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Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Children/Ado
 
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Dr. Kliethermes explains trauma and trauma focused cognitive/behavioral therapy (TFCBT). He discusses how he utilizes trauma focused cognitive/behavioral therapy in assisting children and adolescents work through the residual effects of traumatic experiences in their lives.
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Disability Etiquette
 
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For More info http://www.librarian411.org This library training has been developed to help front-line library workers better serve patrons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. The training was created using input from focus groups consisting of public library staff members, mental health consumers and mental health professionals. The content of the program reflects many hours of collaboration and interaction between Department of Mental Health (DMH) librarians and the "in-the-trenches" front-line workers of many Missouri libraries.
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Care for the Caregiver
 
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In this video Ms. Martin identifies and explains a multidimensional model of assessment that healthcare providers can utilize to improve their self awareness and performance as providers of care.
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Competency to Stand Trial
 
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This presentation informs interested parties about the Incompetence to Stand Trial Defense. In doing so, myths about possible abuse of this defense strategy are identified and dispelled, the prevalence of the IST defense is delineated and treatment approaches that can restore competency are discussed.
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Therapeutic Communication Skills
 
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The content of this program will focus on interpersonal communication as a process of human expression and influence. Initially, focus will be placed upon basic communications concepts. Students will then examine therapeutic communication skills, core dimensions and strategic implementation of key therapeutic communication concepts.
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Youth at Risk: A framework for working with angry and aggressive millennium clients
 
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Program Description: The program goals for this workshop will be to give clinicians an overview of REBT and Reality Therapy in working with angry, aggressive clients. Participants will learn practical strategies on how to work with millennium youth to help them be more successful academically and socially. The target audience will be clinicians who work in school settings or private practice with adolescents. The workshop will include relevant and recent research in the areas of millennium youth, community violence, symptoms of PTSD and how it presents in this population. Program Presenter: Dacia L. Moore, MA, LPC, NCC, President and founder of Second Wind Counseling & Consulting, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, author, trainer and motivational speaker. She has a Masters Degree in Counseling from Webster University and is a National Board Certified Counselor. As an adjunct professor, Dacia teaches Master's level courses at Webster University and also serves as a Board Member for the American Counseling Association of Missouri and the Kansas City Chapter of the American Counseling Association. Before starting her company, Dacia was V.P. of Programs at a residential treatment facility where she routinely dealt with difficult diagnoses such as ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Depression and Bipolar Disorder. Dacia has had the honor of studying REBT under Albert Ellis, PhD and holds an advanced REBT certification from the Albert Ellis Institute. Dacia specializes in professional development training for those who work with angry, aggressive youth. Her modality is using Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), which is very effective in treating youth with mood disorders. Dacia conducts a variety of training sessions, teaching participants how to reduce angry aggressive classroom behavior.
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When Bad Things Happen to Good Librarians
 
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For more info http://www.librarian411.org This library training has been developed to help front-line library workers better serve patrons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. The training was created using input from focus groups consisting of public library staff members, mental health consumers and mental health professionals. The content of the program reflects many hours of collaboration and interaction between Department of Mental Health (DMH) librarians and the "in-the-trenches" front-line workers of many Missouri libraries.
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Fundamentals of Supervision and Motivation for the New Super
 
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Amy Block reviews the basic concepts of supervision and motivation for new and inexperienced supervisors. Content focuses on transitioning from a peer to a supervisor, goal setting, team building, and managing employee performance.
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Assistive Technology for Libraries
 
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For More info http://www.librarian411.org This library training has been developed to help front-line library workers better serve patrons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. The training was created using input from focus groups consisting of public library staff members, mental health consumers and mental health professionals. The content of the program reflects many hours of collaboration and interaction between Department of Mental Health (DMH) librarians and the "in-the-trenches" front-line workers of many Missouri libraries.
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Planning and Delivering Services and Support (part 3 of 3)
 
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In this final video of a 3 part series on planning and delivering individualized services and supports Ms. Malone-Bequette discusses the importance of assessment as it relates to the development of a meaningful and measurable individualized rehabilitation plan. She identifies the domains for assessment, the components of the individual rehabilitation plan, and what is necessary for accurate progress note writing.
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Conversation with Dysmorphologist
 
