Gateway Community Services
Innovations in Treatment Conference Sponsors
April 6-8, 2011-Omni Hotel-Jacksonville, FL
Discover Innovation Gateway Community Services’ Second Annual Spring Conference ‐Innovations in Treatment ‐will bring together more than 250 participants to investigate innovations in the field of mental and behavioral health. The second annual conference is being held at the beautiful Omni Hotel Jacksonville, located in the heart of downtown Jacksonville, Florida. Join us for this educational, inspirational, and engaging conference. Applications have been submitted for Continuing Education Units. Conference registration includes educational sessions, breakfast, lunch, snacks and invitation to the President’s Reception. Hotel Accommodations - Omni Jacksonville Hotel - 245 Water Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202 - omnijacksonville.com Room rate: $98/night double occupancy Reservations: 800.THE.OMNI (800.355.6664) (mention you are with Gateway’s Spring Conference) www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/Jacksonville/MeetingFacilities/GatewayCommunitySpring2011.aspx The Omni Jacksonville Hotel is nestled on the banks of the beautiful St. John’s River. This four-diamond luxury hotel is in the heart of downtown and just steps away from the Jacksonville Landing Riverfront Marketplace, where art, music and shopping thrive. The Omni is conveniently located just 20 minutes from the Jacksonville International Airport, near such attractions as historic St. Augustine, beautiful beaches, museums , Jacksonville’s world class Zoo and Gardens, shopping, sporting events, championship golf and exciting nightlife.
Keynote Speaker Mark S. Gold, MD , Distinguished Professor and Chairman, University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Dr. Gold is an editor, author, teacher, pioneer, researcher and inventor, working for over 40 years to create models for understanding the effects of tobacco, opiates and other drugs on the brain and behavior. He has developed models that have led to the discovery of new addiction treatments and also conceptualized hypotheses which yielded new approaches to the definition and treatment of addictions. Dr. Gold's pioneering work on the brain systems’ underlying the effects of opiate drugs led to a dramatic change in the way opiate action was understood and his seminal work on cocaine is considered classic translational science. Over the past decade he has pioneered hedonic overeating as an addiction and developed animal and imaging models to develop new treatments for overeating and obesity. Dr. Gold and colleagues have explained the role of the workplace environment in physician drug abuse, addictions and relapse after successful treatment. Dr. Gold has been awarded numerous national prizes and recognition for his work, leadership, and mentoring. Since beginning his career in research at the University of Florida in 1970, he has been the author of over 900 medical articles, chapters, and abstracts in journals for health professionals on a wide variety of psychiatric research subjects and has authored twelve professional books including practice guidelines, ASAM core competencies, and medical text books for primary care professionals. He is the author of 15 general audience books. According to a review in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA 272:18, 1996), "Mark S. Gold, M.D. the most prolific and brilliant of the addiction experts writing today... Dr. Gold has spent his career trying to bridge the gap in medical education and practice with the belief that addictions are diseases and that all physicians have a critical role in prevention and, if that fails, early identification and prompt treatment."
General Session Speakers Candy Hodgkins, PhD, LMHC, Senior Vice President of Research, Gateway Community Services, Jacksonville, FL Dr. Hodgkins is a licensed mental health counselor in Florida and Colorado and has supervised the Gateway Community Services’ Research Department for over seven years. She has more than 20 years of experience in the assessment and treatment of chemically dependent and dually diagnosed individuals. During her tenure at Gateway, she has collaborated on research projects with the NIDA Clinical Trial Network including Brief Strategic Family Therapy, Women and Trauma, Adolescents and ADHD, Stage 12, and is currently working with two projects involving adult outpatient stimulant abusers and smoking cessation and adult residential stimulant abusers and exercise. Dr. Hodgkins has participated as either Principle Investigator and/or Evaluator on numerous SAMHSA grants from Ecstasy and Club Drug Prevention, E-therapy, Homeless, HIV users, Drug Courts, Pregnant and Post Partum Women, Adolescent in home therapy, and Child Trauma. Dr. Hodgkins has also conducted research regarding adolescent weight gain in treatment. She often trains professionals in substance misuse, assessment, treatment and evidence based practices. Dr. Hodgkins is also a qualified supervisor for registered interns sitting for Florida licensure. Her work in the private sector includes grant evaluation for different school districts throughout Florida, consultation and comprehensive evaluations for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.
