Webinars & Multimedia

Here you will find recordings of recent webinars we have broadcast, along with information on upcoming webinars that we will be hosting. These RTC webinars highlight  new research initiatives, research findings, and more, presented by leading experts in their fields. Don’t forget to join our mailing list to stay informed on future webinars!

Featured Webinar

Behavioral Health Disorders and Employment for Justice Involved Adolescents
April 18, 2018
Edward Mulvey and Carol Schubert

Description: This webinar examined and compared patterns of education and employment over a 7 year period for justice-involved adolescent offenders with and without mental health conditions. The presenters shared findings on:

1) The influence of mental health status on employment and education outcomes;
2) How symptoms might are related to markers of successful employment and how employment might affect symptoms; and
3) How interventions can be focused to assist these youth in achieving positive employment experiences.

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Webinars & Multimedia

Employment

Behavioral Health Disorders and Employment for Justice Involved Adolescents
April 18, 2018
Edward Mulvey and Carol Schubert

Employing Young Adult Peer Support Workers: A Toolkit for Providers
May 11, 2017
Jonathan Delman & Vanessa Klodnick
Webinar Slides
Toolkit

Research-based Employment Supports for Youth with Chronic Mental Health Disabilities
October 8, 2015
Webcasts with VCU Center on Transition Innovations
Maryann Davis

Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence as a Predictor of Young Adult Employment Outcomes
August 5, 2015 
Kathryn Sabella and Maryann Davis

The Employment Market for Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions: Barriers and Solutions
February 10, 2015
Lisa M. Smith and Charles Lidz
Webinar Slides Only

Transitions RTC Research Webinar Series: IPS Supported Employment for Young Adults with Serious Mental Illness: Four RCTs
May 7, 2013
Gary Bond, Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center

Employment/Education

Navigating School & Work with a Serious Mental Health Condition
Sept 14, 2017
Kathryn Sabella, Laura Golden, and Emma Pici D'Ottavio

Adapting IPS for Young Adults: The Thresholds Study 
Aug 13, 2015
A webinar by  Marsha Ellison, Gary Bond, and Vanessa Vorhies-Klodnick
Transcript

Helping Youth on the Path to Employment (HYPE)
March 2015
Marsha Ellison, Sloan Huckabee, Rachel Stone, and Michelle Mullen

Promoting Successful Transitions for Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions
October 9, 2014
Mary Wagner and Lynn Newman

Education

Supporting the Education of Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions: State of the Practice - part 2
January 26, 2016
Michelle Mullen, Kathleen Biebel, Marsha Ellison
Webinar Slides

Supporting the Education of Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions: State of the Science - part 1
January 7, 2016
Marsha Ellison, Michelle Mullen, and Kathleen Biebel
Webinar Slides

Needs and Supports for Pursuing Postsecondary Education and Training for Youth with Psychiatric Disabilities
October 1, 2015
Webcasts with VCU Center on Transition Innovations
Maryann Davis

Other

Supervising Young Adult Peer Mentors Online Learning Community 1
Vanessa V. Klodnick - January 17, 2018
Webinar Slides
Effectively Employing Young Adult Peer Providers: A Toolkit and A Guide to Supervising and Developing Young Adult Peer Mentors

Core Elements of Young Adult Peer Mentor Training
Kelly English, Kimberly Bisset, & Julia Cardoso - November 17, 2017
Webinar Slides
Visit the Children’s Behavioral Health Knowledge Center

Youth Leadership Benefits Engagement and Resiliency (Uses Adobe Connect)
Amanda Costa & Kathleen Biebel - March 1, 2017
SAMHSA Archived Webinar Series
Webinar Slides

Nothing About Us Without Us: Growing Meaningful Young Adult Involvement in Your Organization
Amanda Costa & Tania Duperoy

Monday, October 3, 2016
Webinar Slides

Adapting IPS for Young Adults
Marsha Ellison
September 29, 2016
Webinar Slides

Knowledge Translation Planning
May, 19, 2016
Melanie Barwick
Center on KTDRR

Introducing: Plain Language Strategies Webcast
May 11, 2016
Kelly Warmington
Center on KTDRR
Transcript
Webinar Slides
Plain Language Checklist

Effective Clinical Supervision for Young Adult Therapeutic
Peer Mentors, Part 2 
closed caption version
March 30, 2016
Vanessa V Klodnick, PhD, LCSW
Webinar slides 

Effective Clinical Supervision for Young Adult Therapeutic
Peer Mentors, Part 1

closed caption version
February 25, 2016
Vanessa V Klodnick, PhD, LCSW
Webinar slides 

Young People in the Design, Conduct, Interpretation of Research
October 8-10, 2015
Maryann Davis, Tania Duperoy
IAYMH Conference in Montreal

Overview: What are the Challenges for Youth with Psychiatric Disabilities as they Transition to Adulthood
September 17, 2015
Webcasts with VCU Center on Transition Innovations
Maryann Davis

Collaboration Between Child and Adult Programs in Systems for Transition Aged Youth
May 20, 2015
Maryann Davis, Nancy Koroloff, Kathryn Sabella and Marianne Sarkis

Promoting Learning and Working During Young Adulthood: Adult System Perspectives
March 3, 2014
Maryann Davis, Marsha Ellison, Nancy Koroloff, Amanda Costa, and Steven Reeder

Paolo del Vecchio of SAMHSA Speaks at the State of the Science Experts Meeting
February 2014

Transition to Adulthood 101: Part 1. How does Young Adult Role Functioning Differ from Adolescent and Adult Role Functioning?
July 16, 2013
Maryann Davis

Transition to Adulthood 101: Part 2. Psychosocial Development Milestones that Support Adult Role Functioning and the Need for More Evidence-based Practices
July 16, 2013
Maryann Davis

Upcoming Webinars

Preventing Disability Among Young Adults with Mental Health Conditions: Is It the Condition or Is It System Effects? with Michelle Mullen, MS, CRC, CPRP

May 31, 2018, 1pm to 2pm EDT

Learn more & register here.

This webinar asks participants to consider the ways in which the mental health system creates disabilities among people with mental health conditions. Ms. Mullen guides participants through the messages and actions taken and/or encouraged by the system that create the "system effects" that are commonly misinterpreted as psychiatric symptoms. She’ll talk about the triggering events that lead to “system effects” and the negative trajectory, such as poverty, unemployment, and social isolation that are typically associated with mental health diagnoses. The webinar also focuses on how supporting the normative, developmentally relevant pathways of young people prevents system effects and the disabilities experienced by older adults in mental health services by focusing on developing human capital among young adults with mental health conditions. This webinar will show how higher education consistently insulates people from unemployment, provides a livable wage, and provides access to employment opportunities that, by design, naturally accommodate for periods of symptom exacerbation. Ms. Mullen will introduce webinar participants to HYPE, Helping Youth on the Path to Employment, a new service that modernizes the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment by prioritizing education as a critical vocational step for young adults to ensure economic self-sufficiency and prevent disability.

Presenter Name: Michelle Mullen, MS, CRC, CPRP
Date: May 31, 2018
Time: 1 pm – 2 pm EDT
Learn more & register here.

 

 

 

 


* webinars are free but registration is required.

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