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Dr Braddock discusses how he came to understand the specific characteristics of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome through his study of Dysmorphology and Genetic impairment while working in a State facility for children with birth defects and special needs. Essentially, Dr. Braddock came to realize that among other defects, a percentage of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome cases could have been prevented by understanding why it occurs and predicting the chance of it happening again.
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People Say I'm Crazy
 
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People Say I'm Crazy (1989) is a 56 minute award-winning color documentary produced by the California Network of Mental Health Clients. It is based on the findings from the Well-Being Project, a ground-breaking survey conducted in 1987 by mental health consumers to explore what factors promote or deter the well-being of persons commonly labeled as mentally ill in California. Jean Campbell, Ph.D., currently the Director of the Program in Consumer Studies and Training at the Missouri Institute of Mental Health, was principal investigator of the Well-Being Project and wrote and narrated the documentary. In People Say I'm Crazy the Well-Being Project statistics are brought into sharp personal focus by the mental health consumers who relate their experiences of mental illness and treatment by the traditional mental health system, and stories of their everyday lives. Interwoven though out the stories are scenes from a wide variety of peer-run programs. This documentary emphasizes the person, not the illness. It proclaims, "In a world of stigma, poverty and injustice, our voices illuminate the value of self-help, creativity, meaningful work and activity, and basic human dignity and respect. Most importantly, we speak for ourselves".
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Developing Cultural Competency
 
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In this video Dr. Bellatin examines the importance of an individual's positive regard and respect for others, a person's openness, flexibility, and desire to learn as it relates to the development of cultural competency in human service providers.
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Motivational Interviewing: Preparing People to Change
 
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Program Description: This presentation will assist in the development of an understanding of the fundamental concepts and skills of Motivational Interviewing (MI) for use with individuals diagnosed with co-occurring psychiatric, substance use and medical issues. Motivational Interviewing is a style and spirit which allows the helping professional to join and engage the individual in the change process. During this presentation, practitioners will learn motivational interviewing basic principles and techniques designed to process ambivalence, to elicit and strengthen responses for change, and to build a commitment to a change plan. Learning objectives: - Understand what Motivational Interviewing is and why it is useful for resistant clients - Implement the Motivational Interviewing Spirit, Principles and Strategies Program Presenter: Lauren Moyer, MSW, LMSW, CCDP-D, CCGC, received her MSW from UMKC. She is a Licensed Social Worker, a Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional--Diplomate, and a Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor in the states of Missouri and Kansas. Lauren is the Special Projects Director for ReDiscover in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Shattered Soul? Five Pathways to Healing the Spirit after Abuse and Trauma
 
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Abuse of all kinds not only injures the survivor psychologically, the soul and spirit are assaulted and wounded as well. These soul wounds often go unnoticed and untreated, and can greatly inhibit the healing process and even the recovery of survivors of abuse and trauma. Sex addicts who are survivors, and who suffer from abuse related spiritual wounds, will often find themselves stymied or even blocked as they attempt to work the spiritual program of the Twelve Steps. This presentation will help participants learn how to identify these spiritual wounds of their clients, and provide a road-map for healing and transforming this soul trauma through a spiritual healing process called The Five Pathways: Spiritual Courage, Holy Anger, Grief, Forgiveness, and Spiritual Transformation. These Pathways provide practical, yet deeply spiritual processes for healing and transformation. Participants will experience some of these processes as well as how to utilize them in their own work with clients. Our approach respects all spiritual traditions and practices, and works to empower clients to re-discover their own spiritual resources for their healing and recovery journey. This work is based in our clinical experience of integrating psychological and spiritual treatment processes with survivors of abuse and with sex addicts, and on our recently published book, Shattered Soul? Five Pathways to Healing the Spirit after Abuse and Trauma (WordStream Publishing, 2011). Patrick Fleming is a CSAT supervisor and psychotherapist practicing in St. Louis, MO. He also has a Master of Divinity degree and years of pastoral experience as a hospital chaplain and spiritual coach. His work has focused on integrating spirituality into psychological counseling with both sexual addicts and survivors of childhood abuse and trauma. In recent years, this has included treatment of clerical sexual offenders and abusers. Patrick is the principal co-author of two books: Shattered Soul? Five Pathways to Healing the Spirit after Abuse and Trauma (WordStream Publishing, 2011) and Broken Trust: Stories of Pain, Hope, and Healing from Clerical Abuse Survivors and Abusers (Crossroad Publishing, 2007). Sue Lauber-Fleming is a psychotherapist and personal coach in St. Louis, MO. She is also a psychiatric nurse, and has had extensive pastoral experience as a hospital chaplain and chaplain supervisor. She has been a consultant to several religious organizations in the St. Louis region. In her counseling work, Sue has centered on the psychological and spiritual healing process of women survivors of abuse of all kinds, especially those who are victims of clerical sexual abuse. Sue has co-authored both Shattered Soul? and Broken Trust in which she has told her own story of emotional and spiritual healing from childhood sexual abuse. With her husband Patrick, Sue is a co-founder of Double Rainbow Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting dedicated to integrating healthy spirituality into the psychological healing processes of counseling and recovery.
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Borderline Personality Disorder
 
