National Council webinars present experts on key mental health and addictions topics, followed by meaningful Q&A with webinar participants.
Webinars are offered in the following tracks:
- Addiction Disorders
- Clinical Practice Improvement
- Workforce Development
- Health Reform & Other Delivery/Payment System Changes
- Trauma-informed Behavioral Health
- Health IT & Treatment Technologies
Reducing Tobacco Use in Young Adults
Date: Wednesday, November 5, 2:00-3:30pm EDT
Register for free at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/757631634
Presenters: Rebecca Richey, LCSW, PsyD, Assistant Clinical Director, Behavioral Health & Wellness Program, School of Medicine University of Colorado, Denver; Donna Vallone, PhD, MPH, Senior Vice President, Research & Evaluation, Legacy
More than 80% of adults smoke their first cigarette before they turn 18, and about 33% of young smokers will eventually die from a tobacco-related disease. Images of tobacco use are pervasive in mass media. For example, in 2010, one-third of movies marketed to young adults show tobacco use onscreen. As a result, tobacco control and prevention efforts targeted at youth and young adults needs to employ creative, youth-competent tools and strategies.
Get the latest data on this population to frame your case for integrating tobacco prevention efforts aimed at youth and young adult within your practice and learn tobacco prevention and cessation tips that work well in this population. Then learn how Legacy’s award winning truth® campaign — a national, evidence-based public education campaigned —enlists youth to eliminate tobacco use.
Takeaways to Expect:
• Tobacco’s economic and health implications for youth and young adults
• Tips and treatment modalities that work well in preventing and treating tobacco use among youth and young adults
• The truth® campaign’s critical role in ending tobacco use among youth and young adults
• Community behavioral health providers’ key role in providing cessation and wellness services for youth and young adults
Strengthening Personal and Community Resilience to Mitigate the Impact of Disaster Trauma
November 6, 2014, 2-3pm Eastern/11am-Noon Pacific
Register now: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/700113042
Following a disaster, among those most at risk for developing adverse reactions are individuals with mental health conditions and/or trauma histories. Behavioral health organizations can play a critical role in preparing the individuals they serve and their community partners with the knowledge and skills needed to mitigate these adverse reactions. Join this webinar to explore the impact of disaster trauma, learn about other at-risk populations, and gain specific strategies to promote personal and community resilience.
Presenters: Linda Ligenza, LCSW, Clinical Services Director, National Council for Behavioral Health; and Anthony Speier, PhD, Retired Assistant Secretary, Department of Health and Hospitals – Louisiana Office of Behavioral Health and Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
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