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Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Community Forum

Sunday, October 20, 2019, 3:00 PM


PCBH Community Forum This event, co-sponsored by the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) and Cornerstone Whole Healthcare Organization (C-WHO), will be the first large professional gathering focused specifically on the PCBH model of integrated care, one of the most widely used models of integration. The goal for the day is to organize, challenge, inform, entertain and energize the PCBH-interested community. It is open to all levels of interest and expertise.  The main focus of the day will be discussions led by national experts, top tier researchers and proven on-the-ground clinicians regarding the keys to better understanding, implementing and disseminating the model. We will also learn about the history of the PCBH model, as well as recent developments pertinent to the model, such as coming changes to APA’s ethical standards and notable new/in-progress PCBH research. A mix of presentations, panel discussions, trainings, and workgroups will be used throughout the day. In short, this event intends to engage participants and leave them with a better understanding of the model, in order to move forward both the field and their own PCBH work. This first-ever large professional gathering focused on the PCBH model of integrated care will feature national experts, top tier researchers and proven on-the-ground clinicians in a mix of presentations, panel discussions and workgroups. It is open to all levels of experience with PCBH. Join us! This event occurs right after the annual CFHA Conference in Denver, CO (Sheraton Downtown Denver), October 17-19, which is a separate registration process.   PCBH Community Forum – Agenda and Presenters October 20, 2019 (Sunday), 8:00 am – 3:00 pm Denver Downtown Sheraton Hotel 8:00-8:15 Welcome Remarks          (Neftali Serrano, PsyD)   8:15-9:15 The PCBH Model: Current Standing and An Overview of Our Challenges (Jeff Reiter, PhD, ABPP)   Hear the current PCBH model definition and common barriers to successful understanding, implementation and dissemination of the model. Much of the day will focus on ways to move beyond these barriers.   9:15-9:30 Break   9:30-10:45 (A) Ask a Trainer (Kent Corso, PsyD; Patricia Robinson, PhD; Kirk Strosahl, PhD; Lesley Manson, PsyD) (Moderator: Andrew Philip, PhD, LP)   Ask top PCBH trainers for help with your toughest PCBH implementation challenges in this open Q&A between trainers and audience members.   9:30-10:45 (B) New and Emerging PCBH Research (Part 1) (Jodi Polaha, PhD; Jennifer Funderburk, PhD; Travis Cos, PsyD) (Moderator: Julie Oyemaja, PsyD)   Get an edge by learning about significant emerging PCBH research projects, and discover potential opportunities to get involved in clinician-researcher partnerships.   10:50-11:55 (A) Tackling the Big Issues (Patricia Robinson, PhD; Aditya Bhagwat, PhD, ABPP; Kirk Strosahl, PhD; Kent Corso, PsyD) (Moderator: Deepu George, PhD)   5As or a contextual interview? CBT or ACT? If you wonder how to reconcile the various approaches to PCBH practice, then this event is for you. These trainers will also tackle a key question: how do we provide a structure to transition new BHCs from therapy to consultative work, without imparting rigidity that can undermine a BHC’s success?   10:50-11:55 (B) New and Emerging PCBH Research (Part 2) (Jodi Polaha, PhD; Bruce Rybarczyk, PhD, ABPP) (Moderator: Kathryn E. Kanzler, PsyD, ABPP)   Get up to speed on the latest PCBH research with these presentations on recently published PCBH studies. The researchers will also discuss how they formed productive clinician-researcher partnerships.   12:10-12:55 Lunch n’ Learn: The History of the PCBH Model (Patricia Robinson, PhD and Kirk Strosahl, PhD)   Enjoy lunch (included with registration!) as the original founders of the PCBH model provide an entertaining and informative talk about the origins and evolution of the model.   1:00-2:30 (A) Secrets of High-Performing BHCs (Gaby Lopez, PsyD; Sarah Ortner LMFT, MA; Carlos Lopez, LCSW;

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