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In this video, Mr. Lewis defines Personality Disorder in general and more specifically defines Borderline Personality Disorder. The symptoms and treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder are discussed.
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Current Issues in Suicide Prevention with David Jobes, PhD, ABPP
 
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Current Issues in Suicide Prevention with David Jobes, PhD, ABPP
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Clinical Intervention
 
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In this video, Mr. Mitchell describes Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and identifies the criteria for its diagnosis. In addition, Mr. Mitchell describes how OCD is manifested in behavior and identifies treatment options for the disorder. Further discussion centers on how family and other support systems are affected by the person with OCD.
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How to be Resilient with Eric Hipple
 
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How to be Resilient with Eric Hipple, former NFL Quarterback for the Detroit Lions and author of the book "Real Men Do Cry: A Quarterback's Inspiring Story of Tackling Depression and Surviving Suicide Loss". Hipple was a presenter at the 2010 Show Me You Care About Suicide Conference in Jefferson City, MO. Watch for details on this year's conference at: www.mimhtraining.com/suicideprevention
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Mental Illness, Spirituality and Faith
 
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Program Description: Research indicates that spiritual resources and a persons faith are important factors in their healing from mental illness and substance abuse or dependency. Yet clergy and clinicians receive little training in the area of spirituality and mental illness. This presentation describes four basic spiritual issues which individuals raise with caregivers in the course of treatment and recovery. The presenter provides a framework on spirituality which fosters dialogue between clinicians, consumers and clergy. Participants will be introduced to resources developed by Pathways to Promise, a national, multi-faith organization which educates faith groups on mental illness, and promotes models of collaboration and inclusion. Pathways Mental Health Training Cooperative pilot project, bringing together faith groups and community mental health providers, will be highlighted. Program Presenter: Craig Rennebohm, is a chaplain who has worked for the last 23 years on the streets of Seattle, WA with individuals who are homeless and struggling with serious mental illness, trauma and addictions. He has provided spiritual care on the inpatient mental health units of the county hospital, consulted with community mental health center staff and trained congregations, clergy and treatment providers in the practices of companionship, a way of relational outreach, engagement and support for healing and recovery. Craig has presented nationally and internationally, including doing trainings in Jamaica and Bosnia, and is the author of Souls in the Hands of a Tender God: stories of the search for home and healing on the streets.
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Multicultural Competence
 
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In this presentation on Multicultural Competence various concepts such as multicultural awareness and competence, diversity, acculturation and assimilation are discussed relative to the assessment and delivery of services to mental health clients.
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CRAZY: A Fathers Search Through Americas Mental Health Madness
 
