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Replay 2015 D2

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2015 Session D2: Suicide Prevention Safe Messaging Training for Recreational Therapists

SPEAKERS:
Debbie Robinson, MS, CTRS, FACHE
Elaine de Mello, LCSW

OVERVIEW: Recreational Therapists are often placed in a position to assess or treat persons who are at risk of suicide. The ways in which we communicate with patients, loved ones and other professionals can have great impact on suicide prevention. Preferred terminology and the effects of media portrayals of those who have died by suicide will be addressed.

 

Expires: 4/18/2020

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Replay 2016 E1

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2016 Session E1: ICAN: A Supported Leisure Intervention In Behavioral Health

SPEAKERS: Gretchen Snethen, Ph.D., CTRS
Brandon Snead, CTRS
Natasha Roseboom, CTRS

OVERVIEW: The Independence through Community Access and Navigation (ICAN) intervention is a supported leisure intervention based on the Individualized Placement and Supports model that utilizes motivational interviewing to promote independent engagement in the community. This intervention promotes the development of coping skills, executive functioning, perception of self, and increased physical activity engagement.

 

Expires 06/02/2021

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Replay 2016 E2

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2016 Session E2: ICAN: Barriers & Facilitators Of Independent Leisure Participation Among Consumers With Psychiatric Disabilities

 

SPEAKERS: Gretchen Snethen, Ph.D., CTRS
Brandon Snead, CTRS
Natasha Roseboom, CTRS

OVERVIEW: This session provides an overview of the barriers to community participation individuals with psychiatric disabilities face and sustainable facilitators that promote independent participation. Facilitators should draw from the consumer’s natural resources and supports and may not always be a one-to-one match to their barriers.

 

Expires: 06/09/2021

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Replay 2016 E3

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2016 Session E3: ICAN: Strategies to address Challenges Recreational Therapists Face When Implementing a Supported Leisure Intervention in Community Mental Health Centers

SPEAKERS: Gretchen Snethen, Ph.D., CTRS
Brandon Snead, CTRS
Natasha Roseboom, CTRS

OVERVIEW: This session will provide a discussion of the challenges recreational therapists may face when implementing a supported leisure intervention and strategies to address these challenges. Challenges may include professional perception, establishing common language through outcome documentation, defining boundaries and roles, connecting services to billing, among others.

 

Expires: 06/16/2021

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Replay 2016 G1

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2016 Session G1: Recreational Therapy Active Treatment Provisions in A Behavioral Health Adult Treatment Mall

SPEAKERS: Patti Irvin, MPA, CTRS

OVERVIEW: An overview of the treatment mall concept with limited specific examples of Rehabilitation and Recreational Therapy provision examples from the Washington state adult psychiatric hospitals. .

 

Expires: 08/18/2021

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Replay 2016 G2

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2016 Session G2: Recreational Therapy Active Treatment Provisions in A Behavioral Health Adult Treatment Mall (You Must Attend Both Sessions To Receive Credit)

SPEAKERS: Patti Irvin, MPA, CTRS

OVERVIEW: An overview of the treatment mall concept with limited specific examples of Rehabilitation and Recreational Therapy provision examples from the Washington state adult psychiatric hospitals.

 

Expires: 08/11/2021

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Replay 2017 C1

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2017 Session C1: Motivational Interviewing: Promoting Behavioral Change Among Individuals With Psychiatric Disabilities

 

SPEAKERS: Gretchen Snethen, Ph.D., CTRS
Brandon Snead, CTRS

OVERVIEW: Motivational interviewing is a therapeutic communication technique used to help consumers internalize their motivation to change. This technique was originally developed to help individuals with substance use disorders. Recent evidence suggests this tool can be used with diverse populations to increase motivation towards behavioral change. A foundational tenant of motivational interviewing is that all clients are the experts on themselves and have the ability within themselves to change. Therefore, the role of recreational therapists is to elicit internal motivation for change, help identify personal and sustainable resources and strategies that promote lasting change. In this session, we will provide an overview of the purpose and benefits of motivational interviewing, as well as specific strategies recreational therapists can use to help individuals with psychiatric disabilities identify personally meaningful recreation goals and work towards lifelong engagement within the community.

 

Expires: 05/11/2022


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Replay 2017 C2

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2017 Session C2: Leisure Education: Addressing Avolition In Adults with Psychiatric Disorders

SPEAKERS: Laree Shanda, CTRS

OVERVIEW: Self-direction is a key skill for adults to achieve experiences that are meaningful and satisfying and that translate into quality of life (QOL) and quality of leisure (QOL2). Many skills are needed to transcend from a passive life, an apathetic life, or a "distracted" life to experiences that are volitional, meaningful, and mindful. Recognize the knowledge base and skill set needed to assist others with self-direction, increased motivation, and increased initiative. Learn the terminology and foundational knowledge that justifies "motivation" and "initiative" as firmly within the Recreation Therapist's purview.

 

Expires: 06/11/2022


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Replay 2017 C3

 

Behavioral Health Replay 2017 Session C3: Active Transportation for Individuals With Mental Health Conditions

 

SPEAKERS: Gretchen Snethen, Ph.D., CTRS
Brandon Snead, CTRS

OVERVIEW: Active transportation can be defined as human-powered transportation. This might include walking, using a wheelchair, cycling or skateboarding. Even using public transportation is considered active transportation due to the increased physical activity in comparison to using one’s own vehicle. Research shows that active transportation is associated with holistic wellness benefits. It can also allow for greater commuting independence for those with limited financial resources. These are of direct concern among the population of people with psychiatric disabilities. Therefore, the role of the Recreation Therapist may include transportation education and encouraging participation in commuting preferences. This lies within our scope of practice because many forms of active transportation can be, in themselves, leisure experiences associated with health benefits. In this session, we will discuss the benefits of active transportation. We will also facilitate a conversation about the potential barriers that consumers may experience and identify strategies that can be used to support consumers’ goals to increase active transportation.

 

Expires: 07/13/2022


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