Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER): Intermediate Level Skills – Full Day Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 400BC 850 Front Street, Boise, ID

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D A recent study found therapists less willing to treat patients with suicidal symptoms due to therapists’ self-identified lack of training and resources. Less than 50% of graduate training programs in mental health provide formal instruction on suicide risk assessment, and such training equals 90 minutes on average. This session is ideal

Value Based Payments: An Introduction to Developing a Business Case and Model for Integrated Care – Full Day Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 410C 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Lesley Manson, PsyD In this workshop, participants will learn about value-based payment (VBP) models and specific steps toward developing VBP models for integrated care organizations and programs. A combination of learning about incentives, disincentives, paying for performance, and national standards for integrated care performance metrics will be reviewed. Further, participants will have opportunity to build

Behavioral Foundations in Integration – Three Part Workshop Module 3

Boise Centre - Room 410A 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Amy Walters, PhD This course will provide an overview of behavioral science principles which are applicable to clinical practice in integration.  Participants will be provided with practical examples of how to use behavioral principles in clinical work with a variety of presenting issues and given the opportunity to practice these skills in a small group

Quality of Life and Persistent Pain: Using Focused ACT in A Primary Care Class – Full Day Workshop Module 3

Boise Centre - Room 420AB 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Patti Robinson, PhD MOUNTAINVIEW CONSULTING Learning Objectives: Provide examples of responding to pain with great openness, awareness, and engagement. Use an intervention to help patients with persistent pain make a stronger connection with their values. Use an intervention to help patients with persistent pain connect with feelings of calm and safety. Use an intervention to

Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER): Intermediate Level Skills – Full Day Workshop Module 3

Boise Centre - Room 400BC 850 Front Street, Boise, ID

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D A recent study found therapists less willing to treat patients with suicidal symptoms due to therapists’ self-identified lack of training and resources. Less than 50% of graduate training programs in mental health provide formal instruction on suicide risk assessment, and such training equals 90 minutes on average. This session is ideal

New Psychotherapeutic Techniques in Chronic Pain and Functional Syndromes – Two Part Workshop Module 1

Boise Centre - Room 410B 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

David Clarke, MD Learning Objectives: Understand the difference between Central vs Peripheral Pain Be aware of Psychotherapeutic Techniques that can alleviate Central Pain and Functional Symptoms Have follow-up options for learning to incorporate these techniques into routine practice Click Image for Bio

Value Based Payments: An Introduction to Developing a Business Case and Model for Integrated Care – Full Day Workshop Module 3

Boise Centre - Room 410C 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Lesley Manson, PsyD In this workshop, participants will learn about value-based payment (VBP) models and specific steps toward developing VBP models for integrated care organizations and programs. A combination of learning about incentives, disincentives, paying for performance, and national standards for integrated care performance metrics will be reviewed. Further, participants will have opportunity to build

Telehealth Idaho Independent Provider Integration Network (TIIPIN): How Independent Providers are Responding to Telehealth Needs in Idaho.

Boise Centre - Room 410A 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Brad Raburn, LCPC & Denise Jensen, LMSW Topics: Telehealth in Idaho Addressing Telehealth Metrics Challenges with Data Measurement Challenges with Urban vs Rural access Current Policy Implications Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Telehealth Learning Objectives: Participants will be introduced to the TIIPIN Participants will learn the challenges with delivering telehealth services in Idaho Participants will

Quality of Life and Persistent Pain: Using Focused ACT in A Primary Care Class – Full Day Workshop Module 4

Boise Centre - Room 420AB 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Patti Robinson, PhD MOUNTAINVIEW CONSULTING Learning Objectives: Provide examples of responding to pain with great openness, awareness, and engagement. Use an intervention to help patients with persistent pain make a stronger connection with their values. Use an intervention to help patients with persistent pain connect with feelings of calm and safety. Use an intervention to

Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER): Intermediate Level Skills – Full Day Workshop Module 4

Boise Centre - Room 400BC 850 Front Street, Boise, ID

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D A recent study found therapists less willing to treat patients with suicidal symptoms due to therapists’ self-identified lack of training and resources. Less than 50% of graduate training programs in mental health provide formal instruction on suicide risk assessment, and such training equals 90 minutes on average. This session is ideal

New Psychotherapeutic Techniques in Chronic Pain and Functional Syndromes – Two Part Workshop Module 2

Boise Centre - Room 410B 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

David Clarke, MD Learning Objectives: Understand the difference between Central vs Peripheral Pain Be aware of Psychotherapeutic Techniques that can alleviate Central Pain and Functional Symptoms Have follow-up options for learning to incorporate these techniques into routine practice Click Image for Bio

Value Based Payments: An Introduction to Developing a Business Case and Model for Integrated Care – Full Day Workshop Module 4

Boise Centre - Room 410C 850 W Front Street, Boise, ID

Lesley Manson, PsyD In this workshop, participants will learn about value-based payment (VBP) models and specific steps toward developing VBP models for integrated care organizations and programs. A combination of learning about incentives, disincentives, paying for performance, and national standards for integrated care performance metrics will be reviewed. Further, participants will have opportunity to build

raoulrolfes@c-who.orgIIBHN 2021 Series 2 – Kickoff!