April Peerinar: Crisis Center Evaluation: How do we know we are having an impact? Presenter: Linda Leonard, Long Island Crisis Center 1:00PM – 2:00PM April 18, 2017
March Peerinar: The Trauma of Violence and what One Chicago Crisis Center is Doing About It Presenter: Gwyn Kaitis, MA CDVP, Director, Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline 12p-1p March 21, 2017
Thursday, October 13 2pm-3:30pm EST Presenters: Bart Andrews (BHR), Sandri Kramer (Didi Hirsch), Shye Louis (Lifeline), Chris Maxwell (Lifeline). Have your lost a caller to suicide? Ever wonder how other agencies respond? Isn’t this one of the hardest we go through, period? Time to have an open and honest conversation and learn from each other on how we can best support our staff and ourselves when we lose one of our callers to suicide.
Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 1pm EST Presenter: Sandri Kramer, The Suicide Prevention Center at Didi Hirsch Sandri Kramer from The Suicide Prevention Center at Didi Hirsch will discuss the California Common Metrics Project, collaboration, and program evaluation.
Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 1pm EST Presenter: Jennifer Battle Colleagues sharing their favorite title and brief overview of their favorite leadership/management books.
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016, 1pm EST Presenter: Glen Moriarty Online peer mental health support.
Tuesday, March 22, 1pm EST Presenter: Bart Andrews Calls About Sex? Sexually Themed Calls? How to Not have Phone Sex but Be Supportive to Callers Reporting Sexual Themes… Information on the Peer Support call will be posted to the NASCOD List-serve.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Presenter: Meryl Cassidy, Response Hotline Calls from persons who are angry can create major stress for phone clinicians. Join Meryl to discuss strategies for meeting both caller and clinician needs in these difficult situations. Information on the Peer Support call will be posted to the NASCOD List-serve.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016 Presenter: Tom Buckley, Epilepsy Foundation Many folks at the conference got to see Tom Buckley present on this topic. Tom does a great job helping us improve our ability to be more inclusive and aware of the many different cultures we can come in contact with in crisis line work. Information on the Peer Support call will be posted to the NASCOD List-serve.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015 Presenter: Anitha Iyer, Claudio Lorenco, and Bart Andrews Anitha Iyer, Claudio Lourenco (H2H) and Bart will be presenting on lived experience and their own experiences with mental health care informs how they help others. Time for us providers to start talking about how our own lived experience impacts the work we do and encourage each other to share and learn from these experiences. Information on the Peer Support call will be posted to the NASCOD List-serve.