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Free Community Education Series – Anxiety Management Copy

 

Date/TimeOctober 20, 2021
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

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Presenter:

Megan Schrantz, Ed.D, LPCC, Lindner Center of HOPE Child, Adolescent, and Adult Therapist

Participants will:

  1. Develop a greater understanding of the useful roles that anxiety plays in our lives.
  2. Identify how the anxiety experience can shift from helpful to harmful.
  3. Learn how changes in behavior and thinking can improve our ability to manage harmful anxiety.

Manor House 
7440 Mason-Montgomery Road – Mason

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Free Community Education Series – Healing Invisible Wounds in a Pandemic Copy

Date/TimeAugust 18, 2021
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

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Presenter:  Nelson F Rodriguez, M.D., FAPA, DABPN

Participants will:

  1. Identify the emerging mental health crisis related to the COVID19 pandemic.
  2. Discuss the COVID19 illness and emerging treatment or management approaches.
  3. Describe ways to promote resilience and healing from the effects of the pandemic.

Manor House 
7440 Mason-Montgomery Road – Mason

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Crossing the Line: From Dual Diagnosis to Complex Comorbidity – Webcast Event 2.25 CME/CEU offered

Crossing the Line: From Dual Diagnosis to Complex Comorbidity

A deeper and wider approach to patient care.

2.25 CME/CEU offered

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

12-2:30 pm EST

Virtual Webcast Event

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Presenters and Topics of Discussion

Paul Keck, MD_0137

Paul Keck, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE Psychiatrist in Chief and Founding President and CEO – Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience and Executive Vice Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

12:05. p.m. The significance of the shift from single or co-occurring diagnosis to complex-comorbidity

Points of Discussion:

1. Define comorbidity

2. Likelihood of co-occurrence in psychiatric disorders versus neurologic disorders

3. Bipolar Disorders is the most comorbid psychiatric disorder

4. The overlap of psychiatric disorders with medical disorders

5. The impact of complex comorbidity on research, assessment and evidence-based treatments

 

Francisco Romo-Nava, MD, PHD, Lindner Center of HOPE Associate Chief Research Officer , Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

12:40 p.m. Mind the body: Investigating complex comorbidity in psychiatric disorders

Points of Discussion:

1. Mechanisms involved in complex comorbidity: Brain-body interaction pathways

2. The circadian system in psychiatric disorders

3. Spinal pathways in psychiatric disorders

4. Future research and clinical implications to understand comorbidity in psychiatric disorders

 

Dr. Alfredo B. Cuéllar Barboza, Professor and Vice-Chair of Education, Department of Psychiatry, Universidad Au-tonoma de Nuevo Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor and International Research Collaborator, Department of Psychiatry and Psychology, Mayo Clinic

1:15 p.m. Genetic overlap of psychiatric and medical disorders

Points of Discussion:

1. Overview of the polygenic model of disease

2. Obesity and psychiatric disorders are often comorbid, is it genetics?

3. Genetic association studies of bipolar disorder and obesity

4. TCF7L2 and the Wnt canonical pathway: Potential biological and treatment implications of current findings

 

Sue McElroy

Susan L. McElroy, MD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Chief Research Officer
Linda and Harry Fath Professor of Psychiatry
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience

1:50 p.m. Clinical case examples of complex comorbidity and how assessment influenced evidence-based treatment

Points of Discussion:

1. Case Example: Major depressive disorder, panic disorder and chronic migraines

2. Case example: Schizoaffective disorder, ADHD, addiction and obesity

3. Case example: Bipolar disorder, panic disorder, substance use disorder and asthma

4. Look out: Treating the primary psychiatric disorder, often does not treat the comorbid disorders

Summary of topic:

Virtually all psychiatric disorders co-occur with other mental health conditions, medical issues and at times addictions. With this knowledge it has been noted that patient populations now reflect complex comorbidity rather than just dual diagnosis or co-occurring. Put simply, patients consistently exhibit three or more significant challenges to their well-being. This presentation will high­light the importance of identifying complex comorbidity in order to improve patient outcomes.

After the presentation the participants will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate how today’s mental health clients are beyond co-occurring/dual diagnosis, as the reality is complex comorbidity
  2. Establish the roles research, assessment and evidence-based treatment play in outcomes of patients facing complex comorbidity
  3. Demonstrate how assessment influenced evidence-based treatment in case examples of complex comorbidity

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An introduction to Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO DBT) – Webcast 1 CME/CEU OFFERED. NO FEE.

