Survive and Thrive
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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.

 
Non-members
115.00
 

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