Agenda

7:00 - 8:00 REGISTRATION, EXHIBITS & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

8:00 - 9:20 KICK-OFF, POSTING OF THE COLORS & WELCOME

University Neuropsychiatric Institute, Event Founder Utah National Guard Youth Care

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: BREAKING THE CYCLE OF FAMILY TRAUMA * ❖

Mark Wolynn - Director, Family Constellation Institute; Award winning author; Sought-after speaker (supported by YouthCare)

9:20 - 9:30 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

9:30 - 11:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

ENHANCE YOUR OUTCOMES WITH PEER SPECIALISTS
Cami Roundy, FRF, CPSS - Recovery Resiliency & Peer Support Program Manager, UDSAMH
Pam Bennett, LCSW - Adult Mental Health Program Administrator II, UDSAMH

GAINING MORE IMPORTANCE IN TODAY'S WORLD: CRIMINOGENIC RISK FACTORS
Don Rosenbaum, PhD - Utah State Hospital

HEALTHY MINDS & BODIES: BRAIN & BODY HEALTH FOR LONGEVITY
Sarah Shizuko Morimoto, PsyD - Assoc. Professor & Cognitive Remediation Director, U of U School of Medicine

LIGHTENING ROUND: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LGBTQ CLIENTS
Kim Mack, LCSW (Coordinator) Owner, Wiconi Counseling Center; Therapist, Ascendant Behavioral Health
Hollie Hancock, CMHCClinical Director, Healing Science Retreat; Assoc. Professor, U of U School of Social Work
Jerilyn Hassell Pool, BS Executive Director, QueerMeals and safeXmas
Brandon Jenson, LCSWClinical Social Worker, Flourish Counseling Services

NEW & CURRENT APPROACHES TO MEDICAL STABILIZATION IN ADDICTION
Michael Coudreaut, MD Psychiatrist, Intermountain Health Care
Stephanie Gelman, MD Infectious Disease & Internal Medicine
Dean Mayer, MD, FACP Chief Medical Officer, Riverton Hospital
Eddie Stenehjem, MD, MScMedical Director, IHC Office of Patient Experience

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF ACT FOR ANXIETY
Marc Porritt, PhD Clinical Psychologist, UNI

PSYCHIATRY FOR THE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER *

TREATMENT OF TREATMENT-RESISTANT DEPRESSION (9:30 - 10:30)
Paula Gibbs, MD Medical Director U of U Hospital 5 West

TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL USE DISORDER IN PRIMARY CARE (10:30 11:15)
Paula Jane Cook, MD Addiction Medicine Specialist, UNI

RAPE MYTHS & THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF SEXUAL TRAUMA
Jim Asbrand, PhD Psychologist & Director, City Center Psychology

TAKING A CORE LANGUAGE APPROACH
Mark Wolynn - as above

11:00 11:15 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

11:15 12:30 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

DIAL 'M' FOR MALPRACTICE ETHICAL PRACTICES TO DECREASE LIABILITY (E)
Trent C. Holmberg, MD Psychiatrist; Private Practice; Utah Psychiatric Association

DRUG TRENDS STRIKING EVERY AGE
Brian S. Besser, MA DEA Utah Agent in Charge, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

EFFECTIVE RESOLUTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS CONFRONTING INHERITED FAMILY TRAUMA
Mark Wolynn - as above

HOOKED ON SEX: CAN SEX BE AN ADDICTION? HOW WE CAN UNDERSTAND & TREAT OUT-OF CONTROL SEXUAL BEHAVIORS
Michael Allison, LMFT, ACS Owner & Clinical Sexologist, Shared Expectations; Clinical Supervisor, Deer Hollow Recovery & Wellness

HOW TO NOTICE & CARE FOR PERINATAL MOOD & ANXIETY DISORDERS
Lyndsey Proctor, LCSW Owner & Clinical Director, Serenity Recovery & Wellness

