NAMI Wisconsin Announces Annual Conference 2020 Keynote Speaker

We are thrilled to announce Dr. Judith A. Cook as the keynote speaker for our NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference 2020! Dr. Cook is a professor and director at the Center on Mental Health Services Research & Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is an internationally recognized authority on mental health services research, specifically the study of clinical and rehabilitation outcomes of children and adults receiving community-based care.

Along with our keynote speaker, a few examples of the amazing breakout sessions we will feature include:

  • Ask the Expert: Alcohol Use Disorder: Updates on Treatment, Public Health and Stigma
  • From Police Crisis to Recovery: Navigating Wisconsin’s Mental Health Labyrinth
  • Understanding the Complexities of Eating Disorders and the Importance of a Multidisciplinary Team
  • Rethinking Coercion: Legal and Scientific Perspectives on Alternatives to Involuntary Commitment
  • Supporting and Enhancing the Role of Family in Mental Illness Recovery: What providers, consumers, and family members need to know

A full list of our breakout sessions will be announced in early 2020. For more information about the conference, visit