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Mind the Mind Symposium

Harmony in Healing

Uniting for mental wellness.

UW-Green Bay and Mental Health America Lakeshore are partnering to host the second annual Mind the Mind Symposium at Blue Harbor Resort, Wednesday, June 19, 2024. The event will focus on the collective effort needed to promote mental wellness across communities and professions.

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GROUP Discount

If you are interested in a group discount, please email Melissa Betke to learn more.

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Mental Health America Lakeshore

Leader in Mental Health Education

Mental Health America Lakeshore is an affiliate of the nation's leading community-based nonprofit, MHA, dedicated to addressing the needs of those with mental illness. Since 1953 our mental health resource agency has promoted mental wellness through education, prevention programming, advocacy, and resource referrals for care and recovery.

Symposium Details

Find out more about the Mind the Mind Symposium.


Join us Wednesday, June 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Limited availability!


This is an in-person event at Blue Harbor Resort, 725 Blue Harbor Dr, Sheboygan, WI 53081.


General admission is $150. Continuing education (CE) credit is $175. Breakfast & lunch are included.

Continuing Education

All sessions are approved for continuing education credit hours for social workers, therapists and counselors. 0.5 CEUs/5 CEHs. 

Conference Schedule

When you register for the conference, you will receive a packet of information and a tote.

The welcome and keynote speaker presentation will take place in the main room. Our keynote speaker is Sinclair Ceasar III, CEO Sinclairity Consulting LLC.

  • Mental Health + Leadership: Embracing Imperfections Through Storytelling

Please travel to your desired Session 1 breakout. Rooms for breakout presentations will be provided in conference packet.

Please choose from the following breakouts:

  • Mental Health at Work: Breaking Stigma in the Trades
  • Unmasking the Cultural Drivers of Burnout
  • Living Beyond Our Scars
  • Prioritizing Mental Health as a Workplace Safety Issue
  • Good Grief!

Please travel to your desired Session 2 breakout. Rooms for breakout presentations will be provided in conference packet.

Please choose from the following breakouts:

  • Brainspotting: A Mind/Body Therapy Tool
  • Forgiveness is the Future
  • Balancing Act: Work-Life Integration for Health and Human Service Professionals
  • It's Not an Anger Problem
  • The Role of Humanism in the Workplace

Lunch will take place in the main room. We will be serving a variety of entrees, including vegan and gluten-free.

Please choose from the following breakouts:

  • Introduction to Internal Family Systems Therapy: An Evidence-Based Model for Healing
  • Using the Eneeagram in Your Therapy Practice
  • Movement and Mental Health Benefits
  • The Mind-Body Connection: Exploring the Impact of Food Intolerance on Mental Health

Please travel to your desired Session 4 breakout. Rooms for breakout presentations will be provided in conference packet.

Please choose from the following breakouts:

  • Understanding the Five Workplace Appreciation Languages
  • Tapping into Your Health: Using Emotional Freedom Techniques for Self-Care and Empowerment
  • Grow Where You're Planted: Holistic Leadership Development for Service-Based Leaders
  • How to Tell Your Mental Health Story

Please return to the main room for the conclusion of our conference.

Our presenters, sponsors and other vendors will be available to you for questions or contact info. You may also view the exhibit of posters created by students, showcasing their research, projects and initiatives.

Shake it Off with TRE®

We are also offering an optional session for an additional $20 that is limited to the first eight people.

Get to Know the Speakers

Learn more about the speakers and their topics in a detailed overview.

Speaker Topics


Make sure to choose the registration link that's most relevant to you.

Call for Student Posters

Mind the Mind Symposium

June 19, 2024
Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan

We invite students to showcase their research, projects, and initiatives related to mental health at our upcoming Mind the Mind Symposium. This is an opportunity to share your insights, experiences, and efforts in promoting mental well-being within your communities.

Submission Guidelines:
  • Eligibility: Student of all levels are eligible to submit posters. Collaborative efforts among students are also welcome. Previously presented posters are welcomed.
  • Poster Content: Your poster could present a research study, literature review or present an experience related to mental health.
  • Submission Deadline: Please submit your poster abstract and a brief bio by May 15, 2024.
  • Describe Your Idea: Submit a 250-300 word abstract describing the content and purpose of your poster with keywords related to your mental health topic.
  • Submission Instructions: Please complete the submission form.

Submit Your Idea

Meet Our Sponsors

Breakfast Sponsor

United Way of Sheboygan County

Expo Sponsor

Bellin Health Psychiatric Center


Destination Kohler
Kohler Choose Well Live Well
Kohler HeadsUP
Krier Foods Beverage Contract Packing
Rogers Behavioral Health
Rohde Brothers, Inc.
Sargento Cheese
Sartori Cheese
Sheboygan County Wisconsin
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Lakeshore Community Health Care

Willow Creek Behavioral Health

UW-Green Bay staff Melissa

Need Guidance?

We’re here to help. If you have questions about the conference, please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our Program Specialists.

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