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2018 NAMI MARYLAND ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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2018 NAMI Maryland Annual Conference

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October 19-20, 2018

The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt

6501 N. Charles Street, Towson, MD 21204

http://namimaryland.wixsite.com/annual-conference

 

Thank you to everyone who attened!  Be sure to check back for updates.

 

Workshops

 

Life After Suicide; A Family Perspective 

Handouts

Carla Spence, Co-Chair NAMI Faith Outreach Committee, NAMI Howard County

 

Housing Options and Resources: Opening the Door to Recovery

Recording

Russell Springham, LCSW-C, Case Management and Housing Coordinator, Behavioral Health Administration

 

Irritability in Youth

Katharina Kircanski, Clinical Psychologist, NIMH

 

Improving Access to SSI/SSDI: The Maryland SOAR Program

Recording

Caroline Bolas, Behavioral Health Administration
E. Caroline Mason, Maryland Disability Determination Services
Erica Brown, Health Care for the Homeless


Navigating the Public Behavioral Health System

Stacy Seymore, COTA/L, CPRP, Behavioral Health Administration

 

Older Adult Behavoiral Health: Bridging Maryland's Behavioral Health, Aging, and Disability Systems

Stefani O'Dea, Director, Office of Older Adults and Long Term Services and Supports
Kim Burton, Director of Older Adult Programs, Mental Health Association of Maryland

 

Say What?  Effective Treatment Requires Effective Communication

Nadia Carrell, Multisensory Math Specialist, FASD Advocacy and Support MD-DC-VA
Sarah Wayland, Special Needs Care Navigator / RDI Consultant, Guiding Exceptional Parents, LLC

 

Stepping Up, A National Initiative to Reduce the Number of People with Mental Illnesses in Jails (Day 2)

Recording Day 1, Day 2

Chenise Bonilla, Senior Policy Analyst, The Council of State Governments Justice Center

 

Supported Employment: An Underutilized Vehicle to Recovery

Recording

Stacy Seymore, COTA/L, CPRP, Director, Employment Services - Behavioral Health Administration

 

Hot Topic for Mental Health and Addiction Professionals: Viewing Behavioral Health Through a Brain Injury-Informed Lens

Anastasia Edmonston, TBI Project Coordinator, Maryland Behavioral Health Administration
Jessica Nesbitt, Supportive Services Case Manager, Brain Injury Associan of Maryland


Suicide Prevention is Everyone's Business

Janel Cubbage, Director of Suicide Prevention, Maryland Department of Health

 

Parity

Ellen Weber, Vice President for Health Initiatives, Legal Action Center

 

NAMI Maryland's Policy Priorities: Get Educated!

Moira Moynihan Cyphers, Director of Government Relations, Compass Government Relations Partners

 

Word Up!  Using Slam Poetry to Thrive and Survive

Gayle Danley, Teaching Poet