LIGHTENING ROUND: CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES - CASE MANAGEMENT, PEER SUPPORT, DE, FORENSIC COMPETENCY, AND OVERALL INTEGRATION / COLLABORATION
Pete Caldwell, MPA   Program Manager & Telehealth Services Co-Administrator, UDSAMH
Jeremy Christensen, LCSW (Moderator) Assoc. Director, UDSAMH
LeAnne Huff, MEd, CMHC— Program Administrator, UDSAMH
Lindsey W. North, PhD Supervisory Psychologist, Utah State Hospital
Cami Roundy, FRF, CPSS Recovery Resiliency & Peer Support Program Manager, UDSAMH

OKAY, YOU HAVE AN ADDICTION PROBLEM, SO, WHAT DO WE DO NOW?
Eric Barker, MD Medical Director, DaySpring Clinic Logan

PSYCHIATRY FOR THE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER *

CURRENT CHALLENGES IN DIAGNOSING & TREATING ADULT ADHD (11:15-12:00)
Rachel Weir, MD Assistant Professor & MH Integration Program Director, U of U

TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS (12:00 12:45)

THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY: PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS
Kamile M. Weischedel, MD Assistant Clinical Professor, U of U

12:30 - 1:30 LUNCHEON

1:30 - 3:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

ETHICS: A POTPOURRI FACING CLINICIANS (E)
Brian D. Augustyn, PhD Clinical Psychologist, UNI

HOPE THROUGH mTBI TREATMENT; HOW fMRI DIRECTED CONCUSSION TREATMENT AIDS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALING OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS
Alina K. Fong, PhD Clinical Director, Cognitive FX

INTEGRATION OF MULTICULTURAL FACTORS INTO PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
Danielle McEachern, PsyD Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellow, Utah State Hospital
Chaz Anthony Rich, BS Undergraduate Intern, Brigham Young University

LIGHTENING ROUND: TECHNOLOGY IN THERAPY: CATCH THE WAVE & DO IT RIGHT (E-30')
Eric Tadehara, LCSW (Coordinator) - UDSAMH

LIGHTENING ROUND: THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC & CHANGING PRACTICE
Eric Barker, MD Medical Director, DaySpring Clinic Logan
Audrey Jiricko, MD OB/GYN, Inter­mountain Healthcare
Joel G. Porter, MD Assoc. Medical Director, Intermountain Healthcare Family Medicine
Debbie Scovill, MPA, LCSW (Coordinator) SUD Coordinator, Intermountain Healthcare
Jeremiah West, MD Medical Director, Layton Intermountain Chronic Pain

PSYCHIATRY FOR THE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER *

USE OF BRIEF THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS DURING PRMARY CARE VISITS (1:30 - 2:30)
Dave Eldredge, LCSW Behavioral Health Integration Manager, U of U Health Community Clinics Provider Group

DIFFERENTIALLY DIAGNOSING THE PATIENT W/BIPOLAR DISORDER (2:30 - 3:15)
Roxanne Bartel, MD- UNI

THE MAKING & UN-MAKING OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS
Lorna Smith Benjamin, PhD, ABPP Psychologist, Private Practice; Author, Lecturer

TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE: IS IT REALLY IMPORTANT? HOW DO YOU GET THERE?
Douglas Goldsmith, PhD Psychologist, Private Practice; Co-Founder, "Bridging the Gap"

SHIFTING FOCUS FROM SYMPTOMS TO VALUES
Ben Pearson, LCSW Clinical Director, Choice Recovery Outpatient

3:00 - 3:15 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

3:15 - 4:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER THAT ARE ACTUALLY HELPFUL: A DBT PERSPECTIVE
Amanda L. Rapacz, PsyD Psychology Training Director, Utah State Hospital
Hillary Urban, MA -Doctoral Psychology Intern, Utah State Hospital

ATTACHMENT & REFLECTIVE FUNCTIONING IN ADULTS
Douglas Goldsmith, PhD as above
David Oppenheim, PhD Professor, University of Haifa, Israel; Co-Founder, "Bridging the Gap"

PORTRAIT OF A CAREGIVER
Jacqueline Eaton Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program Director, U of U College of Nursing

