Expert discussion of:
• Mental Health
• Substance use disorders
• Treatment and strategies for coping
Presented by Lindner Center of HOPE clinicians.
Sponsored by Lindner Center of HOPE with the support
of Manor House.
Third Wednesday of every other month beginning in February 2021
from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at:
7440 Mason-Montgomery Rd.
Mason, OH 45040
Virtual Option *by way of virtual platform provided by:
Register below under each series you would like to attend. If any have questions, you can contact Pricila Gran at (513) 536-0318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Monthly Calendar Series
February 17, 2021 – completed
What is OCD and How is It Treated?”
Jennifer B. Wilcox, PsyD, Staff Psychologist, Lindner Center of HOPE
- Develop a basic understanding of what is and is not OCD
- Learn about various OCD subtypes/presentations
- Learn about the treatment options for OCD
April 21, 2021 – completed
Traumatic Stress and Substance Use: A Complex Relationship
Presenter: Chris Tuell, Ed.D., Clinical Director of Addiction Services
- Identify how trauma is a risk factor for substance abuse.
- Identify how substance abuse is a risk factor for trauma.
- Identify treatment strategies for the co-occurrence trauma and substance abuse patient.
June 16, 2021
Aspergers Syndrome and OCD: Preventing Misdiagnosis
Laurie Little, Psy.D., Director of Therapeutic Services, Residential and Lindsey Conover PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, OCD and Anxiety Team
- Describe the similarities between Aspergers Syndrome and OCD
- Identify the key differences between Aspergers Syndrome and OCD
- Summarize the key differences in how to best treat each condition
August 18, 2021
Healing Invisible Wounds in a Pandemic
Nelson F Rodriguez, M.D., FAPA, DABPN
- Identify the emerging mental health crisis related to the COVID19 pandemic.
- Discuss the COVID19 illness and emerging treatment or management approaches.
- Describe ways to promote resilience and healing from the effects of the pandemic.
October 20, 2021
Megan Schrantz, Ed.D, LPCC, Lindner Center of HOPE Child, Adolescent, and Adult Therapist
- Develop a greater understanding of the useful roles that anxiety plays in our lives.
- Identify how the anxiety experience can shift from helpful to harmful.
- Learn how changes in behavior and thinking can improve our ability to manage harmful anxiety.
December 15, 2021
Family Boundaries: The ties that bind for better or worse
Jennifer Farley, Psy.D., Lindner Center of HOPE, Child and Adolescent Psychologist and Clinical Director of Neuropsychology
- Learn characteristics of varying types of family boundaries (e.g., loose/enmeshed, rigid & healthy)
- Be able to identify consequences of the different types of boundaries
- Learn about strategies to enhance family boundaries