23rd Annual Missouri Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (MOPRA) Conference: Implementing Evidence Based Practices

23rd Annual Missouri Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (MOPRA) Conference: Implementing Evidence Based Practices

Date and Location:

September 18-19, 2008, Columbia, MO – Holiday Inn Select Executive Center

Brochure

Registration Fee:

  • $160.00 (MOPRA Members)
  • $195.00 (non-members)
  • $49.00 Case Manage Training Only
  • $209.00 MOPRA Members plus Case Manager Training
  • $244.00 MOPRA non-members plus Case Manager Training
  • student pricing available, call 314-877-6419
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    Room Reservations:

    Our room block is full at the Holiday Inn Select. Other options are:

  • Drury Inn Columbia (573-445-1800)
  • Baymont (573-445-1899)
  • Program Description:

    The Missouri Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association strives to bring together through their annual meeting agencies, practitioners, families and persons living with psychiatric disabilities to improve and promote the practice and outcomes of psychiatric rehabilitation. This comprehensive mental health educational program is designed for community support workers, social workers, psychologists, substance abuse counselors, mental health professionals, consumers and their families that would benefit from learning more about treatment options, new innovative programs, resources and agencies to assist Missouri consumers and staff.

    Program Presenters:

  • Steve Brazill, MA, MAC, CADC III, Director of Program Development, King���s Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, and Managing Partner, Riverside Group, LLC, Wichita, Kansas
  • Scott Breedlove, BS, Administrator, Missouri Substance Abuse Professional Counseling Board, Jefferson City
  • Lindy Fox, MA, LADC, Research Associate, Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, Concord, New Hampshire, and Lecturer in Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire
  • Mary Freiburghaus, APRN, BC, CDE, Advanced Practice Nurse, Cosmopolitan International Diabetes and Endocrinology Center, University of Missouri, Columbia
  • Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD, Coordinator, DBT Services, Missouri Department of Mental Health, Jefferson City
  • Joel Slack, President, Slack Consulting, LLC, and Director of Respect International, Montgomery, Alabama
  • Daniel Strode, MD, Psychiatrist, New Horizons Community Support Services and Medical Director, DRD Columbia Medical Clinic, Columbia
  • Tish Thomas, MS, Project Director, UMKC Institute for Human Development, Jefferson City
  • Continuing Professional Education:

  • Substance Abuse
  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • Full information in brochure.

    Pre-Conference Workshop:

    So, What Does It Take to be a Case Manager?

    Effective case management is an essential component in the successful treatment of mental illness. This training is designed to enlighten professionals who are not fully familiar with the role and duties of a Case Manager as well as to remind Case Managers of the importance of the many responsibilities that they have and why they do what they do. Starting with a definition of case management, this workshop will encompass new and creative ways of introducing and describing the many valuable concepts and duties of a Case Manager.

    Pre-Conference Presenter:

    Carli Horner, MSW, obtained her Masters in Social Work from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She is currently a Community Support Worker for the adult mentally ill at Truman Medical Center Behavioral Health located in Kansas City. Ms. Horner has had vast experience in the field of case management, where she has worked with young children, young adults, adults and older adults in Springfield, Branson, and Nixa, Missouri, and Wichita Kansas. She enjoys working with the mentally ill population and is constantly working to create new and exciting ways of effectively interacting with her clients.

    Pre-Conference Continuing Professional Education:

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • Full information in brochure.

    Conference Actions: