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CBHC 2010 Annual Training Conference

Program Brochure

Total Health: Moving Towards The Future October 1-4, 2010

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center  Brekenridge, Co

Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council


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CBHC Members

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Planning Committee

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Breckenridge Resort & Conference Center

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Schedule at a Glance

Contents

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday

4 Days of Educational Sessions

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Advanced Specialized Skills Training 24 Continuing Education Credit Hours

Saturday: Special General Session

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Colorado Community Mental Health Association

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David Lloyd: Transforming Healthcare Delivery, the Challenges for Behavioral Health

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Business Practice Session (Pre-Conference) 8 Board & Upper Management Sessions 9-16 Clinician Sessions 16-23 Registration Information On-line Registration General Information

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Social Events

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Hotel Reservations

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Partners in Education

Lecture Schedule

Welcome

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Keynote & Luncheon: Sunday Jana Stanfield | International

Mulit-Platinum Recording Artist

You've heard her music on 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Oprah, the movie 8 Seconds, and radio stations nationwide. Her compositions are sung by Reba McEntire, Andy Williams and others, and Jana has shared stages with fellow performers ranging from Kenny Loggins to The Dixie Chicks.

Monday: Special General Session

Scott Miller: Achieving Clinical Excellence: Lessons from the Field's Most Effective Practitioners 

Clinician Reception Sunday Night

Breakfast & Lunch on Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Saturday Night Banquet & Awards

Exhibit Hall & Exhibitor Presentations

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Members | Planning Committee Planning Committee Members

COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS

George DelGrosso Executive Director CBHC, Denver, CO Julie Holtz Chief Executice Officer Behavioral Healthcare, Inc Englewood, CO Jeannie Larsen Human Resource Specialist Southeast MHS, La Junta, CO Beth Lonergan Director of Clinical Operations and Performance Excellence, MHCBBC Boulder, CO Dorothy Perry Executive Director SyCare, LLC Pueblo, CO Vicki Rodgers Deputy Chief Operating Officer Jefferson Center for Mental Health Arvada, CO

SPECIALTY CLINICS Asian Pacific Development Center Servicios de la Raza BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS Access Behavioral Care - Colorado Access Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. Colorado Health Partnerships, LLC dba Colorado Health Networks, LLC Foothills Behavioral Health Partners, LLC Northeast Behavioral Health Partners, LLC

Members | Planning Committee

Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network Aurora Mental Health Center Axis Health System Centennial Mental Health Center Colorado West Regional Mental Health Center Community Reach Center Jefferson Center for Mental Health Larimer Center for Mental Health Mental Health Center of Denver Mental Health Center Serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties Midwestern Colorado Mental Health Center dba The Center for Mental Health North Range Behavioral Health Pikes Peak Behavioral Health Group San Luis Valley Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center Southeast Mental Health Services Spanish Peaks Mental Health Center West Central Mental Health Center

Louise Delgado Chair, CBHC Conference Planning Committee West Central MHC, Canon City, CO

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center

• 620 Village Road • Breckenridge, CO 80424 • 800-265-3560 The Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, a retreat, event and meeting destination that combines a distinctively mountain environment with metropolitan technology and amenities, is located at the base of Peak 9 of the Breckenridge Ski Area adjacent to the White River National Forest.

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Schedule at a Glance | Friday & Saturday CBHC Annual Training Conference Friday, October 1, 2010 1:00pm - 6:00pm 2:00pm - 5:00pm

CBHC Registration Open Business Practice Session | Updates on Important Fiscal Policy Issues | Andrew Martinez, Jed Ziegenhagen, Sharon Liu

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Dinner Buffet for Board & Upper Management

Friday | Saturday

Saturday, October 2, 2010

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7:00am - 4:30pm

CBHC Registration Open

7:00am - 8:00am 7:00am - 3:00pm

Continental Breakfast Exhibit Hall Open

8:00am - 8:30am

Conference Welcome & Awards Presentation by George DelGrosso | Honoring: Moe Keller & Carol Staples

8:30am - 9:30am

General Session: Generation Change | Peter Brinckerhoff

9:30am - 10:00am

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

10:00am - 11:30am

#101 Generations, Board Members and Staff in the Environment of Transition (Part One) Peter Brinckerhoff #102 Looking into the Future – How Will Healthcare Reform Change Your Life? | Dale Jarvis #103 Better Boards for a Changing World (Part One) | Noelle Hagan #104 Establishing an Integrated Care Practice in a Federally Qualified Health Center: Lessons Learned | Andrea Auxier, Tillman Farley #105 Health Information Exchange: Important Tools for Integrating Care | Phyllis Albritton

11:30am - 1:00pm

Buffet Luncheon for all Attendees in Exhibit Hall

 Deputy Director’s Meeting & Luncheon 

CBHC Annual Board Meeting & Luncheon

Medical Director’s & Psychiatrists Luncheon: Hosted by Axis Health System

1:00pm - 1:30pm

Awards Presentation by George DelGrosso | Honoring: Gil Sanchez, Wayne Maxwell, Donald Rohner

1:30pm - 2:30pm

General Session: Transforming Healthcare Delivery, the Challenges for Behavioral Health | David Lloyd

2:30pm - 3:00pm

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

3:00pm - 4:30pm

#201 Generations, Board Members and Staff in the Environment of Transition (Part Two) | Peter Brinckerhoff #202 Need for and Use of CBHC/SPQM Statewide Data | David Lloyd #203 Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Boards & Staff (Part Two) | Noelle Hagan #204 Board Roundtables | Diana Graves, Michele Christensen, Linda Olsen #205 Compliance BHO's | TBA

6:30pm - 10:00pm

CBHC Awards Banquet

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Schedule at a Glance

Sunday, October 3, 2010 7:30am - 5:30pm

CBHC Registration Open

7:30am - 8:30am 7:30am - 12:00nn 1:45pm - 4:00pm

Continental Breakfast Exhibit Hall Open

8:30am - 10:00am

#301 Finding, Recruiting and Retaining Quality Board Members | Denise Clark #302 Behavioral Health, Public Policy and the Political Landscape | George DelGrosso, Doyle Forrestal, CBHC Team & Capitol Success Group #303 Meetings, Bloody Meetings (Part Three) | Noelle Hagan #304 Core Issues in the Successful Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care (Part One) | Kathleen Reynolds #305 Wellness: The Opportunity for Change (Part One) | Kenneth Jue

10:00am - 10:30am

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

10:30am - 12:00nn

#401 Havoc in the Boardroom | Denise Clark #402 Washington Update: Healthcare Reform & the Impact on Behavioral Health | Mohini Venkatesh #403 Moving Your Organization Towards an Integrated System: The Board Experience | Bill Warren, Paul Siska, John Chin #404 Core Issues in the Successful Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care (Part Two) | Kathleen Reynolds #405 Weaving Wellness into Your Organization (Part Two) | Michael Allen, Harriet Hall, Julie Holtz

12:00nn - 12:45pm 12:45pm - 1:45pm

Luncheon (Colorado First Lady Jeannie Ritter to be Honored) Keynote: I'm Not Lost, I'm Exploring: The Difference Maker's Guide to Change | Jana Stanfield

2:00pm - 3:30pm

#1001 Criminal Justice: Everything You Need to Know About Working with the Offender Population | Panel | Todd Helvig, Marci Hoffman, Bonnie Sherman, Elaine Cooper, Scott Uhrich #1002 Stress Reduction, Endorphin Elevation and Mental Health Maintenance: Laugh 'Til You Leak With Lessons Learned from Improv Comedy | Jana Stanfield #1003 The Three World Concept of Behavioral Health and Primary Health Care Integration: The Clinician's Perspective (Part Three) | Kathleen Reynolds #1004 On Becoming a Manager: The Nuts and Bolts of an Integrated Training Program (Part One) | Shelley Spalding #1005 The Move Towards Wellness: How Will This Impact Your Future (Part Three) | Kenneth Jue

3:30pm - 4:00pm

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

4:00pm - 5:30pm

#2001 Criminal Justice: The Road to Successful Collaborations: What We've Learned About Creating Successful Collaborations with Criminal Justice for Services with Adults (Session Includes: Three Rotating Simultaneous Group Breakouts) ITC Breakout: ITC Group Facilitator | Phyllis Klaif ITC Group | The Honorable Carol Glowinsky, Harry McCrystal, Marcy Becker, Debra Welsh, Widd Medford Prison Diversion Breakout (DOC): DOC Group Facilitator | Todd Helvig DOC Group | Elaine Cooper, Scott Uhrich, Barbara Becker Jail Diversion Breakout: Jail Diversion Group Facilitator | Kathy Forrest Jail Group | Steve Ball, Cali Thole, David Wemmerus #2002 Using Data to Support Management and Decision Making | TBA #2003 What Makes Integration Work: Successful Models for Behavioral Health Specialists in Primary Care Settings | Panelists: Michael Dow, Roberta Renfro, Stephanie Morris #2004 On Becoming a Manager: An Integrated Management Training Program for Mental Health Centers (Part Two) | Greg Giesen #2005 The Move Towards Wellness: Using Wellness Components as a Part of Treating Your Clients (Part Four) | TBA

