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Free Online Symposium on Teen and Young Adult Male Depression

July 27, 2022

Dear Colleagues,

I am calling your attention to a special virtual symposium on August 17, 2022 at 6PM ET addressing the problem of Depression among Teen and Young Adult Males.

This free online and high quality symposium is hosted by The Partnership for Male Youth (PMY), and features as highlighted speaker, ABAP 2020 Diplomate Dr. Hector Colon-Rivera

Don't miss this opportunity and please make this information known to your colleagues and patients!

Please see the announcement below (reproduced with permission) for further details, or go directly to this link for more information.


Gregory P. Barclay, M.D., DLFAPA, FASAP President, American Board of Adolescent Psychiatry

The Partnership is pleased to announce the Symposium on Young Males and Depression, part of the 2022 National Symposia on Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Male Health. This symposium will be held on August 17 2022, between 6-8 PM, EST. More detail on this and other symposia, and registration for the August 17 symposium, can be found here.

The virtual series will consist of nine episodes covering a range of topics of interest to those who know or serve young males between the ages of 10 and 25. The symposia will take place over the course of five months, beginning in June. There is no charge. In addition to Young Males and Depression, the Symposia include sessions on the following topics, some of which are covered in less detail as a part of PMY’s recent podcast series -

· An overview of the State of AYA Male Health

· Young Males and ADHD – June 23, 2022video available here

· Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

· Young Males, Healing Partnerships and Promoting Resilience

· Young Males and Body Image and Eating Disorders

· Young Males and Suicide

· Young Males and Reproductive Health

· Young Males, Relationships and Health

Each episode will include audience participation. Please send along any advance questions you may have to

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