Emerging Best Practices Conference

Terms and Conditions

The board has approved the following policy; it is communicated to and confirmed by signature of anyone who may be subject to its parameters:

In fulfillment of its mission, NACBH provides conferences, meetings, and educational programs to foster professional development for behavioral health providers and the community of children’s behavioral health leaders at large. To maintain an environment that supports education, professional development, and peer-to-peer engagement, the following terms have been established. By registering for and participating in the 2023 Emerging Best Practices Conference, individuals agree to abide by these terms – in addition to NACBH’s overall code of conduct:     


NACBH shall not assume any liability for any defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of conference or meeting participants (including, but not limited to speakers, staff, etc.). NACBH shall not assume any liability for any personal injury, property damage (private or public), theft, or damage of any kind at or in connection with a NACBH event.

Intellectual Property

During NACBH conferences, meetings and educational programs, consistent with the educational mission of the association, speakers and NACBH representatives may reference articles, research, publications, and other materials.  Participants are encouraged to use provided conference materials for learning, professional development, and enhancement of professional activities. Participants may not reproduce any copyrighted work in print, video, or digital form in violation of the law. 

Photography and Video Disclosure

NACBH takes photographs and occasional video during its meetings and educational events for use in association advertising, newsletters, and other promotional materials, whether in print, electronic, or other media, including the NACBH website. By participating in this event attendees grant NACBH the right to use their name and image for such purposes.


NACBH is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities and encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. For in-person events, NACBH seeks to contract only with hotels that are in compliance with ADA regulations. NACBH will use its best efforts to honor reasonable disability accommodation requests.

Contact Hours

NACBH’s conference programming is designed to support continuing education needs for behavioral health providers. In general, NACBH does not monitor individual attendance at conference sessions, so it is the responsibility of individual participants to track continuing education contact hours for self-reporting to certifying bodies. NACBH provides a letter attesting to the total number of educational hours included in a conference or event, upon request. 


Attendee registrations may be transferred or canceled by submitting written notification to NACBH. A full refund is available to those who cancel their registration by October 31, 2023. All cancellation requests received after October 31 will not be eligible for a refund. Substitutions (the transfer of a registration to a colleague) for registrations are accepted at any time. For questions or inquiries regarding exceptions, please contact NACBH staff.