2019 PCCYFS Annual Spring Conference

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Tuesday, September 1, 2020

2020 Annual Spring Conference

PCCYFS is working with the Best Western on a revised event contract for our rescheduled conference dates of September 1-2, 2020. Please check back soon for a new online reservation link to book your overnight room at the reduced PCCYFS rate. Thank you!

7:30 – 8:30

Registration & Hot Breakfast

7:30 – 5:00

Exhibits Open

8:15 – 8:30

Opening Remarks

8:30 – 10:00

Keynote: Michael Sanders, Focusing on Opportunities, Strengths, and What CAN Be Done!

10:00–10:15

Refreshment Break

Leadership/Administration

Leadership/Administration

Direct Care/Clinical

Direct Care/Clinical

Session

 

1

 

10:15–11:45

W-1 Developing Youth Wellness in a Residential Setting

Colleen Daisley, Jim Williams, Neil Glover, Anthony Lucas
1.5 CEU

W-2 Family First: Prevention Services Act: State Updates on Family First Implementation

Gloria Gilligan, Roseann Perry

W-3 Understanding the Impact of Early Trauma: Building the Foundation for Trauma Informed Care

Faye L. Hall, Jeff Merkert

1.5 CEU

W-4 Sex Trafficking and Trauma: Legal Issues, Advocacy and the Survivor Perspective

Jamie Pizzi, Sarah Robinson Barbera, Tammy McDonnell
1.5 CEU

12:00 – 1:00

Networking Luncheon

Session

 

2

 

1:00 – 2:30

W-5 Needs Based Budgeting Overview and Working Effectively with Counties

Gloria Gilligan, Roseann Perry, Kim Young, Terry Clark, Matt Conjelko

W-6 Measuring Clinical Effectiveness in Community Mental Health

Jessica Mastrangelo, Deborah Luckey, Molly Stubbs, Steven Galambos
1.5 CEU

W-7 Modern Day Social Work Ethics, Part One

June Fsher

1.5 CEU

W-8 Teen Technology Usage Trends and Mental Health Sharing through Social Media, Part One

Ryan Klingensmith

1.5 CEU

2:30 – 3:00

Exhibitor Networking Ice Cream Social

Session

 

3

 

3:00 – 4:30

W-9 Family First Prevention Services Act: Evidence-Based Practices

Kira Fatherree

1.5 CEUi

W-10 An Accountability Culture: Using Trauma Informed Principles

Lisa Schiller, Jennifer Marsteller
1.5 CEU

W-11 Modern Day Social Work Ethics, Part Two

June Fisher

1.5 CEU

W-12 Teen Technology Usage Trends and Mental Health Sharing through Social Media, Part Two

Ryan Klingensmith

1.5 CEU

5:00 – 6:00

PCCYFS Board Meeting – Open to all Member Executives

6:00

Dinner on your own but not alone – Join a group of your choice!

8:00 – 11:00

Hospitality Event

 


Thursday, April 11, 2019

7:30 – 8:30

Registration & Hot Breakfast

7:30 – 1:30

Exhibits Open

8:15 – 8:30

Opening Remarks

8:30 – 10:00

Keynote: Bridget Gavaghan, It’s Not You, It’s Your Story - Reframing our Conversations about Human Services

10:00 – 10:30

Refreshment Break

Leadership

Administration

Direct Care/Clinical

Direct Care/Clinical

Session

 

1

 

10:30-12:00

T-1 Impact of Supervision and Management on Casework Retention

Bonnie Christian Marsh, Yoon Mi Kim, George Kovarie

T-2 Collaborating Around New and Innovative Programming… It Takes a Village to Develop Programs

Terri Spiegel Tolomeo, Cecilia Keesey
1.5 CEU

T-3 Tobacco Use, Vaping and Youth: A Look at Tobacco/Cannabis Vaping Trends

David Fialko

1.5 CEU

T-4 Autism and the Child Welfare System

Kate Hooven
1.5 CEU

12:00 –1:15

Networking Luncheon, Exhibitor Gift Raffle & Annual Membership Business Meeting

Session

 

2

   

1:15 –2:45

T-5 Strategic Partnerships: Alliances, Mergers, Backshop Contracting, Affliations – What’s Right for Your Organization?

Michael Kellerman, Jay Deppeler, Carl Clark, Nancy Kukovich

T-6 Considerations for our Workforce: Chronic Organizational Trauma and Email Overload

Lisa Lowrie, Amy Freeman, Alex Redcay

1.5 CEU

T-7 Drug Trends Among Today’s Youth

Matthew Null


1.5 CEU

T-8 Using Virginia Satir’s Self-Esteem Maintenance Toolkit for Self-Care, Client Care, and Clinical Supervision, Part One

Caren L. Rosser-Morris


1.5 CEU

2:45 3:00

Refreshment Break

Session

 

3

 

3:00 –4:30

T-9 A World of Opportunities: Functional Leadership in Therapeutic Milieu

Michael W. Gaffley


1.5 CEU

T-10 Value-Based Contracting: What Providers Need to Know and Do Today

Lynn Kovich, Amanda Roth, Sally Kovich

T-11 Early Childhood Wellness Initiative: Teaching Parenting Skills Through Observation for Caregivers of Very Young Children

Shari Hutchison, Amanda Ayers Maise

1.5 CEU

T-12 Using Virginia Satir’s Self-Esteem Maintenance Toolkit for Self-Care, Client Care, and Clinical Supervision, Part Two

Caren L. Rosser-Morris


1.5 CEU

4:30

Adjournment