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Program Description: Pete Earley will use his personal story to illustrate how difficult it is to get a loved one with a severe mental illness meaningful help. He will specifically focus on how and why persons, such as his son, often end up in our criminal justice system and why that is wrong. In addition to telling his sons story, he will describe the results of a nine month investigation that he conducted as a journalist inside the Miami Dade County jail where he followed persons with severe mental illnesses through the criminal justice system and out into the community to observe what services were available to them. The goal of his presentation is to explain why jails and prisons have become our new asylums, why this is wrong, why it wastes money, and how communities can better serve persons with mental illnesses by focusing on a variety of successful programs that help people recover rather than punish them for being ill. Program Presenter: In a *Washingtonian Magazine* cover story entitled, Top Journalists: Washingtons Media Elite, Pete Earley was described as one of a handful of journalists in America who have the power to introduce new ideas and give them currency. A former reporter for *The Washington Post*, he is the author of nine nonfiction books and three novels. His first book, *Family of Spies: Inside the John Walker Spy Ring*, was a New York Times bestseller and was made into a five hour miniseries shown on CBS television. For his book, The *Hot House: Life Inside Leavenworth Prison*, Earley spent a full year as a reporter inside a maximum security prison. His book, *Circumstantial Evidence* helped lead to the release of a black man from death row after he had been wrongly convicted of murdering a white teenager in Alabama. His book, *CRAZY: A Fathers Search Through Americas Mental Health Madness, *tells two stories. It describes his attempts to help is college age son, Mike, after he becomes ill with bipolar disorder and is arrested. It also describes a year that Earley spent at the Miami Dade County Jail where he followed persons with mental disorders, who had been in jail, out into the community to see what sort of services they received. His book was one of two finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in 2007 and has won awards from Mental Health America, National Alliance on Mental Illness, and the American Psychiatric Association.
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Every Fifth Customer
 
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For more info http://www.librarian411.org This library training has been developed to help front-line library workers better serve patrons with mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. The training was created using input from focus groups consisting of public library staff members, mental health consumers and mental health professionals. The content of the program reflects many hours of collaboration and interaction between Department of Mental Health (DMH) librarians and the "in-the-trenches" front-line workers of many Missouri libraries.
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Understanding, Recognizing and Handling Anger
 
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Anger is a normal healthy emotion. When it is expressed appropriately you are letting go of the stress and frustration that you are experiencing, and those around you understand and accept that you are upset. When anger is expressed inappropriately with blame and aggression it can be a destructive force both to the person experiencing it and for those subjected to it. This interactive session will focus on understanding anger, recognizing the stages, 7 steps of taking responsibility, handling and letting go of anger. Participants will take away:Anger is a normal healthy emotion Recognizing the stages of anger (7) Steps of taking responsibility Handling and letting go of anger Lawson Calhoun received a Masters of Arts in Human Relations from Webster University and a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology from the University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff. He has earned a Healthcare Provider Instructor Certificate with the American Heart Association. He has also completed the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Program. He is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor. He has earned a Certificate of Completion for Human Resource Management and a Certificate for Neighborhood Leadership Academy, UMSL. He is an Authorized Facilitator of Stewards of Children. He has more than 20 years of program and management experience in social services/child welfare field. Mr. Calhoun is the Program Director for the MBCH Professional Development Institute.
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Compassion Fatigue
 
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You will learn effective ways of recognizing symptoms of Compassion Fatigue, reducing your vulnerability to Compassion Fatigue, and how to treat Compassion Fatigue in yourself, those you supervise, or the organization you manage.
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Community Saves Lives and Community Can Happen Anywhere – Suicide Prevention and Social Media #SPSM
 
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Bart Andrews, PhD, is Vice President of Clinical Practice/Evaluation at Behavioral Health Response. Dr. Andrews started at BHR as a crisis intervention clinician in 1998. Dr. Andrews has dedicated the last 17 years of this life to suicide and crisis intervention. Dr. Andrews is a person in recovery and a suicide attempt survivor. Dr. Andrews believes that the path to suicide prevention must be framed in the context of relationships, community and culture. Suicide is a community health problem, and everyone can help. Dr. Andrews has over 20 years of experience providing behavioral health services. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University. He is actively involved in raising community awareness about the risk of suicide and training community members, law enforcement and other professionals in suicide assessment and intervention. He participates on several crisis and suicide related boards: serves as Vice President of the National Association of Crisis Director and Co-Chair of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s Standards, Training and Practices Sub-Committee. . Dr. Andrews is also an Applied Suicide Intervention Sills (ASIST) Senior Training Coach. Through BHR, Dr. Andrews created and implemented the first suicide follow-up program in the State of Missouri, and BHR has expanded suicide follow-up care to youth and adults throughout the eastern region of Missouri.
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Training for Librarians on Working with Special Needs Patron
 
