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  • Writer's pictureSpencer Letizia

Mental & Behavioral Health Professionals as Change Agents: Policy Advocacy Tools for Practice

Mental & behavioral health professionals in practice often find it hard to be active

policy advocates, because we are uncomfortable, and/or lack the skills and

experience to engage. This workshop will highlight the importance of engaging

in social and political action by refreshing participants on available advocacy

skills and tools. The focus of this workshop, however, will be on getting the work

done. We will brainstorm advocacy areas ripe for professional involvement of

mental and behavioral health professionals, make a plan for social and political

action, get the work started, and prepare for future action.

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