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Resources and Tools for Addressing Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Communications

National Council for Behavioral Health

For more than 50 years, we have been working to promote health and wellness among our staff, stakeholders, members and the communities they support. With recent news of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) inviting a heightened sense of uncertainty and apprehension, that commitment has never been stronger. In this time of confusion, there is hope. And […]

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Q&A with the #NatCon17 Twitter Ambassadors

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Joy Burwell

Director of Communications, National Council for Behavioral Health

Take a few minutes and get to know our Twitter Ambassadors. They will help you experience all of #NatCon17, sharing their unique perspectives within the behavioral health space and giving you an insider’s view of some of our 20 tracks, thought leader sessions, the film festival and more. Subscribe to the official #NatCon17 Twitter Ambassador […]

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Step It Up: Networking at NatCon16

February 29, 2016 | Marketing and communications | Comments
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Ali Siemianowski

Communications Specialist

In a week, the National Council will kickoff NatCon16 in Las Vegas. While you can’t personally shake hands with the more than 4,000 attendees, the conference is a great opportunity to connect with old colleagues, meet new people and find solutions for your business. Here’s five ways to step up your networking at NatCon16. Prep — […]

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How to Live Tweet NatCon16

February 18, 2016 | Marketing and communications | Comments
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Dr. Ann Becker-Schutte

When someone first suggested five years ago that I use Twitter professionally, I laughed. As far as I knew then, Twitter was for those who shared what they had for breakfast with the world. But I gave it a try, and I quickly learned how much I had underestimated the power of 140 characters. Twitter […]

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#NatCon16 Twitter Ambassadors

February 9, 2016 | Marketing and communications | Comments
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Hannah Coen

Communications Associate

Each year, the National Council Conference grows in sessions, tracks, topic areas and brings you the best thought leaders. And for the second year in a row, this includes a top-notch class of social media ambassadors, sharing their unique perspectives within the behavioral health space. Social media offers a platform for those within the behavioral […]

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How to Make the Most out of Your NatCon16 Experience

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Ali Siemianowski

Communication Specialist, National Council for Behavioral Health

In a recent interview with Harvard Business Review, Susan Cain, author of the New York Times best-seller, Quiet, and a record-smashing TED talk , shared advice for introverts to the make the most of a conference. To a self-identified introvert, large crowds can be exhausting. But, whether you identify as an introvert, an extrovert or […]

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6 Ways to Give Your Voice IMPACT

October 22, 2015 | Marketing and communications | Comments
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Alicia C. Aebersold

Senior Vice President of Communications and Strategic Development

It used to be a chicken and egg situation – you had to be a thought leader to be published, but you had to be published to become a thought leader. Today, social media is the great equalizer. You no longer need traditional “power” to be published. So make a plan to be heard—and build […]

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How Should Your Org Use Social Media?

September 20, 2015 | Marketing and communications | Comments
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Heather Cobb

Sr. Director, Creative & Strategy, National Council for Behavioral Health

Given how people share and rank their experiences with your organization online, how should behavioral health organizations use social media?

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