David H. Gustafson PhD, Director of the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison Dave Gustafson is Research Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of WisconsinMadison, Director of the National Cancer Institute designated Center of Excellence in Cancer Communications Research (chess.chsra.wisc.edu) and Director of the Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and several federal government agencies. He co-leads a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation national program to implement evidence-based practices in addiction treatment agencies and state governments. He leads several randomized trials including trials to evaluate strategies for quality improvement, improve quality of life for lung cancer patients and family, improve recovery of colon cancer patients and prevent relapse for alcoholics. His research on organizational change develops and evaluates strategies for promoting and sustaining improvement in behavioral health care and involves over 1500 treatment agencies in 39 of the 50 states. His individual change research focuses on developing and evaluating eHealth systems using as the test vehicle CHESS (the Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System), a set of computer systems delivered through PC and mobile technology to help people facing serious health problems. His randomized trials of CHESS help understand acceptance, use and impact of eHealth on quality of life, behavior change and health services utilization. Dave is a Fellow of the Kellogg Foundation, the Association for Health Services Research and the American Medical Informatics Association, and a Fellow and past Vice–Chair of the Board of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He also chaired the Federal Science Panel on Interactive Communications in Health.
Erakal Shuler, PhD, Senior Vice President of Programs, Gateway Community Services, Jacksonville, FL Dr. Shuler manages a team of individuals that provides phone therapy as well as e-therapy. Dr Shuler is a Certified Mental Health Professional with over 10 years of experience. She has worked in a variety of settings including substance abuse, trauma, and addictive disorders. Dr. Shuler earned her Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Florida State University and her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Psychology from Truth College and Seminary in Jacksonville, Florida.
Nancy Hamilton, MPA, CCJAP, CAP, President and CEO, Operation PAR, Inc., St. Petersburg, FL Ms. Hamilton holds a master’s degree from Troy State University Public Administration College, a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Florida with an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Development. Ms. Hamilton has more than 37 years experience in behavioral health care services, including more than 36 years as a trainer, adjunct instructor and teacher in prevention, intervention and treatment services. Ms. Hamilton is a strong advocate for women and children’s issues and is a well-recognized trainer and public speaker on topics relating to substance abuse, women, adolescents and families, pharmacology, alcoholism, criminal justice issues and child development. She served on the Florida Office of Drug Control, Drug Advisory Council during its tenure. Ms. Hamilton has provided training at national conferences conducted by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and other federal agencies. She has presented at hundreds of conferences in state, nationally and internationally. During the past decade, Ms. Hamilton has been instrumental in designing and implementing Operation PAR’s research projects, including its Cannabis Youth Treatment study funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment where she served as Co-Principal Investigator. A leader dedicated to the community, Ms. Hamilton represents Operation PAR by serving on additional boards including: NIDA Clinical Trials Network Florida NODE Steering Committee; President of the Central Florida Behavior Health Network (CFBHN) Board of Directors; NCI Systems, Inc.; Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association Executive Committee, the Pinellas County Substance Abuse Advisory Board (SAAB) and the Public Safety Coordinating Council. Ms. Hamilton also serves on the Health and Human Services Coordinating Council, Health and Behavioral Health Network. She was invited to serve on the Network by Pinellas County Commissioner Karen Seel. Gary Powers, RN, CEO/President, Gateway Community Services, Jacksonville, FL Gary Powers, the current Chief Executive Officer of Gateway Community Services, has more than 25 years of hands on leadership and clinical experience in the behavioral and medical treatment industry. Prior to working at Gateway, Mr. Powers served in the Military and was in active duty during both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Following his military career, he was employed by the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene. Mr. Powers began his career at Gateway as the Director of Nursing. His leadership and experience in the nursing department catapulted him into the leading position at Gateway. Mr. Power’s innovative spirit is woven into all departments at Gateway. He has tirelessly led efforts to establish phone and web-based services, worked to integrate recovery support services into treatment and provide greater access of services to veterans. He continues to work at building community relations between Gateway Community Services and the Northeast Florida community positioning Gateway Community Services as the leader in drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in the Jacksonville area.
Mark Stoutenberg, PhD (Exercise Physiology) , Research Assistant Professor University of Miami, Florida Dr. Mark Stoutenberg is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Epidemiology & Public Health in the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Stoutenberg’s current work project, Stimulant Reduction Intervention using Dosed Exercise, involves using a prescribed exercise regimen as part of the drug rehabilitation and treatment process. Dr. Stoutenberg’s research interests involve the expansion of exercise and physical activity as part of primary disease prevention, particularly in community-based settings. Dr. Stoutenberg is also actively involved with the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center in developing an integrated, comprehensive approach to cancer treatment and recovery.
