A conference designed for behavioral health professionals working in the field.
2024 Northeast Nebraska Behavioral Health Conference
This year's topics include grief and loss counseling, co-occurring disorders, treating anger via mindfulnesss, school-based mental health, ethics in the helping professions, court/legal behavioral helath, counselor supervision training, and future mental health trends.
The conference is sponsored by the Nebraska Counseling Association, Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN), Integrated Behavioral Health Workforce, and Wayne State College.
Basic schedule of events:
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Free morning sessions
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Free poster sessions
12 - 2 p.m.
Free luncheon and keynote speaker
2 - 5 p.m.
Free afternoon sessions
A full schedule of events will be available at a later date.
Continue Your Education
Interested in getting a master's degree in counseling? Wayne State College offers several options for an MSE in Counseling, including:
- Clinical Mental Health
- School Counseling
- Student Affairs and College Counseling
Did you know we offer:
- a 3-credit-hour graduate level course for continuing education that is aligned with the NSCA School Counselor Academy each fall? Watch for more details to be given at the conference.
- a 1-credit-hour graduate course geared toward counselor education supervision? CSL696: Supervision Foundations in Counseling (will be CSL610 in Fall 2022) is a brief introduction to counseling supervision in practice. Many counseling professionals are supervising future counselors but may be missing the key steps to make their supervision effective. This 1-credit-hour graduate course can be taken in any semester and used for CEUs in counseling or a related profession (Nebraska permits 15 CEs per 1-credit-hour graduate course).