Go from Super Stressed to Super Confident
with BHECN's Supervision Boot Camp!
On the second Thursday of every month starting on June 10, 2021 BHECN will offer a ZOOM® webinar series for behavioral health supervisors who want to super-size their skills and get support! Sessions will start at 12:00 p.m. CT and last one hour.
The first session in the series (June 10) includes an overview of how the series defines supervision, introduces the moderators and explains the upcoming topics. The series will continue monthly until we run out of ideas!
Registration is FREE
Location: LIVE online via Zoom
How to be Super - 1
|Dr. Tina Chasek & her Super Friends|
|July 8||Telephone Booths - Not Just for Quick Changes
aka: Telehealth Decision Tree
|Dr. Allison Grennan|
|August 12||Saving All Their Days
aka: Managing Suicidal & Self Injurious Clients
|Dr. Cate Jones-Hazledine|
|September 9||Capes or No Capes
aka: Professionalism in Dress and Interactions
|Dr. Marley Doyle|
|October 14||Gatekeeping: Are they part of the team or not?
aka: Dealing with students/supervisees with dramatically different skill levels
|Dr. Tina Chasek|
|November 11||How to be Super - 2
aka: Increasing Confidence & Competency
|Dr. Cate Jones-Hazledine|
|December 9||Dealing with Rogue Reporters
aka: Ethics in Supervision
|Dr. Tara Wilson|
Christine "Tina" Chasek, PhD, LIMHP, LADC, LPC
Dr. Chasek’s philosophy of treatment style is based on the individual’s strengths, resiliency, and a positive therapeutic and teaching relationship. Dr. Chasek’s research and teaching interests are in addiction counseling and training preparation, counselor education, and clinical outcomes in counseling.
Marley Doyle, MD
Dr. Doyle is currently the director of the Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN), director of the Adult Outpatient Division, and associate program director for the Creighton-UNMC Psychiatry Residency. She is co-chair of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) Steering Committee and was actively involved in the visioning and execution of the new residency program application in which UNMC plans to start its residency program in psychiatry.
She has a joint appointment with the UNMC OB/GYN Department and provides consultation to the Olson Center for Women's Health.
Dr. Doyle earned her medical degree from Creighton University and completed a four-year residency in adult psychiatry at McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University in Chicago, followed by a one-year fellowship in Women's Mental Health at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
She joined the UNMC Department of Psychiatry in 2017 as an assistant professor and associate director of the Women's Reproductive Psychiatry Program, which features a clinic to assist women experiencing mood disorders during times of hormonal transition, such as pregnancy, postpartum and menopause.
A recognized leader in the field of gender equality in academic psychiatry, Dr. Doyle has presented ten peer-reviewed abstracts at national conferences and has six publications in peer-reviewed journals. She is also a frequent lecturer in the medical school and multiple residencies at UNMC. She has won numerous teaching awards and is a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.
Allison Grennan, PhD
Allison Grennan, PhD is a licensed psychologist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation. She received her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and completed her internship and post-doctoral training at the Munroe-Meyer Institute.
Dr. Grennan is the Director of Internship Training for the APA-Accredited pre-doctoral internship in psychology and the Associate Co-Director for the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology (NICPP). Dr. Grennan conducts her clinic in the Omaha Metro area at a pediatric practice located in Bellevue, NE.
Dr. Grennan’s research interests revolve around factors improving the integration of behavioral health in primary care. Specifically, her research interests in demonstrating the effectiveness of the integrated model on behavioral health, mental and behavioral health screening in primary care settings, and the use of acceptance and commitment therapy in primary care. Dr. Grennan also supervises post-doctoral fellows, interns, PhD students, and Master's level students in both clinical and research settings.
Catherine Jones-Hazledine, PhD, "Dr. Cate"
Dr. Jones-Hazledine has been collaborating with BHECN for several years on projects in the Nebraska Panhandle, such as FARM CAMP and the Rural Provider Support Network.
She formally joined the BHECN ranks in 2018. Her other roles currently include Supervising Psychologist/Owner at Western Nebraska Behavioral Health (WNBH) Clinics (with integrated care sites around the Sandhills and Panhandle of Nebraska), adjunct faculty with Chadron State College, and the Munroe-Meyer Institute, and training and supervising early career clinicians in rural mental health.
Before starting WNBH in 2011, Dr. Cate served as an Assistant Professor with the Munroe-Meyer Institute at UNMC for seven years.
Dr. Cate’s training includes a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Chicago, an M.A. in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Tara Wilson, PhD, NCC, LMHP
Dr. Tara Wilson is an Associate Professor at Chadron State College in the Professional Studies department. Before working at Chadron State College in 2016, Tara was on faculty at Wayne State College. Her past clinical experience includes working in integrated behavioral care at Western Nebraska Behavioral Health Clinics, providing mental health counseling in schools while interning with Oceti Sakowin Education Consortium (OSEC), and working as a school counselor at Red Cloud Indian School.
Questions about Registration? Contact Ann Kraft
Questions about the Supervision Boot Camp Webinar Series or Zoom link? Contact Catrina Filkin
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