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The content of this training video focuses on assisting local public library staff in addressing needs of the disability community. It will provide information about mental illness and developmental disabilities as well as provide resources for additional information on serving this clientele.
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The Use of Drug Courts in Dealing with Addiction
 
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In this video Judge Stevens and Mr. Menzies discuss the use of drug courts and Naltrexone as tools that assist folks in their recovery from addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.
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Behavioral Health and Primary Healthcare Integration
 
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Persons with serious mental illness die approximately 25 years younger than the general population, largely due to treatable medical conditions such as heart disease or diabetes. These mortality rates can be reduced using some very practical strategies of cooperative care between primary care and behavioral health. This integration of care carries many other benefits as well, such as reducing over-medicating, better understanding of service utilization, and a broader tracking of compliance. Objectives be able to describe the premature mortality associated with mental illness be able to list three factors contributing to excess mortality and morbidity in persons with mental illness be able to list the three approaches to improving the integration of primary care in behavioral healthcare services be able to describe three cultural differences between primary care settings and mental health treatment settings Joseph Parks, MD, serves as the Chief Clinical Officer for the Missouri Department of Mental Health in Jefferson City. He also holds the position of Distinguished Research Professor of Science at the University of Missouri -- St. Louis and Director of the Missouri Institute of Mental Health. He also serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri, Department of Psychiatry in Columbia. He serves as President of the Medical Director's Council of the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors. He practices psychiatry on an outpatient basis at Family Health Center, a federally funded community health center established to expand services to uninsured and underinsured patients in the Columbia area. He recently served as the Division Director for the Division of Comprehensive Psychiatric Services for the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Dr. Parks has authored or coauthored a number of original articles, monographs, technical papers, and reviews on implementation of Evidence Based Medicine and Pharmacy Utilization Management and behavioral treatment programs. His work has appeared in several journals (Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Psychiatric Practices, Psychiatry Quarterly, Manual of Clinical Emergency Psychiatry, Behavioral Interviews, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, and Advanced Studies in Nursing. He was awarded the 2006 American Psychiatric Association Bronze Achievement Award for a program controlling pharmacy costs by improving prescribing practices.
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Professional Mentoring
 
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Lynn Chambers-Ketchens from Chambers & Associates talks to us about the importance of professional mentoring.
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Beyond Bereaved: Understanding and Identifying Traumatic Grief in Children and Adolescents
 
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Child traumatic grief (CTG) is a condition that children and adolescents may develop following the death of a significant person under circumstances perceived as traumatic. This presentation provides an overview of CTG, including how it is distinguished from uncomplicated bereavement. The presenters will use clinical case examples to illustrate these concepts. Objectives: Define and discuss the concept of traumatic loss Distinguish between CTG and uncomplicated bereavement. Discuss how trauma symptoms can interfere with a child's ability to accomplish the necessary tasks of bereavement. Presenters: Kate Drewry, MSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker at Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis, where she provides comprehensive assessment psychotherapy services to traumatized children and adolescents and their non-offending caregivers. Ms. Drewry has received extensive post-graduate training in child traumatic stress and implements multiple empirically-supported treatment models, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Child Parent Psychotherapy. Ms. Drewry's role at Children's Advocacy Services also includes providing clinical supervision to social workers and social work students and providing training and consultation in evidence-based trauma treatment models throughout the state of Missouri. Matthew D. Kliethermes, Ph.D., is a Missouri Licensed Psychologist/Health Services Provider at Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis (CASGSL) and an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychology at University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL). Dr. Kliethermes has over 12 years of experience working with traumatized youth and has received extensive training in this area, including exposure to multiple trauma-focused, evidence-based practices. Currently, Dr. Kliethermes provides direct clinical services to children exposed to trauma and their non-offending caregivers, supervises the clinical work of mental health trainees, and provides frequent training and consultation at local, state, and national levels. His primary professional interests include complex trauma, assessment and diagnosis of traumatized youth, effective trauma-focused engagement strategies, and Child Traumatic Grief.
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Preventing Teen Suicide: What to Look For, What to Do
 
