TRAINING EVENTS


Telehealth with Psychologist Lisette Wright

SUMMER SERIES:  Wednesday, JULY 15 | 10-11:30AM

These webinars are follow-up to the first webinar presented by Lisette Wright in April, titled "Setting Up a Compliant and Effective Telehealth Program"

Ohio Children's Alliance Members: FREE | General Admission:  $50 per Webinar 

REGISTER HERE:

 

 Each registration includes webinar materials and 1.5 Continuing Education Credits. 


Ohio Children's Alliance Telehealth 2020 Training Events are Supported by

     


 

July 15 | Clinical Considerations in the Practice of Telehealth | 10-11:30AM  

What are some of the clinical issues you may encounter in providing telehealth therapy? This third webinar will focus on clinical practice issues in telehealth, with a short overview of important coding and documentation items. Clinical competencies, managing crisis, cultural and population considerations, boundaries, administering assessments, and more will be discussed. Important coding, clinical documentation and medical necessity elements will also be presented.

JULY 15th AGENDA

  • Structuring Your Telehealth Practice:  Competencies; Client Populations; and Practice
  • Managing Boundaries and Crisis via Telehealth
  • Treatment Modalities:  Conducting Individual, Family and Group Sessions
  • Coding, Documentation, and Billing Efficiencies

About the Trainer:

Lisette Wright, MA, Licensed Psychologist

Lisette's background includes working for mental health agencies, as an independent consultant for behavioral health/substance use organizations, and as the administrator of a behavioral health clinic. In 2016, she obtained a Graduate Certificate in Corporate Compliance and leverages life lessons to assist others in the industry. Lisette recently spent 2 years as the Chief Compliance Officer for a 174-bed comprehensive co-occurring substance use facility in Minnesota goverend by 245G. There, she developed new lines of business and oversaw operations. She is currently a national consultant. Lisette maintains a small, clinical practice in which she provides low-cost services. 

After obtaining a Certificate in Clinical Information Systems, Lisette helped organizations across the country with EHR selections and implementations. She then designed a nationally-recognized, textbook-published curriculum to help clinicans transition from the ICD-9 to the ICD-10-CM. After the ICD-10 transition and working in compliance, Lisette became proficient in Correction Orders, Policies and Procedures, licensure reviews, payer audits, FWA audits and monitoring programs. She also established an inagural clinical laboratory for an organization that is CMS-approved, COLA-accredited.

Lisette's interests include humanitarian work in Africa as well as mountain climbing. She is active in the non-profit organization "The Kisangaji Project", which she founded in 2008 after visiting a remote village in Tanzania, East Africa. She visits 1-2 times a year and has installed 5 water wells, housing for teachers and a doctor, brought a doctor to this remote village to live, furnished the school with textbooks and supplies, and stocked the medical facility with basic supplies such as Tylenol and antibiotics.


Ohio Children's Alliance Members: FREE | General Admission:  $50 per Webinar 

REGISTER HERE for Telehealth Trainings June 24th and July 15th:  

Each registration includes webinar materials and 1.5 Continuing Education Credits.  


TF-CBT | Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

Aug 13-14 | Oct 1-2 | Dec 3-4

Registration fee for 2-day training is $250 and includes all course materials and 11 Continuing Education Credits.  Participants of this training are required to have a Master's level degree, or be actively enrolled in a Master's level program.


Ohio Children's Alliance TF-CBT 2020 Training Events are Co-sponsored by


In-person trainings will be held @ Embassy Suites | 2700 Corporate Exchange Drive | Columbus | 43231

What is TF-CBT?

  • Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, or TF-CBT, is an evidence-based form of therapy specifically adapted for children who have experienced trauma and who are having significant emotional and/or behavioral problems related to their traumatic life events.
  • The goal of this 2-day training is to prepare clinicians to begin the practice of Trauma-Focused CBT.
  • TF-CBT (Cohen, Mannarino & Deblinger) is a psychosocial treatment model designed to treat post-traumatic stress and related emotional and behavioral problems in children.
  • Initially developed to address the psychological trauma associated with child sexual abuse, the model has been adapted for use with children who have a wide array of traumatic experiences, including domestic violence, traumatic loss, and the often multiple psychological traumas experienced by children prior to foster care placement. 
  • Learn more about TF-CBT

Pre-Training Requirements:

Participants of this training are required to have a Master's level degree or be currently enrolled in a Master's level program.  All course attendees are required to complete the online TF-CBT web-based learning course (for a small fee, separate from this training) prior to the in-person or virtual training.  Go to this website and click "register"Attendees will be required to bring proof of completion of the online training to the in-person or virtual training, for the trainer's verification.

Questions about Consultation Calls and full Certification requirements will be provided during the training days, for registered participants.


About the Trainer:

Kristine Buffington, MSW, LISW-S

Kristine is a certified TF-CBT trainer, with more than 20 years of experience.  Kristine is considered an expert in trauma informed care and trains providers, courts, agencies, and therapists nationwide in TF-CBT under the direction of Judith Cohen, MD and Anthony Mannarino, Ph.D., the developers of this treatment model. Kristine served as Chair of the Ohio Department of Mental Health Child Trauma Task Force Training and Evidence Based Practices Committee. She is a former member and past chair of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) Juvenile Delinquency Committee.