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Schedule at a Glance | Monday

CBHC Annual Training Conference

Monday, October 4, 2010 7:00am - 3:45pm

CBHC Registration Open

7:00am - 8:00am 7:30am - 12:30pm

Continental Breakfast Exhibit Hall Open

8:00am - 8:30am

CBHC Update: Health Care Reform: How Will It Impact the Behavior Health Clinician | George DelGrosso General Session: Achieving Clinical Excellence: Lessons from the Field's Most Effective Practitioners | Scott Miller

Monday

8:30am - 9:30am

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9:30am - 10:00am

Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall

10:00am - 11:30am

#3001 Staff Morale and Change: There is No Light at the End of the Tunnel | Randy Stith #3002 Steps to Clinical Excellence: How Effective Are You? (Part One) | Scott Miller #3003 Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care (Part One) | Alexander Blount #3004 On Becoming a Manager: Clinical Supervision Training (Part Three) | Colleen Attoma-Mathews #3005 Patient Health Advocates: Use of Role in Both Physical and Behavioral Health Settings | Gilda Salazar Conger

11:30am - 12:30pm

Buffet Lunch for all Attendees in Exhibit Hall

12:30pm - 2:00pm

#4001 Solution Focused Brief Treatment with Mandated Clients (Part One) | Teri Pichot #4002 Steps to Clinical Excellence: Concrete Tools for Improving Effectiveness (Part Two) | Scott Miller #4003 Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care (Part Two) | Alexander Blount #4004 Mean Girls: Examining Female Aggression (Part One) | Ardis Martin #4005 Pediatric Integrated Health Care Delivery: Principles, Process, and Practical Skills and Tools for the Behavioral Health Professional In a Pediatric Setting (Part One) | Brian Stafford, Barbara Gueldner, Ayelet Talmi

2:00pm - 2:15pm

Coffee Break in Colorado Ballroom (Exhibit Hall)

2:15pm - 3:45pm

#5001 Helping Clients Through Discharge and Other Difficult Transitions | Teri Pichot #5002 The Neurobiology of Trauma and the Implications for Treatment | Janine D’Anniballe #5003 Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care (Part Three) | Alexander Blount #5004 Mean Girls: Examining Female Aggression (Part Two) | Ardis Martin #5005 Pediatric Integrated Health Care Delivery: Principles, Process, and Practical Skills and Tools for the Behavioral Health Professional in a Pediatric Setting (Part Two) | Brian Stafford, Barbara Gueldner, Ayelet Talmi

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Partners In Education

Thank You to Our Partners in Education

The Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council would like to acknowledge and express its sincere appreciation for the unrestricted educational grants, sponsors and exhibitors who participate in our Annual Training Conference, and make it possible by their generous contributions and support.

Exhibitors

(as of July 1, 2010)

Cedar Springs Hospital 2135 Southgate Road Colorado Springs, CO 80906 719-633-4114 or 1-800-888-1088 www.cedarspringsbhs.com Cedar Springs Hospital has been serving the Colorado Springs and surrounding communities since 1924, specializing in the psychiatric treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with extraordinary needs. People of all ages and backgrounds turn to Cedar Springs Hospital for help with a wide range of mental illnesses and chemical dependency needs.

Thank You!

Community Reach Center 8931 Huron St. Thornton, CO 80230 303-853-3500 www.CommunityReachCenter.org Community Reach Center offers a comprehensive spectrum of behavioral health services for all ages, at outpatient offices located throughout Adams County, Colorado. Most services are founded on evidence-based practices. The Center is committed to providing integrated care that marries mental healthcare with primary healthcare, in order to support the overall health and recovery of its clients. Ortho-McNeil Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 6835 S. Robertsdale Way Aurora, CO 80016 303-766-4283 www.ortho-mcneil.com/ortho-mcneil Ortho-McNeil速, Division of Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc, is a healthcare company that draws on the rich patient care heritage of its 2 sister companies, Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical and Janssen Pharmaceutica. Ortho-McNeil速 strives to provide innovative, high quality, safe and effective treatments to advance patient care. SyCare, LLC 1740 Eagleridge Blvd., Suite 110 Pueblo, CO 81008 719- 542-1780 www.sycare.com SyCare, LLC is a partnership of four community mental health centers providing services in 19 counties in central, south central, and southeastern Colorado. These centers include: San Luis Valley Mental Health Center, Southeastern Mental Health Services, Spanish Peaks Mental Health Center, West Central Mental Health Center. The Executive Director of SyCare is Dorothy Perry, PhD, MBA, and the Executive Assistant is Peggy Walker. SyCare is also a member of the Colorado Health Partnerships, LLC Behavioral Health Organization.

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Colorado Community Mental Health Program Schedule at a Glance CBHC Associates Annual Training Conference Pre-CBHC Conference for Colorado Community Mental Health Associates

Annual Fall Conference Program September 29, 30, and October 1, 2010 The CCMHA Board has sought out excellent speakers and topics for the upcoming 2010 Annual Fall Conference at Beaver Run. We look forward to seeing YOU and the Support Staff from each of the Mental Health Centers and BHO’s in Colorado. Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Early Workshop Registration

4:30pm - 6:00pm

CCMHA

Thursday, September 30, 2010 Continental Breakfast & Registration Shari Harley

7:30am - 8:45am 9:00am - 11:30am

LUNCH

11:45am – 12:15pm

Shari Harley

12:30pm – 4:00pm Friday, October 1, 2010

Hot Breakfast Buffet Denise Tomsick Jane Harris

7:30am – 8:15am 8:30am – 10:30am 10:45am – 12:00nn Registration Fee $125.00 - Full Conference per person (includes cost for both breakfasts and the Luncheon)

$50.00 - Additional fee per guest for guest meals Registration form, workshop details, and biographical speaker information will be provided in the CCMHA 2010 Annual Fall Conference registration packet, which will be E-mailed to the Mental Health Centers and BHOs in Colorado. For More Information Contact Arlene Kingsley Board President Phone: (303) 257-9976 Email: arlenekingsley@aumhc.org

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Maggie Tilley Board Vice President Phone: (719) 538-1435 Email: maggietilley@valueoptions.com

CCMHA Mission Statement To enhance communication for non-clinical/administrative staff in the Colorado Mental Health System though education, training, and leadership development. ________________________________________________________________________________________ Total Health: Moving Towards The Future www.cbhc.org


Friday | Business Practice Session October 1, 2010

Program | Lecture Tracks Business Practice Board Track Clinical Track Upper Management  Prevention/Recovery/Wellness  Community Integration  Education & Professional Growth    

Business Practice Session | 2:00pm - 5:00pm Business

State staff from the Division of Behavioral Health and Health Care Policy and Financing will present and discuss current information with Mental Health and BHO staff regarding Accounting and Auditing Guidelines, RVUs, Unit Costing and other policy relating to the financial aspects of the State General Fund and Medicaid Programs. Andrew Martinez is the Associate Director of Finance, Division of Behavioral Health, Mental Health Chief Financial Officer. Jed Ziegenhagen, Rate Section Manager, Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. Sharon Liu, Senior Rate Analyst, Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.

6:00pm-9:00pm

CBHC Networking Dinner For Board and Upper Management Welcome event for our Board members and conference attendees. Enjoy a dinner buffet while visiting with old friends and making new ones. Stretch out those dancing legs and maybe even win a door prize. This special evening promises to be a great start to the CBHC Annual Training Conference!

Friday | Business Practice Session

Updates on Important Fiscal Policy Issues | Andrew Martinez, Jed Ziegenhagen, Sharon Liu |  Practice

Sponsored by the BHO’s: Access Behavioral Care - Colorado Access, Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., Colorado Health Partnerships, LLC (dba Colorado Health Networks, LLC), Foothills Behavioral Health Partners, LLC, Northeast Behavioral Health Partners, LLC. To register for the CBHC 2010 Annual Conference and for more information go to www.cbhc.org

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Management Schedule atSaturday a Glance | Board | UpperCBHC AnnualSessions Training Conference October 2, 2010

General Session | 8:30am - 9:30am

Saturday | Board & Upper Management

Generation Change | Peter Brinckerhoff |  Board Track

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Generations: The Challenge of A Lifetime for Your Nonprofit: As the generations change, new challenges arise for nonprofits in the area of staff, board, finance, marketing, technology and the people the organization serves. In this hands-on day, Peter discusses how each of the key generations, Greatest, Silent, Boomers, GenX, and Gen@ affect your nonprofit and how you can get ahead of the generation change curve. Peter Brinckerhoff is an internationally renowned trainer, author, and consultant to not-for-profit organizations. He brings years of experience in the field to his work, as he is a former board member of local, state, and national not-forprofits, and has worked on the staff and as executive director of two regional not-for-profits. Since founding his consulting firm Corporate Alternatives, in 1982, Mr. Brinckerhoff has helped thousands of organizations become more mission-capable. Peter is the award-winning author of the highly acclaimed books, Mission-Based Management (Third Edition), Mission-Based Management Workbook, Financial Empowerment, Mission-Based Marketing (Second Edition) and its associated Mission-Based Marketing Workbook, Faith-Based Management, and Social Entrepreneurship, all published by John Wiley & Sons, and Nonprofit Stewardship, published by the Fieldstone Alliance. In 2007, Generations, The Challenge of a Lifetime for Your Nonprofit, was released by Fieldstone, and was later awarded The Terry McAdam award for "Best Nonprofit Book" by the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. It was the third time Peter has won this prestigious award. Peter's newest release is the third edition of Mission-Based Management. Raised in Connecticut, Peter and his family lived in Springfield, IL from 1977-2007. Peter and his wife now live in Union Hall, VA.

