Survive and Thrive
in Private Mental Health Practice
What you need to know about the driving forces of systemic change!
Scroll down for more information about this important 6 hr workshop, includes 1 hr Ethics,
Register now, (early registration ends 9/20/19) —click picture above the fee to begin registration.
Date: September 27, 2019 Networking at 8 m with breakfast breads, fruit, coffee, tea, juice. Begins at 9 am, Lunch included in your fee (limited to 120 people), ends at 4:30 pm.
Location: Lakewood Center for the Arts 368 S. State Street Lake, Oswego, Oregon
Presenters: Dave Johnson, ACSW, Michaele Dunlap, PsyD & Michael G. Conner, PsyD,
Early and mid-career professionals need to prepare for major changes ahead in payment and clinical interactions.
Health care reform is changing and will further change mental health care, including clinical expectations.
These changes will disrupt therapists’ expectations about treatment, payment and private practice.
Clinicians can learn what is necessary to maintain their ethics, clinical excellence and private practices in the face of systemic change.
Three highly qualified presenters will address these topics, including:
National, Regional and Local perspectives on system change.
Local efforts to Implement Value Based Contracts and Reimbursements.
Managing Social and Psychological Determinants of Health.
Managing our own expectations as mental health professionals
More about this workshop: Learning Objectives and Core Issues