Presentation Resource Information

Handouts will be provided electronically, as made available from presenters. Some resources are received prior to the conference, however, most are received during or after the conference. All resources approved for posting will be available below, listed by presenter name and presentation title.

This could also prove to be a valuable resource for participants who were not able to attend some presentations.

Downloads – Keynotes

Monday October 3

8:30 – 9:30 am
Trauma Informed Environments
Maggie Bennington-Davis, MD, Health Share of Oregon

9:45 – 10:45 am
Scott Boyles, Senior National Director, Train For Change

Tuesday October 4

Common Challenges, Shared Solutions: A SAMHSA Regional Perspective

David Dickinson, M.A., SAMHSA Regional Administrator, Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington)

Kimberly A. Johnson, Ph.D., Director, SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse
Treatment (CSAT)


Downloads – Workshops

Pre-Conference Ethics Training

Ethics and the Law

Pre-Conference Suicide Management Training

Suicide Risk Assessment, Prevention, Intervention and Management

Monday, October 3, 2016 | Workshop Sessions I | 11:00am – 12:45pm

Organizational Stress, Vicarious Trauma, and Parallel Process
Maggie Bennington-Davis, M.D., Health Share of Oregon

Division of Child Support/Alternative Solutions Removing Barriers to Parental Success
Tedd Thornton, Program Manager, Alternative Solutions Program, Washington Division of Child Support; Patrick Whalin, Program Administrator, Alternative Solutions Program, Washington Division of Child Support

Supportive Housing is the Best Medicine
Unemployment is bad for your health
Jon Brumbach, Senior Health Policy Analyst, Division of Policy, Planning and Performance, Washington State Health Care Authority; Wanda Johns, HARPS Program Manager, Department of Social and Health Services Behavioral Health Administration, Division of Behavioral Health Recovery; Melodie Pazolt, SE/SH Program Administrator, Department of Social and Health Services – Behavioral Health Administration, Division of Behavioral Health Recovery

Monday, October 3, 2016 | Workshop Sessions II | 1:45 – 3:30pm

The Impact of Marijuana Legalization: Early Indicators and Strategies for Providers
Jennifer G Wyatt, LMHC, MT-BC, CDP, Training Specialist, Northwest Addiction Technology Transfer Center, Oregon Health and Science University

Health Care Reform: Integration with Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health
Mindy Greenwood, Program Administrator, SUD and Crisis Departments, Cascade Mental Health/CABH

Practical Applications of the ASAM Criteria
Scott Covert, Vice President of Early Intervention Services, The Change Companies

Anatomy of a Meltdown
Phil Diaz, Ph.D., Region 1 Clinical Team Lead, Developmental Disabilities Administration, Department of Social and Health Services

Trauma: Truly Trauma Informed
Gabriella Grant, MA, Director, California Center of Excellence for Trauma
Self-Care Assessment Worksheet
Self-Care and the ProfessionalTrauma Informed Brief Agency Assessment
Trauma Informed Services: Assessing the workplace

Documentation, Documentation, Documentation, Ensuring Case Files and Service Encounters
D,avid Reed, Office Chief, Behavioral Health and Managed Care DSHS Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery; Marc Bollinger, CEO, Great River BHO; Kathy Robertson, Chief Clinical Officer, Great Rivers
BHO; Cyrstal Didier, Clinical Quality Specialist, Qualis Health

Corrections Fatigue to Fulfillment (CF2F): A Powerful Tool for ChangeKarla Ward, B.A., M.P.A., WA State Department of Corrections (DOC)
Survey Response Summary
Corrections Fatigue to FulfillmentWhat Is Psychological Trauma?
Occupational Stressors

Monday, October 3, 2016 | Workshop Sessions III | 3:45 – 5:30pm

Creating Success for Patients on the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Suite 300
Carolyn Hartness, B.A., Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Educator/Consultant

Turnaround: Moving from Burnout to Resilience in the Workplace
Fransing Daisy, Ph.D., Mountain West AETC; Elizabeth Gordon, J.D., M.Div., Ph.D., Consultant on Therapeutic Spirituality, NAVOS

How Yoga Offers In-patient Clients an Introduction to Mindfulness
Sandra Kozlowski, CDP, Level 200 RHY, My Real Bodyoga

October 4, 2016 | Workshop Session IV | 9:45 – 11:45am

PTSD in Special Populations
Handout
Christen Kishel, Ph.D., Field Psychologist, Developmental Disabilities Administration, Developmental Disabilities Administration

Juvenile Justice Evidence-Based Programs
Handouts
Jacob D. Towle, M.P.A., Behavioral Health Programs Quality Assurance Administrator, Department of Social and Health Services, Rehabilitation Administration, Central Office (HQ) Juvenile Rehabilitation

Transgender 101
Sentence Completions
Gender Dysphoria & Co‐Occurring Disorders
Erika Laurentz and Anna Rose Pike

Influencing Performance Measures for Substance Use Disorders Quality of Care: Results of Implementation of Incentives and Alerts in Washington State
Deborah Garnick, Sc.D., Professor, Institute for Behavioral Health, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University

Building a Local Recovery Movement
Monte Arnold, Student, A Community United in Recovery; Jenna Cook, Certified Peer Counselor, A Community United in Recovery; Teri Johnson, M.A., C.D.P., Adult Mental Health Therapist, Thurston Community United In Recovery; Mandi Maycumber, B.A., C.D.P., C.P.C., A Community United in Recovery

Bridge Building to Engage a Peer-Support Workforce
Nancy Salovich, COO, Worldbridgers; Terrence Smithers, B.A., C.P.R.P., C.R.P.S., Manager of Training Development, RI International; Clifford Thurston, Founder, CEO, Worldbridgers

The Impact of Forensic Peer Support Specialists
Evaluating Your Program
Guidelines for the Practice and Training of Peer Support
MENTAL HEALTH POLICY PAPER
Peer Services Toolkit
Managed Care Options and Requirements
NEW SECTION
Behavioral Health Managed Care Entities
Peer Contributing to Rapid Change
Multiple Agency Fiscal Note Summary