2nd Annual Greater Dayton Mental Health Symposium & Luncheon

ADAMHS Tambor May

Respect, Recovery, Resiliency Symposium & Luncheon

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Symposium Agenda

7:30 AM – Registration and continental breakfast

8:00 AM – Opening Panel Presentation - “Behavioral Conflicts in the Behavioral Health System”

When every actor in the Behavioral Health arena is doing their job, it may provoke unintentional results.The panel will share perspectives on a fact-based case scenario designed to leave participants’ thinking about how the system can work together to improve outcomes.

9:15 AM – 10:30 AM Concurrent Workshops (Symposium Attendees Select One):

Workshop A -Fact or Fiction “– Jill Marlow MS, PCC-S -Program Manager, South Community Behavioral Health and Dan Edwards, former WDTN- TV, Anchor/Reporter with 33 years of broadcasting experience will discuss how to read speech and body cues and potentially detect when a client is distrustful or dishonest and offer tips on how to win over a combative or resistant client.  This will offer clinical as well as practical tactics for engaging clients and others.

Workshop B – “Arrest, Alternatives and Mental Health” – Detective Patty Tackett, Dayton Police Department, who had one of her cases highlighted on the Discovery Channel will explain the current options available to police and discuss how providers, caregivers and community can work as a team when law enforcement comes into contact with citizens in crisis.

Workshop C-Speakers-“Unstacking the Deck : Preventing the Inevitable“ -Dr. Tammy Collins, Ph.D., OCPSII and Dr. Valerie Alloy , Ph.D. Participants will be able to identify at minimum, one community level intervention and one prevention strategy that can be implemented to mitigate the display and effects of behavioral health symptoms that are influenced by genetics and the environment.  

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM Plenary Session-“How Hollywood Portrays Mental Health and Addiction”– Dr. Ryan P. Peirson, M.D. - A lively and informative presentation of how film depicts mental health and addiction and visually reinforces stigma.

Annual Luncheon and Awards

11:45-1:00 PM

Keynote Speaker and Actor, Jeffrey Tambor will offer an interactive insight into his family’s struggle with mental illness and recovery.

Registration Details

Friends - $800 (Includes preferred Table of 10 luncheon seating on a first-received basis, table signage and 2 symposium registrations)

Table of Ten-$600

Morning Symposium Only - $55.00

Symposium and Luncheon - $85.00

Luncheon Only - $60.00

Please contact Lynn Voisard for additional Information by calling 937-443-0416 Ext. 108 or lvoisard@mcadamhs.org

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