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30th Anniversary Celebration

Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training

Breaking Out of the Box: Innovative Integration of Mental Health and Medicine

When: Friday July 14th
           8:00am-5:30pm

Where: MSU College of Human Medicine Building 200 East 1st St, Flint, MI 48532

 

Sponsored By:

McLaren Flint Foundation

MSU-FAME Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Will be able to recognize the history of mental health and medicine integration over the past 30 years.
  2. Will synthesize unique roles that psychology and medicine can bring to the role of patient care in varied medical settings.
  3. Will conceptualize the integration of medical and mental health expertise to assist in the development of highly functioning interdisciplinary teams.

AUDIENCE:

Psychologists, physicians, nurses, public health practitioners, social workers, and other medical professionals engaged in clinical practice and medical education.

Medical school and residency faculty who wish to better understand integrative practice with psychologists.

Medical students and house staff who are planning a career that will include collaborative practice with psychologists 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:

The Department of Psychology at Wayne State University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Department of Psychology at Wayne State University maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Michigan State Medical Society Committee on CME Accreditation through the joint sponsorship of McLaren Flint and Wayne State University. McLaren Flint is accredited by the Michigan State Medical Society Committee on CME Accreditation to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

All the recommendations involving clinical medicine in a CME activity must be based on evidence that is accepted within the profession of medicine as adequate justification for their indications and contraindications in the care of patients. All scientific research referred to, reported or used in CME in support or justification of a patient care recommendation must conform to the generally accepted standards of experimental design, data collection and analysis. Providers are not eligible for MSMS accreditation or reaccreditation if they present activities that promote recommendations, treatment or manners of practicing medicine that are not within the definition of CME, or known to have risks or dangers that outweigh the benefits known to be ineffective in the treatment of patients”.

This event is able to offer 7.0 CE/CME credits.

 

SCHEDULE:

8:00-8:30 Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30-9:00 Welcome and Introductions:  CAPT Program Directors - Mark Vogel, PhD, Barbara Wolf, PhD, and Kirk Stucky, PsyD

9:00-10:00 Health Psych Plenary: Linda Garcia-Shelton, PhD - History and Development of Integration in Mental Health and Medicine

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-11:15: Break Out Sessions (2 sessions: 1 Adult Health; 1 Rehab)

-          Adult Health: Adrienne Williams, PhD- Cultural Identification and Value Clarification

-          Rehab: Tracy Shannon, PsyD – Disorders of Consciousness Program

11:15-12:15 Break Out Sessions (2 sessions: 1 Adult Health; 1 Peds)

-          Adult Health Panel: Heather Kirkpatrick, PhD, Mark Vogel, PhD, Andrew Champine, PsyD - New Directions in Integration

-          Peds: Crystal Meko- Opportunities for Psychologists in Administration of Medical Residencies

12:15- 1:15 LUNCH

1:15-2:15 Rehab Plenary:  Shane Bush, PhD - Ethics in Neuropsychology, Medical Settings, and Telepsychology

2:15- 3:15 Break Out Sessions (2 sessions: 1 Adult Health; 1 Peds)

-          Peds: Rebecca Ellens, PsyD – Pediatric Pain Management

-          Adult Health: Tim Steenberg, PhD - Smartphone-based assessment: New possibilities in health psychology and medical education

3:15-3:30 BREAK

3:30-4:30 Break Out Sessions (2 sessions: 1 Adult Health; 1 Rehab)

-          Rehab: Megan Hatfield, PhD - Rehabilitation Strategies for Mild Cognitive Impairment/Early Dementia

-          Adult Health: Gregory Jones, PhD - Dealing with the Country Folks  

4:30-5:30 Closing Plenary: Jared Skillings, PhD - Innovations in Health Psychology: Looking to the Future

 

SPEAKERS:

  •           Linda Garcia-Shelton, PhD, MHSA, ABPP (Morning Health Psychology Plenary)

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  •           Shane Bush, PhD, VA New York Harbor Healthcare System (Afternoon Rehabilitation Plenary)

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  •           Jared Skillings, PhD, ABPP, Spectrum Health System (Closing Plenary)

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Adrienne Williams, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
      Tim Steenbergh, PhD, HSPP
Indiana Wesleyan University
Tracy Shannon, PsyD
The Ohio State university Wexner Medical Center
      Megan Hatfield, PhD
Spectrum Health Services
Crystal Meko, PsyD
Hurley Medical Center,
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
     

Gregory Jones, PhD
Premier Psychological Services

Rebecca Ellens, PsyD
Children's Hospital of Michigan
      Mark Vogel, PhD, ABPP
Genesys Regional Medical Center
Andrew Champine, PsyD
McLaren Flint
      Heather Kirkpatrick, PhD, MSCP, ABPP
Genesys Regional Medical Center

 

Registration Information:

If you are a student, intern or speaker please register here

All others, please register using the paypal link below.



On the Paypal registration page please provide any meal preferences/restrictions.

Early Bird Regstration until June 15th: $40.00
Registration June 16th - July 10th: $50.00
Late Registration July 11th - July 14th: $60.00

Please contact Sherry Rosenberger with any questions at 810-600-5618.


AIR TRAVEL:
The nearest airport is the Bishop International Airport. The airport is five miles from the conference location.

 

SUGGESTED LOCAL LODGINGS:

Holiday Inn Flint- Grand Blanc Area
5353 Gateway Center
Flint, MI 48507
(810) 232-5300

Wingate by Wyndham Flint/Grand Blanc
1359 Grand Point Ct.
Grand Blasnc, MI 48439
(810) 694-9900

Holiday Inn Express - Grand Blanc
3405 Regency Park Dr.
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
(810) 695-3000

 

History Of CAPT

In 1987, development began on what would soon become the Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training.  As the first APA accredited Clinical Health Psychology post-doctoral fellowship in the nation, the idea was to bring three community hospitals (Genesys, Hurley, and McLaren) together for the purpose of training psychologists in the specialty of health psychology and enhancing medical education for physicians.

Over the past 30 years, CAPT has successfully graduated over 100 fellows specializing in adult health psychology, pediatric health psychology, and rehabilitation psychology.

Fellows have gone on to take positions in medical education, rehabilitation, adult and pediatric clinical health psychology, academia, and neuropsychology.  They maintain leadership positions across the nation.

The CAPT fellowship continues to grow, recruiting new fellows every year, and strives to stay on the cutting edge of Health and Rehabilitation Psychology by breaking out of the box and going beyond traditional mental health roles.

 

Thank you to...

...all of our speakers for their time, enthusiasm, and expertise.

...the McLaren Flint Foundation for grant funding.

...Wayne State University for sponsoring our CEs.

...McLaren Flint for sponsoring our CMEs.

...MSUFAME for the conference facilities.

...the CAPT 30th Anniversary Planning Committee for the coordination of this event.