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All workshops will be held in the ISU Pond Student Union Building 

Wednesday, May 8th

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Anxiety (7 CE hours)

Matt Ashton, Ph.D and Cameron Staley, Ph.D

All Day - 8:00am- 4:30pm

Lunch 12pm-1pm (not provided)

Salmon River Suites

Detailed information on ACT presentation & presenters 

Thursday, May 9th

Autism Spectrum Disorer: Identification and Treatment Considerations (3 CE hours)

Rob Riske, Ph.D, and students from the ISU CARES lab


Salmon River Suites

Detailed information on ASD presentation & presenter

Lunch 11:30am-1pm (not provided)

Sexuality in Counseling: Integrating Sex Positivity in Counseling Psychology Practice (3 CE hours)

Sally Bodkin, M. Coun and Rick Pongratz, Ph.D


Salmon River Suites

Detailed information on Sexuality presentation & presenters

Friday, May 10th

Ethics: Beyond the Binary: Empowering Transgender Students and Communities (4 CE hours)

Theodore R. Burnes, Ph.D


Little Wood River Room

Detailed information on Trans Care presentation & presenter

Lunch 12:30pm-1:30pm (not provided)

Self-Care and Resiliency (3 CE hours)

Mindful Movement and Self Care

Kathleen Diehl, MFA, MSW


Salmon River Suites

Detailed information on Mindful Movement presentation & presenter

Protecting Ourselves: Increasing Resilience as Practitioners

Susan MaComb, M.Coun


Salmon River Suites

Detailed information on Protecting Ourselves presentation & presenter


Please note that there are two different registration forms. There is no need to register on both forms. One form is intended to be used if you would like to earn CEUs and are able to pay with credit card only, while the other is to be used if you do not intend on earning CEUs or wish to pay with cash or check at the door. 

Registration for Wellness Symposium with credit card payment ONLY 

Registration for Wellness Symposium for no CEUs OR NON credit card payment 









Contact Us


(208) 282-2130
Graveley Hall, South Tower, Room 351

Idaho Falls:
(208) 282-7750
Bennion Student Union Building, 2nd Floor, Room 223

Fall/Spring: M-F 8-5
Summer: M-F 7:30-4

Neep help improving your social connectedness?

Volunteer. It's a great way for you to start building a sense of community, which in turn can help you make new friends and connect with others. 

Join a group. If  you enjoy reading or dancing, joining a book club or dance group can be a good way to meet people with similar interests.

Explore a new activity. Take a friend and enroll in a painting, exercise, or pottery class. It can be a good way to meet new people and expand your social group.