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Wendy Danicourt, CAP, CET Access, Managed Care & eServices Director, Operation PAR St. Petersburg FL Wendy Danicourt holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Florida State University. She is a Certified Addiction Professional as well as a Certified E-Therapist. Ms. Danicourt has more than 21 years experience in behavioral health care services, including more than 10 years as a trainer and consultant for evidenced based programs. Ms. Danicourt is well-recognized trainer and public speaker on topics relating to mental health, substance abuse, criminal justice issues, women, adolescents and families, trauma issues, and crisis intervention. Specializing in Evidenced Based Practices: Motivational Intervention, Motivational Enhancement/Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (MET/CBT), Family Support Network (FSN) and Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach (ACRA). Certification in the GAIN, GAIN Advanced Clinical Interpretation, and a National GAIN Trainer.
Schedule of Events
Day One Wednesday, April 6, 2011
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7:30am – 5:00pm Exhibits open 7:00am – 4:30pm Registration open
7:30am – 8:30am Continental Breakfast 8:30am – 8:45am Welcome and Conference Opening 8:45am – 10:00am GENERAL SESSION - Preventing Relapse – The Therapeutic Role of Exercise in Addiction Treatment-Mark Stoutenberg, PhD 10:00am – 10:30am Break / refreshments
10:30am – 12:00pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS •101 Meaningful Use: Capture and Maximize Incentive Dollars -Jim Aten •102 Innovations in Behavioral Health Research - Christine Neuenfeldt, PhD and Candace Hodgkins, PhD •103 A Changing Innovation Treatment Model: Moving from Recovery to Discovery -William Duke, PhD •104 How Many Tools in Your Toolbox?-Gerald Shulman, MA, MAC, FACATA
NOON - Lunch included with Conference Registration Fee 12:45pm – 2:00pm KEYNOTE PRESENTATION -Treating Obesity as an Addiction: Why and What Next -Mark Gold, M.D. 2:00pm – 2:30pm Break/Refreshments
2:30pm – 4:00pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS •201 STEP 12 Steps and the MMPI: Using Psychological Testing in the Treatment of Addiction-Michael Herkov, PhD •202 Her story: Lessons from Pioneers in Women’s and Children’s Treatment-Jackie Griffin-Doherty, MS and Daphne Street •203 Matrix Model: A compilation of Best Practices in Outpatient Treatment of Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency-Sam Minsky, MA, LMFT •204 Legal & Jurisdictional Implications of E-Therapy (eServices Certification Session)-Wendy Danicourt CAP, CET & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH
4:00pm – 6:00pm President’s Welcome Reception
Schedule of Events
Day Two Thursday, April 7, 2011
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7:30am – 5:00pm Exhibits open 7:30am – 4:30pm Registration open 7:45am – 8:45am Continental Breakfast 8:45am – 10:00am GENERAL SESSION - E-Services Panel Gary Powers, RN; Nancy Hamilton, MPA, MPA, CAP, CCJAP; Erakal Shuler, PhD, CMHP; Wendy Danicourt, CAP; & Candy Hodgkins, PhD, LMHC 10:00am – 10:30am Break / refreshments
10:30am – 12:00pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS •301 Why it’s not called “Wrestling with the Stars”: Motivational Interviewing-David Duresky, MA •302 Neuroplasticity: Applications in Addiction-Al Mooney, MD •303 Understanding and treating adolescents experiencing co-occurring traumatic stress and substance abuse-Alice Conte, MA, PD, NCC, CAP •304 Immigration and acculturation as it relates to substance abuse and mental health-Pierluigi Mancini, PhD, NCAC II •305 Crisis Intervention & E-Therapy (eServices Certification Session)-Aimee Griffith, MSW, LCSW & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH
NOON - Lunch included with Registration Fee 12:40pm -2:00pm GENERAL SESSION 12:40pm – 1:00pm - Updates on Healthcare Reform, Stephanie Colston, MA 1:00pm – 2:00pm So, Do Smart Phones Really Prevent Relapse?-David Gustafson, PhD 2:00pm – 2:30pm Break/Refreshments
2:30pm – 4:00pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS •401 Beyond Smart Phones and Relapse Prevention. What is next?-David Gustafson, PhD •402 Telehealth: A Technology Assisted Care Project Using Technology to remove barriers to serve Deaf individuals and individuals with disabilitiesSusan M. Fraker, BA, NAD IV, CI & CT & Sandy Castle, MRC, LSW •403 What goes around, comes around: New and Old Innovations in Treatment-Tedd Moorehouse, MA, CAP, Reg MHC Intern, ICADC, SAP, CET-II •404 Military Families & E-Therapy (e Services Certification Session)-Jina Thalmann, MSW, LCSW & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH
Information POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS 7:00am – 9:30am Registration open Noon – Lunch included with registration fee WORKSHOPS (please choose one) PC501 9:00am – 4:00pm Deaf Culture and Treatment Needs: Bringing the two together Susan M. Fraker, BA, NAD IV, CI & CT; Sandy Castle, AAS, LSW, MRC; Deron Emmons, MSW, LSW, TTS Cost $125 includes lunch The Deaf Off Drugs and Alcohol program sponsored by Wright State University-Boonshoft School of Medicine offering a 6 hour professional training on unique needs of providing treatment services to people who are deaf. Components include Deaf Culture, Communication Strategies, Using Interpreters and the Americans’ with Disabilities Act.