#101 | 10:00am -11:30am

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Generations and Board Members and Staff in the Environment of Transition | Peter Brinckerhoff  Board Track

Generations: The Challenge of A Lifetime for Your Nonprofit: As the generations change, new challenges arise for nonprofits in the area of staff, board, finance, marketing, technology and the people the organization serves. In this hands-on day, Peter discusses how each of the key generations, Greatest, Silent, Boomers, GenX, and Gen@ affect your nonprofit and how you can get ahead of the generation change curve. Peter Brinckerhoff (see bio page 9)

#102 | 10:00am -11:30am Looking into the Future: How Will Healthcare Reform Change Your Life? | Dale Jarvis  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Many wheels of change are beginning to turn as healthcare reform unfolds – Medicaid expansion, development of health insurance exchanges, a new focus on prevention and early intervention, and new service delivery and payment reform strategies to improve quality and bend the cost curve. This session will explore how these reforms will lead to an era of innovation and improved health and behavioral healthcare for Coloradans. Come find out how healthcare reform will change your life. Dale Jarvis is a Managing Consultant at MCPP Healthcare Consulting, a Seattle-based consulting firm, and a member of the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare's Consulting Services. Mr. Jarvis has extensive experience helping health plans and healthcare providers redesign their administrative, fiscal and information systems. He has contributed articles to books and publications and is a co-author of two books, The Primary Care Performance Management System and How to Thrive in Managed Behavioral Healthcare. Mr. Jarvis has been a certified public accountant in the State of Washington and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants since 1982. Currently Mr. Jarvis is focusing on healthcare payment reform to help ensure that the needs of persons with serious mental health and substance use disorders are addressed as part of healthcare reform. This includes working with states, health plans, regional authorities, and at a national level to develop payment reform strategies that align the mental health and substance use safety net systems with general healthcare reform efforts.

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Saturday | Board | Upper Management Sessions October 2, 2010

#103 | 10:00am -11:30am (Part One) Better Boards for a Changing World | Noelle Hagan |  Board Track

In these tough times, there are more demands on nonprofit boards than ever. What does it take to be a great board and a great board member? This workshop will answer that question by covering roles and responsibilities, personal traits of successful board members, and solutions for some of the sticky situations that nonprofit boards encounter. Noelle Hagan is a consultant who specializes in helping nonprofit organizations and local government agencies become sustainable, dynamic organizations. She is a current trustee of Western State College and a board member of the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley. Formerly, she was Mayor of Montrose and a Resource Development Officer for a community-based nonprofit. Address: 113 Emerald Lane, Gunnison, CO 81230, 970-641-0560.

#104 | 10:00am -11:30am The purpose of the workshop will to be present a working integrated care model currently being utilized in a large FQHC system serving vulnerable populations across a geographic area covering eight counties. During the first part of the session, the presenters will describe their setting, the nature of the population served, and the rationale for integrating behavioral health providers into their network of primary care clinics utilizing a best practice, patientcentered approach that can be difficult to sustain in a system where healthcare policy often drives clinical practice. A brief description of various integration models will be followed by a more detailed presentation of their staffing, clinical training, service-delivery model, and research efforts. Creative solutions for how to fund large scale integration will be presented, and lessons learned about barriers to reimbursement will be shared. Participants will be encouraged to share their own experiences with integration and to ask questions throughout the presentation. Andrea Auxier, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and Director of Integrated Services & Clinical Training at Salud Family Health Centers. After receiving her doctorate from the University of Massachusetts, she completed a fellowship at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. As a native Spanish speaker, she has worked primarily with underserved, multicultural populations, with a focus on those affected by posttraumatic stress. She is interested in integrated primary care practice and research, particularly as it applies to immigrant populations with trauma histories. Dr. Auxier's current role involves strategic planning for the system-wide implementation of the integrated services model, direct administrative /clinical management of the behavioral health team, and clinical training and supervision of students and fellows. She is also a senior clinical instructor at the University of Colorado Denver, Department of Family Medicine and is an associate editor for the Journal of Translational Behavioral Medicine. Tillman Farley, MD is currently the Medical Services Director of Salud Family Health Centers, a migrant/community health center with clinics across north and northeast Colorado. He moved to Colorado from far west Texas where he spent three years directing a federally qualified rural health clinic. Prior to that he was in private practice in upstate New York. Dr. Farley did his residency in family medicine in Rochester, New York after graduating from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Farley is interested in integrated primary care and health disparities research, particularly as it applies to immigrant populations. Dr. Farley has implemented a variety of successful (and some not so successful!) integrated care models in practices in New York, Texas, and Colorado. He has lectured widely on integrated primary care. He has served as a public member on the Commission for Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education, and as chairman of the annual Families and Health Conference sponsored by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.

Saturday | Board & Upper Management

Establishing an Integrated Care Practice in a Federally Qualified Health Center: Lessons Learned Andrea Auxier, PhD; Tillman Farley, MD |  Board Track |  Upper Management | Business

#105 | 10:00am -11:30am Health Information Exchange: Important Tools for Integrating Care | Phyllis Albritton  Upper Management |  Business Practice

This presentation will share with the audience the state-wide framework for health information exchange as defined by the ARRA HITECH Act including HIPAA changes and the scope of Meaningful Use as define by the Act. It will also focus on the policy issues and technical components of shared services as a model for supporting CBHC goals for behavioral health become more aligned with physical health partners on a community-by-community basis. Phyllis Albritton is the Executive Director of the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO), a non-profit public-private partnership created to facilitate health information exchange to improve care for all Coloradans. Governor Ritter has designated CORHIO the state-level entity for health information exchange (HIE) in Colorado.

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Management Schedule atSaturday a Glance | Board | UpperCBHC AnnualSessions Training Conference October 2, 2010

General Session | 1:30pm – 2:30pm Transforming Healthcare Delivery, the Challenges for Behavioral Health | David Lloyd  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Saturday | Board & Upper Management

This workshop will outline specific areas of clinical practice that community providers need to assess in order to take advantage of the opportunities that both parity and healthcare reform will provide. Additionally, the workshop will provide recommended case study based solutions for timely access to treatment and an increased service capacity to support more timely access. David Lloyd is the author of How to Maximize Service Capacity and How to Deliver Accountable Care that have been very helpful to Community Behavioral Healthcare Organizations nationally. In his books, Mr. Lloyd has developed principles and solutions about how CBHOs can deliver quality based “Best Value” accountable care. Mr. Lloyd has been a featured presenter at numerous national, regional, state and local workshops and conferences. Mr. Lloyd's management expertise is built on a foundation of over forty years experience in both private-for-profit and Community Behavioral Healthcare Organization (CBHO) settings. David is also Founder and President, MTM Services and Senior National Council Consultant, P. O. Box 1027, Holly Springs, NC 27540.

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#201 | 3:00pm – 4:30pm

(Part Two)

Generations and Board Members and Staff in the Environment of Transition | Peter Brinckerhoff  Board Track

Generations: The Challenge of A Lifetime for Your Nonprofit: As the generations change, new challenges arise for nonprofits in the area of staff, board, finance, marketing, technology and the people the organization serves. In this hands-on day, Peter discusses how each of the key generations, Greatest, Silent, Boomers, GenX, and Gen@ affect your nonprofit and how you can get ahead of the generation change curve. Peter Brinckerhoff (see bio page 9)

#202 | 3:00pm – 4:30pm Need For and Use of CBHC/SPQM Statewide Data | David Lloyd  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

This workshop will provide an overview of the statewide measurement capacity that is available in the CBHC statewide transactional database and will focus on specific quantitative and qualitative based SPQM dashboards that can provide CBHC members with CQI based comparative information. Further, the workshop will provide instruction on the SPQM Report Export and Report Subscription features available to support non-Internet access to reports for staff. David Lloyd (see bio page 11)

#203 | 3:00pm – 4:30pm (Part Two) Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Boards & Staff | Noelle Hagan  Board Track

Participants will learn about the benefits of strategic planning and the steps needed to create a dynamic plan, whether for their own organization or for a collaborative effort involving multiple sectors. This workshop will be especially helpful for board or staff members who are curious about strategic planning, but have limited experience creating a plan. Noelle Hagan (see bio page 10)

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Saturday | Board | Upper Management Sessions October 2, 2010

#204 | 3:00pm – 4:30pm Board Roundtables | Diana Graves; Michele Christensen; Linda Olsen |  Board Track

Share your Board experiences and concerns with other Board members from MHCs around the state. This is an open discussion between session attendees. Send any questions or subject areas you would like to be discussed by e-mailing diana@thinairweb.com. or bring them with you to the session. Let's learn from each other. Diana Graves, Board Member, Midwestern MHC, Montrose, Colorado. Michele Christenson, CCC Board Member, The Centerfor Mental Health, Montrose, Colorado. Linda Olsen has been a board member of Centennial Mental Health for 2 years as the Rep for Lincoln County. She accepted the position after the Lincoln County Rep retired. Hoping to bring the educational side of society to the Board, she has been a good addition. In Dec 09. Linda retired from Morgan Community College and the Small Business Development Center and is currently contracted back as a part time instructor for the Ag Business Program.

