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Synchrony Open House and Colleagues & Conversations @ Yellowbrick

Synchrony Open House and Colleagues & Conversations @ Yellowbrick
March 14, 2023
4:30PM - 7:30PM
Yellowbrick Consultation and Treatment Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
3rd Floor Auditorium

Synchrony Open House and
Colleagues & Conversations @ Yellowbrick

Too much of a Good Thing? Considerations in the Use of Telehealth

1.5 CEU Credits

Free In Person Event

Yellowbrick Consultation and Treatment Center
One Rotary Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
3rd Floor Auditorium
Evanston, IL 60201
Parking is available in One Rotary Center; enter on Grove.


1.5 CEU Credits offered through Yellowbrick Foundation

$25 processing fee
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Conference Description:

Too much of a Good Thing? Considerations in the Use of Telehealth
This conference will feature a panel discussion about the advantages and drawbacks of virtual vs in-person psychotherapy. Drawing from psychotherapy outcome research and contemporary neuroscience, as well as professional experience at Yellowbrick over the past few years, a panel of Yellowbrick professional staff will offer guidelines and recommendations to help frame decisions about when and how best to make use of virtual platforms for treatment. Audience participation encouraged!

Panel:

Moderator: Bryn Jessup PhD – Family Services Director
Jesse Viner MD – CEO & Chief Medical Officer
David Baron MD – Medical Director
Michael Losoff PhD – Director of Professional Development
Jung Mi Yi PsyD – Director of Admissions


Schedule:

  • 4:30pm–6:00pm:
      • Synchrony Open House
      • Learn more about Synchrony, the neuroscience division of Yellowbrick, offering Neurofeedback and dTMS; now in network with Medicare in addition to BCBS, Cigna, Aetna and UBH.

    https://synchronybh.com/

  • 5:00pm
      – Networking Reception
  • 6:00pm-7:30pm
      • – Colleagues & Conversations with Yellowbrick Panel
      Too much of a Good Thing? Considerations in the Use of Telehealth

Yellowbrick Consultation and Treatment Center
One Rotary Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
3rd Floor Auditorium
Evanston, IL 60201
Parking is available in One Rotary Center; enter on Grove.


1.5 CEU Credits offered through Yellowbrick Foundation

$25 processing fee
Use the PayPal button below



Questions:

Call Tracy Ashworth 847-869-1500 ext. 207

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