POWER OF RESILIENCE: EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR EVERYDAY LIFE
Sam Goldstein, PhD Adjunct Assistant Professor, U of U School of Medicine

PSYCHIATRY FOR THE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER *

THE BIG GUNS: WHEN TO USE ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS & MOOD STABILIZERS IN PRIMA­RY CARE (3:15 - 4:00)
Michael R. Lowry, MD Staff Psychiatrist, U of U Neuropsychiatric

PRIMARY CARE DELIVERING EFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TREATMENT: NEW APPROACHES (4:00 - 5:00)
Lori Raney, MD — Principal, Health Management Associates

SPECTROPOLIS: WHAT HAPPENS IN ADULTHOOD WHEN AUTISM IN YOUTH IS MISSED, MISDIAGNOSED, OR IGNORED
Julia Connelly, PhD - Founder & Director, The Autism Clinic

THE AMAZING POWER OF PSYCH ASSESSMENTS: WHAT IT IS & WHAT IT IS NOT Ted
R. Barratt, PhD
- Clinical Director, Youth Care

TREATING TOBACCO USE & DEPENDENCE
Deanna E. England, BS - Health Educator, Salt Lake County Health Department

WALKING THRU GRIEF'S PATH WITH YOUR CLIENTS
Mike Wilkins, PhD - Psychologist & Supervisor, Wasatch Mental Health

4:45 - 5:15 MINGLE WITH THE EXPERTS

5:15 - 6:15 A SPECIAL AUDIENCE WITH THE HONORABLE PATRICK KENNEDY *

(Included with full conference registration - supported by Recovery Ways)

7:30 - 8:00 CHECK-IN, EXHIBITS & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

8:00 - 12:00 PSYCHIATRY FOR THE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER WORKSHOP *

APPLYING THE INTEGRATED CARE APPROACH: PRACTICAL SKILLS FOR THE CONSULTING PSYCHIATRIST AND PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS
Lori Raney, MD - Health Management Associates (supported by U of U Dept. of Psychiatry)

8:00 - 9:00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

THE RULES HAVE CHANGED: WHY GENDER MATTERS & WHAT WE NEED TO DO ABOUT IT
Dan Griffin, MA - CEO & Lead Consultant - Griffin Recovery Enterprises; Author

9:00 - 9:15 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

9:15 - 10:30 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

BEERS CRITERIA: SENESCENCE, MENTAL ILLNESS & COMMON MEDICAL CONDITIONS
Christine Lutz, MSN, GNP-BC- APC, United Health Care / Optum

A CONTINUM OF MUSIC IN HEALTHCARE: FROM MUSIC LISTENING TO MUSIC THERAPY
Peggy Cann, CMP - Symbii Hospice, Encompass Hospice, Timpanogos Regional Medical Center
Sydney Cheek-O'Donnell, PhD - Assoc. Professor & Assoc. Dean for Research, U of U College of Fine Arts
Emily Christensen, SCMT, MT-BC (Moderator) - Owner, Crescendo Music Thera­py; Utah Association of Music Therapists
Massimiliano Frani, PhD - CEO, Genote
Maureen Hearns, PhD - Director of Music Therapy, Utah State University

FREUD: IS HE IN THE PAST OR PRESENT? CONTEMPORARY PSYCHODYNAMICS
Colleen M. Sandor, PhD - Pschologist, Private Practice

IS EMDR RIGHT FOR YOUR CLIENT? UNDERSTANDING USE OF EMDR FOR DESENSITIZATION OF MEMORIES & THE PROCESS OF NEGATIVE CORE BELIEFS
Trevor Hardcastle, LMFT - Therapist, EMDR Coach/Consultant/Trainer, Center for Change

KENNEDY ROUNDTABLE REPORT: SUGGESTIONS FROM STAKEHOLDERS
Andrew Sidoli, LCSW, CAC- Executive Clinical Director, Recovery Ways

