This February, the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) and NADD, an association for persons with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, will partner again to offer another multi-part webinar series, building on the feedback from last year’s series.
They will host five webinars that will discuss: supporting individuals at risk of challenging sexual behaviors, trauma-informed care, role of the interdisciplinary team in mental health assessments, emotional regulation, and grief treatment.
Webinars are open to everyone, but ANCOR and NADD members can register at a significant discount. The quick details are below.
Introducing: The ANCOR/NADD 2018 Dual Diagnoses Webinar Series
Series starts February 7th!
This February, ANCOR and NADD, an association for persons with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, are proud to partner again to offer another multi-part webinar series that builds on the feedback from last year's series. The unprecedented attendance in the series made us realize there has been a hunger for these sessions as agencies and staff seek the most compassionate and effective approaches to support a person who is dually-diagnosed with I/DD and mental health needs.
In February and March, we're hosting 5 webinars that will discuss: supporting individuals at risk of challenging sexual behaviors, trauma-informed care, role of the interdisciplinary team in mental health assessments, emotional regulation, and grief treatment.
Webinars are open to everyone, but ANCOR and NADD members can register at a significant discount. Multiply your savings by registering for the entire series and receive an additional 20% off!
ANCOR or NADD Members: $69/webinar
Note: NADD members must obtain discount code from NADD.
5-Webinar Series Discount (20% off entire series)
ANCOR or NADD Members: $276 for 5-webinar series
Non-Members: $516 for 5-webinar series
Note: Must purchase entire series to take advantage of 20% discount. Full series purchase entitles registrant to all webinar recordings and materials made available for each session.
Community Support of Individuals at Risk of Challenging Sexual Behavior
February 7, 2018 (1:00pm – 2:00pm, ET)
Presenter: Marc Goldman
A CEO's Practical Guide to Trauma
February 14, 2018
Presenters: Kevin Aldridge, Managing Partner, Aldridge Palay Group
Lara Palay, Managing Partner, Aldridge Palay Group
Role of the Interdisciplinary Team in Managing Psychotropic Medications
February 21, 2018
Presenter: Dr. Thomas Scheidemantel, MD, Senior Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Looking Under the Hood: Emotion Regulation and Dual-Diagnosis
February 28, 2018
Presenter: Julie F. Brown, PhD; author of the Emotion Regulation Skills System for the Cognitively Challenged Client: A DBT™-Informed Approach (2016)
Grief, Death, and Dying: Helping Those We Support in Navigating the Border Between Life and Death
March 14, 2018
Presenters: Margaret Gilbride, JD, CT, Director of Transition, Employment, and Aging & Disability, The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities
Tony Thomas, Executive Director, Welcome House Inc