Latest Webinars

Save the Males: Exploring the Emotional Life of Men

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Presenter: Mario C. Campa, ACSW, LCSW, LMSW

April 27, 2017

Workforce Development in Behavioral Health
 

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This Webinar will briefly describe the current issues and trends of workforce development in behavioral health. Following the overview, three MFP Fellows will share stories about their career paths, highlighting their areas of interest and expertise, their pursuit of research and work opportunities, and their long-term goals.

April 26, 2017

Recent Webinars

Safety and Sobriety in Dating Relationships

 

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Participants will be able to understand the following: Relationship between addiction and dating violence and safety and sobriety issues as it relates to substance abuse and dating violence.

Gary K. King, M.Ed., MAC,CCS, CAMS
CEO And President
The Anger Management Institute and High Impact Training

December 15, 2016

God, Religion, Spirituality, and Mental Health among Millennials

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Participants will review the following webinar objectives:

1. Religion vs. Spirituality, it’s complicated!
2. Millennial perspectives on God, Deities and Religion.
3. What affect will a Disc-connect from Religion have on the Mental Health of Generation Y?
4. Summary and conclusion with some personal thoughts.

Dr. Phllip Dunston, Assistant Professor and Chairman of the Department of Religion and Philosophy,

Clark Atlanta University

November 17, 2016

Promoting Behavioral Health Through Campus-Based Informal and Educational Communications Campaign

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To utilize the creative talents of HBCU students to produce an informative and educational communication campaign to disseminates information and raise awareness about Behavioral Health to include signs and symptoms, its impact on the overall well-being of students and associated impacts on academic performance and encourage help seeking behaviors on college campuses and in communities.

The campaign should emphasize positive behaviors, benefits of peer support and provide referral and or resource information.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 
Dr. Eugene Herrington, Co-Project Director, HBCU-Center for Excellence
 Joan Trent, Program Coordinator, HBCU-Center for Excellence

October 27, 2016

Recovery Month - Your Future In the Addictions Profession & Why This is the Best of Times

Learning Objectives
  • Introduce students and college instructors to the value and rewards of substance abuse counseling
  • Explore the possibilities at various levels of functioning as a Substance Use Disorder Professional
  • Explore credentialing for the addiction profession and what classes are essential.
Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, NCAC II, CCDC III, SAP
Executive Director of NAADAC, the Association of Addiction Professionals.

September 29, 2016

Substance Use Disorders: An Overview

 
Jean J. Bonhomme M.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor, Morehouse School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
 
August 23, 2016

Positively Impact Student Engagement Through Leadership Development

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• Learn how to lead others towards a common goal or vision through effective communication
• Learn how HBCU Campuses are fostering student leadership skills that drive student engagement and positively impact retention
• Learn how student leadership development programs help bridge the college-to-career skills gap

Kenya Rutland
Principal and Chief Enthusiasm Officer of KJR Consulting

Marissa Curry
Senior Director of Program Development
The National Society of Leadership and Success

December 10, 2015

Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders

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The goal of the session is to explain what co-occurring disorders are, their significance, and how they impact treatment. The attendee will learn about barriers to treatment as well as successful strategies.

The webinar series are designed to provide the knowledge, tools, resources and strategies to create and /or enhance behavioral health promotions and prevention, workforce development and leadership opportunities on HBCU campuses. This series of webinars is sponsored in part by Southeastern Addiction Technology Transfer Center (SATTC).

Tiffany Cooke, MD, MPH, FAPA
Assistant Professor, Morehouse School of Medicine

May 26, 2016

Addiction, Mental Health and Families

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When compared with other chronic medical conditions, the general public and healthcare providers inordinately stigmatize substance use disorders (SUD) and the people who have them. This stigmatization is perpetuated and exacerbated by the language and terms used in reference to SUD, which is more appropriate for willful bad behavior than a medical condition.

This webinar will explore commonly used terms and commonly held concepts related to SUD and their treatment while exploring alternate terms and concepts that are more congruent with the constructs of addiction as a chronic medical condition and also shifting the focus from the problem: the medical condition to the solution: recovery.

