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David Drustrup, MA, will present “Addressing White Racism as Part of the Psychotherapy Process”
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In collaboration with The Trust: Dr. Leisl Bryant will present “Navigating Terminations: Complexities, Ethics, and Risk Management”
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Drs. Pearl B Werfel and Linda Trettin will present “Empowerment of Clients Living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)”
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Dr. Winford provides foundational knowledge and fundamental competencies involved in the execution of effective behavioral health skills in a population-based primary care setting. Using a case study embedded within an integrated behavioral health provider’s sample schedule, she highlights key characteristics of a functional assessment, brief intervention, and treatment planning—vital components of an integrated care behavioral health intervention. Dr. Winford discusses strategies and tips on ways to incorporate these skills into integrated behavioral health practices and interact effectively with other members of the treatment team.
Eboni Winford, PhD, is a Behavioral Health Consultant and licensed psychologist at Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, TN. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Dr. Winford is involved in workforce development and is a member of the training committee of CHS’s APA-accredited clinical psychology internship and the APPIC-approved postdoctoral fellowship program. She is currently involved in multiple integrated care initiatives, including the refugee medical screening process and the National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program.
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