Compliance BHO’s | TBA |  Upper Management Watch CBHC’s website for more information on this session.

6:30pm-10:00pm

CBHC Saturday Awards Banquet Join your colleagues for this special dinner and opportunity to recognize the Board Member of the Year and the winners of the Golden Abacus & Golden Light Bulb Award

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Saturday | Board & Upper Management

#205 | 3:00pm – 4:30pm

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Management Schedule at aSunday Glance | Board | UpperCBHC AnnualSessions Training Conference October 3, 2010

#301 | 8:30am – 10:00am (Part One) Finding, Recruiting and Retaining Quality Board Members | Denise Clark |  Board Track

To make the most of a nonprofit board's potential, careful thought needs to be put into the parts that make up the whole: the board's composition, structure, operations and culture. Learn ways to improve board performance by implementing governance best practices. Participants will acquire useful tools that can be applied immediately to ensure an optimally engaged and highly effective board. Denise Clark is an independent consultant and coach serving the nonprofit sector. With 20 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, Denise specializes in governance best practices, grassroots fundraising, board development, strategic planning and executive coaching. She is known for her spirited training style and commitment to strengthening the sector.

Sunday | Board & Upper Management

#302 | 8:30am – 10:00am Behavioral Health, Public Policy and the Political Landscape | George DelGrosso, Doyle Forrestal, CBHC Team & Capitol Success Group: Gilbert E. Romero, Esq; Joshua J. Rael, JD |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

CBHC Staff will discuss current public policy, the political landscape and issues that will be impacting behavioral healthcare in the coming year. George DelGrosso is the Executive Director of Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (CBHC), which is the membership organization for all the 17 Community Mental Health Centers, 5 Behavioral Health Organizations and two specialty clinics in Colorado. Prior to this position he was the Executive Director of Mental Health Centers in the San Luis Valley of Colorado and Cody, Wyoming. George has been in the mental health field for almost 30 years. The progression of his career started out as a psychotherapist, then a marriage and family therapist, to clinical supervisor and program developer before moving into upper level and senior management. George's expertise ranges from creating and implementing effective public policy for behavioral health, training and development of people who aspire to be leaders, expanding organizational effectiveness, solving system of care issues for children and adults who have mental health treatment needs, and providing integrated high quality mental health treatment in rural settings. In addition to his duties at CBHC, George serves on the Executive Committee of the National Council for Behavioral Healthcare, and is chair of the Council's Association Executives Committee. George combines his years of experience at different levels of community mental health, the information he has assimilated on a broad range of mental health issues, and his familiarity with mental health service delivery across the state of Colorado and nationally to educate policy makers and the public about successful service delivery. Doyle Forrestal is the Director of Public Policy with the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council (CBHC). CBHC is a non-profit 501(c)3 membership organization that represents Colorado's statewide network of community mental health providers. Through her role with CBHC over the past three years, Doyle has worked with policy makers and community leaders to enhance the community mental health system by seeking options to enhance integrated service delivery, assist communities with the necessary supports to provide returning veterans and their families with mental health and substance abuse treatment, and increasing opportunities to provide necessary services to individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Prior to joining the team at CBHC, she was the Associate Director of the Colorado Forum, and worked at the Colorado State Legislature for almost a decade. She may be reached at 303-832-7594 or at dforrestal@cbhc.org. Gilbert E. Romero, Esq is a Principal/Attorney with Capitol Success Group, a government affairs and lobbying firm he started in 1999. Since that time he has represented clients such as Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI); The Colorado Food Service Association; Adams State College; The Alliance; the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council; Ameristar Casinos and Sportique Scooter. Joshua J. Rael is an Associate with the Capitol Success Group, a public affairs and lobbying firm based in Denver, Colorado. Mr. Rael holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Colorado State University-Pueblo.

#303 | 8:30am – 10:00am (Part Three) Meetings, Bloody Meetings | Noelle Hagan |  Board Track

This workshop focuses on meeting strategies that result in the effective use of time and a sense of accomplishment on the part of meeting attendees. Types of meetings, the development of effective agendas, and basic facilitation skills will be covered. The workshop is targeted to anyone who attends meetings and particularly those charged with convening and leading meetings. Noelle Hagan (see bio page 10)

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Sunday | Board | Upper Management Sessions October 3, 2010

#304 | 8:30am – 10:00am (Part One) Core Issues in the Successful Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care | Kathleen M. Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

#305 | 8:30am – 10:00am (Part One) Wellness: The Opportunity for Change | Kenneth Jue |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Wellness programming is the new vehicle full of opportunity for change in how we interact with our clientele and communities, what services we provide, where and how they will be delivered, and what this will mean for redefining the nature of our relationships with our clientele. Key concepts to be shared are: social inclusion and belonging, social capital, stigma or discrimination, integration at many levels, community engagement and a renewed discussion of who and what comprises any community's mental health system. Kenneth Jue, Senior Executive, Monadnock Family Services (a community mental health center), Keene, NH; Creator and Founder of the award winning In-SHAPE Program, created to address the crisis of a 25-30 year shorter lifespan for persons with a serious mental illness; former clinician, community organizer and CEO, 23 Ridgewood Avenue, Keene, NH, 03431.

#401 | 10:30am – 12:00nn (Part Two) Havoc in the Boardroom | Denise Clark |  Board Track

Disruptive board members present a chronic problem for nonprofit organizations and hinder the board's ability to govern effectively. Discuss what constitutes a real troublemaker and what to do when a challenging person has found his or her way onto your board, and learn how to prevent it from happening again. Denise Clark (see bio page 13)

#402 || 8:30am #301 10:30am– –10:00am 12:00nn

Sunday | Board & Upper Management

With the passage of health care reform and the implementation of the Patient Centered Health care Home the emphasis on the integration of behavioral health with primary care is increasing. This two part session, designed for senior administrators and their key integration staff leads will provide the core information needed to generate effective collaborations in bi-directional integration of behavioral health and primary care. Core issues to be discussed include, but are not limited to: the lexicon of integration, merging the cultures of primary care and behavioral health, financing integrated health in Colorado and addressing confidentiality issues. Designed to be very interactive this two part workshop will stimulate discussion, develop ideas for implementation provide support to senior administrators addressing this issue. Kathleen M. Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW, Vice President of Health Integration and Wellness National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare. Ms. Reynolds joined The National Council in March of 2009 after a thirty three year career in behavioral health services in Washtenaw County Michigan. The last 13 years of that career were spent integration mental health, substance abuse and primary care services of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. A national recognized expert on behavioral and primary care integration, Ms. Reynolds now works for the National Council in assisting partnerships across the country in integrated efforts.

Washington Update: Healthcare Reform & Impact on Behavioral Health | Mohini Venkatesh |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Passage of several pieces of federal legislation signifies large-scale changes to the payment and delivery of healthcare services which will require all stakeholders to work together to ensure underserved populations, such as individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders, have access to care that meets their overall healthcare needs. Mohini Venkatesh is the Director of Federal & State Policy at the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare in Washington, DC. Ms. Venkatesh received an MPH from Yale University and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of MassachusettsAmherst. (no photo available)

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Management Schedule at aSunday Glance | Board | UpperCBHC AnnualSessions Training Conference October 3, 2010

#403 | 10:30am – 12:00nn

Sunday | Board & Upper Management

Moving Your Organization Towards an Integrated System: The Board Experience | Bill Warren, Paul Siska, John Chin |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Board members from three different mental health centers will share their boards experience moving toward an integrated service delivery system with mental and physical health care. Presenters will share specifics about each of their unique program(s), why their organization engaged into these programs, lessons learned, and challenges for the future in their area of the state. The workshop will be a combination of presentation and opportunity for discussion and questions. Bill Warren is currently a board member of Axis Health System of Durango Colorado. Bill practiced law in Michigan and Colorado for 35 years. He has served as a board member for Valley Wide Health Systems for three years, served on the Community Health Action Council in Durango for 6 years and has been involved in the development of integrating mental and physical health programs in a five county area of SW Colorado. Paul Siska has always believed that good mental health is a key element to a safe and healthy community. During his career in law enforcement, beginning in 1977, he has had the opportunity to experience first hand the fiscal and human cost of inaccessible and sometimes lack of mental health treatment in the community. Since joining the Community Reach Center Board in 1999, Mr. Siska has been successful in using his time as a governance board member to educate himself on the many aspects of a positive mental health treatment model. He has made it his mission to take advantage of the state and national opportunities for broadening his knowledge in the community mental health system. This effort has made him an invaluable support to many state and local initiatives, including: Metro Area County Commissioners (MACC) Mentally Ill Inmates Task Force; Colorado's Legislative Oversight Committee and Advisory Task Force; Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) for Adams and surrounding counties; Community Engagement/Supervised Evaluation (CESE) Board, a collaborative effort involving Community Reach Center, Adams County Sheriff's Office, Public Defender's Office, District Attorney, Probation Office and the 17th Judicial District; Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice—Behavioral Health/Criminal Justice Working Group; and Prison Health Systems, Inc. His passion and good humor is honored by his Board. John Chin has worked in the for-profit, non-profit and education sectors in Colorado. A management consultant for over 15 years, he also spent over 15 years as a higher education executive –rising to Chief Academic Officer. John is active in mainstream and Asian American community affairs, sitting on a number non-profit boards and councils.