The webinar series are designed to provide the knowledge, tools, resources and strategies to create and /or enhance behavioral health promotions and prevention, workforce development and leadership opportunities on HBCU campuses.

This series of webinars is sponsored in part by Southeastern Addiction Technology Transfer Center (SATTC).

Ed Johnson, M.Ed., MAC, LPC
The Carolinas and Kentucky Program Manager Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center

April 28, 2016

Understanding Cultural Competency/Humility

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Lack of diversity and lack of cross-cultural skills in the medical profession may contribute to health disparities in America. Cultural competence for the medical/public health profession represents a core set of skills that can be learned to respectfully and effectively communicate healthcare information with diverse patient populations.

CRASH is a mnemonic for the following essential components of culturally competent health care--consider Culture, show Respect, Assess/Affirm differences, show Sensitivity and Self-awareness, and do it all with Humility.

The goal of the CRASH-Course in Cultural Competency is to build confidence and competence in the clinician's ability to communicate effectively with diverse patient populations.

Dr. Toyosi Adekeye

Assistant Professor
Department of Community Health and Preventative Medicine
Morehouse School of Medicine
Director
Community Health Leadership Program
Satcher Health Leadership Institute
Morehouse School of Medicine

 

Jul 28, 2016

Ethics: Professional Boundaries

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June 23, 2016

Addiction 101: The Ins/Outs of Addiction

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From the dawn of history, man has exploited every root, twig, berry, and grain in nature not only for their possible use to satisfy the hunger and thirst and to cure ailments but also to satisfy another basic need which is to heighten his state of consciousness. This elevation of mood induced by certain substances was always perceived as a gift of the Gods.

David Dukesky, MA
Southern Addiction Technology Transfer Center, Morehouse School of Medicine

March 24, 2016

Building your Professional and Personal Brand Through Internships: While Earning College Credits

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In this informative webinar, participants will learned the significance of using internships to position themselves for potential career opportunities and advancement in their respective disciplines. They also learned about the do’s and don’ts required in successfully navigating their internships to accomplish their educational goals and career objectives while at their host organization.

Dr. Darrin E. Wright
Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education
Clark Atlanta University in the Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work

January 28, 2016

A Review of Black Males In Higher Education: Current Trends in Stigma, Treatment, and Effective Intervention Strategies

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  1. Mental Health and Higher Education
    1. Stigma 
    2. Effective Treatment Strategies 
    3. PWI’s vs HBCU’s
  2. Policies and Future Research
  3. Why should we care?

Mr. Charles Robinson
MPH Canidate
Georgia State University

June 25, 2015

Trauma: Beginning, Middle and End

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Webinar will focused on Trauma Issues among African American Males: Foundation of Trauma for African Americans, the impact of Trauma on Relationships and Developing Resiliency and Coping Skills.

Dr. Eugene Herrington
Co-Project Director
HBCU-Center for Excellence
Morehouse School of Medicine

Shirley Flen Labbe, MA/NCP-BCCP
Associate Director
Counseling and Wellness Center
Xavier University of Louisiana

Taylor Domonique Alonda Barconey
Graduate Student
Xavier University of Louisiana

Joan Trent
Program Coordinator
HBCU-Center for Excellence
Morehouse School of Medicine

November 12, 2015

Student Lives Matter! High Impact Strategies to Promote Behavioral Health

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Behavioral Health Public Service Announcement Campaign Technical Assistance Webinar.
Learn What You Can Do To Make a Positive Impact on Your Campus!
• Assess Your Campus Behavioral Health Needs
• Identify Resources/Stakeholders
• Build Capacity
• Create Sustainability
• Understand Lessons Learned
• Celebrate Success

Dr. Eugene Herrington
Co-Project Director
HBCU-Center for Excellence
Morehouse School of Medicine

Shirley Flen Labbe, MA/NCP-BCCP
Associate Director
Counseling and Wellness Center
Xavier University of Louisiana

