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Winter 2015 Newsletter
Insurance Trust workshop, Albuquerque May 8, Legal and Ethical Risks and Risk Management in Professional Psychological Practice Sequence VI: Ethics and Risk Management in the Affordable Care Act: Everything you Didn’t Want to Know and Were Afraid to Ask
Santa Fe, March 27 - “An Introduction to Mind-Body Bridging”
Albuquerque, April 10 - “Psychoanalytic Clinical Theory for Clinicians who don't Like Psychoanalytic Theory”
Albuquerque, April 24 - “Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care at the University of New Mexico: Innovation and Evolution”
Santa Fe, May 15 - "What's New in Psychopharmacology?"
Albuquerque, May 22 - “Autism Spectrum Disorder: What We Know in 2015”
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