#404 | 10:30am – 12:00nn (Part Two) Core Issues in the Successful Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care | Kathleen M. Reynolds LMSW, ACSW |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

With the passage of health care reform and the implementation of the Patient Centered Health care Home the emphasis on the integration of behavioral health with primary care is increasing. This two part session, designed for senior administrators and their key integration staff leads will provide the core information needed to generate effective collaborations in bi-directional integration of behavioral health and primary care. Core issues to be discussed include, but are not limited to: the lexicon of integration, merging the cultures of primary care and behavioral health, financing integrated health in Colorado and addressing confidentiality issues. Designed to be very interactive this two part workshop will stimulate discussion, develop ideas for implementation provide support to senior administrators addressing this issue. Kathleen M. Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW (see bio on page 14)

#405 | 10:30am – 12:00nn (Part Two) Weaving Wellness into Your Organization | Michael Allen, LCSW, CACIII; Harriet Hall, PhD; Julie Holtz, MS |  Board Track |  Upper Management |  Business Practice

Mental Health Centers and BHO's are actively engaged in incorporating wellness into their service delivery. Three presenters will share their programs and experience brining wellness into their organizational culture. A recent CBHC survey that collected current wellness activities from its members across the state will also be discussed. Michael Allen, LCSW, CACIII, Vice President, Connect Care and ProCare, Pikes Peak Behavioral Health Group, 2864 South Circle Drive, Suite 1000, Colorado Springs, CO 80906. Harriet L. Hall, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and has served as the President and CEO of Jefferson Center for Mental Health since 1984. Jefferson Center serves a three county region including Jefferson, Gilpin and Clear Creek. Dr. Hall serves on a variety of local, state and national Boards, committees and Task Forces. Julie Holtz, MS, Chief Executive Officer, Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., 155 Inverness Drive West, #201, Englewood, CO 80111. Julie Holtz has worked in the Colorado behavioral health system for over 25 years, including work in community mental health, inpatient psychiatric programs, and commercial managed care settings. She has been with BHI since 1999 and has served in the role of Chief Executive Officer since 2005. (no photo available)

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Sunday | Board | Upper Management & Clinician Sessions October 3, 2010

Keynote & Luncheon | 12:00nn - 1:45pm I'm Not Lost, I'm Exploring: The Difference Maker's Guide to Change | Jana Stanfield  Education & Professional Growth

Do you ever feel like you're working with no map on an ever-changing terrain? Multi-platinum songwriter Jana Stanfield's combination of music and message will convince you that you're exactly where you need to be on your journey. Known as the Queen of Heavy MENTAL, Jana Stanfield's music has been described as psychotherapy you can dance to.

This is a stress reduction session full of fun and laughter. You will leave this empowering presentation with improved coping skills that you can immediately apply for stress reduction, endorphin elevation, and mental health maintenance.

#1001 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm Criminal Justice: Everything You Need to Know About Working with the Offender Population Speaker Panel | Facilitator: Todd Helvig, PhD; Marci Hoffman; Bonnie Sherman; Elaine Cooper, MEd, LPC, NCC; Scott Uhrich |  Community Integration

The objective of this session is for participants to leave with actionable learning regarding working with the offender population. The focus will be less about what is different about this population, but instead what important therapeutic skills the clinician already has that are applicable and probably even more important for success with this population.  Myth-busting: What are beliefs about the offender population and what tends to be true?  Reviewing the power of the therapeutic relationship and positive regard.  Navigating issues of limits of confidentiality in working in a collaborative effort and maintaining trust.  Applying therapeutic factors that you know to be effective with any population to working with these clients.  Understanding the unique role of the clinician as an integral and expert member of the criminal justice collaboration.  Believing and reinforcing the client's basic goodness, while understanding implications of criminal behavior or sociopathy. Todd Helvig, PhD, Colorado Department of Corrections / Div of Adult Parole, Community Corrections, YOS Clinical Psychologist; Manager of Community Behavioral Health Services; Chair of DOC's Approved Treatment Provider Board; current Director on Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network's Board of Directors. 940 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80203. (no photo available) Marci Hoffman is currently the Problem Solving Court Coordinator for the 19th Judicial District in Greeley, Colo. She began her judicial career in 1996 and has worked for the 20th and 8th Judicial Districts respectfully. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Regis University in 2006. Marci is an active supporter of Weld County's DREAM Sober Group and the Peer Specialist component of the drug court program. Elaine Cooper, MEd, LPC, NCC is the mental health therapist for the John Eachon Re-Entry Program (JERP) and works to successfully and permanently reintegrate mentally ill offenders with co-occurring disorders into the community. Elaine has been part of JERP since doors opened in November 2005. Bonnie Sherman recently completed 19th Judicial Adult Drug Court Program and has been instrumental in implementing the Peer Specialist component and is a certified Peer Specialist. Bonnie is an active member of the DREAM sober group, was the first appointed president of the group and developed the bylaws transforming the group to a 501(c)3 non-profit. Scott Uhrich is a client of the John Eachon Re-Entry Program and former inmate with the Colorado Department of Corrections. Scott is a coordinator at the food bank for Wellsprings Church, and is a student at Red Rocks Community College, currently sustaining a 4.0 GPA. (no photo available)

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Jana Stanfield | You've heard her music on 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Oprah, the movie 8 Seconds, and radio stations nationwide. Her compositions are sung by Reba McEntire, Andy Williams and others, and Jana has shared stages with fellow performers ranging from Kenny Loggins to The Dixie Chicks. Jana's Music: Known as "The Queen of Heavy Mental," Jana describes her music as "psychotherapy you can dance to." With soaring vocals, acoustic arrangements, and meaningful lyrics, Jana Stanfield says that her goal is to use her music to give people a "faith-lift." Her fans say the music is the ideal alternative to Prozac…all the mood elevation with none of the water retention.

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#1001 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm (Follow Up Workshop From Keynote) Stress Reduction, Endorphin Elevation and Mental Health Maintenance: Laugh 'Til You Leak With Lessons Learned from Improv Comedy | Jana Stanfield |  Education & Professional Growth

Sunday | Clinician Sessions

Did you know that laughter is a learned skill? In this participatory, light-hearted, and fun workshop you will learn the 3 kinds of laughter, 3 easy ways to induce laughter without jokes, and the 3 applications of improv comedy skills that you can use for stress reduction, endorphin elevation, and simple self-defense. Jana Stanfield, C.L.L. is a Certified Laughter Leader with the World Laughter Tour. Before that, she was merely certifiable! Three Objectives:  Identify and demonstrate 3 kinds of laughter,  Demonstrate 3 easy ways to induce laughter without jokes,  Name 3 applications of improv comedy skills that you can use for stress reduction.

Jana Stanfield | You've heard her music on 20/20, Entertainment Tonight, Oprah, the movie 8 Seconds, and radio stations nationwide. Her compositions are sung by Reba McEntire, Andy Williams and others, and Jana has shared stages with fellow performers ranging from Kenny Loggins to The Dixie Chicks. Jana's Music: Known as "The Queen of Heavy Mental," Jana describes her music as "psychotherapy you can dance to." With soaring vocals, acoustic arrangements, and meaningful lyrics, Jana Stanfield says that her goal is to use her music to give people a "faith-lift." Her fans say the music is the ideal alternative to Prozac… all the mood elevation with none of the water retention.

#1003 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm (Part Three) The Three World Concept of Behavioral Health and Primary Health Care Integration: The Clinician's Perspective | Kathleen M. Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW |  Clinical Track |  Community Integration

The workshop, designed for clinical staff providing direct service to consumers will provide an overview the impact of integration could have on front line, clinical jobs. What does it mean to move from case management to care management? What is Health Navigation? How will the integration of behavioral health and primary care make my work better and improve health outcomes for consumers? How does integration support recovery? These are other common questions that will be addressed in their interactive, discussion between the participants and the presenter. Kathleen M. Reynolds, LMSW, ACSW (see bio on page 14)

#1004 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm (Part One) On Becoming a Manager: The Nuts and Bolts of an Integrated Training Program | Shelly Spalding, MEd, LPC |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth

Integrated Management Training is a comprehensive, interactive, live training program designed specifically for community mental health centers. Its purpose is to expand the skills of your agency's most influential clinical and administrative staff in order to prepare them for successful team leadership in middle-management positions. Shelly Spalding, MEd, LPC is the Chief Operations Officer for Community Reach Center.

