2021 Packages & Pricing

ACCESS ALL OF THE RECORDINGS & MORE

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BASIC

  • Audio files for each of the talks 

  • PDF Transcripts for each of the talks 

  • Daily Workbook (10 in all - one for each day of the conference)

 

  • Reading list and resource guide (books, podcasts, and resources to help you continue your exploration of the summit)

$27

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  • ​25% off discount code for Scaling Up trainings.

  • Video access for all talks ​

  • Audio files for each of the talks 

  • PDF Transcripts for each of the talks 

  • Expanded workbook - with more than double the questions and reflection prompts for each talk

 

  • Reading list and resource guide (books, podcasts, and resources to help you continue your exploration of the summit)​​

$77

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PREMIUM
  • ​50% off discount code for Scaling Up trainings.

  • Video access for all talks ​

  • Audio files for each of the talks 

  • PDF Transcripts for each of the talks 

  • Expanded workbook - with more than double the questions and reflection prompts for each talk

 

  • Reading list and resource guide (books, podcasts, and resources to help you continue your exploration of the summit)

  • 8 EMDRIA CEU's (for EMDR Therapists) - only for eligible presentations about EMDR therapy.

$257

2021 BE BOLD SUMMIT SPEAKERS & TOPICS

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Online, Evidence-Based Interventions: Expanding the TeleMental Health Frontiers

Dr. Nacho Jarero, PHD

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Compassion in Decolonizing Mental Health

Melody Li, LMFT

BE YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA & VIDEO MARKETING

Ernesto Segismundo, LMFT

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Joy-Centered Anti-Racism for Shapeshifters

Thea Monyeé, LMFT

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World Relief: Mental Health & Peer Support for Humanitarian Workers

Michael Hegenauer, PHD

Curating Community & Care for LBGT Youth

Dr. Tara Jae, PHD

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Envisioning a Liberation-Focused Healing

Shawna Murray-Browne, LCSW-C

Healing Moral Injury & Vicarious Trauma in Humanitarian Workers

Matthew Smith

A Return to the Self: A Path to Becoming a Regenerative Practitioner 

Joanna Marcela Berrio Kipnis, LCSW

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Telehealth Therapy: Strengths & Challenges from an Empowerment Perspective

Viviana Urdaneta, LCSW

Harm Reduction: An Accountability "Call In" of Mental Health Providers

CéShaun Hankins, LCSW

The Torture In My Mind: The Right to Mental Health for Rohingya Survivors of Genocide in Myanmar & Bangladesh

Andrew Riley, MA

Scaling Up Trauma Treatment Interventions Globally

Rolf Carriere

The Necessary Path: Decolonizing Mental Health

Jacqui Johnson, LPC

Breakout From the Therapy Room to the Humanitarian Field

Sadie Smith, LMFT

Caring for Refugee Mental Health: Collaborations between Humanitarian Workers & Therapists

Yibeyin Hagos Yohannes

Therapists Creating Fruitful Collaborations with Aid Workers

Jocelyn Fitzgerald, LMFT

Latinx, Hispanic, Chicano? Cultural and treatment considerations when working with the Latinx population

Viviana Triana, LCSW 

EMDR Treatment in Conjoint Couples Therapy: A Relational Trauma Treatment Approach

Elizabeth Legg, PHD

Expansive & Ethical Anti-Oppression for Healers 

Robyn Mourning

Why Is Safety So Important? Treatment of Children & Adolescents with Developmental Trauma

Sandra Baita, LPC

Mental Health Advocacy through Podcasting and Digital Platforms

Adriana Alejandre, LMFT

Thinking Outside the Box When Building Rapid Response Teams and Humanitarian Partnerships

Kelly Smyth-Dent, LCSW

The Three Pillars of a Thriving Private Practice

Sasha Raskin, LPC

Using Online Automation to Prevent Burnout and Overwhelm

Meredith Case

Donate to our community financial aid fund

You have the option of rounding up your purchase to contribute to the Be Bold Community Access Fund which is an important part of increasing access to all those who may not be able to pay the full fee for an extended package. We all want to grow and scale our impact in the mental health field and we don’t believe that money should get in the way of that. The Community Access Fund allows all of us to pitch in to enhance equity.