LIGHTENING ROUND: SUICIDE PREVENTION IN OUR RISK-REDUCTION WORLD (SP)
Lisa Giles, MD - Assoc. Professor, U of U; Medical Director of Behavioral Health Consultation, Emergency & Community Liaison, Primary Children's Hospital
Lisa Nichols, MSW - Executive Director, Intermountain Healthcare Community Health
Morissa Sobelson Henn, DrPH (Coordi­nator) - Community Health Program Director, Intermountain Healthcare
Michael Woodruff, MD - Senior Medical Director, Office of Patient Experience, Intermountain Healthcare

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION - TODAY'S SPECIAL SHOWING OF A DBT CONSULTATION GROUP IN ACTION
Jan Pendley, LCSW - Adult Mental Health Director, Davis Behavioral Health

NEUROPLASTICITY: HOW OLD DOGS LEARN NEW TRICKS
Kevin Duff, PhD - Professor of Neurology, U of U

THE MISSING PEACE: MEN & TRAUMA
Dan Griffin, MA - as above

10:30 - 10:45 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

10:45 - 12:00 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTHY SEXUALITY
Jessica Holfeltz, ACMHC & Corey Holmgren, LMFT- Therapists, Lifestar Network

HAVE YOUR CLIENTS EXPERIENCED THE ECLIPSE? TRANSFORMING LIVES WITH SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT IS OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD?
Jed Burton, MSW - Clinical Services Director, Weber Human Services
Michael Cain, LMFT- Clinical Director, SW Behavioral Health
Sharon Cook, LVRC, CRC- Supported Employment Program Mgr, UDSAMH
Katy Cox- Supported Employment Supervisor, SW Behavioral Health

LIGHTENING ROUND: SO YOU'RE A MANAGER - NOW WHAT?
Albert Foster, MSHR- Human Resource Director, Wasatch Mental Health
Randy Huntington, LCSW - Adult & Family Services Division Director, Wasatch Mental Health
Bryant Jenks, LMFT­Program Manager & CIT Regional Coordinator, Wasatch Mental Health
Juergen Korbanka, PhD (Coordinator) - Executive Director, Wasatch Mental Health

LIGHTENING ROUND: SUICIDE NUANCES OF AGES, STAGES & CIRCUMSTANCES (SP)
Kimberly Myers, MSW (Coordinator) - Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services Administrator, UDSAMH
Lisa T. Hansen, PhD, LMFT - Clinical Director, Flourish Counceling Services
Kent D. Hinkson, Jr., MS - Researcher, Trainer & Clinician, National Center for Veteran Studies
Misty McIntyre Goodsell, MSW - Clinical Instructor, U of U College of Social Work
Kathie Supiano, PhD, LCSW, FT- Caring Connections Program Director, U of U College of Nursing

MILITARY TRAUMA - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
Kent D. Hinkson, Jr., MS - as above

MUSIC THERAPY IN UTAH: CURRENT TRENDS, REIMBURSEMENT & MORE
Emily Polichette, MM, SCMT, MT-BC- Music Therapist, U of U Health & UNI; Government Relations Task Force Chair, Utah Music Therapy

MY PATIENT IS AT-RISK OF COGNITIVE OR EMOTIONAL CHALLENGES: NOW WHAT? DETECTION & MANAGEMENT OF COGNITIVE & PSYCHIATRIC CONDITIONS
Sara Weisenbach, PhD, ABPP - Assistant Professor & Clinical Psychologist, U of U & VA SLC

TARGETING THE BRAIN: NEW INTERVENTIONS FOR DEPRESSION
Brian J. Mickey, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor, U of U School of Medicine

TRAUMA-INFORMED COUPLES TREATMENT
Sara Owen, PhD - Psychologist, City Center Psychology & Department of Veterans Affairs

12:00 - 1:15 LUNCH

1:15 - 2:30 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

A NOT SO LOVELY LOVE TRIANGLE: THE COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH, TRAUMA, AND ADDICTION
Dan Griffin, MA - as above

LEARN TO USE THE ACUTE TRAUMATIC INCIDENT PROTOCOL (A-TIP) - PART 1
Lanice Hollingsworth, LCSW - Therapist, Wasatch Mental Health & Private Practice

