Agenda

Thursday, September 18 - 7.25 CEUs

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7:30 am:

On-site Registration / Check-in

8:15 am – 8:30 am:

Welcome - TBA

8:30 – 10:00 am:

Opening Plenary - The Mental Health Revolution in Public Health

David L. Shern, PhD  |  Senior Public Health Advisor, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Senior Science Advisor, Mental Health America

10:20am – 11:50 am:

Breakout Session 1

101 - ETHICS: Managing Ethical Dilemmas & Risk Management in Treating Couples

William B. Berman, PhD, Psychologist, LMFT, Christian Family Institute, Tulsa, OK

102 - HIV/AIDS & Mental Health: Treatment as Prevention

Sarah Renfro, LPC, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK

Andrew Moore, LPC, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City, OK

103 - 10 Experiences Children Need to Prevent Risk and Promote Resilience

Jennifer Hays-Grudo, PhD,  Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK

Amanda Morris, PhD,  Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK

Ruth Slocum, LCSW, Educare’s Tulsa Children’s Project, Tulsa, OK

104 - Impact of Trauma on Adult Children: Mental Health and Addiction

G. Gail Bieber, LCSW, LIFE Senior Services, Tulsa, OK

Mary Hardy, LPC, LADC, LIFE Senior Services, Tulsa, OK

105 - Understanding and Applying DSM-5 Changes to Clinical Practice

William E. Tankersley, MD, The Children’s Recovery Center, Norman, OK

106 - Building Safer Communities: A Comprehensive Prevention Programming Model

Catherine Leston MS, CPS/ICPS, LADC-under supervision, Cherokee Nation, Tahlequah, OK

Melissa Pitts Johnson MS, LPC, CPS/ICPS, LADC – under supervision, Cherokee Nation, Hulbert, OK

107 - Problem Gambling Treatment and Prevention from Adolescents to Senior Adults

Wiley D. Harwell, D.Min., LPC, NCGC-II, Oklahoma Association for Problem and Compulsive Gambling, Norman, OK

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm:

Lunch: Plenary / Panel Discussion – The Preventive Powers of Hope

Ric T. Munoz, JD, MSW  |  Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma – Tulsa

2:05 pm – 3:35 pm: Breakout Session 2

201 - ETHICS: Ethical Challenges Particular to Working with Youth

Julie Summers, LCSW, PhD, Mental Health Association Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK

202 - Improving Mental Health through Neuroscience

Justin S. Feinstein, PhD, Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Tulsa, OK

Martin Peter Paulus, MD, Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Tulsa, OK

W. Kyle Simmons, PhD, Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Tulsa, OK

203 - Community Health Workers: Partnering with Homeless Youth to Prevent Illness

Mark D. Fox, MD, PhD, MPH, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, Tulsa, OK

Dejon Knapp, MSW, Youth Services, Tulsa, OK

Ricky T. Munoz, JD,MSW, University of Oklahoma School of Social Work, Tulsa, OK

204 - Suicide Prevention Related to Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders

Valerie McGaha, PhD, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK

Michael F. Heppler, MEd, Stillwater, OK

Robin Hudson, MS, LPC, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK

205 - The Games We (should) Play

Kelvin Hobbs, MHR,CPS, Eagle Ridge Institute, Oklahoma City, OK

Hiawatha N. Bouldin, Jr., CPS , Eagle Ridge Institute, Oklahoma City, OK

206 - A Continuum of Care for Vulnerable Older Adults

Kathy Hannemann, BA, Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, Wichita, KS

Mike Kress, BS, Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, Wichita, KS

Don Strong, LCPC, EdS, MS, ME, Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas, Wichita, KS

207 - Child Parent Psychotherapy: A Therapist’s Perspective

Melissa Thurman, LPC, Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

3:50 pm – 5:20 pm:  Breakout Session 3

301 - ETHICS: The Virtuous Professional: Ethics Across Time Relevant for Our Age

Paul Williams, MA, NCC, LPC, DBTC, NorthCare, Oklahoma City, OK

302 - Healing Babies from the Bench – Prevention Across the Life Span

Chief Juvenile Judge Doris L. Fransein, Tulsa County District Court, Tulsa, OK

Stacey Leakey, PhD, IMH-E® (IV), The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

