Out and about

06/06/17 04:55:am
  • Mike Miller, MD, medical director of the residential Herrington Recovery Center, was recognized as a Distinguished Life Fellow by the American Psychiatric Association at a Convocation ceremony during the APA 2017 Annual Meeting in May in San Diego.

  • Sue McKenzie, InHealth Co-Director, has been featured on WTMJ-TV and WTMJ Radio, CBS 58 and will be part of Radio Milwaukee community programming on 88.9 FM talking about the Safe Person decals and stigma elimination.

  • Regional Medical Director Stephanie C. Eken, MD, was featured on the Talk of the Town Extra segment talking about depression in children and adults. The goal was to help more adults to recognize the signs that they or a loved one might have this common mental illness and understand how they can get timely access to appropriate and effective treatment. The segment aired five times in late May on Nashville’s WTVF News Channel 5 station.

  • Celebrating 110 years of comprehensive care, Rogers Behavioral Health honored our relationship with referring healthcare professionals through a continuing education (CE) event on Thursday, June 1. “Harnessing the Power of CBT” was a full-day seminar for licensed healthcare professionals that showcased the application of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) across multiple behavioral health diagnoses. Approximately 100 referring providers attended. Program co-chairs Jerry Halverson, MD, and Brad Riemann, PhD, coordinated a series of didactic presentations and breakout sessions which were led by Rogers’ medical and clinical staff known for the expertise in CBT-based approaches. Also presenting at the event were: Stephanie Eken, MD; Nicholas Farrell, PhD; Heather Jones, PhD; Mitzi Kramer, MD; Rachel Leonard, PHD; Tracey K. Lichner, PhD; Michael Miller, MD; Jody Pahlavan, PsyD; Peggy Scallon, MD; Brad E. R. Smith, MD; Eric Storch, PhD; Erik Ulland, MD; and Chad Wetterneck, PhD.

  • Kari Theilke-Weber, RDN, CEDRD, CD, Lead Dietitian in Oconomowoc and Brittany Barker RDN, CD, presented on a panel titled “Nutrition in Substance Use During and After Pregnancy” at the Substance Abuse and Prevention WIC Learning Day in Milwaukee on May 31. She was invited to present by Milwaukee WIC dietitians.

  • David Gebauer, director of operations for Rogers–Madison, participated in a WEA Trust roundtable on May 23 in Madison

  • Amy Mariaskin, PhD, and clinical director for Rogers–Nashville, presented an introduction to DBT skills at the annual Neurscience and Education Symposium in Nashville on June 1.

  • Rogers–Chicago Clinical Director Paula Young, PhD, and lead therapist Bella Gambino, LPC, will co-present an introductory-level continuing education (CE) class on treating OCD with exposure and response prevention (ERP) at a meeting for mental health professionals in downtown Chicago on June 15.

  • Chad Wetterneck, PhD, and a clinical psychology supervisor, is one of the regional experts featured at the first “Trauma in Our Community” conference coordinated by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Continuing Education on June 16. He will present “Clinical Care of Civilian Trauma Patients.”

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