Out and about

04/06/17 06:47:am

Jerry Halverson, MD, Medical Director of the residential FOCUS Program for adults with mood disorders and Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc, offered a presentation for BizTimes Media’s Wellness Summit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Halverson and two other professional speakers discussed methods companies can use for improving employee performance, health and happiness.

This month, many of our talented professionals will share their expertise through conference presentations.

  • Parents United Consortium, April 4, Pewaukee, Wisconsin, Sue McKenzie, co-director of Rogers InHealth, will present “Preparing for Life’s Storms: Building Resiliency at Home and School”

  • Anxiety and Depression Association of America’s (ADAA) Annual Conference, April 6-9, location. We have many staff members presenting on multiple subjects throughout the conference, including:

    • Jerry Halverson, MD, medical director of Rogers–Oconomowoc and FOCUS Mood Disorders program for adults

    • Brad Riemann, PhD, clinical director of the OCD Center and CBT services

    • Stephanie Eken, MD, regional medical director

    • Eric Storch, PhD, clinical director of Rogers–Tampa Bay

    • Karen Cassiday, PhD, clinical director of Rogers–Chicago

    • Bunmi Olatunji, PhD, clinical co-director of Rogers–Nashville

    • Rachel Leonard, PhD, clinical supervisor of FOCUS Mood Disorders program for adults

  • Rise Conference, April 8, Brentwood, Tennessee, Amy Mariaskin, PhD, clinical co-director of Rogers–Nashville, will present “Addressing Anxiety in Students with Learning Disabilities”

From April 27-30, Rogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc will be the host site for the Pediatric Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) program. Dr. Storch will oversee the event, which offers intensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for mental health professionals specializing in treating children and teens with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

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