Webinars

Pre-Recorded Webinars for 2023-2024 Stipend Recipients

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The What and Why of Culturally Responsive Integrated Care

Erica Gomes, LCSW from La Clínica, will be presenting as part of our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: The What and Why of Culturally Responsive Integrated Care and took place on Friday, Mar. 15, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific via Zoom.

 

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English Version of the Webinar | Spanish Version Version of the Webinar

Dr. LeOndra Clark Harvey

Liberatory Approaches to Integrated Behavioral Health

Dr. Le Ondra Clark Harvey presented in our first 10-module Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Liberatory Approaches to Integrated Behavioral Health and took place on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021

 

Dr. Clark Harvey's Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link

 

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Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health

Dr. Amir Whitaker, Esq and students from the ACLU's Youth Liberty Squad presented our fourth webinar of our 2023-2024 Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health and took place on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, at 4 p.m. Pacific via Zoom.

 

Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health

 

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Supporting Justice Involved Youth in Schools and Community Settings

Ms. Hattie Tate, MA (she/her/hers) from Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center presented as part of our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Supporting Justice Involved Youth in Schools and Community Settings and took place on Friday, Nov. 17, 2023, at 11 a.m. Pacific Time.

 

Supporting Justice Involved Youth Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Supporting Justice Involved Youth

 

English Version of the Webinar | Spanish Version of the Webinar

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Trans Affirmative Care in Integrated Behavioral Health

Oak Reed, PhD (he/him/his) presented in our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Trans Affirmative Care in Integrated Behavioral Health and took place on Friday, Oct. 6, 2023 at 10am Pacific Time.

 

Trans Affirmative Care Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Trans Affirmative Care

 

English Version of the Webinar | Spanish Version of the Webinar

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Hablar es Sanar: Sustainable Trauma Informed Bilingual and Bicultural Integrated Behavioral Health

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A Multicultural Orientation Framework Approach to Addressing Racial Disparities in Behavioral Health Care

Dr. Karen Tao from the Culture and Diversity Lab at the University of Utah, presented in our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: A Multicultural Orientation Framework Approach to Addressing Racial Disparities in Behavioral Health Care and  took place on Friday, Jan. 28, 2022

 
MCO Framework Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for MCO Framework Webinar 

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

Samira Pingali

Public Healthcare Systems, Medi-Cal, Managed Care, FQHCs, and IBH

Samira Pingali and Clinicians from the Community Health Center Network in Alameda County presented in our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Public Healthcare Systems, Medi-Cal, Managed Care, FQHCs, and IBH and took place on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021. 

 

Public Healthcare Systems Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Public Healthcare Systems

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

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Recognizing Ableism in Health Care Delivery and Developing Anti-Ableist Practices

Dr. Thema Bryant

Liberation Psychology: Trauma Informed Integrated Behavioral Health

Dr. Thema Bryant, President-Elect of the American Psychological Association and professor of psychology in the Graduate School of Education and Psychology at Pepperdine University, presented in our Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Liberation Psychology: Trauma Informed Integrated Behavioral Health and took place on Monday, May 23, 2022

 

Liberation Psychology Presentation Slides |  HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Liberation Psychology Module

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

Archived Webinars

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Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model(CBHM): Integrating Behavioral Health Services in Boston Public Schools

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Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health

Amir Whitaker, Alysha Boone, Elizabeth Simon, and Amanda Arellano presented a one-hour webinar titled: Student Voices and Advocacy for Student Mental Health that took place on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. 

 

Student Voices and Advocacy Presentation Slides | HRSA Stipend Recipient Evaluation Link for Student Voices and Advocacy

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

Julie Schilz and Kristin Potterbush

At Work in an Integrated Care Setting: A Day in the Life for a Behavioral Health Provider

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The What and Why of Integrated Care

Erica Gomes, LCSW from La Clínica, presented in our first Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: The What and Why of Integrated Care and took place on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021

 

The What and Why of Integrated Care Presentation Slides

 

Alex Briscoe

Financing Equity and Justice to Address the Behavioral Health Needs of Our Youth in California

Alex Briscoe from the California Children's Trust presented our first Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Financing Equity and Justice to address the behavioral health needs of our youth in California and took place on Friday, February 25, 2022. 

 

Financing Equity Presentation Slides

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

Michelle Maddex

School Based Integrated Care: Confidential and Accessible Behavioral Health for Young People

Sarah Taylor, Michelle Maddex, and Meg Yardley presented in our first Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: School Based Integrated Care: Confidential and Accessible Behavioral Health for Young People and took place on Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

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Identifying Ableism in Integrated Behavioral Healthcare

Nicole Bohn, Director of the San Francisco Mayor’s Office on Disability, presented in our first Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Identifying Ableism in Integrated Behavioral Healthcare and took place on Friday, April 29, 2022. 

 

 

Identifying Ableism Presentation Slides

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar

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Interprofessional Communication, Advocacy and Policy Issues in IBH

Deena Lahn from the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, presented in our first Equity and Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health training series. The one-hour presentation is titled: Interprofessional Communication, Advocacy and Policy Issues in IBH and took place on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021

 

Interprofessional Communication Presentation Slides

 

English version of webinar | Spanish version of webinar