BHECN Webinar Series: Core Topics for Behavioral Health Providers

BHECN offers a free webinar series 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.

BHECN Webinar Series: Core Topics for Behavioral Health Providers
Release Date: April 6, 2020
Expires: April 5, 2021

TARGET AUDIENCE

 Advanced practice providers, nurses, licensed mental health therapists, and social workers

Method of Participation
The estimated time to complete each enduring activity is 60 minutes.

In order to receive contact hours, you must complete these additional steps prior to the activity expiration date:


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

  

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Identify particular challenges regarding dual relationships in rural practice.
  2. Define harmful versus non-harmful dual relationships.
  3. Provide a framework for clinicians to determine which dual relationships should not be engaged in.

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Disclosures: Dr. Catherine Jones-Hazledine states that she is the owner of Western Nebraska Behavioral Health Clinics, P.C.

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

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Define the core components of collaborative and integrated care strategies
  2. Explain specific collaborative clinician roles and corresponding tasks associated with these roles
  3. describe how collaborative and integrated care strategies are applied in primary care
  4. Describe pertinent outcomes for treating common mental disorders in primary care using a collaborative care model

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Disclosures: Dr. Margaret Emerson has nothing to disclose.

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

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Review the parts of the brain and corresponding functions including identifying normal aging changes in the brain
  2. Describe the signs, symptoms, and differential diagnosis of dementia, including the 3 Ds (delirium, depression, and dementia)
  3. Discuss the medical and psychiatric conditions that mimic dementia symptoms; use laboratory, radiographic and other “rule out” tests
  4. Identify the steps of a comprehensive assessment and screening tools used for evaluation of older adult with dementia symptoms
  5. List earliest symptoms of the 4 most common neurocognitive disorders including a review of DSM-5

6.Confirm initial findings before referral or initiating a full dementia evaluation

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Disclosures: Dr. Nancy Meier has nothing to disclose.

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

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Examine pervasive practitioner attitudes related to addressing work-related concerns in practice, including personal and professional biases related to work, as well as career myths.
  2. Identify the interrelated nature of personal counseling and career counseling for culturally diverse clients across practice settings.
  3. Evaluate the practical application of modern and post-modern career theories inclusive of the constructs of gender, race, ability, sexual orientation, social class, and other demographic variables.
  4. Develop specific strategies for addressing work-related concerns with diverse clients across practice settings.
  5. Acquire free or low-cost tools and resources for assisting clients with work-related issues in their practice.

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Disclosures: Dr. Abby Bjornsen-Ramig has nothing to disclose.

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

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Identify key career cultural concepts of the first responders physical and psychological factors, and what makes trauma different for first responders
  2. Describe the unique needs and considerations of rural first responder departments, particularly in Nebraska
  3. Integrate best support strategies for first responders through the identification and remediation of treatment barriers

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Disclosures: Dr. Elizabeth Tolliver has nothing to disclose.

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

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Describe salient social and demographic factors that influence child/adolescent mental health.
  2. Discuss the influence of social and demographic risk and protective factors on children’s and adolescents’ biological and psychological growth and development.
  3. Describe interventions that minimize risk and promote protective factors to enhance child/adolescent mental health. 

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Disclosures: Dr. Therese Mathews has nothing to disclose.

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

 

  

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Describe the seven-stage crisis intervention model
  2. Discuss how to integrate trauma-informed principles into the seven-stage crisis intervention model
  3. Explain case examples of the seven-stage crisis intervention model infused with trauma-informed principles with diverse case scenarios

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Disclosures: Dr. Charmayne Adams has nothing to disclose.

CID 20CE046b

Rural Supervision Practices

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Presented by:
Dr. Cate Jones-Hazledine
Licensed Psychologist, Western Nebraska Behavioral
Health Clinics

Dr. Tara Wilson, LMHP, NCC
Associate Professor
Chadron State College

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Develop an awareness of the importance of supervision in rural settings
  2. Explore the supervision process and development
  3. Explore different supervision approaches and how to address them in rural areas

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Disclosures: Dr. Catherine Jones-Hazledine states that she is the owner of Western Nebraska Behavioral Health Clinics, P.C. Dr. Tara Wilson has nothing to disclose.

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

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this enduring activity, the participant should be better able to:

  1. Discuss current conditions and crises affecting farmers and ranchers
  2. Review techniques for working with farmers and ranchers
  3. Identify ways to market behavioral health practices to members of the agricultural community

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Disclosures: Mary Fran Rieken and Dr. Tara Wilson have nothing to disclose.

 

CREDIT

The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Each enduring activity is provided for 1.0 contact hour under ANCC criteria.

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC) through the joint providership of the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education (UNMC CON CNE) and Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN).

DISCLOSURE DECLARATION

All planners and faculty participating in continuing education activities provided by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education are expected to disclose to the audience any support or relationship(s) with providers of commercial products and/or devices discussed in this activity and/or with any commercial supporters of the activity. In addition, all faculty are expected to openly disclose any off-label, experimental, or investigational use of drugs or devices discussed in their presentation The planners and faculty have been advised that this activity must be free from commercial bias, and based upon all the available scientifically rigorous data from research that conforms to accepted standards of experimental design, data collection, and analysis.

The following speakers* and planning committee members listed below have stated they have no financial relationship(s) with providers of commercial products and/or devices discussed in this activity and/or with any commercial supporter of this activity.

The following speaker has stated that they have the following financial relationship(s) and they have agreed to see that all information they planned and/or present is done so fairly and without bias:

Catherine Jones-Hazledine, PhD, LP states that she is the owner of Western Nebraska Behavioral Health Clinics, P.C.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT
These enduring activities are not supported by any commercial or financial interests.


Core Topic Presentations 2019

No credit offered for the following pre-recorded webinars:

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

CID 41210
Considerations for Working with Patients with Terminal Illnesses

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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: Ciara Warden, MSW Coordinator, and Admissions Chair 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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DISCLOSURE DECLARATION & FINANCIAL SUPPORT STATEMENT

 


 

Incorporating Sexuality & Gender Concepts into Mental Health Practice

Part 1: Basics of Sexuality and Sexual Health 

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Part 2: Changes and Challenges in Sexual Functioning

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Part 3: Addressing the Needs of LGBTQA+ Clients 

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Part 4: Treatment of Common Sexual Problems

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1 Social Work CEU is available upon completion of the evaluation of each of the Incorporating Sexuality & Gender Concepts into Mental Health Practice series of webinars (up to 4 credits available). Contact Laura Holly to receive the evaluation.

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Presented by Dr. Amanda Randall and Liam Heerten-Rodriguez from the Grace Abbott School of Social Work, at the University of Nebraska at Omaha 


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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