C4 is offering a series of ongoing webinars where you will learn best practices and hone your skills in the behavioral health field. We are hosting our webinars free of charge. Currently, there are no continuing education credits available.
When the 12-Steps aren’t enough: the use of Exposure With Response Prevention (ERP) therapy in the treatment of substance use
Time: May 17, 2018 @ 1 PM EST
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in America, and are often the driving force behind substance use. However, few therapists are trained in the top, evidence-based treatment for the anxiety spectrum- Exposure With Response Prevention (ERP). Learn from an ERP expert about the basic principles behind the most powerful treatment in the mental health field.Register Now!
Andrea Kulberg, PhD
Dr. Kulberg is a licensed clinical psychologist with 20 years of experience in the treatment of eating disorders and anxiety disorders. She has been employed in various hospital, residential and outpatient settings, including Eating Recovery Center of Denver’s Child & Adolescent Eating Disorders Program. She is currently the Clinical Director at La Ventana of Santa Barbara, a partial hospital and intensive outpatient center for the treatment of eating disorders and other mental health problems. Due to her background in clinical neuropsychology, Dr. Kulberg brings an understanding of brain-behavior relationships to her work, and is able to treat complex cases wherein patients may have developmental challenges or acquired neurological problems. After her initial training in San Diego at Alliant International University, Dr. Kulberg taught psychology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Time: June 20, 2018 @ 2 PM EST
Happier companies are more creative, productive, and as a result, more successful. Since research has determined that when it comes to job satisfaction and happiness at work, one’s relationship with their boss matters even more than the size of their paycheck, it is vital for leaders to create a culture where employees feel appreciated and part of a larger vision, and for leaders to feel a sense of purpose, satisfaction and happiness themselves as they move their business to the next level.
This webinar will draw on principles of Positive Psychology, Coaching, Psychodrama and Sociometry to provide evidence-based, easily-implementable tools, at both the micro and macro level, to help leaders effect change on an individual and organizational level, and take their organization to the next level.Register Now!
Jean Campbell, LCSW, CIPP, CPC, TEP
Jean Campbell, LCSW, CIPP, CPC, TEP spent 11 years in the corporate sector, resulting in her role as Director of Operations for a multi-million dollar organization. In her over 22 years in the behavioral health field, she has served as Family Program Director, Clinical Director, provided team building and organizational development in clinical, business and medical settings and has led ongoing training groups for professionals. Jean blends her clinical and business backgrounds, as well as her training in Sociometry, Psychodrama, Coaching and Positive Psychology to support leaders in their personal and organizational growth, and believes that what we can’t do alone, we can do together.
The Elephant in the Middle of the Examining Room – Doctor Depression, Anxiety and Suicide
Time: July 26, 2018 @ 1 PM EST
When you think about going to visit your doctor or health practitioner you most often think about a man or woman who has dedicated their lives to healing others. You may feel relief as you believe the doctor is here to help navigate you through whatever ails you. Rarely do you think beyond that and wonder, “How is my doctor doing today?”
Abraham Varghese teaches us in the “The Tennis Partner” that doctors are more than their persona. David, the talented resident, is much more than his depression, his addiction, his insecurities or his self-effacement.
Likewise, there are well documented accountings of interns, residents and doctors who, for many reasons, turn to drugs and take their own lives. This interactive presentation examines how to take care of the caretaker.
In fact, “more than 920,000 Americans lose their doctors to suicide each year.” Register Now!
Louise Stanger, EdD, LCSW, CWDF, CIP
Louise Stanger has published on this issue in the Huffington Post, Thrive Global, DB Resources, Journal of Alcohol Studies, The Sober World, Recovery Campus, Counselor Magazine, Campus Recovery, Addiction Blog and other media. Her articles on Doctors etc. have received national and international recognition. The San Diego Business Journal listed her as one of the “Top 10 Women Who Mean Business” and is considered by Quit Alcohol as one of the Top 10 Interventionists in the country. She speaks all over the country and trains staff at Paradigm Malibu, Paradigm, San Rafael, New Found Life, Lakeview Health etc. and develops original Family programs such as the one at Driftwood Recovery in Austin Texas. She was awarded 2014 Foundations Fan Favorite Speaker Award and the 2016 Joseph L. Galletta Spirit of Recovery Award. Falling Up: A Memoir of Renewal is available on Amazon and Learn to Thrive: An Intervention Handbook on her website at http:/.www.allaboutinterventions.com . She is the 2017 recipient of the International DB Resources Journalist of the Year Award and 2018 Forgiveness for Living Plus Awards Honoree.
