Conference Tracks and Breakout Sessions

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 4

Breakout Sessions

Breakout 1a | Breakout 1b | Breakout 1c | Breakout 1d | Breakout 2a | Breakout 2b | Breakout 2c | Breakout 2d

Breakout 1a

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

12:30 to 2:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 1: Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care: Training Models to Reach Rural and Medically Underserved Populations

Breakout Session

1a

Presentation Title

Advanced Training in Integrated Pediatric Behavioral Health

Abstract Presentations

Preparing Psychology Interns for Integrated Pediatric Primary Care Urban Practice

Integration of Behavioral Health to Enhance Quality of Primary Care for an Underserved Pediatric Population: Lessons Learned

Reaching our underserved neighbors: Adventures in introduction of integrated behavioral health to rural primary care practices

Presenter(s)

Paul Robins, Ph.D.
Jennifer Mautone, Ph.D.
Billie Schwartz, Ph.D.
Thomas Power, Ph.D

Sara Sherer, Ph.D.
Melissa, Carson, Psy.D.
Emily Christina Haranin, Ph.D.
Bradley Ogden Hudson, Psy.D.
Sarah Hudson, Ph.D.,
Kristy Macias, B.A.

Joseph Evans, PhD
Holly Roberts, PhD

Institution

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, and the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California and the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles

University of Nebraska Medical Center - Munroe Meyer Institute

Objectives

  1. Utilize a public health model and family engagement strategies when providing behavioral health services in urban, medically underserved pediatric primary care practices utilize a public health model and family engagement strategies.
  2. Identify three strategies or methods that can be used by organizations seeking to integrate psychologists into primary care settings
  3. Identify barriers and business strategies for delivery of integrated behavioral health in rural pediatric integrated care practice.

 

Breakout 1b

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

12:30 to 2:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 2: Evidence-Based/Culturally Informed Practices to Reach Children, Adolescent and Transitional-Age Youth; Rural and Other Underserved Populations

Breakout Session

1b

Presentation Title

Cultural Competence In Treating Trauma and Substance Use

Abstract Presentations

Youth-Oriented Substance Abuse and Trauma Counseling (YOSAT) Training Program: An Innovative Model for MSW Student Education

Conceptual Framework and Culturally Competent, Evidence-Based Skills for MSW Students

Chippewa Cree Tribe Stone Child College Rural Public Health Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Certificate Program.

Presenter(s)

Laura Otto-Salaj, Ph.D.
James Topitzes, Ph.D.
Lisa Berger, Ph.D.
Jeanne Wagner, MSW
Daria Mueller, Ph.D.

Diane Mirabito, DSW, LCSW
Aminda Heckman Chomsnczuk, PhD, LCSW

Elinor Nault Wright, M. Ed.

Institution

University of Wisconsin- Milwaukie

New York University Silver School of Social Work

Stone Child College

Objectives

  1. Describe student, program, and community capacity, through integration and enhancement of evidence-based and culturally-tailored curricula in trauma-informed care and substance abuse counseling
  2. Describe the integrated/interdisciplinary training to second-year MSW students for practice with poverty-impacted high-risk youth
  3. Describe “Fire that is beginning to Stand” Rural Public Health certificate program that addresses historical trauma.

 

Breakout 1c

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

12:30 to 2:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 3: High Performing Academic/Community Collaborations and Partnerships in Behavioral Health

Breakout Session

1c

Presentation Title

Innovative Academic and County Level Partnerships and Impact in Behavioral Health Practice

Abstract Presentations

A Dose of Reality: Partnering with an Addictions Recovery Community to Add Authenticity to SBIRT Training for Nurse Practitioner and Social Work Students

Integrative Care for Older Adults and Victims of Trauma: Training the Future Workforce of Clinical Psychologists Through Academic/Community Collaborations

Innovative University/County-Level Partnership Building to Deliver Quality Integrated Healthcare

Presenter(s)

Kathleen Schachman, FNP-BC, PPCNP-BC, PhD
Sherry Kaufman, DNP, FNP-BC
Trisha Charbonneau-Ivey, BA, MSHL
Kimberly Martini-Toth , LMSW, QIDP

Leilani Feliciano, Ph.D.
Laura Engleman, M.A.

