HELD: Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 10:00am – 11:30am (PST)
Please join us for the webinar: Self-Management Supports. This is the eighth webinar in the 12-webinar series, Minimizing Disruptions in Care Through the Use of Behavioral Telehealth (Video and Phone). The goal of this webinar is to introduce participants to the values, components, and interventions of self-management supports. The topics of self-care and the stress vulnerability model will be explored in detail in order to connect the dots between the trauma effects of COVID-19 and the work participants do daily in behavioral health.
Learning Objectives include:
Participants will be able to list the seven core principles of wellness management for supporting behavioral health clients with self-managing stress.
Participants will be able to list at least three examples of effective queries for engaging behavioral health clients with relapse prevention planning.
Participants will be able to list the four components of relapse prevention planning for supporting behavioral health clients with developing a relapse prevention plan.
This webinar series is intended to not only build skills in telehealth, but also to highlight some of the learning from the field in offering behavioral telehealth services. We want to hear from you, so please bring your innovations, success stories and learning from your own transition to telehealth resulting from COVID-19.
Kellie serves as an implementation specialist and mental health advocate for the University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare. They directly support community mental health agencies in developing recovery oriented and strengths based programs that center the uniqueness, choice, and dignity of every individual seeking support from the system. They have experience in supporting the implementation of Wellness Management & Recovery (WMR), Housing First (HF), CommonGround, Whole Health Action Management (WHAM), Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), Peer Support Services, and Strengths Based Case Management. Kellie’s passions include intersectional liberation and activism, all things nerdy, long distance walking, photography, spending time with their two cats, and finding solace in nature.