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Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for adolescents 10-24. Though one in eight students suffer from depression, many of them are going undiagnosed or untreated. Depression is highly treatable and suicide, highly preventable. Oftentimes; however, adolescents are unaware of how and where to get help. School staff and teachers can sometimes be the first adults able to observe obvious signs and symptoms of depression and/or other mental health issues in adolescents. This web conference serves to do just that. Participants will not only gain greater awareness of both depression and suicidal ideation in teens but will learn practical skills to safeguard both their students and own children. Program Presenter: Sara Strawhun is the School Outreach Project Manager for CHADS Coalition for Mental Health. CHADS is a Saint Louis-based mental health organization that aims to educated students and adults on the warning signs of teen suicide and symptoms of depression. This school year alone, CHADS has educated over 6,000 youth in the state on suicide prevention. Sara received her B.A. from Azusa Pacific University in Sociology. Following matriculation she joined Teach for America through which she taught middle school social studies in Philadelphia. Sara began her M.Ed. at the University of Pennsylvania and finished at the University of Missouri with an emphasis in Secondary Education. She has significant experience working with youth in many different areas such as character development, justice education, creative expression and service initiatives. She now oversees all school programming for CHADS Coalition and was recently awarded the Community Suicide Prevention Award from the Department of Mental Health for her efforts in educating the public on this important topic.
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Exploring Trauma through Expressive Art
 
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Description Sometimes trauma occurs and there just is no language available to describe it. Sometimes, the subject matter is too heavy for words; sometimes the incident happened before language was acquired, and sometimes, the memories are tucked too deeply in the psyche to retrieve with mere words. In any of these instances, art can often be an appropriate means for healing and strength. Teaching artist Maria Ojascastro will present several examples of visual art exercises that create a safe environment for expressive art, and provide step by step instructions. Licensed Professional Counselor Erika Ottolini will give an overview of how trauma effects the brain and how art can alter the brain in a positive manner. Workshop Objectives: Learn how to use creative expression to soften experienced trauma. Learn to use art to gain trust and open conversation with children and adults. Learn how to examine loss or trauma by creating something physical. Learn how to use art as a vehicle for personal expression and healing. Learn how trauma affects the brain and how art can alter the brain in a positive manner. Learn to use neuroplasticity to our advantage and to rewire the brain. Presenter headshop2012 Maria Ojascastro provides professional development workshops, and teaches group and individual art classes. She has been a visual arts faculty member at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) since 2007. As a community arts trainer, she has presented CEU workshops for many educational and cultural institutions including The Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, The Missouri Mental Health Counselors Association and The Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma. She collaborates with licensed therapists, published authors and other teaching artists. Ojascastro received a Masters of Fine Arts from Washington University in St. Louis and studied at Santa Reparata International School of Art in Florence Italy. For more information, please visit her website at www.mariaojascastro.webs.com As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site Erika Ottolini, MAT, MEd. LPC, NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a Master’s of Arts in Teaching and a Master’s of Education in Counseling. She has worked as a teacher and counselor in school and community settings throughout the country since 1994. She is Director of Family Services at the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma, coordinating care for the myriad needs of immigrant families. She oversees the Open Door International Mentoring program for immigrant youth in St. Louis and supervises mentors, interns, and graduate level students assisting with that program. She is also a clinical therapist in private practice. Trained at the University of Missouri­ St Louis, one of the country’s nationally ­renowned CACREP­ accredited institutions, she is nationally­ board certified.
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Planning and Delivering Services and Supports (part 2 of 3)
 
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In this second in a series of three videos on planning and delivering individualized services and supports, Ms. Malone-Bequette explores the development and implementation of team process as a method of service planning and delivery for those requiring mental health intervention and support.
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Evaluating Hot Spots Policing in St. Louis
 
