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Behavioral Health Track - CHAD Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Craig
27:00
Conference Website: Communityhealthcare.net/2021-chad-conference-2/Scavenger Hunt: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/ab4e32949047445ebb65151122e693cf
Melissa Craig
27:33
Conference Website: Communityhealthcare.net/2021-chad-conference-2/
Robin Landwehr
30:18
Hi Folks, if possible, please utilize your cameras. Certainly understand if you cannot be on camera all the time. Thank you!
Melissa Herman
40:29
Hi!
Robin Landwehr
40:33
Licensed counselor. BH and SUD program manager. I am hoping to increase my skills. To gain new perspectives on integrated care. To learn from participants and their experiences.
Lisa Thorp
41:28
RN by trade, 25+ years experience in hospital, primary care family clinic, Certified Diabetes Educator. Currently work at QIN- QIO- Quality Improvement Organization doing contract work with medicare and behavioral healthcare is one of the areas in which we are asked to work. I am very interested in how you integrate BH with primary care
Jan Cartwright
42:10
Jan, PCA Executive Director supporting integrated BH in PC. Not patient facing, administrator. Hoping to learn how to support those activities at Health Centers in WY.
Casey Berberich
42:12
I am a LMSW working as a BHC in a primary care clinic. I've been in this role for about 18 months. I have learned a lot while in the position, but I often wonder what my next professional step for learning and growing should be.
Amber Herbranson
42:17
I'm an LBSW so not a clinician. My current role is Behavioral Health Coordinator and my role is further "integrating" the FQHC so basically I am just gathering information about what this is and how it would benefit patients. I won't be working with patients necessary so I'm wondering if my time may be better spent in another session
Dana Maas
42:24
Licensed social worker and addiction counselor. Currently a behavioral health care coordinator in public health, as well as, SUD counselor and crisis intervention services. Integrated care is a newer concept here so this is all very exciting.
Rikki Johnson
42:49
Hello! I'm Rikki Johnson. Clinical Social Worker. History of working in-home case management for adolescents in suburban Chicago area, inpatient adolescent treatment program in SD as a therapist, outpatient mental health in rural SD, currently working for Horizon Health Care in SD as a Licensed Social Worker doing both BHC and specialty mental health care services. Hoping to expand on my clinical skills to better serve my patients!
Melissa Herman
44:03
I am an LCSW and LMAC. I am the Director of Behavioral Health at Coal Country Community Health Center in Beulah ND. Always learning and love information new or old.
Dana Maas
44:58
meant to type primary care vs public health, lol
Melissa Herman
01:04:54
1. Be of service 2. Understand more about the human condition others and myself 3. Being part of a community 4. Make a difference 5. Social justice, fight stigma. WE are all in this together....say it out loud :)
Amber Herbranson
01:12:39
33%
Lisa Thorp
01:12:42
50%
Lisa Thorp
01:15:51
same guess....50%
Rikki Johnson
01:15:53
12
Dana Maas
01:16:05
30
Robin Landwehr
01:20:19
and then PCPs talk about how they never hear from that specialist because of confidentiality. :)
Melissa Herman
01:20:37
Stigma
Rikki Johnson
01:22:37
"Bootstraps mentality"...I think it's called...
Amber Herbranson
01:22:42
What is getting in the way of follow-through? They have a mental health condition that makes it impossible - can't get out of bed
Dana Maas
01:22:50
behavioral health was never asked to begin with, so no referral will follow
Melissa Herman
01:22:52
people are afraid, don't understand or feel they need to "suck it up"
Lisa Thorp
01:22:54
If the MH provider's office is in a highly visible place, people don't want to be seen going there
Amber Herbranson
01:23:02
trauma... it's too overwhelming to take another step
Melissa Herman
01:24:04
It can be exhausting mentally, physically, how will I get there?
Melissa Herman
01:27:34
60 minutes
Rikki Johnson
01:27:39
30-45mins
Amber Herbranson
01:27:42
30-90 minutes
Melissa Herman
01:28:38
weekly to every other week
Amber Herbranson
01:28:54
therapy is weekly or bi-weekly and psych is monthly-6 months if patient is doing well
Robin Landwehr
01:29:40
10
Amber Herbranson
01:30:16
20 minutes
Rikki Johnson
01:30:17
15-20 mins
Lisa Thorp
01:30:18
15
Melissa Herman
01:30:19
15-30 minutew
Dana Maas
01:30:20
8-15
Dana Maas
01:30:54
once or twice a year
Lisa Thorp
01:31:00
3-6 months for chronic condition follow ups
Robin Landwehr
01:31:01
chronic care patients. .. monthly bi monthly
Melissa Herman
01:31:02
depends
Rikki Johnson
01:31:07
1x per month-ish
Jan Cartwright
01:46:41
Activity
Rikki Johnson
01:46:54
Healthy diet
Lisa Thorp
01:47:02
lose wt
Robin Landwehr
01:48:09
Shoot... some people don't even believe the diagnosis. I had that happen with a patient and diabetes.
Lisa Thorp
01:48:38
I saw a magazine ad years ago, had a picture of a guy sitting in his hospital gown and it said something along the lines of remembering 25% when you're naked
Jan Cartwright
02:07:17
chills
Robin Landwehr
02:12:37
This reduces the bottleneck for specialty services. If it can be managed at our level, it should be. That way people who need specialty services can get an appointment in less than 2 months.
Robin Landwehr
02:14:36
Blacklisted for no-shows.
Jan Cartwright
02:17:06
Great presentation for a novice:)
Rikki Johnson
02:17:11
Good, still engaged keep going!
Amber Herbranson
02:17:13
It's super helpful to hear this information from new people
Casey Berberich
02:17:29
A lot of the concepts are review, but you are saying them much more concisely and effectively than I was able to express them prior to this.
Melissa Herman
02:17:32
review good stuff 😁
Amber Herbranson
02:17:56
You are validating what I know already - good reassurance that this is necessary
Amber Herbranson
02:18:19
YES!!!!
Robin Landwehr
02:27:11
and trauma informed.
Bridget & Dave
02:27:20
^YESS!!!!
Bridget & Dave
02:44:25
what's the function of the behavior essentially?
Bridget & Dave
02:44:40
assume everything makes sense that is showing up - our job is to understand this
Melissa Herman
02:44:44
MI
Melissa Herman
02:48:33
secondary gain
Rikki Johnson
02:53:58
Very typical type case!
Casey Berberich
02:54:01
Seems representative of our patients.
Melissa Herman
02:55:25
build rapport
Rikki Johnson
02:55:25
Intake?
Amber Herbranson
02:55:30
Assessment
Bridget & Dave
02:57:16
single session therapy- robert rosenbaum
Bridget & Dave
03:03:25
up to date resource
Bridget & Dave
03:11:22
ted talk; the voices in my head
Bridget & Dave
03:12:00
other great ted talk - Nadine burke -harris - ACes and ADHD
Rikki Johnson
03:12:02
Letting the patient be the expert on themselves!
Bridget & Dave
03:12:13
^^^hell yes!!!
Robin Landwehr
03:13:41
aha moments belong to the client. We don't own successes or failures.
Amber Herbranson
03:16:52
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! This is super.
Melissa Herman
03:17:33
Thanks
Bridget & Dave
03:18:04
lol and if you get nothing else out of it - you get 7 CEUS!! LOL!
Lisa Thorp
03:19:52
thanks!