MOVING PAST TRAUMA THROUGH FOREGIVENESS
Heather Black, PsyD - Staff Psychologist & SUD-PTSD Specialist, VA Salt Lake City
Jacek Brew­czynski, PhD - Staff Psychologist & SUD-PTSD Specialist, VA SLC & U of U

MUSIC AND MENTAL HEALTH IN THE MEDICAL SETTING
Heather Fellows, SCMT, MT-BC- U of U Hospital & Huntsman Cancer Institute; Owner, A Tempo Music Therapy

NEW & EVOLVING ISSUES IN MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPY - PART 1
Jonathan D. Sherman, LMFT- Therapist, MarriageEnvy.com

SUCCESSFUL CONVERSATIONS WITH FAMILIES & INDIVIDUALS WITH MEMORY PROBLEMS
Nancy A. Allen, PhD, ANP-BC- Assistant Professor, U of U College of Nursing

TAKE CARE OF YOU: SIMPLE STRETCHING & BREATHING BREAKS FOR TRAUMA
Yael Calhoun, MS, MA, E-RTY- Executive Director, GreenTREE Yoga

THE ETHICS & RESPONSIBILITY OF MIND-BODY-SPIRIT SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS (E)
Kathy S. Nelson, BA - Training Specialist, Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services

THE ETHICS, EFFICACY, AND ART OF THERAPIST SELF-DISCLOSURE (E)
David Johnson, PhD - Clinical Psychologist, Ogden Center for Change
Katie Johnson, LCSW -Clinical Social Worker, Ogden Center for Change

UNDERSTANDING & ASSESSING FOR SLEEP DEFICIENCES IN YOUR OFFICE: MENTAL HEALTH, COGNITION AND RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS
Anna K. Boller, PsyD - Executive Director, Boller Psychological Services; Psychologist, Waterford School

2:30 - 2:45 EXHIBITS, BREAK & FIELD OF EXPERIENCE

2:45 - 3:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS

DISSOCIATION WITH TRAUMA - REALLY? NOW WHAT? CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR THE MOMENT AND BEYOND
Ashley Greenwell, PhD - Clinical Director, Utah Center for Evidence Based Treatment

GERIATRIC MEDICINE, TEAM BASED CARE AND ETHICAL ISSUES (E)
Richard John Lassere, MD - Geriatrician, Intermountain Healthcare

HAVE I HAD ENOUGH? A GLIMPSE INTO THE MIND OF AN ADDICT & HIS EMPOWERING STRUGGLE TO FIND THE FAITH TO SURRENDER
Ryan David Hiatt - Author & Recovery Advocate

LEARN TO USE THE ACUTE TRAUMATIC INCIDENT PROTOCOL (A-TIP) - PART 2
(Certification Available) Lanice Hollingsworth, LCSW - as above

MEDICAL BEHAVIORAL INTEGRATION: WHY, WHEN AND HOW? (BUT ARE THESE REALLY THE QUESTIONS?)
Blaine Bergeson, BS -Vice President of Business Development Public Sector, Optum Health

THE POWER OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL VOICE: SONGWRITING & VOICE IN MUSIC THERAPY
Brandtley Henderson, MM, MT-BC - Music Therapist, Utah State Hospital

UNDERSTANDING THE UTAH FORENSIC SYSTEM: CHALLENGES & SUCCESSES
Jeremy Christensen, LCSW - Assoc. Director, UDSAMH
Dallas Earnshaw, APRN, CNS BC- Super­intendent, Utah State Hospital

WHAT SCIENCE IS SAYING - INCLUDE EXERCISE IN THE TREATMENT OF MENTAL & PHYSICAL ILLNESSES
Gary Ethington, MTRS, CTRS - Recreation Therapy Administrative Director, Utah State Hospital
Aaron DeGriselles, TRS, CTRS - Therapeutic Recreation Therapist, Utah State Hospital