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The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department regularly engages in "hot spots" enforcement, which directs police patrols to areas of the city in which serious crimes are concentrated. Until recently, however, the effects of hot spots policing on crime had not been systematically evaluated. Between March and November of 2012, the department conducted a randomized controlled field experiment to determine the impact of the hot spots strategy on firearm violence. This presentation reports the results of the experiment, which show sizable reductions in firearm assaults, but not firearm robberies, in hot spots throughout the city. The evaluation was carried out under the auspices of the St. Louis Public Safety Partnership, a joint effort of the police department, the Mayor's office, and UMSL researchers to improve public safety in St. Louis. Richard Rosenfeld, is Curators Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri -- St. Louis. He has published widely on crime trends, crime statistics, and criminal justice policy. Professor Rosenfeld is a Fellow and former President of the American Society of Criminology. He currently serves on the Science Advisory Board of the Office of Justice Program, US Department of Justice, and is the principal investigator of the St. Louis Public Safety Partnership.
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Intimate Partner Violence Part 1  Understanding Factors that impact Survivors 20131112 130037 198
 
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Intimate partner violence and abuse is rooted in a power imbalance between individuals, within families and in society. When one person is controlled and/or considered less worthy than another one -- because they are a vulnerable person or part of a vulnerable population -- there is the potential for abuse. That is why we all need to work to prevent violence and to build a society where abuse of power is not tolerated. By seeing intimate partner violence and abuse for what it is — a crime — we can all take responsibility and work together as a community to stop the violence. The Intimate Partner Violence series provides participants with an opportunity to increase awareness of this public health issue. During the first session, the framework is laid for an understanding of intimate partner violence and its cycle of hurts. The second session offers participants the opportunity to identify and practice techniques to be used to develop a safe, collaborative approach of the issue for the survivor. Workshop Objectives: At the end of the Intimate Partner Violence Part 1: Understanding Factors that impact Survivors workshop, participants will be able to: Define Intimate Partner Violence; Identify the Effects that Intimate Partner Violence has on all exposed to it; Identify Barriers to Client Access Presenter Belinda James is a passionate advocate for children, youth and families. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, a Master degree from The Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, a Missouri Family Development Credential from the University of Missouri -- Kansas City and certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. For the past 17 years, Belinda has been facilitating youth leadership programs, sexuality education sessions and parent education workshops as well as staff development training in the areas of mental health 101, communication, customer service, group dynamics, motivational interviewing, the art of de-escalation, and trauma recovery. She has also taught in the field of social work as an adjunct instructor at the Brown School of Social Work. She is currently the Chief Executive Director of Project DEAMHI, Inc., whose mission is to provide opportunities for discussion, education and awareness of mental health issues. In addition, she counsels women who are homeless, pregnant and may have dual diagnosis issues of mental health and chemical dependency and/or extensive trauma backgrounds.
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Planning and Delivering Services and Supports (part 1 of 3)
 
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In this first of a set of three training videos Ms. Malone-Bequette identifies and defines the target population for whom the system of support through the Department of Mental Health is developed. In addition Ms. Malone-Bequette identifies the three Divisions of the Department of Mental Health, describing their main function. Finally, Ms. Malone-Bequette discusses the concept of wraparound as it applies to the Children's System of Care and Adult Services.
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Therapeutic Strategies to Decrease Bullying Behavior
 
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Program Description: Recent surveys show that 33% of US students have experienced bullying either as the perpetrator or the target. Twenty percent of US students report that they have been a victim of cyber bullying. Bullying is a problem in our schools today and has become a national health issue due to its negative effects which can lead to depression, anxiety, suicide and juvenile delinquency. In this session you will learn: The motivation behind bullying behavior Counseling strategies to work with the target Counseling strategies to work with the bully Strategies that can be used in the classroom and in the home Ms. Moore will share from the Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Reality Therapy frameworks to help you to decrease bullying behavior for your clients. Program Presenter: Dacia L. Moore, MA, LPC, NCC, President and founder of Second Wind Counseling Consulting, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, author, trainer and motivational speaker. She has a Masters Degree in Counseling from Webster University and is a National Board Certified Counselor. As an adjunct professor, Dacia teaches Master's level courses at Webster University and also serves as a Board Member for the American Counseling Association of Missouri and the Kansas City Chapter of the American Counseling Association. Before starting her company, Dacia was V.P. of Programs at a residential treatment facility where she routinely dealt with difficult diagnoses such as ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Depression and Bipolar Disorder. Dacia has had the honor of studying REBT under Albert Ellis, PhD and holds an advanced REBT certification from the Albert Ellis Institute.
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Promoting the use of the Public Libraries as a Resource
 
