view a list of our speakers and presentations at the event.

Cost: $99, includes refreshments, lunch, materials, and CEUs
Click here to register

Rosecrance has reserved a room block at the Hilton in Chicago. Reservations can be made up to February 13, 2020 under the group rate. Click here to make a reservation.


  • Psychologists
  • Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Counselors
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses
  • Teachers

CEUs are available for LMFT, psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses. IAODAPCA CEUs and PDHs are also available.