#1005 | 2:00pm - 3:30pm (Part Three) The Move Towards Wellness: How Will This Impact Your Future | Kenneth Jue |  Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

Clinical Track

There is increasing discussion about including wellness in clinical services. This session will include an overview of what direction wellness approaches are heading, why it is important to mental health, the benefits for clinicians and their clients, and what clinicians need to learn. Kenneth Jue (see bio page 14)

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Sunday | Clinician Sessions October 3, 2010

#2001 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm (Panel Breakout Session) Criminal Justice: The Road to Successful Collaborations | ď ’ Community Integration What We've Learned About Creating Successful Collaborations With Criminal Justice For Services with Adults ITC Breakout: ITC Group Facilitator | Phyllis Klaif Group| The Honorable Carol Glowinsky; Harry McCrystal; Marcy Becker; Debra Pierquet Welsh; Widd Medford, LMFT, CACIII

Prison Diversion Breakout: DOC Group Facilitator | Todd Helvig, PhD Group | Elaine Cooper, MEd, LPC, NCC; Scott Uhrich; Barbara Becker, JD, PhD

Todd Helvig, PhD, Colorado Department of Corrections / Div of Adult Parole, Community Corrections, YOS Clinical Psychologist; Manager of Community Behavioral Health Services; Chair of DOC's Approved Treatment Provider Board; current Director on Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network's Board of Directors. 940 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80203. Elaine Cooper MEd, LPC, NCC is the mental health therapist for the John Eachon Re-Entry Program (JERP) and works to successfully and permanently reintegrate mentally ill offenders with co-occurring disorders into the community. Elaine has been part of JERP since doors opened in November 2005. Scott Uhrich is a client of the John Eachon Re-Entry Program and former inmate with the Colorado Department of Corrections. Scott is a coordinator at the food bank for Wellsprings Church, and is a student at Red Rocks Community College, currently sustaining a 4.0 GPA. Barbara Becker, JD, PhD is the Senior Manager of the Criminal Justice Services Team and the Integrated Services Team of Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network (ADMHN). In this capacity she oversees program services for Juvenile Justice, Community Corrections, Jail-to-Community Re-Entry, CIT Case Managers, and the treatment team of the 18th Judicial Mental Health Court.

Sunday | Clinician Sessions

Phyllis Klaif, LCSW, CACIII is the MHCBBC Adult Integrated Treatment Court liaison and the Team Leader for Boulder Adult Outpatient Services. The Honorable Carol Glowinsky has been a Boulder County District Court Judge since 1997. Prior to that she was a Boulder County Court Judge for two years. Before her appointment to the bench, Judge Glowinsky was a Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School from 1983 – 1995. She taught classes in family law, trial advocacy and evidence as well as supervised students in the clinical program. Judge Glowinsky is a frequent lecturer in the areas of family law, criminal law, and drug courts. Harry McCrystal is the Treatment Court Coordinator for the 20th Judicial District. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Addictions Counselor with over 19 years experience in the fields of mental health and substance abuse. He has been working with problem-solving courts since 2001. Harry has worked with adults, juveniles and families in a variety of settings, including inpatient, residential, outpatient and community-based programs. Marcy Becker, Probation Supervisor- Adult Specialized Programs, Probation 1777 6th Street, Boulder, CO. 20th Judicial District Probation Department. Debra Pierquet Welsh, Deputy District Attorney, Adult Integrated Treatment Court Representative, 20th Judicial District, 1777 6th St., Boulder, CO 80302. Ms. Welsh has practiced law since 1983 as a Deputy District Attorney, an Assistant County Attorney, a Guardian ad Litem, a Dependency and Neglect Respondent Contract Attorney, and is in private practice. Widd Medford, LMFT, CACIII, Adult Services Team Leader, Supervises clinicians that treat court mandated, social service, and self referred clients from the community, in the Outpatient Program at Boulder County Public Health. Boulder County Public Health, Addiction Recovery Centers Division, 3470 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304.

Jail Diversion Breakout: Jail Diversion Group Facilitator | Kathy Forrest, MS, LPC Group | Steve Ball, LCSW; Cali Thole, MS, LMFT; David Wemmerus

Kathy Forrest, MS, LPC is currently the Assistant Chief Operations Officer for North County Services at Larimer Center for Mental Health in Fort Collins, Colorado. She has been a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado since 1993, with a Masters degree in Counseling from Georgia State University. She worked with inpatient mental health services prior to coming to Larimer Center for Mental Health in 1989 (then known as Larimer County Mental Health). Since joining LCMH, she has worked as an adult outpatient therapist, on-call emergency services staff and intensive services coordinator. She is a strong advocate for consumers and for interagency collaboration. Steve Ball, LCSW, Larimer Center for Mental Health, 525 W. Oak, Ft Collins, CO 80521. Program Coordinator of Adult Integrated Services Team including joint clinical supervision of the Alternative to Incarceration for Individuals with Mental Illness (AIIM) intensive treatment program with Larimer County Community Corrections. AIIM is an alternative probation sentencing option of probation via the court system. Cali Thole, MS, LMFT is currently the Mental Health Services Team Lead at Larimer County Community Corrections. She has worked with the AIIM (Alternatives to Incarceration for Individuals with Mental Health Needs) program since 2007. Cali received her MS in Human Development and Family Studies, specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy from Colorado State University in 2005. Dave Wemmerus, Probation Officer, 8th Judicial District.

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Monday | Clinician Sessions October 4, 2010

CBHC Update | 8:00am - 8:30am Health Care Reform: How Will It Impact the Behavior Health Clinician | George DelGrosso |  Clinical Track |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth

George DelGrosso (see bio page 13)

General Session | 8:30am - 9:30am Achieving Clinical Excellence: Lessons from the Field's Most Effective Practitioners | Scott D. Miller, PhD |  Clinical Track |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth

#3001 | 10:00am - 11:30am Staff Morale and Change: There Is No Light at the End of the Tunnel | Randy Stith, PhD |  Education & Professional Growth

Changes in mental health centers and services is now the norm, not the periodic exceptions of reorganization, or the implementation of new computer systems. We struggle at finding ways to thrive as professionals within the new culture of constant change. Randy Stith, PhD, Child and family psychologist 41 years. CEO of Aurora Mental Health Center 32 years. Parent of six blended siblings; grandparent of 9 ½ perfect grand-kids.

Monday | Clinician Sessions

Thanks to a number of recent studies, there is now solid empirical evidence for what distinguishes highly effective from average therapists. In this plenary address, participants will what separates the great from the good. In subsequent break out sessions, participants will also learn a simple method for measuring success rates that can be used to develop a profile of their most and least effective moments in therapy—what works and what doesn't. Not only will attendees get a far more exact idea of their clinical strengths and weaknesses and how to use the findings in to improve their own practice, but they will also come away with concrete tools that will immediately boost clinical abilities and effectiveness. Learning Objectives:  Participants will learn three specific practices employed by highly effective therapists;  Participants will learn a method for determining the overall success rate of their clinical work;  Participants will learn a method for identifying cases at risk for dropping out of treatment or experiencing a negative or null outcome;  Participants will learn a method for identifying and improving areas of weakness in their clinical work. Scott D. Miller, PhD is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence an international consortium of clinicians, researchers, and educators dedicated to promoting excellence in behavioral health services. Dr. Miller conducts workshops and training in the United States and abroad, helping hundreds of agencies and organizations, both public and private, to achieve superior results. He is one of a handful of "invited faculty" whose work, thinking, and research is featured at the prestigious "Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference." His humorous and engaging presentation style and command of the research literature consistently inspires practitioners, administrators, and policy makers to make effective changes in service delivery.

#3002 | 10:00am - 11:30am (Part One) Steps to Clinical Excellence: How Effective Are You? | Scott D. Miller, PhD |   Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth

Clinical Track |

Learning Objectives:  Participants will learn three specific practices employed by highly effective therapists;  Participants will learn a method for determining the overall success rate of their clinical work;  Participants will learn a method for identifying cases at risk for dropping out of treatment or experiencing a negative or null outcome;  Participants will learn a method for identifying and improving areas of weakness in their clinical work. Scott D. Miller, PhD (see bio page 20)

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Sunday | Clinician Sessions Schedule at a Glance CBHC Annual Training Conference October 3, 2010

#2002 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm Using Data to Support Management and Decision Making | Speaker TBA |  Upper Management  Education & Professional Growth

An overview of essential data that needs to be collected and analyzed as behavioral health organizations prepare for health care reform. Participants will receive ideas of how to use data in their leadership and decision making and examples of what is currently available in the CBHC/SPQM Statewide Data base.

