Nov 27-8 Children's MH Training Conference: Designing Our Future

Designing our Future: Integrating, Empowering & Supporting Children and Families

November 27 - 28, 2012

The Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs, NY

Children’s Mental Health Services Staff Development Training Forum

Please visit www.cmhny.org for a complete listing of the agenda and registration information

 

PROGRAM AGENDA

 

 

 

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

8:30am - Registration

 

10:00 - 11:30am

 

Pre-Conference Workshop: Healing Therapies and Alternative Interventions: Self-Care for Staff

 

10:00 - 11:30am

 

Full Coalition Meeting

 

11:45am - 1:45pm

 

Keynote Address & Awards Luncheon

 

Trauma and Recovery: A Child’s Traumatic Pathway to Adulthood and Wellness -William Kellibrew IV

 

2:00 - 3:30pm | Workshop Session A

 

Session A-1 Youth Voice and Engagement -Making It Happen!

 

Session A-2 The Incredible Years: An Incredible Curriculum to Build Parenting Skills!

 

Session A-3 Young, Male and Black: Strategies to Encourage and Empower

 

Session A-4 Valuing Recovery and Wellness: Personal Stories of the Journey

 

Session A-5 Creating Direct Care Change Agents through Rapid Cycle Change

 

Session A-6 Recovery Zones and Comfort Rooms, one RTF’s Journey Towards Wellness and Recovery Oriented Practice

 

Session A-7 How Data & Analytics Are Changing Payer Expectations & Shaping The Delivery Of Services: The Community Care Case Study

 

Session A-8 A Caregiver Support Group for Healing: Utilizing a Trauma-Informed Lens

 

3:30 - 3:45pm Break

 

3:45 - 5:15pm | Workshop Session B

 

Session B-1 The Dance of the Partnership

 

Session B-2 Resources and Tools for Engaging and Supporting Parents Using Mental Health Services

 

Session B-3 Real Life Heroes; A Developmental, Attachment-Centered Intervention for Children with Complex PTSD

 

Session B-4 Trauma Informed Care: Implementation of Evidence Based Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

 

Session B-5 RTF Quality Improvement Project: Specialized Treatment to Improve Quality and Outcomes for High- Cost Cases at Residential Treatment Facilities

 

Session B-6 Building Blocks to a Better Future for Youth

 

Session B-7 Legal Issues in Agreements Between Behavioral Health Providers, Health Homes and Managed Care Organizations

 

Session B-8 A Community Response to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE): Whole Person Support for Resilience & Recovery

 

Dinner on Your Own

 

8:30 - 11:30pm

 

Networking Social

 

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

8:30 - 9 00am

 

Morning Keynote Address

 

The Future of Children’s Behavioral Health Services in NYS

Kristin Woodlock, Executive Deputy Commissioner, NYS Office of Mental Health, Albany, NY

 

9:00 - 10:00am

 

Plenary Session: The Power of Wellness in Drumming

 

10:00 - 10:15am Break

 

10:15 - 11:30am | Workshop Session C

 

Session C-1 The Transformation of Intake: Engaging and Transitioning Families and Youth to the RTF

 

Session C-2 Responding to Sexual Behavior Problems in Children Age 12 and Under

 

Session C-3 Improving Family-to-Family Services in Children’s Mental Health

 

Session C-4 Youth Advocate and Provider Partnerships: Dispelling The Myths

 

Session C-5 The Child Psychiatry Education and Support Program for Primary Care Clinicians: An Initiative to Better Meet the Mental Health Needs of Children and

 

Adolescents in our Community

 

Session C-6 Collective Data on Client Outcomes and System Performance for Databased Decision-Making / Quality Improvement

 

Session C-7 SPOA Meeting

 

11:30 - 11:45am Break

 

11:45am - 1:00pm | Workshop Session D

 

Session D-1 Family Group Conferencing: Using Restorative Practices as Means to Connection, Healing and Person-Centered Care

 

Session D-2 RTF Medical Directors Roundtable

 

Session D-3 Open Forum: Family Support Providers

 

Session D-4 Breaking the Cycle: Non-Violent Conflict Resolution Through Forgiveness

 

Session D-5 Predicting Youth and Family Outcomes: The Use of Predictive Analytics, an RTF Case Study

 

Session D-6 CANS-MH Family Strengths and Needs Domain Outcomes with OMH Waiver 2010 Admissions per CAIRS

 

Session D-7 The Regional Youth Partners and YOUTH POWER: Our Peer Role in Youth Engagement and Empowerment

 

Session D-8 Utilization Review and its Impact on Service Delivery in New York City

 

1:00pm Adjournment


 

ONLINE REGISTRATION, GO TO: www.cmhny.org/registration

The registration fee DOES NOT INCLUDE HOTEL COSTS OR MEALS. Coalition Members, HCBS Agencies and SPOA Agencies • NO CHARGE.  NON-MEMBERS:(RTF’s, CR’s, FBT’s, Clinics, CBOs and others that are not members of the NYS Coalition for Children’s Mental Health Services)   • Full Registration (11/27 & 28): $150    • Tuesday, 11/27 Only: $100  • Wednesday, 11/28 Only: $100.  Meal Information:  If staying at the Saratoga Hilton, your meals are included in the hotel rate.