303 - Live Long and Prosper: Evolved Ancient Practices for Modern Healers

Heather Geis M.D., Private Practice, Oklahoma City, OK

304 - Prevention of an Eating Disorder and Ways to Spread Awareness

Sara Bird, MS, Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma, Bixby, OK

Tonya Hammer, PhD, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City, OK

305 - Healing the Addicted Family

Harold Urschel, MD, Enterhealth, Dallas, TX

306 - The Child Holds the Key: Ending Family Violence through Child Treatment

Crystal Brill, MS, LPC, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc., Tulsa, OK

Missy Iski, MA, LPC, LMFT, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc., Tulsa, OK

307 - Moral Injury in Our Soldiers: Assessment and Intervention

Lanny R. Endicott, D.Min., LCSW, LMFT, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK

6:00 pm: Visionaries Reception

7:00 pm: Visionaries Dinner 

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Friday, September 19 - 7.00 CEUs

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7:30 am – 5:45 pm:

On-site Registration / Check-in

8:15 am:

Welcome

8:30 am – 10:00 am:

Plenary - Prediction and Early Intervention of Psychosis

Amy B. Goldstein, PhD | Associate Director for Prevention Research, National Institute of Mental Health

10:20 am – 11:50 am: Breakout Session 4

401 - ETHICS: Ethics in a Mental Health Crisis

Deneka Cain, J.D., Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center, Oklahoma City, OK

402 - Suicide Prevention in Oklahoma

Savannah Kalman, MS, Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Oklahoma City, OK

403 - Supportive Housing: Real People, Real Housing

Ross Croessmann, MSW, LCSW, Mental Health Association of Essex County, Inc., Montclair, NJ

Robert N. Davison, M.A., LPC, Mental Health Association of Essex County, Inc., Montclair, NJ

404 - Introduction to the Integrated Neurodevelopmental Assessment System with Kids

Raymond H. McCaffrey Jr, PhD, Comprehensive Psychological Services, Norman, OK

405 - Emerging Science for the Prevention of Neurocognitive Disorders

Jeff Seaman, MS, MD, Integrated Psychiatry, LLC, Edmond, OK

406 - Restoring Connections: A Changing Paradigm for Prevention of Co-Occurring Issues

Jack Perkins, D.Min., LADC, Rose Rock Recovery Center, Vinita, OK

407 - Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention: Oklahoma’s solution (CAPSAT)

Matthew Condley,MA, Tulsa City County Health Department, Tulsa, OK

Linda Johnston, Tulsa County Social Services, Tulsa, OK

Floyd Long, Oklahoma Department of Corrections-Programs Unit, Tulsa, OK

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm:

Lunch: Plenary / Panel Discussion - Windows of Opportunity: A Prevention / Mitigation Continuum

Gerard Clancy, MD  |  President, University of Oklahoma – Tulsa  |  Professor of Psychiatry

2:05 pm – 3:35 pm: Breakout Session 5

501 - ETHICS: Autonomy, Capacity and Beneficence: Ethical Considerations In a Disabled Population

Ronald Broughton, MEd, LPC, CBIST, Brookhaven Hospital, Tulsa, OK

502 - Strategies to Bring Hope and Healing to Traumatized Children

Barbara Sorrels, EdD, The Institute for Childhood Education, Tulsa, OK

503 - Working with Justice-Involved Clients: Risk, Need, Responsivity in Practice

Nisha Wilson, MS, LPC, Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Oklahoma City, OK

504 - Oklahoma Trauma Assessment & Service Center Collaborative

Carisa Wilsie, PhD, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK

Keitha Wilson, MSW, Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Oklahoma City, OK

505 - Adolescent Sexual Behavior Problems: Recovery & Relapse Prevention

Ana Saldivar-Schlosser, MS, R.Psych (p), LPC, NBCC, Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, Tulsa, OK

506 - The Psychometrics of Social Role Return for the Person with Brain Injury

Rolf B. Gainer, PhD, Brookhaven Hospital, Tulsa, OK

507 - This session is composed of the following two presentations: 

Career Counseling Implications for Juvenile Offenders

  Katie R. Allen, PhD, LPC, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

3:50 pm – 5:05 pm:

Closing Plenary / Remarks- The Art and Science of Resilience: From Surviving to Thriving

Joan Borysenko, PhD | Author and President, Mind-Body Health Sciences, LLC

Total Conference CEUs – 14.25 Hours

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