Introduction to Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health: The Fundamentals of Clinical & Operational Primary Care Implementation

Virtual Webinar

Jen Yturriondobeitia, MSW, DBH This workshop will provide an overview of fundamentals of integrated behavioral health that are commonly encountered in primary care for clinical and operational implementation. Content will include a combination of didactics and case examples. Learning Objectives: Understand IIBHN Purpose, History, & Resources Explain integrated behavioral health services in primary care settings

Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER) for Gatekeepers

Virtual Webinar

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D Gatekeepers are a critical resource for identifying youths and adults in-crisis within any community or organization. Since suicide is relatively infrequent, rusty skills may leave gatekeepers less prepared to act swiftly and effectively when they encounter someone who is in crisis. This session will help correct misunderstandings about suicide while providing

Chronic Disease 101: Psychosocial Factors and Behavioral Strategies

Virtual Webinar

Amy Walters, PhD Learning Objectives: Understand how psychosocial factors impact diabetes and other chronic medical conditions Discuss concepts to support healthy disease management Learn behavioral strategies to promote positive health behaviors Click Image for Bio

Myths & Misconceptions, History, and Perspectives of Psychiatry

Virtual Webinar

Erick Messias, MD & Patty Gibson, MD History of psychiatry; psychiatrist’s model; approaches to psychiatric patients Learning Objectives: Understand the historical development of psychiatry as a medical specialty List the four main perspectives of psychiatry according to McHugh and Slavney Apply the “four perspectives” model to actual case vignettes Erick Messias, MD Click Image for

Un-diagnosing and Minimizing Medications in Children and Adolescents

Virtual Webinar

Si Steinberg, MD Learning Objectives: Identifying trauma: causes and conditions that mimic DSM V diagnoses Common misdiagnoses: when to be suspicious Over and mis-used medications Setting appropriate medication goals Effective treatment interventions for resolution and/or coping with psychiatric symptoms Criteria for tapering off and eliminating medication Click Image for Bio

Introduction to Idaho Integrated Behavioral Health: The Fundamentals of Clinical & Operational Primary Care Implementation

Virtual Webinar

Jen Yturriondobeitia, MSW, DBH This workshop will provide an overview of fundamentals of integrated behavioral health that are commonly encountered in primary care for clinical and operational implementation. Content will include a combination of didactics and case examples. Learning Objectives: Understand IIBHN Purpose, History, & Resources Explain integrated behavioral health services in primary care settings

Enhancing Motivation for Change and Providing Cessation Support for People Who Use Tobacco

Virtual Webinar

Lisa Ladendorff, LCSW & Connie Sherrard, MSW Northeast Oregon Network (NEON) Learning Objectives: Name three common reasons that motivate people to be interested in stopping tobacco use. Identify what stage of change a person is in at any given point of time in relation to their tobacco use, and be able to identify, based on

Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER) for Gatekeepers

Virtual Webinar

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D Gatekeepers are a critical resource for identifying youths and adults in-crisis within any community or organization. Since suicide is relatively infrequent, rusty skills may leave gatekeepers less prepared to act swiftly and effectively when they encounter someone who is in crisis. This session will help correct misunderstandings about suicide while providing

Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER) for Gatekeepers

Virtual Webinar

Kent Corso, PsyD, BCBA-D Gatekeepers are a critical resource for identifying youths and adults in-crisis within any community or organization. Since suicide is relatively infrequent, rusty skills may leave gatekeepers less prepared to act swiftly and effectively when they encounter someone who is in crisis. This session will help correct misunderstandings about suicide while providing

Valley Family Health Care Data Project: The Role of Data In Behavioral Health Integration

Virtual Webinar

Crystal Clifford, BS, C-CHW & Jenn Rolfes, DBH, MS, MBA Where do we start? Designing a data Collection and analysis plan How do I tailor visualizations for different audiences? Lessons Learned Learning Objectives: How do we measure impact? Where is the data? What does it tell us? How to design a methodology for data collection

Enhancing Motivation for Change and Providing Cessation Support for People Who Use Tobacco

Virtual Webinar

Lisa Ladendorff, LCSW & Connie Sherrard, MSW Northeast Oregon Network (NEON) Learning Objectives: Name three common reasons that motivate people to be interested in stopping tobacco use. Identify what stage of change a person is in at any given point of time in relation to their tobacco use, and be able to identify, based on

ADHD in Primary Care & Integration of Care for Perinatal People with Opioid Use Disorder

Virtual Webinar

Julie Le, DO & Jessica Coker, MD ADHD in Primary Care Learning Objectives: To address common myths and misconceptions seen in ADHD To better understand adult presentations of ADHD To develop a practical approach for screening and assessing ADHD in adults To become more comfortable with treatment options available for ADHD patients. Integration of Care

Raoul RolfesIIBHN 2021 Series 2 – Kickoff!