Learning Center

Welcome to Care Compass Network’s Learning Center. Here you will find training modules, PowerPoint presentations, helpful links, and webinars.

Click on the title to view any of our available trainings or webinars. Some trainings are only available on our learning platform, HWApps. In order to access those trainings, click on the title and log onto HWapps. Not registered? Click here for a walk-through on how to register with HWapps.

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Title: Lunch & Learn Webinar: Integration of Community Health Navigators
Presenter: Derrik Chrisler
Description: Derrik Chrisler, Vice President of Administration at Human Services Development shares best practices and lessons learned from their innovation project which was made possible through Care Compass Network. Derrik will discuss the impact regional partnerships realized by integrating community health navigators in emergency departments.


Title: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Presenter: Nicole Babcock, LCSW-R
Description: DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) is an exciting evidence-based practice that can open doors for patients struggling to make progress with symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, and other disorders.  Although full training in this complex mode of therapy is time consuming and expensive, a basic understanding of some of the skills and strategies from DBT can provide a boost to progress in many therapy settings.  Participants will be able to discern when it is appropriate to apply the skills and strategies of DBT-informed treatment, and when formal training in DBT is most important.  We will then cover some of the techniques, skills and strategies from DBT that can make a difference in your own work with patients. This workshop was recorded on 10.29.20 during the 1st Annual Partnering for a Resilient Community Virtual Learning hosted by the CCN Regional Trauma-Informed Care Network.


Title: Self-Care and Professional Boundaries
Presenter: Kathryn Simons, LCSW
Description: Understanding the importance of self-care, empathy, and boundaries as prevention of and recovery from burnout and compassion fatigue. Recognizing link between our interactions, beliefs, and responses and how they are shaped by our histories and experiences. This workshop was recorded on 10.29.20 during the 1st Annual Partnering for a Resilient Community Virtual Learning hosted by the CCN Regional Trauma-Informed Care Network.


Title: Fireside Chat on ACEs in the Clinical Setting
Presenter: Nicole M. Brown, MD, MPH, MHS
Description: Share my experiences with screening for ACEs at the population-level (in the Bronx); Science behind ACEs and its Impact. Introduce trauma-informed care interventions that have been implemented in clinical settings. The importance of building a culture of Trauma-Informed Care and cross-sector partnerships to help build resilience. This workshop was recorded on 10.29.20 during the 1st Annual Partnering for a Resilient Community Virtual Learning hosted by the CCN Regional Trauma-Informed Care Network.


Title: Resilience Focused Art Therapy
Presenter: Emily Walsh, LCAT
Description: In her TED talk “The 3 Secrets of Resilient People,” Lucy Hone notes that the quality of your mindset is vital to resilience. In our time together, we’ll focus on strategies that support 1) Identifying what you can control 2) Letting go of what you can’t control and 3) Focusing on what’s good and what works. You will walk away with: 4 easy to use techniques. A personal Resource Map. 2 Meditation techniques. What you’ll learn: How to identify what is and isn’t within your control. Techniques that support you in letting go of what’s out of your control. Techniques that increase your knowledge of what’s working well in your life. Techniques that increase gratitude and decrease stress. This workshop was recorded on 10.29.20 during the 1st Annual Partnering for a Resilient Community Virtual Learning hosted by the CCN Regional Trauma-Informed Care Network.


Title: 5W’s (Who, What, Where, When & Why) of Trauma-Informed Care
Presenters: Erin Maxfield, DO and Michael Lavin, MD
Description: 5 Ws: Who, What, Where, When & Why to Trauma Informed Care? Share our TIC/ACEs research pilot implementation and Cabrini grant interventions for adults. Why TIC matters? Understanding who it impacts and what can we do to support each other in PC, organization and community. Promote resilience building and empathy. Staff training development. This workshop was recorded on 10.29.20 during the 1st Annual Partnering for a Resilient Community Virtual Learning hosted by the CCN Regional Trauma-Informed Care Network.


Title: An Introduction to Advance Care Planning for Persons With Developmental Disabilities
Presenter: Philip John Dzwonczyk, MD, FACP, AGSF
Description: Dr. Dzwonczyk provides an overview into Advance Care Planning for individuals with developmental disabilities. Dr. Dzwonczyk is the Medical Director at USH Hospitals, Palliative Medicine Services. This webinar was recorded on 9.25.20 during the Advance Care Planning virtual day of learning that was hosted by Care Compass Network and UHS Hospitals.


Title: Advance Care Planning & MOLST for People with Developmental Disabilities
Presenter: Katie Orem, MPH
Description: Katie Orem discusses the importance of Advance Care Planning for those with developmental disabilities. Katie is the Geriatrics & Palliative Care Manager and the eMOLST Administrator for New York State Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. This webinar was recorded on 9.25.20 during the Advance Care Planning virtual day of learning that was hosted by Care Compass Network and UHS Hospitals.


Title: An Introduction to the Mental Hygiene Legal Service
Presenter: A. Laura Bevacqua, Esq.
Description: A. Laura Bevacqua provides an overview of the role the Mental Hygiene Legal Service provides to those with developmental disabilities. A. Laura Bevacqua is a Principal Attorney at the Mental Hygiene Legal Service (MHLS). This webinar was recorded on 9.25.20 during the Advance Care Planning virtual day of learning that was hosted by Care Compass Network and UHS Hospitals.


Title: End-of-Life Care Decision-Making
Presenters: Annette Kasenko, RN and Cynthia Pross, RN
Description: Annette Kasenko and Cynthia Pross discuss the role of the Surrogate Decision-Making Committee (SDMC), the Health Care Decisions Act (HCDA), and provided a walkthrough of the SDMC forms. Annette Kasenko and Cynthia Pross are from the New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs. This webinar was recorded on 9.25.20 during the Advance Care Planning virtual day of learning that was hosted by Care Compass Network and UHS Hospitals.


Title: Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Health: Making it Work in our Primary Care Clinic
Presenters: Jessica Conner, PsyD and Melissa Gagnon
Description: Dr. Jessica Conner, Behavioral Health Consultant, and Melissa Gagnon, Office Manager, will share how they applied the PCBH model, scope of practice, workflows, schedules, note templates, documentations, and the delivery of the brief intervention. Participants will also learn about the similarities and differences between a traditional therapist role vs the role of the Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC), and how to be financial sustainable and the positive impact on the primary care team and patients. This webinar was recorded on 9.17.20.


Title: Motivational Interviewing – Warm Handoff by National Council for Behavioral Health
Length: 5:17 Minutes
Media: Webinar
Description: The following instructional video demonstrates actions you can take to effectively implement a warm handoff with motivational interviewing within an integrated care setting.


 

Title: Brief Intervention by National Council for Behavioral Health
Length: 5:45 Minutes
Media: Webinar
Description: The following instructional video demonstrates actions you can take to conduct a brief intervention within an integrated care setting.


Title: Warm Handoff Anxiety by National Council for Behavioral Health
Length: 5:58 Minutes
Media: Webinar
Description: The following instructional video demonstrates actions you can take to implement an effective warm handoff within an integrated care setting.


Title: Morning Huddle by National Council for Behavioral Health
Length: 4:07 Minutes
Media: Webinar
Description: The following instructional video demonstrates actions you can take to conduct a morning huddle within an integrated care setting.