How to Engage Your Team like a World-Class Leader
Time: August 15, 2018 @ 1 PM EST
The best leaders in the world know how to get people on board and taking action on a shared vision and strategy. How do they do it? What mistakes do many of us make when aiming to coalesce our teams? How can already successful, top level leaders, hone their skills to truly bring out the best in their people? This webinar will cover the three core competencies practiced by the most effective leaders in the world when it comes to engaging and mobilizing a team or an entire organization. Each core competency will be flushed out with specific action steps that participants can take to immediately enhance their efficacy as leaders, or to mentor others in their organization when it comes to engaging their people.
Attendees are encouraged to come to this webinar ready to take notes – this content-driven learning experience is rich in practical application and something many will want to implement immediately!Register Now!
Ilana Zivkovich, MSSW, LCSW, LCDC, CDWF
An experienced executive, certified executive coach, and masters prepared licensed mental health professional, Ilana is respected for her ability to assist top-level executives in building world-class professional teams. An adept facilitator, effective leadership coach, and dynamic public speaker, Ilana is passionate about creating engaging and highly interactive development experiences for professionals that merge personal growth with professional empowerment, ultimately driving desired business outcomes.
Prior to founding Werq, Ilana held a variety of executive level positions in the behavioral health care sector. These experiences allowed Ilana to hone her skills in identifying and developing the next generation of leaders, enhancing workforce engagement, designing and executing strategy, and developing workplace culture that aligns with measurable behaviors and drives desired corporate results.
Ilana holds a Masters of Science in Social Work (MSSW) from the University of Texas at Austin, and is a Certified Executive Coach, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) and a Certified Daring Way Facilitator (CDWF). A California native, Ilana now spends her days missing the beach, but living happily in Austin, Texas, with her husband Zach, and their daughter, Aviana.
Positioning Your Center for Long-term Growth and Success
Time: September 20, 2018 @ 1 PM EST
Let’s face it, too many centers are dependent on single marketing channels, like Adwords or Facebook, but this is expensive and unsustainable in the long-term. It’s also why we’ve seen so many organizations close down centers or shut their doors completely in the past year. There needs to be a healthy balance of admissions coming from professional referrals and alumni in addition to standard marketing campaigns.
This webinar will discuss current trends in the field and what is and isn’t working post-Adwords. In addition, it will provide strategic advice on what you can do today to ensure the long-term health and sustainability of your center for tomorrow.Register Now!
Nick Jaworski is the owner of Circle Social Inc, a digital marketing agency that helps recovery centers and other healthcare organizations connect with patients and their communities to grow their census. He is also an advocate for a more human-centered, individualized and evidence-based approach to addiction treatment due to having gone through his own addiction issues as a youth. When he’s not online, he can be found spending time with his favorite person in the whole world, his daughter.
The Straight and Narrow Bottom Line: Law and Ethics Related to Third-Party Payment
Time: October 17, 2018 @ 1 PM EST
This is a pre-recorded presentation that originally took place at the Addiction eXecutive’s Industry Summit on March 6th, 2018.
This presentation – led by an experienced health care attorney who advises addiction treatment programs and urine drug testing laboratories – will include an overview of laws, regulations, policies, and ethics related to payment from private and public third-parties. The discussion will touch on the Federal Anti-Kickback Statute, state anti-kickback and fee-splitting statutes, the criminal health care fraud statute, False Claims Act, and the Affordable Care Act. This presentation will provide a timely discussion of the legal issues regarding the utilization of, and billing for, urine drug testing, including billing fraud and pass-through billing arrangements with clinical laboratories; collecting insurance payments made directly to patients; assignment of benefits; insurance enrollment; and copayment collection. Applying his practical experience and recent case law, enforcement trends, and legislation, the presenter will provide attendees with an understanding of how treatment programs and laboratories can comply with relevant laws and regulations, obtain reasonable payment, and ensure that safeguards are in place to protect the safety of patients and prevent civil and criminal liability.Register Now!
Michael C. Barnes, Esq
Michael C. Barnes is the managing partner at DCBA Law & Policy in Washington, DC. He has served as a strategic advisor to executives at multinational corporations, primary legal counsel to national health care service providers, and compliance officer for multi-state providers of behavioral health care. Mr. Barnes has authored more than 10 scholarly articles, presents frequently at conferences nationwide, and performs legal analysis for radio and TV networks, including CNN, HLN, and FOX News. Mr. Barnes is also the executive director of the Center for Lawful Access and Abuse Deterrence (CLAAD), a national non-profit working to reduce prescription drug abuse. He previously served as confidential counsel in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.