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Schedule of Events

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Pre-Conference Workshops

Tuesday, August 5 4 Pre-Conference Workshops
9:00am - 5:00pm Medicaid and Managed Care Rollout: An In-depth Review
Panel of Presenters
9:00am - 5:00pm The Integration Train is Moving – Are You Onboard?
Panel of Presenters
9:00am - 5:00pm What Using the ASAM Criteria Really Means: Skill-Building and Systems Change
Dr. David Mee-Lee
9:00am - 5:00pm Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR): Voluntary Certification to National Standards
Panel of Presenters

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

7:30am - 8:30am Registration/Welcome Coffee & Visit Exhibits
8:30am - 10:30am Opening/Welcome - Sponsored by Magellan Complete Care

Healthcare and Wellness, What's Ahead
Michael Rogers, Practical Futurist
10:30am - 11:00am Refreshment Break & Visit Exhibits
11:00am - 12:30pm 10 Workshops
  Leveraging Benchmarking Through the Use of Data Analytics

Paul Duck

Grand Cypress C
Behavioral Health Solutions for Medical Health Plans

Mary Ruiz

Regency 8 & 9
Integrating Non-Addictive Medication in Drug Courts: Real World Experiences

Christopher Wilkins

Addressing Cultural Trauma: The Key to Effective Mental Health Treatment for African Americans

Kevin Washington, PhD

Regency 8 & 9
  Peer Respite Care: An Alternative to Traditional Care

Susan Lang

The Hidden Challenge of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD): What It Means for Treatment!

Kay Doughty

Regency 3 & 4
Music Therapy as a Best-Buy Psychoeducational Intervention for Illness Management and Recovery with Psychiatric Consumers

Michael Silverman

Grand Cypress D-I
Treatment for Commercially Sexually Exploited Individuals

Erin Wirsing
Michelle Llorens

Regency 5-7
  Motivational Interviewing: Reflective Listening

Daniel DeFrank, LCSW

Grand Cypress A
PTSD to Recovery: A Vet’s Perspective

Michael Maloney

Grand Cypress B
What Does the Research Tell Us about Treating Offenders with Substance Use or Co-Occurring Mental Disorders?

Dr. Roger Peters

12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch (on your own)
2:00pm - 3:30pm 10 Workshops
  Helping People Change Addictive Behavior: Smoking Cessation as a Model

Andree Aubrey

Regency 8 & 9
Online and Mobile Self-help Critical Treatment Extenders to Improve Access, Outcomes, and Efficiencies

Charles Tepper

Regency 3 & 4
Thinking for A Change

Yvette Salinas

Pitfalls and Promise of Integrating Care

David Freedman
Angela Mooss
David Fuentes

Grand Cypress A
  Suicide Risk Assessment

Melissa Witmeier

The Top 10 Healthcare Trends

Denny Morrison, PhD

Regency 5-7
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Working with Trauma

Rosa West, PhD

Grand Cypress C
Being a LGBT Ally in the Behavioral Health Setting

Heather Stambaugh
Amy Erickson

  Infant Mental Health and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Dixie Morgese

Regency 1 & 2
Implementing Seeking Safety with Veterans

Kay Johnson

Grand Cypress B
3:30pm - 3:45pm Refreshment Break & Visit Exhibits ‐ Refreshments sponsored by Optum
3:45pm - 5:15pm 10 Workshops
  The Data Breach: How to Stay Defensible Before, During and After the Incident

Alex Ricardo

Regency 5-7
Reflective Supervision

Norma Bonet

Grand Cypress G
Building Resilience: Effective Treatment Strategies for Young Male Offenders

Bob Neri

Regency 1 & 2
Incorporating Technology and Electronic Tools in the Recovery Movement

Denny Morrison, PhD

Regency 3 & 4
  The Pillars of Postvention for a Suicide Event

Melissa Witmeier

Building Blocks - A Specialized Progam for Pregnant and Post Partum Women

Raymond Pomm, MD

Grand Cypress A
Adolescent Community Re-Enforcement Approach

Paul Staffelbach

Regency 8 & 9
Understanding the Mind/Body Connection and the Treatment of Depression

Mark Rosenberg,MD

Grand Cypress C
  Seeking Safety: You Can Do This!

