BHECN Webinar Series: Core Topics - Archive

BHECN Webinar Series:
Core Topics for Behavioral Health Providers

Core Topics Webinar Archive

The following recorded sessions no longer offer educational credits, however, the information they contain is important and is included here to extend your learning.

The Core Topics Webinar Series is offered by BHECN as a free webinar series resource designed to educate behavioral health trainees on a variety of practical behavioral health topics. Trainees and providers can refer to these webinars as a supplemental resource to expand their knowledge in topics they may encounter as professionals.

Core Topic Presentations 2020
No credit offered for the following pre-recorded webinars:

CID 20CE039b
Dual Relationships in Rural Areas


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Presented by: Cate Jones-Hazledine, PhD 
Co-Director, BHECN Panhandle, Licensed Psychologist and Owner, Western Nebraska Behavioral Health

 


CID 20CE040b
Innovative Delivery Methods for Improving Access to Psychiatric Care

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Presented by: Dr. Margaret R. Emerson DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC

 

 

CID 20CE041b
A Practical Dementia Screening and Diagnostic Guideline for the Primary Care and Psychiatric Mental Health Provider

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Presented by: Nancy Meier, DNP, APRN-BC, MS, 
Assistant Professor College of Nursing, Western Division, University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

CID 20CE042b
Work and Wellness: Integrating a work-lens into your clinical practice with culturally diverse patients

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Presented by: Abby Bjornsen-Ramig, PhD
Associate Professor, Licensed Psychologist
Department of Counseling, College of Education
University of Nebraska Omaha

 

CID 20CE043b
The Cost of Courage: Supporting Rural First Responders

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Presented by: Elizabeth Tolliver, PhD, LIMHP
Assistant Professor, School Counseling Program Coordinator, University of Nebraska Omaha

 

CID 20CE044b
Risk and Protective Factors in Child Mental Health

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Presented by:  Therese Mathews, PhD, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Associate Professor, College of Nursing, Omaha Division
University of Nebraska Medical Center 

 

CID 20CE045b
Trauma-Informed Application of the Seven-Stage Crisis Model

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Presented by: Charmayne Adams, PhD, LIMHP, NCC
Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling
University of Nebraska Omaha

 

CID 20CE046b
Rural Supervision Practices

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Presented by:
Dr. Cate Jones-Hazledine
Licensed Psychologist, Western Nebraska Behavioral Health Clinics
and
Dr. Tara Wilson, LMHP, NCC
Associate Professor
Chadron State College

 

CID 20CE047b
Counseling Farmers and Ranchers

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Presented by:

Mary Fran Rieken, MAE, PLMHP
and
Tara Wilson, PhD, LMHP, NCC
Associate Professor, Chadron State College

 
   

Core Topic Presentations 2019
No credit offered for the following pre-recorded webinars:

CID 41210
Considerations for Working with Patients with Terminal Illnesses

Watch the recorded video link - Click here or on the image

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Presented by: Dr. Kerry Beldin, Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work


CID 41211
A Patient’s Perspective: Living with Terminal Illness

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Presented by: Dr. Kerry Beldin, Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 


CID 41212
Suicide Risk Assessment

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Presented by: Ciara Warden, MSW Coordinator, and Admissions Chair Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 

 


CID 41213
Suicide Postvention as Prevention

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Presented by: Ciara Warden, MSW Coordinator, and Admissions Chair Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 


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Core Topic Presentations 2018
No credit offered for the following pre-recorded webinars:

 

Inform Your Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach for Clients with Dual Diagnosis

Presented by Dr. Dennis McChargue, associate professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
View recording here

Inform Your Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach for Clients with Dual Diagnosis - Presentation Slides


Introduction to Social Anxiety: Identification
and Treatment Options

Presented by Dr. Debra Hope
View recording here

Introduction to Social Anxiety: Identification
and Treatment Options - Presentation Slides

 

Cultural Diversity in Psychotherapy

Presented by: Dr. Andrews
Assistant Professor of Psychology
View recording here

Cultural Diversity in Psychotherapy - Presentation Slides

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How to Apply Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

Presented by Dr. Dennis McChargue, associate professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
View recording here

Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention - Presentation Handout

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The Schizophrenia Spectrum: Science and Practice

Presented by Dr. Will Spaulding, co-author of The Schizophrenia Spectrum and professor of psychology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
View recording here

Schizophrenia Part 1 - Presentation Handout

Schizophrenia Part 2 - Presentation Handout

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Forensic Issues and Civil Commitment

Presented by Dr. Mario Scalora, director of the Public Policy Center and professor of psychology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
View recording here

Civil Commitment - Presentation Handout

Forensic Issues - Presentation Handout

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