2022 National AOT Symposium and Learning Collaborative

Registration is now closed. 

Attendance for this event is FREE. However, there will be a charge of $150 for any cancellations after October 6, 2022 or for no shows.

Continuing education credits will be applied for through Texas professional licensing boards. Out of state attendees will receive a certificate with the appropriate credentials and be responsible for verifying them with their own state licensing agencies.

Vaccine Protocol- Updated September 1, 2022
All attendees will be required to show proof that they are up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines. According to the CDC, you are up to date when you have received all doses in the primary series and all boosters recommended for you, when eligible. If you do not have such proof, you can alternatively take a rapid COVID-19 test that yields a negative result prior to entry. You can provide your own test kit or one will be provided for you. Please allow extra time when checking in as the test takes 15 minutes to complete.

Testimonials from the 2019 National AOT Symposium and Learning Collaborative

The flow of the program met me where I was at in terms of AOT knowledge and built upon it.

The speakers were powerful (although I was tired of crying after awhile).

Our team is going home with new ideas to improve our program.

I enjoyed getting together and networking with other people who have the same goal of helping to improve the lives of those living with untreated mental illness caught in the revolving door.

I enjoyed the Q&A opportunities. You could hear issues people encountered as well as possible solutions.

I appreciate that it was free!

I appreciated the participation of several judges and their willingness to share their insights into the court process.