Marcy MacMath

Incarcerated Veterans: Challenges and Opportunities

Jessica Porter
Lt. Barbara Taylor

Grand Cypress B
Motivational Interviewing in Corrections

Jim Elder


Thursday, August 7, 2014

8:30am - 10:00am General Session - Sponsored by Wellcare

Innovate, Adapt, Succeed – Keys To Positioning For Success In A Changing Market
10:00am - 10:30am Refreshment Break & Visit Exhibits
10:30am - 12:00pm 10 Workshops
  Texas Christian University Mapping Enhanced Counseling Tools in Substance Abuse Treatment

Dr. Wayne Lehman

From Strategic Plan To Tech Strategy -- How To Select, Implement, & Leverage The Technology Your Organization Needs To Succeed

Monica Oss

Facility System Treatment, Unlocking Recovery behind the Gates

Angela Geisinger, M.Ed

Regency 1 & 2
Peer Power: Engaging Families in a Vision of Hope

Silvia M. Quintana

Regency 8 & 9
  Exploring Best Practices: The Use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in the Treatment of Trauma

Jennifer Barr

Grand Cypress A
Using Constructivist Therapies in a Medical Model World

Thomas Hofman

Grand Cypress C
Supportive Housing: Options to Support Treatment and Recovery

Tom Griffin
Jack Humburg

Regency 5-7
Lifestyle, Relationships, Attitudes, Emotions, and Substance Use (LRAES) Approach to Recovery

Lorna Thomas
Jason Tanner
Ann L. Chapman

Regency 3 & 4
  Therapeutic use of Humor in recovery

Lori Green, RN

Interdisciplinary Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program and Treatment Outcomes

Dr. Nicolle Angeli

Grand Cypress B
12:00pm - 1:30pm Awards Luncheon - Sponsored by Magellan Complete Care, Bridges of America, Humana, and Lakeview Health Systems
1:30pm - 1:45pm Break to Visit Exhibitors
1:45pm - 3:15pm 10 Workshops
  What Clinicians Need to Know About Technology

Laurence Roberts
Daniel DeFrank

Implementing Evidence-Based Practices For Culturally Diverse Communities

Michael Dozier

Regency 1 & 2
Building Bridges for Success: Healthcare Integration Strategies for Case Management

Mark Rosenberg

Grand Cypress B
Developing Collaboration and Partnerships In an Evolving Managed Care System

Carol Barr Platt

Regency 3 & 4
  Parenting with Love and Limits: An Evidence-Based Model for Engaging Resistant Parents

John Burek
Monti Dean Sommer

Grand Cypress A
Excellence in Mental Health Act: Where Do We Go From Here?

Rebecca Farley

Grand Cypress C
The Responsivity Factor-Designing Programs for Success

Steve Tomlin

Community-based Treatment Alternatives for Justice-involved Youth in Child Welfare – One Year Follow-up

Norin Dollard, PhD
Kimberly McGrath, PsyD
Mary Armstrong, Ph.D.
John Robst, Ph.D.

Regency 8 & 9
  Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Debbie Burton, ARNP
Ruta Morgenthau, M.S.
Laura Stanley, LPN

Expanding Access to Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment for Veterans and Their Families

Bruce Grant, Facilitator
Douglas Leonardo
Col. Peter Duffy
Representative Gus Bilirakis, District 12

Navigating New Certification Standards and Processes

Pamela Waters

Regency 5-7
3:30pm - 5:30pm General Session - Sponsored by Community Education Centers
  Behavioral Health National Perspective
Rebecca Farley

Harvard to Hell...and Back: A Doctor’s Journey through Addiction to Recovery
Dr. Skip Sviokla

Friday, August 8, 2014

9:00am - 10:30am 6 Mini Plenaries
  Updates in Schizophrenia: Research, Remission, and Recovery

Dr. Jasmin Johnson

Death in the Suburbs: How Heroin Has Changed the Science, Treatment and Recovery

Dr. Marvin Seppala

Grand Cypress A & B
What Works in Reducing Recidivism

Dr. Ed Latessa

A New Paradigm for Recovery

Dr. Scott Teitelbaum

Grand Cypress D-F
  Medication-Assisted Treatment

Dr. Sylvester "Skip" Sviokla

Regency Hall 1-4
Emerging Drug Trends

Paul Doering

10:30am - 10:45am Break
10:45am - 12:15pm 5 Mini Plenaries
  Helping and Healing Child Welfare Involved Families: Can We Get There From Here?

Pam Baston

Conceptualizing Psychological Trauma (PTSD) & Available Treatment Options

Dr. Carrie Elk

Grand Cypress A & B
Understanding Risk and Need Assessment

Dr. Ed Latessa

Professional Recovery Coaches, Neuroscience and “Heroic” Results: Reimagining Your Practice Beyond Pathology

Jean LaCour, PhD

Regency Hall 1-4
  The Colorado Experience

Chief Lewis Koski

Grand Cypress D-F