WORKING WITH NEW & EVOLVING ISSUES IN 'MARRIAGE OPTIONS' WHEN YOU HOLD DIFFERING OPINIONS & VALUES (E-30')
Jonathan D. Sherman, LMFT—
as above

3:50 4:50 MARK PAYNE KEYNOTE

Frank Layden, Former NBA Coach & Executive of the Year

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7:30 8:00 REGISTRATION, EXHIBITS & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

8:00 12:30 MASTER WORKSHOP*

PARENT-CHILD ATTACHMENT: EVALUATING PARENTS' EARLY HISTORY & UNDERSTAND­ING ITS IMPORTANCE IN EVALUATING PARENT CHILD RELATIONSHIPS. HOW TO REPAIR THE DANCE OF ATTACHMENT WHEN PARTNERS ARE NOT IN SYNC?

Douglas Goldsmith, PhD — Psychologist, Private Practice; Co-Founder, "Bridging the Gap"
David Oppenheim, PhD - Professor, University of Haifa, Israel; Co-Founder, "Bridging the Gap"

Attachment theory provides critical understanding and insights into the parent child relation­ship. While developmental psychologists have made extensive use of the theory to enhance understanding of the parent child relationship, clinicians continue to struggle with its direct application in therapeutic practice. During this master workshop you will gain deeper insight into the parent's role in the development of the attachment relationship and discuss the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) and Parental Insightfulness as two critical keys in the evalu­ation of the parent-child relationship.

You are encouraged to bring questions from your own clinical experience which may include: How do we assess a child's attachment? What is the differences between bonding and attachment? How do we assess and repair attachment problems particularly with foster or adoptive children? Can a child recover from a failed adoption?

8:00 1:30 MASTER WORKSHOP*

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING TO EFFECTIVELY WORK WITH HIGHLY COMORBID, PERSONALITY-DISORDERED INDIVIDUALS

Lorna Smith Benjamin, PhD, ABPP — Psychologist, Private Practice; Author, Lecturer

Distinctive interpersonal and affective patterns in early relationships with parents affect ways of relating to and feelings about relationships with others in adulthood. Analysis of those pat­terns make it clear that perceptions of parenting patterns do have specific connections to pat­terns of personality disorder as well as affective symptoms of anger, anxiety and depression. Come learn the clinical skills to effectively work with even the most complex cases. Delveinto concepts such as "family in the head", copy processes (identification recapitulation and introjection), and "Gifts of Love" - meaning compliance with parental modeling /instruction via copying feels "right and good" even if logic says otherwise. This dive into Interpersonal Reconstructive Therapy (IRT) offers (1) a treatment guide that emphasizes differentiation from symptom relevant aspects of relationships with family in the head and (2) selection of behav­ioral and/or psychodynamic techniques to facilitate reprogramming of affects and behaviors.

8:00 - 12:30 BEYOND THE BASICS: IMPLEMENTING MINDFULNESS INTO PRACTICE

Brandon Yabko, PhD - Mindfulness Center Director, VA Salt Lake City Healthcare System

Interested in applying mindfulness to your professional practice? Attend this program to go beyond the basic principles and get into the nitty gritty of using mindfulness. This seminar will include a brief overview of the literature, didactic exercises, and role plays. The majority of the class will focus on the main elements you should know when using mindfulness, such as case conceptualization, developing a dialogue about mindfulness through medifore, the key elements in a mindfulness exercise, and how to process these exercises in an in-depth way. The seminar will end with a dicussion about the utility / adjustments made for mindfulness techniques when working with clients diagnosed with trauma / PTSD, chronic pain, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and psychosis, as well as children, adolescents and, geriatic populations.

8:00 - 12:30 IMPROVING CLIENT OUTCOMES THROUGH IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE

With increased attention to outcomes and value-based care, several organizations have shifted their focus from evidence-based practices, to the organizational processes associ­ated with effective implementation of these practices. If you are looking to re-shape your organization's "outcomes" future, you won't want to miss this special post-conference workshop. Experts from various private and public entities will share how they have sig­nificantly improved clinical outcomes for clients through the application of implementation

 

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