Please join us Tues., October 12, 2021
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. EST

For a free webcast

An introduction to Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO DBT). 1 CME/CEU OFFERED. NO FEE.

PRESENTED BY:

Brett Dowdy, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Chief of Psychological Services and Chief Patient Experience Officer, and Laurie Little, PsyD, Director of Therapeutic Services, Residential

Participants in the webcast will be able to:

  1. Explain a new biosocial theory for Overcontrol (OC)
  2. Identify individuals appropriate for RO DBT treatment
  3. Describe the RO DBT treatment structure
  4. Describe new RO DBT treatment strategies designed to enhance willingness for self-inquiry and flexible responding

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OCD in Disguise:  Lesser Known Subtypes of OCD and Sometimes Surprising Presentations. 1 CME/CEU OFFERED. NO FEE.

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Please join us Tues., August 10, 2021
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. EST

For a free webcast

OCD in Disguise:  Lesser Known Subtypes of OCD and Sometimes Surprising Presentations. 1 CME/CEU OFFERED. NO FEE.

PRESENTED BY:
Jennifer Wilcox, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Staff Psychologist

Participants in the webcast will be able to:

  1. Recognize lesser-known subtypes of OCD
  2. Distinguish OCD symptoms from other presentations
  3. Identify effective evidence-based therapy to reduce symptoms of these OCD subtypes

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Target Audience:
Psychiatrists, Primary Care Physicians, Non-psychiatric MDs, Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, Psychologists, Registered Nurses, Mental Health Specialists and interested parties as well

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Free Community Education Series – Family Boundaries: The ties that bind for better or worse

 

Date/TimeDecember 15, 2021
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

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Presenter:

Jennifer Farley, Psy.D., Lindner Center of HOPE, Child and Adolescent Psychologist and Clinical Director of Neuropsychology

Participants will:

  1. Learn characteristics of varying types of family boundaries (e.g., loose/enmeshed, rigid & healthy).
  2. Be able to identify consequences of the different types of boundaries.
  3. Learn about strategies to enhance family boundaries.

Manor House 
7440 Mason-Montgomery Road – Mason

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Tee Off in Support of Lindner Center of HOPE

Lindner Center of HOPE’s High Hopes Auxiliary will present HOPE on the Green, a women’s golf shamble on Monday, May 17, 2021. The event is intended to raise funds in support of Lindner Center of HOPE’s telehealth services. High Hopes is an organization of caring volunteers serving Lindner Center of HOPE.

Why Telehealth Services?

Lindner Center of HOPE quickly learned last March that telehealth upgrades were essential to continue serving patients when the shelter in place/stay at home order was mandated. This service continues today and is here to stay.  Clinicians are communicating in this fashion with patients, their family members and loved ones. In fact, it has created greater access than ever.

Upgrades to telehealth services at the Center are necessary. New software platforms will be added, additional technology will be purchased and increasing the Center’s Internet broadband width is essential for continued telehealth service.

The event will be held at Hyde Park Country Club, 3740 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45208. The schedule is as follows:

Breakfast: 8 am
Shotgun Start: 9 am
19th Hole & Art Auction: 1 pm
Luncheon & Awards:  2 pm
All registrations include breakfast and lunch.

 19th Hole Happy Hour and Awards Ceremony immediately following play.

Blake Gustafson and Amy Russert are Co-Chairs of HOPE on the Green

Sponsorship and registration information can be found at www.lindnercenterofhope.org/donate. We encourage you to visit the event site and find out more details!

Questions?  Contact 513-477-8349 OR 513-910-9612

Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason is a comprehensive mental health center providing excellent, patient-centered, scientifically-advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness. A state-of-the-science, mental health center and charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers, the Center provides psychiatric hospitalization and partial hospitalization for individuals age 12-years-old and older, outpatient services for all ages, diagnostic services for all ages and short-term residential services for adults, and research. The Center is enhanced by its partnership with UC Health as its clinicians are ranked among the best providers locally, nationally and internationally. Together Lindner Center of HOPE and UC Health offer a true system of mental health care in the Greater Cincinnati area and across the country. The Center is also affiliated with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine.

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Lindner Center of HOPE to Host an Evening of Radical Self-Love

 

Lindner Center of HOPE to Host an Evening of Radical Self-Love

The Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE is hosting a Free virtual movie night in honor of Eating Disorders Awareness Week Thursday, March 4, 2021 from 6 pm-7:15 pm EST. This is the fifth annual movie night in celebration of raising awareness of eating disorders. The focus of the evening will be radical self-love.

