The Networker Symposium Experience

Don't Take Our Word for It: Ask Our Guests

Rich Simon

It's easy for us at Psychotherapy Networker headquarters to tell you about all the wonders and benefits that await you at our annual Symposium. We work all year long to invite and schedule the group of over 125 presenters, so we know that the best of the best will be there to offer workshops and keynote addresses on the latest developments in psychotherapy.

We craft the descriptions for the 165+ workshops, so we can confidently tell you that at the Symposium you can learn everything from how to treat clients who suffer from both depression and anxiety, to what to do for child clients who are victims of bullying, to which mind-body techniques can easily be incorporated into talk therapy, to ways that you can overcome your own professional struggles in the new mental health marketplace.

And we also know how fun, energizing, and transformative Creativity Day can be after a long, cold winter. It's virtually impossible to not feel like a new person after a day of events that involve dance, yoga, creative writing, painting, photography, and meditation.

But the best—and most unbiased—endorsement for the Symposium can only come from our attendees. Every year, more than 3,000 therapists, social workers, and other mental health professionals come to the Omni Shoreham for this one-of-a-kind conference experience, and we eagerly await their thoughts and reactions.

Watch the video below to hear just a sampling of what Symposium guests have to say about the event.

Come join us for the 2014 Symposium March 20-23, and discover how it can improve your practice, your mind, and your soul.

Networker Symposium 2014
March 20-23 in Washington, DC
Register By January 13 for Greatest Savings

Topic: Professional Development | Anxiety/Depression

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