OCBH Spring Webinar Series

2023 Dates: April (TBA)

This year's webinar has already concluded. Below are previous examples of the different tracks and corresponding presentations.

Examples of previous training offered:

Leadership Track: Intended for C-Suite executives, takes place at 1 PM

Sessions to include:
Succession Planning Beyond the CEO, Jennifer Flowers with Accreditation Guru
The Union Organizing Process Explained, Kyle Abraham with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
CCBHC, Renee Boak with National Council for Mental Wellbeing 

Equity Culture Change; Guidelines for Designing, Implementing and Evaluating a Climate Assessment, Amelia Roeschlein with National Council for Mental Wellbeing

 

Human Resources: Intended for HR staff, managers and other leadership, takes place at 9 AM

Sessions to include:
The Three Steps to Making the Perfect Hire, Phil Wrzesinski
Documentation, Discipline & Discharge/Pay Equity, Charlie Burr with BOLI
How to have difficult conversations, Amber Stockham

DEI- HR issue or Culture issue, Jennifer Bouman-Steagall with Red Kite

 

Clinical: Intended for staff who provide therapeutic behavioral health services to consumers

Sessions to include:
Building Better Groups: Foundations of Effective Group Facilitation, Mitch Doig with NWATTC
Courtroom 101 for the Behavioral Health Professional, Chris Owen, Clackamas Deputy DA
Interrupting Client’s Microaggressions, Diane Benavides Wille with Lifeworks NW
Collaborative Documentation, Michael Flora with MTM Services

Inclusive and Affirming Behavioral Health services for LGBTQ+ populations, Dr. Alex Keuroghlian with the Fenway Institute.

Finance:  Intended for CFOs, finance staff and other leadership takes place at 3 PM

Sessions to include:
Insurance Strategies for 2022, Andy Tucknott with PayneWest Insurance
The Reason and Rhyme to Deciding It’s Audit Time, Kristin Brooks with Kern-Thompson
Introduction to Endowment, Rebecca Bibleheimer & Val Rundquist with Oregon Community Foundation
Accounting Best Practices for Donations & Grants, Todd Kimball with CFO Selections