PC502 8:00 am – 5:00pm Clinical Principles/Treatment Modalities & Professional Ethics in ETherapy Presenters: Aimee Griffith, MSW, LCSW, Jina Thalmann, MSW, LCSW; Wendy Danicourt, CAP, CET; Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH Cost $135 includes lunch
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CORE CONFERENCE PRICING Wednesday - Thursday, April 6 & 7, 2010 FULL CONFERENCE Registration Fee: $235.00—for registration BEFORE March 8, 2011 $270.00—for registration AFTER March 8, 2011
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CONCURRENT SESSION SELECTION
Please indicate session choices below For detailed description of sessions, please refer to the schedule page. Wednesday, April 6 10:30 am –noon ___ #101 Meaningful Use: Capture and Maximize Incentive Dollars Presenter: Jim Aten ___ #102 Innovations in Behavioral Health Research Presenters: Candace Hodgkins, PhD & Christine Neuenfeldt, PhD ___ #103 A Changing Innovation Treatment Model: Moving from Recovery to Discovery! Presenter: William Duke, PhD ___ #104 How Many Tools in Your Toolbox? Presenter: Gerald Shulman, MA, MAC, FACATA 2:30pm – 4:00pm ___ #201 STEP 12 Steps and the MMPI: Using psychological testing in the Treatment of Addiction Presenter: Michael Herkov, PhD ___ #202 Herstory: Lessons from pioneers in women’s and children’s treatment. Presenters: Jackie Griffin-Doherty, MS &Daphne Street ___ #203 Matrix Model: A compilation of Best Practices in Outpatient Treatment of Substance Abuse and Chemical Dependency Presenter: Sam Minsky, MA, LMFT ___ #204 Legal & Jurisdictional Implications of E-Therapy (eServices Certification Session) Presenters: Wendy Danicourt, CAP, CET & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH Thursday, April 7 10:30am – noon ___ #301 Why it’s not called “Wrestling with the Stars:” Motivational Interviewing Presenter: David Duresky, MA ___ #302 Neuroplasticity: Applications in Addiction. Presenter: Al Mooney, MD ___ #303 Understanding and treating adolescents experiencing co-occurring traumatic stress and substance abuse Presenter: Alice Conte, MA, PD, NCC, CAP ___ #304 Immigration and acculturation as it relates to substance abuse and mental health Presenter: Pierluigi Mancini, PhD, NCAC II ___ #305 Crisis Intervention & E-Therapy (eServices Certification Session) Presenters: Aimee Griffith & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH 2:30pm – 4:00pm ___ #401 ACHESS randomized trial update Presenter: David Gustafson, PhD ___ #402 Telehealth: A Technology Assisted Care Project Using Technology to remove barriers to serve Deaf individuals and individuals with disabilities Presenters: Susan M. Fraker, BA, NAD IV, CI & CT & Sandy Castle, MRC, LSW ___ #403 What goes around, comes around: New and Old Innovations in Treatment Presenter: Tedd Moorehouse, MA, CAP, Reg MHC Intern, ICADC, SAP, CET-II ____ #404 Military Families & E-Therapy (e Services Certification Session) Presenters: Jina Thalmann, MSW, LCSW & Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH
POST CONFERENCE SESSION (check one) ____ Deaf Culture and Treatment Needs: Bringing the two together Susan M. Fraker, BA, NAD IV, CI & CT; Sandy Castle, MRC, LSW; Deron Emmons, MSW, LSW 9:00am—4:00pm $125.00 (lunch is included) ___ Clinical Principles/Treatment Modalities & Professional Ethics in E-Therapy Aimee Griffith, Jina Thalmann, MSW, LCSW; Wendy Danicourt, CAP, CET; Leticia Graham, MSH, MPH 8:00am—5:00pm $135.00 (lunch is included)
Published on Feb 28, 2011