#2003 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Sunday | Clinician Sessions

Successful Models for Behavioral Health Specialists in Primary Care Settings | Panelist: Michael Dow, PhD; Roberta Renfro, LPC, NCC; Stephanie Morris, PhD |  Clinical Track | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

The concept of integrating behavioral health specialists into primary care settings in recent years has received a lot of support, due to the cost savings and improvements in care that can result. What has received less attention thus far are the detailed changes to clinical models and clinical practice that are necessary to make integration work. This presentation will be a panel of behavioral health specialists working in various integrated settings who will discuss the specifics of the changes to clinical practice that have been necessary in their work, how they have made those changes, and what the obstacles to making those changes have been. The rewards and challenges of providing behavioral health interventions in an integrated setting will be reviewed. Michael Dow, PhD works as a Behavioral Health Consultant at the People's Medical Clinic in Boulder, CO in an integrated primary care program that is a collaboration between Clinica Family Health Services and the Mental Health Center Serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties, Inc. He specializes in integrating mindfulness into psychotherapy and has published and presented widely in this area, including chapters in the recent books, Brilliant Sanity: Buddhist Approaches to Psychotherapy and Existential Psychology East-West. Roberta Renfro, LPC, NCC lives in Colorado Springs, and is employed by Pikes Peak Mental Health as a Behavioral Health Consultant in collaboration with Peak Vista CHC. Roberta brings to this role prior experience in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault as therapist, workshop speaker, and program manager. Stephanie M. Morris, PhD, Medical Integration Clinician, with the San Luis Valley Mental Health Center in Alamosa, CO. Dr. Morris provides behavioral health services for nine healthcare providers in two medical clinics serving the people of the San Luis Valley.

#2004 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm (Part Two) On Becoming a Manager: The Nuts and Bolts of an Integrated Training Program | Greg Giesen, MS |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth

Integrated Management Training is a comprehensive, interactive, live training program designed specifically for community mental health centers. Its purpose is to expand the skills of your agency's most influential clinical and administrative staff in order to prepare them for successful team leadership in middle-management positions. Greg Giesen, MS is a management coach, trainer, bestselling author, DU professor, and talk show host at Castle Rock Radio.

#2005 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm (Part Four) The Move Towards Wellness: Using Wellness Components as a part of treating your clients | TBA |  Clinical Track |  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

This practical session will be focused on making wellness concepts a part of your therapy and treatment planning. Specific skills will be emphasized. Watch the CBHC website for more information on this session.

5:30pm – 7:00pm

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Monday | Clinician Schedule at a Glance CBHCSessions Annual Training Conference October 4, 2010

#3003 | 10:00am - 11:30am (Part One) Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care: Becoming Part of the Team | Alexander Blount, EdD  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

A few segments from the Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health will be woven into a brief overview of the routines of behavioral health practice in primary care with examples of specific interventions that fit in this fast paced service. Alexander Blount, EdD is Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is Director of Behavioral Science in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and the Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health. He is Editor of Families, Systems, & Health.

#3004 | 10:00am - 11:30am (Part Three)

Monday | Clinician Sessions

On Becoming a Manager: Clinical Supervision Training | Colleen Attoma-Mathews, MSW, LCSW |  Clinical Track |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth Integrated Management Training is a comprehensive, interactive, live training program designed specifically for community mental health centers. Its purpose is to expand the skills of your agency's most influential clinical and administrative staff in order to prepare them for successful team leadership in middle-management positions. Colleen Attoma-Mathews, MSW, LCSW is a clinical consultant and also has a successful private practice in Denver.

#3005 | 10:00am - 11:30am Bridging the Socioeconomic Gap with a Peer Mentor Program | Gilda Salazar Conger, RN, CDE | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness |  Education & Professional Growth

The presenter will cover the development of a culturally appropriate health education and resource program, utilizing community individuals, in a large FQHC system. Presenter will describe the evolution of the PHA Program as the economy and local culture changes. Practical alternatives to the PHA Program will be discussed. Worksheet will be available. Gilda Salazar Conger, RN, CDE is a licensed registered nurse and a board certified diabetes educator. She is the author, trainer, director of the Patient Health Advocate Program at SALUD Family Health Centers. Experience prior to Nursing includes counseling Spanish speaking women in abusive relationships and mediation in civil court cases.

#4001 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm (Part One) Solution Focused Brief Therapy With Mandated Clients | Teri Pichot, LCSW, MAC, LAC |  Clinical Track |  Community Integration

Working with clients who are externally mandated to treatment can be challenging. This hands-on workshop will provide practical tools for engaging such clients and discovering meaningful clinical goals. This workshop will demonstrate how to get past the clients' complaints and to the clients' hearts. Teri Pichot, LCSW, MAC, LAC began her career as a psychotherapist 20 years ago. She has worked extensively with individuals, couples, and families distressed by many issues including substance abuse, mental health diagnoses, and domestic violence. She is an international consultant and trainer and has published numerous journal articles and four books.

#4002 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm (Part Two) Steps to Clinical Excellence: Concrete Tools for Improving Effectiveness | Scott D. Miller, PhD  Clinical Track |  Upper Management |  Education & Professional Growth Learning Objectives:  Participants will learn three specific practices employed by highly effective therapists;  Participants will learn a method for determining the overall success rate of their clinical work;  Participants will learn a method for identifying cases at risk for dropping out of treatment or experiencing a negative or null outcome;  Participants will learn a method for identifying and improving areas of weakness in their clinical work. Scott D. Miller, PhD (see bio page 20)

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Monday | Clinician Sessions October 4, 2010

#4003 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm (Part Two) Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care: A Morning in Primary Care | Alexander Blount, EdD  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

A few segments from the Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health will be woven into a brief overview of the routines of behavioral health practice in primary care with examples of specific interventions that fit in this fast paced service. Alexander Blount, EdD (see bio page 21)

#4004 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm (Part One) Mean Girls: Examining Female Aggression | Ardis C. Martin, MD |  Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

Clinical Track |

#4005 | 12:30pm - 2:00pm (Part One) Pediatric Integrated Health Care Delivery: Principles, Process, and Practical Skills and Tools for the Behavioral Health Professional in a Pediatric Setting | Brian Stafford, MD; Barbara Gueldner, PhD, NCSP; Ayelet Talmi, PhD  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery /Wellness Among other topics, this workshop will provide: 1) a framework for co-located models of care in a pediatric setting, 2) an understanding of how to begin an integrated care program, 3) essential tools and skills for success, and 4) an understanding of the financial logistics of sustaining an integrated model in different types of practices. Brian Stafford, MD trained as a pediatrician, adult, and child psychiatrist. Dr. Stafford specializes in providing care at the interface of pediatrics and child psychiatry and in infant and perinatal mental health. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado and Medical Director of Project CLiMB, – a “co-location” model of mental health service access in The Children's Hospital's pediatric residency training clinic. Barbara Gueldner, PhD, NCSP, Licensed Psychologist, Parker Pediatrics & Adolescents, P.C., Parker, CO. Ayelet Talmi, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Talmi is a pediatric psychologist specializing in early childhood mental health. Dr. Talmi is the Clinical Director of Project CLIMB, the Associate Director of the Harris Program, and the Associate Director of the Center for Family and Infant Interaction. Dr. Talmi is engaged in clinical work, research, and training in the areas of mental health integration in pediatric primary care and babies and young children with special health care and developmental needs

Monday | Clinician Sessions

Female aggression is an issue stereotypically seen as just “girls being girls” but with the rise in mental health issues, especially suicide, stemming from this problem, the importance of looking at the various forms of relational aggression, their effect, and potential ways to decrease these events has become paramount. Ardis C. Martin, MD, Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, West Central Mental Health Center, 3225 Independence Road, Canon City, Colorado 81212. Medical School –Wright State University School of Medicine. Adult Psychiatric Training – University of New Mexico. Child/Adolescent Training – Harvard Medical School/MGH/McLean Hospital.

#5001 | 2:15pm - 3:45pm (Part Two) Helping Clients Through Discharge and Other Difficult Transitions | Teri Pichot, LCSW, MAC, LAC |  Clinical Track |  Community Integration

This workshop will provide practical tools for assisting clients in identifying meaningful goals and keeping the clients focused on these goals during times of transition. Whether this is in preparation for discharge or transitioning to another level of care, this workshop will provide new ways to prepare clients and minimize negative outcomes. Teri Pichot, LCSW, MAC, LAC (see bio page 21)

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Monday | Clinician Schedule at a Glance CBHCSessions Annual Training Conference October 4, 2010

#5002 | 2:15pm - 3:45pm

Monday | Clinician Sessions

The Neurobiology of Trauma and the Implications for Treatment | Dr. Janine D’Anniballe, PhD |  Clinical Track | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

The presentation will explore the nature of traumatic events (such as sexual assault, domestic violence, and witnessing violence), and the difference between normal, situational, and traumatic stress. Next, physiological components of trauma will be introduced, such as brain structures and biochemistry, and the essence of phenomenon such as dissociation, hypervigilance, and flashbacks will be explored. Finally, implications for treatment of psychological trauma will be discussed. Janine D'Anniballe, PhD is the Director of Access, Emergency, and Community Services at the Mental Health Center serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties in Colorado. Previously, she was the Executive Director of Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA), the rape crisis center in Boulder Colorado for ten years. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Tennessee, specializing in the area of sexual abuse and trauma. Dr. D'Anniballe serves as a trainer for the Ending Violence Against Women Project for the State of Colorado, providing training throughout the state addressing system response issues in sexual assault cases. She has provided training and consultation to prosecutor, law enforcement, military, and university education programs in more than 25 states across the country. In 2003, Dr. D'Anniballe joined the faculty of the National Judicial Education Program that educates judges on sexual assault issues and how these cases are approached in the courtroom so as to minimize retraumatization of victims without undermining defendants' constitutional rights. Additionally, she testifies as an expert witness in sexual assault cases throughout the state of Colorado.