Taylor Domonique Alonda Barconey
Graduate Student
Xavier University of Louisiana

Joan Trent
Program Coordinator
HBCU-Center for Excellence
Morehouse School of Medicine

October 29, 2015

Tips for Combatting Depression

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  • My research on depression and behavioral health in young women across race 
  • A look at depression in higher education
  • How to recognize depression
  • How to respond to depression
  • Case study from my experience as a resident assistant

Ms. Alana Peck
Student
Xavier University of Louisiana, School of Sociology

May 28, 2015

Your Future In the Addictions Profession & Why This is the Best of Times

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Learning Objectives

Participants will understand the history of National Recovery Month, how to become an Addiction/Substance Use Disorder Professional and learn how to apply for the NAADAC Minority Fellowship- Addiction Counselor Fellowship Tuition Grant.

Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, BSW, NCACII, CDCIII, SAP

October 6, 2015

2015 National HBCU Behavioral Health Awareness Day Webinar

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HBCU Center for Excellence in Behavioral Health and SAMHSA

University of the Virgin Islands
Florida Memorial University
Meharry Medical College
Clark Atlanta University
Spelman College
Morehouse College
Morehouse School Of Medicine
Jackson State University

February 26, 2015

This event is made possible by funding through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), grant number TI-025590

Coping with Trauma: Health Behaviors and Outcomes of HBCU Students

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Learning Objectives

· Identify gender differences in experiences and exposure to trauma
· Relate student engagement in risky behaviors to exposure to traumas and life stressors
· Understand the role of social media in student trauma experiences

Dr. Sabriya Dennis
Post Doctoral Fellow
Morgan State University

August 27, 2015

Substance Use Disorders: Psychopharmacologly of Common Drugs

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  • My research on depression and behavioral health in young women across race 
  • A look at depression in higher education
  • How to recognize depression
  • How to respond to depression
  • Case study from my experience as a resident assistant

Ms. Alana Peck
Student
Xavier University of Louisiana, School of Sociology

May 28, 2015

The Importance of Talking & Tackling Trauma at HBCUs

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HBCU-CFE webinar participants will be introduced to various forms of trauma that can impact mental health, student achievement, performance, and retention. Four main types of trauma will be discussed:

· Historical trauma
· PTSD
· Race-based trauma
· Community trauma

The presentation will feature definitions and examples of the aforementioned types of trauma and will end with strategies for assessing and addressing trauma among HBCU student populations, with approaches such as trauma-informed care.

Dr. Lawrence Brown
Assistant Professor
Morgan State University

July 30, 2015

Promoting Behavioral Health Equity: Applying the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health and Health Care

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Roslyn Holliday Moore, Public Health Analyst

Krystle Canare, SAMHSA Intern

SAMHSA , Office of Behavioral Health Equity

January 13, 2015

Past Webinars

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Tis the Season of Awareness: Tips for Safe and Sober Holidays
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December 16th, 2014

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The 411: An Introduction to College Dorm Life
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Fundamentals of Proposal Development and Grant Writing
Part 1   Part 2  Part 3

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth Behavioral Health Webinar
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Understanding the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS)
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Building your Professional and Personal Brand Through Internships: While Earning College Credits
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2015-03-17 22_20_32-Student-Veterans-America_HBCU-CFE-Behavioral-Health-Webinar_Aug-2014_03
Pioneering Change: Student Veterans of America
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Making HBCU Campuses More Military Friendly for Student Veterans
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2015-03-17 22_20_01-HBCU-CFE_Substance-Use-Disorders_Flyer-September-2014_01

Substance Use Disorders: An Overview
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2015-03-17 22_20_17-Exploring-Current-Behavioral-Health-Trends-HBCU-CFE-Presentation_Aug-28th-2014_0
Exploring Current Behavioral Health Trends
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2015-03-17 22_21_30-HBCU-CFE_-Behavioral-Health-Webinar_Provider-Readiness_Becky-Vaughn_-April-24th-
Provider Readiness: Where Healthcare Change Meets Business Sucess
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2015-03-17 22_21_43-Morehouse_safety_and_sobrietyHBCU_CFE_March_2014_Webinar_08Safety and Sobriety in Dating Relationships
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2015-03-17 22_21_01-Dr-Tiffany-Cooke_-HBCU-CFE-Webinar-Stress-in-the-College-Student-June-2014_05