Mary Ruffolo, Ph.D., LMSW
Daicia Price, MSW, LMSW
Andrea Smith, MSW, LLSW

Institution

Saginaw Valley State University, University Clinic, Bay-Arenac Behavioral Health Authority

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

University of Michigan School of Social Work and Detroit Wayne County Mental Health Authority

Objectives

  1. Employ strategies to address the challenges related to organizational changes needed to support the partnership building and workforce training goals.
  2. Evaluate the effectiveness of tools and strategies in fostering practice improvement in an interprofessional integrated clinic (primary care/behavioral health).
  3. Increase clinical skills in providing evidence-based mental health services within integrated care settings.

 

Breakout 1d

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

12:30 to 2:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 4: Emerging Issues for the Behavioral Health Workforce: Diversity, Distribution, and Access to Care

Breakout Session

1d

Presentation Title

Multi-modal Methods of Training and Collaboration to Improve Access to Behavioral Health Services in Rural and Underserved Areas

Abstract Presentations

Ohio University & Hopewell Health Centers, Inc. – A Successful Collaboration Serving Children & Youth with High Behavioral Health Needs in Rural South-Eastern Ohio

Preparing the Behavioral Health Workforce for Integrated Care in Rural Communities

Hybrid Training Approach to Enhance the Capacity of Recovery Residence Managers to Service Transition-Age Youth with Opioid Use Disorders

Presenter(s)

Sherry Shamblin, Ph.D., PCC-S
Christine Suniti Bhat, Ph.D., LPC, LSC

Michelle Levy, MA
Cheryl Holmes, MPA
Christina Boyd, LSCSW, LCAC

Jason Howell, MBA, PRS

Institution

Ohio University and Hopewell Health Centers, Inc.

University of Kansas

Soberhood / Recovery People

Objectives

  1. Identify challenges in offering behavioral health education and training in rural communities.
  2. Describe opportunities in offering behavioral health education and training in rural communities.
  3. Identify three (3) developmental approaches used in behavioral health and rural communities.

 

Breakout 2a

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

2:30 to 4:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 1: Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care: Training Models to Reach Rural and Medically Underserved Populations

Breakout Session

2a

Presentation Title

Clinical Competence and Models of Interprofessional Practice and Integrated Care

Abstract Presentations

Evaluation of GLOBE Youth: An Interprofessional Behavioral Health Training Program

Preparing the Behavioral Health Workforce for Rural Practice in Primary Care: Implementation and Evaluation of a Graduate Certificate Training Program

Supporting Future Psychologists Committed to the Underserved in Integrated Primary Care Health Settings

Presenter(s)

McClain Sampson, Ph.D.
Danielle Parrish, Ph.D.

Carrie W. Rishel, PhD, MSW
Helen P. Hartnett, PhD, MSW

Deborah Seymour, Psy.D.
Shandra Brown Levy, Ph.D.
Jonathan Muther, PhD.
Sam Hubley, Ph.D.
Yajaira Johnson-Esparza, Ph.D.
Cyanela Hernandez Borrero, Psy.D.
Audrey Blakeley-Smith, Ph.D.

Institution

University of Houston

West Virginia University

University of Colorado, School of Medicine

Objectives

  1. Describe curriculum development that promotes clinical skills or competency in interprofessional and integrated behavioral health practice.
  2. Identify strategies for program innovation to support behavioral health workforce development.
  3. Identify training program components that facilitate the development of professional identities.

 

Breakout 2b

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

2:30 to 4:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Combo Track

Breakout Session

2b

Presentation Title

The Changing Landscape of Behavioral Health Programs- Integration, Program Development and Sustainability

Abstract Presentations

Needs and Challenges of Public Health Social Work (PHSW) Programs: Implications for Behavioral Health Workforce

Sustainability of Community-Based Workforce Development: Lessons from a White House Initiative

Moving Beyond “Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care”: How True “Integrated Primary Care” Can Optimize Service Delivery to Underserved Populations

Presenter(s)

Gary S. Cuddeback, Ph.D.
Misha A. Zorich, MSW, MDiv.
Robert H. Keefe, Ph.D.

