Registration and Hotel Information
Registration Coming August/September
> Early Rate before October 20th: $78
> Late Rate after October 20th: $95
> ForProfit Rate: $155
Agenda Coming Soon
Kellogg Hotel - Coming Soon
Block room rates reserved for the special rate of $120 plus tax for single or double occupancy. Refer to group code: 2011PARENT. The cut-off date for special hotel reservations rate:
October 19, 2020, with no exceptions.
28th Annual PAM Conference
We can all help make positive changes in our communities one family at a time. The planning committee is dedicated to ensuring that the conference has a large number of diverse and wide array of quality workshops and content for our audience. Come and get recharged about your important work with parents, families, and children in Michigan!
Workshop Proposal Request
We are looking for relevant information on issues, programs, and resources related to parents and families. Suggested feedback from last year include topics on fatherhood; anxiety, suicide prevention; mental health; trauma; adverse childhood experiences; bullying, LGBTQ; mindfulness; resilience; substance misuse.
More topics include. Click here
Space is limited. You are not guaranteed a display table.
When we receive your request before October 26, 2020.
You will receive an email confirming your exhibit proposal with
instructions and a link to register.
Prize Contributor: Item with a value of $25, or more for end-of conference drawing
Ice Cream Social/Swag item, Conference bag
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Christine Triano, MSW, LCSW
Adult & Adolescent Psychotherapist
Director of Mental Health
The Center for Connection
"The Epic Battle of Preparation vs. Protection"
How do we help keep our kids safe – physically, emotionally, and mentally – while at the same time preparing them to face the unique stages of their development? From preschool through high school, to college and beyond, each new age and stage presents opportunities to help them leverage up and cultivate resilience. The trick is managing anxieties and impulses as we learn to be the safe, yet expansive, container our kids need to grow and thrive.