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This video focuses on promoting the use of public libraries as an important resource in skills development and self determination among persons with disabilities and their advocates and assisting local public libraries in offering library programs and services for persons with special needs.
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Conversation with Patient Advocate
 
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Ms. Ohlemiller discusses the effects of FAS as related to the rehabilitation needs of individuals who have FAS, and their systems of support. Discussion focuses on the secondary disabilities, the need for advocacy, activism, and respite services for those who live with FAS and for those who support them.
Views: 1335 cetv
Clinical Supervision
 
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Scott Bayliff, Associate Executive Director, Places for People in St. Louis, Missouri, discusses the purpose and implementation of clinical supervision of his staff. Content focuses on the process of supervision as a method for mentoring and evaluating staff competence relative to client interactions, professional competence and personal wellness.
Views: 12101 cetv
Autism and ADHD: A Parent's Perspective
 
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Geoffrey Lanham talks about his experience being a parent of a child with ADHD and Autism.
Views: 1421 cetv
Dialogues in Behavioral Health Research Ethics  Decision making Capacity
 
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Dialogues in Behavioral Health Research Ethics - Decision Making Capacity with Jean Campbell, PhD and James DuBois, PhD
Views: 825 cetv
A Message from Keith Schafer, Director of the Missouri Department of Mental Health
 
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A Message from Keith Schafer, Director of the Missouri Department of Mental Health about the 2011 Spring Training Institute
Views: 283 cetv
Suicide Prevention Among Military and Military Families with MG Mark A. Graham
 
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Suicide Prevention Among Military and Military Families with MG Mark A. Graham from the 2010 Show Me You Care About Suicide Conference in Jefferson City, MO. Watch for details on this year's conference at http://www.mimhtraining.com/suicideprevention
Views: 689 cetv
Law Enforcement Intervention Team
 
19:11
The panelists in this presentation identify and describe the Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Team program as it exists in Kansas City, Missouri.
Views: 1081 cetv
Suicide Lifeline
 
58:51
Program Description: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is an organization of over 145 crisis centers in the United States that respond to over 60,000 crisis calls a month. This organization works with its centers to bring them the latest in suicide assessment, emergency intervention and follow-up and supervision of crisis workers. These new practices will be presented and discussed. Speaker: Lee Judy, LCSW. started his crisis intervention work about 30 years ago as Executive Director of Life Crisis Services in St. Louis where he worked for 15 years. Since then he has been involved in national suicide prevention work with the American Association of Suicidology and now with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline where he was recently the Director of Standards, Training and Practice and is now focusing his attention to continuity of care issues.
Views: 1566 cetv
Suicide Prevention: An Attempt Survivors Perspective  with  DeQuincy Lezine, PhD
 
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Suicide Prevention: An Attempt Survivors Perspective with DeQuincy Lezine, PhD DeQuincy Lezine, PhD, is founder and President of Prevention Communities. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and has been engaged in suicide prevention in varying capacities for more than 10 years. Author of the autobiographical book "Eight Stories Up: An Adolescent Chooses Hope Over Suicide". Lezine was a presenter at the 2010 Show Me You Care About Suicide Conference in Jefferson City, MO. Watch for details on this year's conference at: www.mimhtraining.com/suicideprevention
Views: 1042 cetv
Suicide Prevention
 
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# Scott will discuss: The latest statistics relating to suicide in Missouri # The warning signs of suicide # The states suicide prevention plan # Current suicide prevention efforts underway in Missouri # Available resources, both online and around the state. Scott Perkins, LCSW, earned his MSW, with a concentration in Policy, Planning and Administration, from the University of Missouri - Columbia. He is certified as a Crisis Worker from the American Association of Suicidology and is a certified instructor of several suicide prevention programs. In his role as Project Director at the Missouri Institute of Mental Health, he oversees the implementation of the Missouri Youth Suicide Prevention Project.
Views: 690 cetv