Bruce Ecker, PhD
Stacey Lambert, PsyD

Andrew Cohen, PhD
Kenya Malcolm, PhD
Sandy Jee, MD, MPH
Kayla Hunt, PsyD
Linda Alpert-Gillis, PhD

Institution

University of Maryland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Pittsburgh

William James College

University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry

Objectives

  1. Describe key challenges to developing and sustaining public health/social work (PHSW) dual degree programs and discuss the implications of PHSW challenges with respect to growing the behavioral health workforce.
  2. Describe key infrastructure building blocks for fostering behavioral health integration within a pediatric primary care setting (e.g., electronic medical record components, shared workspace, interdisciplinary training and education, utilization data).
  3. Describe a mixed model of post-grant internship sustainment, including insurance reimbursement, contracts from agencies, and institutional contributions, all for the purpose of fostering workforce development.

 

Breakout 2c

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

2:30 to 4:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 3: High Performing Academic/Community Collaborations and Partnerships in Behavioral Health

Breakout Session

2c

Presentation Title

Evaluation of Multidisciplinary Community Partnerships in Behavioral Health and Impact on Patient Outcomes

Abstract Presentations

Strengthening Interdisciplinary Partnerships through Integrated Care

Reducing Behavioral Health Disparities Through an Innovative Academic/Community Partnership

Off the Beaten Path: Delivering Hope to Peers Far and Wide

Presenter(s)

Jennifer Fuller-Christie, FNP
Jeffrey Gering, FACH
Mark Manning, DNP Student

Thistle Elias, DrPH, MPA
Melissa Knorr, MSW, MPH
Art Donsky, MPH, MSW, D.Div.
Mark Friedman, PhD
Steve Albert, PhD, MSc
Misha Zorich, MSW, MDiv

Susan Mansfield, MSW, CSW

Institution

Family Health Centers of San Diego

University of Pittsburgh

Utah Department of Human Services and Utah State University

Objectives

  1. Develop a distance-learning program which provides a cost-effective, personal and connected classroom experience for all trainees.
  2. Identify partnerships in their community that can serve as sites for inclusive, integrated, multidisciplinary education and training.
  3. Identify integrated care competencies and mental health screenings used for improved patient outcomes.

 

Breakout 2d

Conference Date

9/13/2017

Time

2:30 to 4:15 p.m.

Conference Track

Track 4: Emerging Issues for the Behavioral Health Workforce: Diversity, Distribution, and Access to Care

Breakout Session

2d

Presentation Title

Innovative Methods that Improve Access to Care

Abstract Presentations

Enhancing Culturally Competent Care for Latino Youth in a Primary Care Setting

NKU-CAT PROJECT: A MIXED METHODS PROJECT EVALUATION OF COMPETENCY AND COMMUNITY IMPACT

Integration of Care in Tribal Communities and American Indian/Alaska Native-serving Agencies: Emergent Issues from the Field

Presenter(s)

Andrea Kulish, M.A.
Alexandra Cupito, M.A.
Gabriela Livas Stein, Ph.D.
Susan Keane, Ph.D.

Vanessa Hunn, MSW, Ph.D.
Amy Trostle, MSW
Dana Harley,MSW
James Canfield, MSW, Ph.D.
Megan Lindsey, MSW, Ph.D. ABD
Amanda Brown, MSSW, Ph.D.

Christopher Sharp, MSW, MPA
Edwin Gonzalez, MSW

Institution

University of North Carolina- Greensboro

Northern Kentucky University

Arizona State University

Objectives

  1. Identify impact of cultural competence in behavioral health integration, quality of care, and continued access to care for underserved populations.
  2. Identify culturally relevant practices in provision of behavioral health and establishing partnerships with underserved communities.
  3. Identify innovative and culturally appropriate program evaluation methods within the context of underserved/underrepresented populations.
Date Last Reviewed:  September 2017