#5003 | 2:15pm - 3:45pm (Part Three) Behavioral Health Practice in Primary Care: Five Minutes To Change | Alexander Blount, EdD |  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

A few segments from the Certificate Program in Primary Care Behavioral Health will be woven into a brief overview of the routines of behavioral health practice in primary care with examples of specific interventions that fit in this fast paced service. Alexander Blount, EdD (see bio page 21)

#5004 | 2:15pm - 3:45pm (Part Two) Mean Girls: Examining Female Aggression | Ardis C. Martin, MD |  Prevention/Recovery/Wellness

Clinical Track |

Female aggression is an issue stereotypically seen as just “girls being girls” but with the rise in mental health issues, especially suicide, stemming from this problem, the importance of looking at the various forms of relational aggression, their effect, and potential ways to decrease these events has become paramount. Ardis C. Martin, MD (see bio page 22)

#5005 | 2:15pm - 3:45pm (Part Two) Pediatric Integrated Health Care Delivery: Principles, Process, and Practical Skills and Tools for the Behavioral Health Professional in a Pediatric Setting | Brian Stafford, MD; Barbara Gueldner, PhD, NCSP; Ayelet Talmi, PhD |  Clinical Track |  Community Integration | Prevention/Recovery /Wellness

Among other topics, this workshop will provide: 1) a framework for co-located models of care in a pediatric setting, 2) an understanding of how to begin an integrated care program, 3) essential tools and skills for success, and 4) an understanding of the financial logistics of sustaining an integrated model in different types of practices. Brian Stafford, MD (see bio page 22) Barbara Gueldner, PhD, NCSP (see bio page 22) Ayelet Talmi, PhD (see bio page 22)

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Registration | General Information On Line Registration Please register online at www.cbhc.org E-mail registration confirmations will be provided to all attendees.

Payment can be made with either credit card or check!

Registration Fees Friday, Saturday through Sunday $350.00 (Board/Upper Management/Business Practices)

Sunday through Monday $300.00 (Clinicians) Registration fee includes admittance to Sessions, Two Continental Breakfasts, Sunday Keynote Speaker and Luncheon, Sunday Evening Reception,Refreshment Breaks, Monday Luncheon. Full Conference $500.00 (Friday, Saturday - Monday) Registration fee includes admittance to All Sessions, Friday Dinner, Three Continental Breakfasts, Saturday Luncheon, Saturday Awards Banquet, Sunday Keynote Speaker and Luncheon, Sunday Reception, Refreshment Breaks, Monday Luncheon. One Day Only $200.00 (Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon) Registration fee includes (Friday – One Day Session includes Business Practice Session and Friday Evening Reception) Saturday – Monday's One Day Sessions include: Continental Breakfast, Refreshment Breaks and Lunch (does not include evening events).

Conference Registration Fees, less a $50.00 administration fee, will be refunded upon written notice of cancellation received no later than September 15, 2010. After that date, no refunds will be provided. Cancellations for separate event tickets must be received in writing by September 27, 2010, in order to receive a full refund. There will be no provision for partial registration fees or refunds for activities not attended.

Hotel Cancellation/Refund Policy

Summer Deposit/Cancellation Policies at Beaver Run Resort. A one night's deposit is required at time of booking. Reservations must be cancelled at least 72 hours prior to arrival to receive refund less $35.00 processing fee. Cancellations made fewer than 72 hours from arrival date are subject to a one night's cancellation fee. Reduction in length of stay or room type within the 72 hour penalty period, no shows, late arrivals, and early departures are considered cancellations, and are therefore non refundable.

Cancellations should be sent to:

Attention: Tracy O’Shaughnessy CBHC Conference 9249 S. Broadway Blvd., #200-446 Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

Continuing Education

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Colorado Chapter and the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), as well as the NAADAC have approved the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council to offer continuing education credits. For individuals attending the 2010 conference, CBHC will provide certificates of completion that include the contact hours for all conference attendees who request a certificate.

Registration

Registration fee includes admittance to Friday Afternoon Business Practice Session, Friday Dinner, Saturday-Sunday Sessions, Sat & Sun Continental Breakfasts, Refreshment Breaks, Saturday Luncheon, Saturday Awards Banquet, and the Keynote Speaker and Luncheon on Sunday.

Conference Cancellation/Refund Policy

Special Needs

If you have physical or communication needs that may affect your active participation in the conference, please contact Tracy O’Shaughnessy, CBHC Meeting Planner at TracyGMP@aol.com or 303-525-2811, prior to your arrival. If you require special hotel accommodations, please advise Beaver Run when you make your room reservation.

Handouts/Syllabus Book Handouts for this years conference will be available only online.

Available On-Line: Go to www.cbhc.org CBHC will not be providing a hard copy of the “Syllabus Book” this year. Should you wish to have handout copies before the conference you can download them from the CBHC web site ‘Conference’ link at www.cbhc.org after September 15, 2010.

For registration questions please e-mail TracyGMP@aol.com or call Tracy at CBHC Registration 303-525-2811. ______________________________________________________________________________________ www.cbhc.org Total Health: Moving Towards The Future

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CBHC Annual Training Conference Schedule CBHC CBHC Annual Annual at aTraining Glance Training Conference Conference CBHC Schedule Schedule Annual Training atataaGlance Glance Conference Social Events | Hotel Reservations Networking Dinner and Dancing Friday, October 1, 2010 6:00pm-9:00pm (no charge)

Social Events | Hotel Reservations

Welcome event for all of our Friday, Saturday/Sunday and Full Conference Registrants, especially our Board members! Enjoy a dinner buffet while visiting with old friends and making new friends. This special evening promises to be a great start to the CBHC Annual Training Conference! No additional fee for conference attendees. Sponsored by Access Behavioral Care - Colorado Access, Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., Colorado Healthcare Partnerships, LLC, (dba Colorado Health Networks, LLC), Foothills Behavioral Health Partners, LLC, Northeast Behavioral Health Partners, LLC.

CBHC Awards Banquet Saturday, October 2, 2010 6:30pm-10:00pm $65.00

Join colleagues for this special dinner and opportunity to recognize the Board Member of the Year and the Golden Abacus and Golden Light Bulb Awards Winners. No additional fee for conference attendees. ($65.00 per person tickets required for all other guests.)

Keynote Session & Luncheon Sunday, October 3, 2010 12:00nn-1:45pm $35.00

For Board, Upper Management and Clinicians. Jana Stanfield Keynote No additional fee for conference attendees. ($35.00 per person tickets required for all other guests.)

Clinician Networking Reception Sunday, October 3, 2010 5:30pm-7:00pm $25.00

The Base Nine Lounge at Beaver Run will be the site for this fun event to include music, an appetizer buffet, and lots of socializing and lively discussions! No additional fee for conference attendees. ($25.00 tickets required for all other guests.)

Hotel Reservations Call Beaver Run Resort at 800-525-2253

and identify yourself with the CBHC Conference to receive the group rate(s) or visit www.cbhc.org to make your hotel reservations online.

Conference Room Rates

Hotel Room $104.00 features two beds, full bath, small sitting area Deluxe Studio $114.00 features queen bed, sleeper sofa, mini kitchen, spa tub Colorado Suite $124.00 features queen bed, sleeper sofa, mini-kitchen, spa tub, fireplace, private balcony One Bedroom Suite $124.00 features queen bed, sleeper sofa, full kitchen, fireplace, private balcony Premium One Bedroom Suite $144.00 features queen bed, sleeper sofa, full kitchen, spa tub, fireplace, private balcony Two Bedroom Suite $178.00 features three queen beds, sleeper sofa, full kitchen, fireplace, private balcony

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center 620 Village Road Breckenridge, Colorado 80424 Visit www.beaverrun.com for detailed information. Note: All reservations must be received by September 7, 2010 to receive the CBHC group rates. Reservations received after September 7, 2010 will be accepted at the group rate on a space available basis only. If your center has special hotel billing requirements, for multiple rooms, please e-mail Tracy at TracyGMP@aol.com or call 303-525-2811 for assistance in coordinating your group hotel reservations. A deposit of one night’s room, in the form of a credit card or check will be required at the time of making an individual reservation. Neither CBHC or Beaver Run will be coordinating roommate situations. Coordination of roommates and payment for rooms are the responsibility of the individual making the reservation. The standard Beaver Run cancellation policy will apply. Tax Exemption: To receive tax exemption for lodging, a tax exempt certificate and agency check or credit card must be presented to the hotel upon arrival. Individuals will not receive tax exemptions if they pay with personal checks, personal credit cards or cash. The tax exempt form is a PDF downloadable from the www.BeaverRun.com website. These rates do not include taxes, currently 16.21% (which include a 5% resort fee). If tax exempt, just the 5% resort fee applies. Rates are for single to quad occupancy and are per room per night.

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When your workday is done, and you are ready to relax, you will be able to enjoy some wellearned repose in Beaver Runs' facilities and reception areas, which include several spacious outdoor decks overlooking the majestic Rocky Mountains.


Future Conference Dates

September 30 - October 3, 2011 Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, CO

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2010 CBHC Conference Brochure  

Brochure and Program for the 2010 CBHC Annual Training Conference in Breckenridge, CO.

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