Recovery Archived Webinars
  • The Use of Medications in Recovery-Oriented Practice
    1/31/13 Webinar on using medication as tools in recovery from both mental health and substance use disorders.
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  • Assessing for and Addressing Trauma in Recovery-Oriented Practice
    1/25/12 From the SAMHSA Recovery to Practice Initiative, three presenters share perspectives and demonstrate ways trauma-informed systems differ from other systems of care.
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  • SAMHSA's 10x10 Wellness Campaign: The Impact of Trauma on Wellness: Implications for Comprehensive Systems Change
    This teleconference educates diverse stakeholders about comprehensive systems change, including preventing harm and inadvertent retraumatization and ensuring that services and supports are welcoming, engaging, and culturally attuned. The goal is to help facilitate the healing process among people who have experienced trauma so that they can become fully engaged in their communities.
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  • Step 1 in the Recovery-Oriented Care Continuum: Outreach and Engagement
    12/13/10 In this first Webinar of a series that addresses phases of the provision of mental health care, the Recovery to Practice Initiative focused on the initial stage of engaging a person into care--either for the first time or following a series of disappointing experiences.
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  • Step 2 in the Recovery-Oriented Care Continuum: Person-Centered Care Planning
    4/11/11The person-centered care planning approach as developed for people with serious mental illnesses will be covered, including identifying goals, identifying and building on personal and familial strengths, identifying and addressing obstacles to recovery, and assigning relevant tasks to members of the person’s "team."
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  • Step 3 in the Recovery-Oriented Care Care Continuum: Promoting Recovery Through Psychological and Social Means
    7/28/11This Webinar describes a few approaches to promoting recovery that involve psychological and social interventions. Includes updates on the state of the art in cognitive–behavioral psychotherapeutic approaches to serious mental illnesses (schizophrenia and bipolar disorder), the key common elements of psychiatric rehabilitation approaches that involve in vivo support (supported employment, education, housing, etc.), and the role of consumer-run programs and businesses as offering alternatives to traditional programs and settings (e.g., clubhouses).
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  • The RTP Resource Center's Final Webinar in a Four-Step Series: Step 4 in the Recovery-Oriented Care Continuum: Graduation
    10/6/11The final Webinar of the series focuses on a relatively new but important concept: a person's "graduation" from formal services, which often involves a transition to less formal community-based supports. Presenters, Antonio Lambert, CPS, RTP Specialist for the National Association of Peer Specialists, Wes Sowers, M.D., Director of the Center for Public Service Psychiatry at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, and Lauren Spiro, Director of the National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery discuss how we can help people graduate from care when it may no longer be needed. Options and alternatives for individuals who wish to move on from formal services, and how we can help ensure that those who have optimally benefited from our treatments have a meaningful life to return to will be addressed.
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  • What the Federal Parity Law Means for You
    3/1/11 On Jan. 1, 2011, the 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act went into effect for most employer-sponsored plans. This Webinar provides an overview of the parity law and its effect on providers and consumers. Participants learn the basics of the law, the terms, classifications of benefits, and how to identify whether a particular plan is covered by the law.
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  • Supporting Self-Determination and Enhancing Career Development for Young Adults with Mental Health Diagnoses
    1/25/11  This Webinar, provided by the Research and Training Center for Pathways to Positive Futures, uses research to address how self-determination processes in career development for young adults with mental health diagnoses can enhance the capacity for effective career development activities.
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  • Emerging Trends in Program and Workforce Development
    6/8/10 Featuring: Chacku Mathai, CPRP, and Gail Smith of New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services & John Morris, M.S.W. and Sue Bergeson of the Annapolis Coalition on the Behavioral Health Workforce
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  • What Recovery Means for Acute Care
    9/16/10 Featuring: Maggie Bennington-Davis, MD; Gayle Bluebird, RN; Marvin Swartz, MD; Beth Stoneking, PhD; and Larry Davidson, PhD
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  • Resolana: Voice of the People—Addressing Access and Stigma in Tribal and Rural Communities
    12/23/10  Mental Health America (MHA) of North Dakota presents this new documentary featuring the stories of individuals in North Dakota struggling for access to basic behavioral health services and supports. Those working on the front lines  weight in regarding stigma and access issues, and how they’re using tools to improve behavioral health services and supports for individuals living in tribal, rural, frontier, and ranch communities.
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