Community Integration Workshop
"How Providers Can Help: The Role of Psychiatric Rehabilitation for People Who Live with Serious Mental Health Conditions’ Quest for Purpose and Meaning"
June 24, 2022 | In-person only at the Skirball Cultural Center | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)
This workshop will challenge providers to examine their principles and strategies of helping people who live with serious mental health conditions so as to broaden their psychosocial rehabilitation tools to include those that invite and offer activation of hope, a willingness to try and the discovery of new meaning and valued roles. This workshop is being exclusively offered, for free, to all in-person attendees of the Community Integration Conference happening the day before on June 23.
1.Participants will differentiate between recovery-oriented principles and disease-oriented principles and practices in serious mental health conditions.
2.Participants will define and practice psychiatric rehabilitation
strategies of assessing and developing readiness for rehabilitation;
purpose driven diagnosis, planning and intervention; and collaborative coaching.
3.Participants will recognize how peers and programs are utilizing psychiatric principles and programs.
8:00 AM - Continental Breakfast and Sign In
8:30 AM – Noon - Workshop
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Three and one-half (3.5) contact/credit/clock hours have been designated by the Menninger Clinic for the following disciplines:
Licensed Professional Counselors
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists
***Those not listed above will receive a certificate of attendance
Successful completion of this activity requires 100% attendance of the activity. No partial credits will be awarded. For more information on Continuing Education Credits as it relates to this conference, please see the full brochure.