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Sessions and Speakers

The Mental Health Services Conference brings psychiatrists and other mental health professionals together to collaborate on practical advice to influence systems-level change for their patients. Our three-day event features a variety of sessions on important topics impacting mental health care today. Below you will find a list of session titles featured at the 2023 conference.

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View the preliminary list of scientific sessions and filter by title, topic, day or speaker. More sessions will be added as they are confirmed.

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General Sessions

  • Am I ready for my patients to see their records? A guide to clinicians on patient centered recovery-oriented documentation
  • Brief video interventions to reduce public, affiliate, and self-stigma toward/among young individuals with psychosis
  • Broaching Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Differences in Supportive Psychotherapy
  • Equitable and Inclusive Early Psychosis Services: Considering Ethnoracial Marginalized Identities and Culture
  • Flipping the Power Dynamic and Learning From People With Lived Experience: The Peer Advisor Program Model?
  • Frequent ED utilization - a whole city approach to addressing social vulnerability in the 911 system
  • Integrating Reproductive Justice into Mental Health Care: Strategies for the Behavioral Health Provider
  • Intensive Mobile Treatment (IMT): An Innovative Approach to NYC’s Hardest to Reach Individuals
  • Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Wellbeing: Promoting Mental Health through Civic Engagement
  • Multidisciplinary Partnering in an Effort to Address Mental Health and Substance use Concerns in Central Appalachia
  • Pediatric Collaborative Care (CoCM) – Established Components, Emerging Strategies, and Future Directions
  • Planning and Designing a Continuum of Care for Public Mental Health – Person Centered, Reimagining State Hospital, & Community Service Expansion
  • Promoting Public Service Psychiatry in a State of Crisis: Lessons from the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Leadership Council
  • Re-examining Psychiatry’s Approach to American Homelessness: Taking on the Housing First vs. Treatment First Debate
  • Texas is doing what?! Introducing the Amplify Model - where Australia’s Headspace meets US Collaborative Care in an effort to meet young adult mental
  • The Asylum in the Archive: An Interactive Exploration of Race and Psychiatry in the Turn of the Century South
  • The Crisis within the Black Youth Mental Health Crisis: A Multi-faceted Problem Requiring a Multi-Pronged Solution
  • The hole in whole person care: Psychosocial Rehabilitation
  • The Landscape of Digital Health... Apps to Application
  • What’s Our Worth? Demonstrating the Impact and Value of Clinical Services

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