De-Stressing the College Student
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2015-03-17 22_21_14-BHAD-2014-slide-presentation-Feb-19-2014-final_06
The HBCU Behavioral Health Awareness Webinar
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2015-03-17 22_22_43-Weaving_a_Web_of_Safery_Using_CollegeResponse_on_your_Campus_HBCU_CFE_Behavioral

Mental Health Awareness, Knowledge and Hope: Weaving a Web of Safety Using College Response
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Transgenerational Patterns of Behavioral Health Disparities During Slavery
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2015-03-17 22_21_57-Self-care-Behavioral-Health-Webinar_HBCU-CFE-Jan-2014_09

Self-Care for the Helping Professional
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2015-03-17 22_22_10-HBCU-CFE-Webinar-Celebrating-College-Days-The-Good-The-Bad-and-The-Ugly-May-2014
Celebrating College Days: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
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2015-03-17 22_23_26-Kognito-At-Risk_-Webinar_HBCU_Octoer-2012_15

Kognito Interactive: at-risk Gatekeeper Training Simulations
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2015-03-17 22_23_39-Impact-of-Counseling-Centers-on-Retention-Rates_Final_16
Impact of Counseling Centers on Retention Rates
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2015-03-17 22_23_13-Academy_Health_HBCU_CFE_Behavioral_Health_Webinar_March-27_2012_14

AcademyHealth: Research to Improve Health and Healthcare
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2015-03-17 22_22_57-BringActiveMindstoYourCampus_CFE_HBCU_Behavioral_Health_Webinar_August_14th2012_

ActiveMinds Changing the Conversation About Mental Health
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2015-03-17 22_24_18-Substance_Abuse_Professional_Shirley_Mikell_HBCU_CFE_Webinar_Sept_2012-19
Celebrate Recovery Month
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2015-03-17 22_24_49-Pastoral-Care_-Ministering-to-the-Addicted-and-Those-Who-Love-Them_Mr.-David-B
Spirituality: An Approach for Addressing Behavioral Health Needs
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2015-03-17 22_23_51-Ethics-HBCU_-WebinarMay-28th-2013_webinar-17

Introduction to Professional Ethics for Addiction Treatment Professionals
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2015-03-17 22_24_05-Intro-to-Addiction_Ed-Johnson-HBCU-CFE-Webinar-April-2013-18

Introduction to Addiction
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2015-03-17 22_25_15-Peer_Educator_Webinar_HBCU_CFE-July-2012_23
A Peer Educator's Perspective: Emerging Door of Successful Education Leadership on HBCUs

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2015-03-17 22_25_29-Alcohol-Tobacco-Other-Drugs-Cultural-Competency-HBCU_CFE-_June-2012_24
Cultural Competency: Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs on HBCU College Campuses
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About the HBCU-CFE webinar series

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Center for Excellence (HBCU-CFE) in Behavioral Health is facilitating a series of behavioral health webinars. The webinar series is designed to provide the knowledge, tools, resources and strategies to create and/or enhance behavioral health promotion and prevention, workforce development and leadership opportunities on HBCU campuses. The behavioral health webinar series will highlight innovative projects, promote the exchange of cutting edge ideas and collaboration, knowledge and expertise and disseminate information about culturally-appropriate and evidence-based practices.
According to an American College Health Association report released in 2011, students cited depression and anxiety as among the top impediments to academic performance. The behavioral health needs of college students are becoming more common and challenging. There has never been a more critical time to address the behavioral health needs of college students than now!
The HBCU-CFE Webinars are funded though a cooperative agreement with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) Grant No. TI-023447. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government or Morehouse School of Medicine.