HMP to Partner with the Milton H. Erickson Foundation for the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference

HMP to Partner with the Milton H. Erickson Foundation for the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference
8,000+ person conference is the world's largest for mental health professionals and further solidifies HMP's events-first strategy and its dominant position in mental health education

MALVERN, PA — HMP, a leading healthcare event and education company based in Malvern, PA, recently announced it has entered into a partnership agreement with the Milton H. Erickson Foundation for the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference, the world’s largest independent educational event for mental health professionals. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Established in 1985 in celebration of the 100th birthday of psychotherapy, the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference covers emerging research, theory, and clinical practice. Notable keynote speakers have included a range of prominent individuals: Elliot Aronson, Herbert Benson, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Robert Sapolsky, Andrew Weil, and Nobel Laureate, Gerald Edelman. Approximately 7,000 professionals from 50 countries participated in the last conference.

“We look forward to this partnership,” said Jeff Hennessy, chairman and CEO, HMP. “It supports our strategy of building a global portfolio of best-in-class healthcare events and expands our established mental and behavioral health franchise. Above all, we were attracted to this meeting because of the critical role psychotherapy plays in treating persons struggling with mental and physical illnesses. This meeting provides an additional opportunity for HMP to connect clinicians and other professionals with groundbreaking psychotherapy research and deliver clinically relevant education that will improve mental health care in the U.S. and around the world.”

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HMP enjoys a dominant position in mental and behavioral health. In 2018, HMP acquired the Institute for Behavioral Healthcare (IABHC), a prominent provider of education for front-line clinicians, mental health and substance use treatment center executives, public health professionals, and law enforcement officials and it includes the Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit, the largest gathering of government and public health officials working to address the opioid epidemic.

In 2012, the company acquired the U.S. Psychiatric & Mental Health Congress, now known as Psych Congress, the largest independent mental health meeting in the U.S. Over the past seven years, HMP has significantly expanded the portfolio through the development and launch of relevant, complementary offerings, including Elevate by Psych Congress, an educational conference for emerging clinicians; Psych Congress Regional meetings; and the Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Learning Network, a year-round digital resource for mental health professionals. With this latest agreement, HMP will produce more than 300 international, national, regional, and local events across 10 therapeutic areas.

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“We are pleased to have HMP’s leadership on the Evolution meeting,” said Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD, founder and director of the Milton H. Erickson Foundation. “This opportunity allows us to capitalize on synergies within HMP’s expansive network of mental and behavioral health professionals, accelerating our ability to bring the global mental health community together to share ideas, identify commonalities, promote convergence, and highlight the unifying principles that guide effective and successful clinical work.”

Source: HMP Holdings LLC, 70 E Swedesford Rd Ste 100, Malvern PA 19355

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