Proactive Reduction Of Suicide in Populations via Evidence-based Research (PROSPER): Advanced Skills Module 4

Virtual Webinar

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

Transgender Healthcare in Rural Areas – Module 2

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Neil Ragan, MD Learning Objectives: Identify barriers to care for transgender individuals. Understand the basics of medical gender transition. Learn how to create a safe and welcoming medical environment. Click Image for Bio  

Recognizing, Preventing and Addressing Compassion Fatigue Module 2

Virtual Webinar

Lisa Ladendorff, LCSW, CHW Learning Objectives: Gain an understanding of the similarities and differences between burnout and compassion fatigue and the connections between them. List at least five signs of compassion fatigue. Develop a plan for self care practices. Be able to give two examples of how parallel process in an organization impacts workforce wellness.

HHS Program Highlights – HRSA/CMS/SAMSHA Roundtable – Module 2

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Region 10 HHS Operation Divisions - Office of the Regional Director, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the Health Resources and Services Administration, the Administration for Children & Families, and the Administration for Community Living - will provide agency updates relevant to behavioral health integration. Topics:

The ABHIN Story: A Small Grassroots Organization is Making a Big Impact in Systems Transformation – Part 2

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Caitlyn Johnson LMSW, Patricia Gibson MD, Kim Shuler, LCSW, Jenny Post, MA Attendees will learn how the Arkansas Behavioral Health Integration Network transformed from a volunteer workgroup to a Technical Assistance Center Attendees will learn how ABHIN is transforming the health system in Arkansas through Behavioral Health integration Attendees will gain insight into the importance

Keynote – Creating Strengths-Based, High-Performance Teams

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Chris Meade, PhD   Strengths-based Teams help individuals and teams discover, develop, and deploy their unique talents and strengths. When teams understand each other’s unique strengths and discover “what’s right with each other” rather than focusing on “what’s wrong with one another,” teams experience greater engagement, stronger alignment, and improved performance. Learning Objectives: Participants will

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy / fACT – Module 1

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Patricia J. Robinson, PhD & Kirk D. Strosahl, PhD Learning Objectives: Describe the difference between psychological pain and psychological suffering Define experiential avoidance and psychological flexibility Understand the on-going tension between avoidance and approach behaviors and the importance of observational distance Use the Contextual Interview Questions Use the FACT Four Square Tool to conceptualize an

Brain and Behavior: The Science and Evidence for Implicit Bias

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Erick Messias, MD, MPH, PhD At this workshop we will review the evidence from social sciences and neurosciences for bias and prejudice in society. We will use the Stereotype Content Model to organize the notions of warmth and competence and how these ideas influence our behavior. At the conclusion we will review strategies to combat bias

Next! Ramblings about the Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Trial (IBH-PC) Measurement, Workflows, EHRs, and the PIP – Module 1

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Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP This two-session presentation and workshop will review the implications, challenges and limitations from the Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care (IBH-PC) trial and how they inform the next phase of integration, research and practice. We will also explore the initial Practice Integration Profile (PIP) and the evolution to the latest version.

Care Management and Billing Optimization – Module 1

Virtual Webinar

Faith Jones, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FANAI Over the last several years, much emphasis has been placed on meeting the objectives of the Triple Aim: better health for the population, better care for individuals, and lower costs through improvements. As more and more demands are placed on primary care practices, the rise of provider burn out

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy / fACT – Module 2

Virtual Webinar

Patricia J. Robinson, PhD & Kirk D. Strosahl, PhD Learning Objectives: Describe the difference between psychological pain and psychological suffering Define experiential avoidance and psychological flexibility Understand the on-going tension between avoidance and approach behaviors and the importance of observational distance Use the Contextual Interview Questions Use the FACT Four Square Tool to conceptualize an

Next! Ramblings about the Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Trial (IBH-PC) Measurement, Workflows, EHRs, and the PIP – Module 2

Virtual Webinar

Rodger Kessler, PhD, ABPP This two-session presentation and workshop will review the implications, challenges and limitations from the Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care (IBH-PC) trial and how they inform the next phase of integration, research and practice. We will also explore the initial Practice Integration Profile (PIP) and the evolution to the latest version.

Raoul RolfesCare Management and Billing Optimization – Module 2