Participants will watch an engaging recording of Sonya Renee Taylor, the founder and Radical Executive Officer of Your Body is Not an Apology.

A professionally-led reflection and discussion by Lindner Center of HOPE clinical staff (and members of the Lindner Center of HOPE Diversity and Inclusion Council) will follow this 20-minute video. Participants will share thoughts and ideas to help transform their own lives to one consistent with radical self-love. The discussion will also explore ways to expand the concepts to our broader society.

“Radical self-love demands that we see ourselves and others in the fullness of our complexities.” –Sonya Renee Taylor

This event will be run virtually through Zoom (details sent with RSVP email confirmation).

RSVP online at https://lindnercenterofhope.org/referrers/education-events/free-movie-night/

Any questions, contact Pricila Gran at 513-536-0318 or pricila.gran@lindnercenter.org. RSVP online by Monday, March 1, 2021.

Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason is a comprehensive mental health center providing excellent, patient-centered, scientifically-advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness. A state-of-the-science, mental health center and charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers, the Center provides psychiatric hospitalization and partial hospitalization for individuals age 12-years-old and older, outpatient services for all ages, diagnostic services for all ages and short-term residential services for adults, and research. The Center is enhanced by its partnership with UC Health as its clinicians are ranked among the best providers locally, nationally and internationally. Together Lindner Center of HOPE and UC Health offer a true system of mental health care in the Greater Cincinnati area and across the country. The Center is also affiliated with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine.

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Lindner Center of HOPE Announces Free Educational Opportunities to Increase Mental Health Awareness

January 12, 2021– Mason, Ohio

Lindner Center of HOPE Announces 2021 Free Community Education Series

Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the topics and presenters for its 2021 Community Education Series. The series is intended to offer an expert discussion of mental health, substance use disorders, treatment and coping strategies.

Manor House, Mason, has provided ongoing support for this series. As long as permissible given COVID restrictions, presentations will be offered live at the Manor House the third Wednesday of every other month from 6pm to 7:30 pm EST. Those unable to attend in-person can participate virtually, made possible by the support of Community Partners.

The first session, “What Is OCD and How Is It Treated?” presented by Jennifer B. Wilcox, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE Staff Psychologist, will be February 17, 2021 beginning at 6pm.

Participants will:

  1. Develop a basic understanding of what is and is not OCD
  2. Learn about various OCD subtypes/presentations
  3. Learn about the treatment options for OCD

To register for the February 17 session, visit:  https://lindnercenter.ejoinme.org/MyPages/WhatisOCDandHowisitTreated2021/tabid/1200131/Default.aspx

For the schedule and registration visit:  lindnercenterofhope.org/education.

 Lindner Center of HOPE to Offer Four Free Webcasts in 2021

Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce four free webcasts in 2021. The webcasts are part of our Exploring Mental Health Series and offer 1 CEU to participants eligible for continuing ecuation credits.

The first webcast will be February 9, 2021, 5:30-6:30pm EST, presented by Chris Tuell, , EdD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, Lindner Center of HOPE, Clinical Director of Addiction Services on The Need for Assessment During/After Detox – Pulling Back the Covers on Substance Abuse.

Registration and the full schedule can be found at:  https://lindnercenterofhope.org/theneedforassessment-webcast/

Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason is a comprehensive mental health center providing excellent, patient-centered, scientifically-advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness. A state-of-the-science, mental health center and charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers, the Center provides psychiatric hospitalization and partial hospitalization for individuals age 12-years-old and older, outpatient services for all ages, diagnostic services for all ages and short-term residential services for adults, and research. The Center is enhanced by its partnership with UC Health as its clinicians are ranked among the best providers locally, nationally and internationally. Together Lindner Center of HOPE and UC Health offer a true system of mental health care in the Greater Cincinnati area and across the country. The Center is also affiliated with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine.

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Lindner Center of HOPE President and COO Participates in Discussion About Mental Health During a Pandemic

A panel of local business leaders partnered with the Cincinnati Business Courier on Thursday, October 22 to host Mental Health During a Pandemic: A Roundtable Discussion. The webinar was moderated by Rob Daumeyer, editor, Cincinnati Business Courier and the panelists included Michael Rosen, LPCC-S, MA, vice president of clinical services, Center for Addiction Treatment and Paul Crosby, M.D., president and COO, Lindner Center of HOPE.

Read the transcript.  https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/feature/table-of-experts/mental-health-during-a-pandemic.html