2019 PCCYFS Annual Spring Conference

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

2019 Annual Spring Conference

This year’s conference will be located at the Best Western Premier, 800 E. Park Drive, Harrisburg, PA. Make your room reservation here or call 717-561-2800, option #4, then option #1. Be sure to mention that you are attending the PCCYFS Spring Conference to receive our discounted room rate. Reservations must be made by March 27, 2019. Register for the conference here.

7:30 – 8:30

Registration & Hot Breakfast

7:30 – 5:00

Exhibits Open

8:15 – 8:30

Opening Remarks

8:30 – 10:00

Keynote: Michael Sanders, Focusing on Opportunities, Strengths, and What CAN Be Done!

10:00–10:15

Refreshment Break

Leadership/Administration

Leadership/Administration

Direct Care/Clinical

Direct Care/Clinical

Session

 

1

 

10:15–11:45

W-1 Developing Youth Wellness in a Residential Setting

Colleen Daisley, Jim Williams, Neil Glover, Anthony Lucas
1.5 CEU

W-2 Family First: Prevention Services Act: State Updates on Family First Implementation

Gloria Gilligan, Roseann Perry

W-3 Understanding the Impact of Early Trauma: Building the Foundation for Trauma Informed Care

Faye L. Hall, Jeff Merkert

1.5 CEU

W-4 Sex Trafficking and Trauma: Legal Issues, Advocacy and the Survivor Perspective

Jamie Pizzi, Sarah Robinson Barbera, Tammy McDonnell
1.5 CEU

12:00 – 1:00

Networking Luncheon

Session

 

2

 

1:00 – 2:30

W-5 Needs Based Budgeting Overview and Working Effectively with Counties

Gloria Gilligan, Roseann Perry, Kim Young, Terry Clark, Matt Conjelko

W-6 Measuring Clinical Effectiveness in Community Mental Health

Jessica Mastrangelo, Deborah Luckey, Molly Stubbs, Steven Galambos
1.5 CEU

W-7 Modern Day Social Work Ethics, Part One

June Fsher

1.5 CEU

W-8 Teen Technology Usage Trends and Mental Health Sharing through Social Media, Part One

Ryan Klingensmith

1.5 CEU

2:30 – 3:00

Exhibitor Networking Ice Cream Social

Session

 

3

 

3:00 – 4:30

W-9 Family First Prevention Services Act: Evidence-Based Practices

Kira Fatherree

1.5 CEUi

W-10 An Accountability Culture: Using Trauma Informed Principles

Lisa Schiller, Jennifer Marsteller
1.5 CEU

W-11 Modern Day Social Work Ethics, Part Two

June Fisher

1.5 CEU

W-12 Teen Technology Usage Trends and Mental Health Sharing through Social Media, Part Two

Ryan Klingensmith

1.5 CEU

5:00 – 6:00

PCCYFS Board Meeting – Open to all Member Executives

6:00

Dinner on your own but not alone – Join a group of your choice!

8:00 – 11:00

Hospitality Event

 


Thursday, April 11, 2019

7:30 – 8:30

Registration & Hot Breakfast

7:30 – 1:30

Exhibits Open

8:15 – 8:30

Opening Remarks

8:30 – 10:00

Keynote: Bridget Gavaghan, It’s Not You, It’s Your Story - Reframing our Conversations about Human Services

10:00 – 10:30

Refreshment Break

Leadership

Administration

Direct Care/Clinical

Direct Care/Clinical

Session

 

1

 

10:30-12:00

T-1 Impact of Supervision and Management on Casework Retention

Bonnie Christian Marsh, Yoon Mi Kim, George Kovarie

T-2 Collaborating Around New and Innovative Programming… It Takes a Village to Develop Programs

Terri Spiegel Tolomeo, Cecilia Keesey
1.5 CEU

T-3 Tobacco Use, Vaping and Youth: A Look at Tobacco/Cannabis Vaping Trends

David Fialko

1.5 CEU

T-4 Autism and the Child Welfare System

Kate Hooven
1.5 CEU

12:00 –1:15

Networking Luncheon, Exhibitor Gift Raffle & Annual Membership Business Meeting

Session

 

2

   

1:15 –2:45

T-5 Strategic Partnerships: Alliances, Mergers, Backshop Contracting, Affliations – What’s Right for Your Organization?

Michael Kellerman, Jay Deppeler, Carl Clark, Nancy Kukovich

T-6 Considerations for our Workforce: Chronic Organizational Trauma and Email Overload

Lisa Lowrie, Amy Freeman, Alex Redcay

1.5 CEU

T-7 Drug Trends Among Today’s Youth

Matthew Null


1.5 CEU

T-8 Using Virginia Satir’s Self-Esteem Maintenance Toolkit for Self-Care, Client Care, and Clinical Supervision, Part One

Caren L. Rosser-Morris


1.5 CEU

2:45 3:00

Refreshment Break

Session

 

3

 

3:00 –4:30

T-9 A World of Opportunities: Functional Leadership in Therapeutic Milieu

Michael W. Gaffley


1.5 CEU

T-10 Value-Based Contracting: What Providers Need to Know and Do Today

Lynn Kovich, Amanda Roth, Sally Kovich

T-11 Early Childhood Wellness Initiative: Teaching Parenting Skills Through Observation for Caregivers of Very Young Children

Shari Hutchison, Amanda Ayers Maise

1.5 CEU

T-12 Using Virginia Satir’s Self-Esteem Maintenance Toolkit for Self-Care, Client Care, and Clinical Supervision, Part Two

Caren L. Rosser-Morris


1.5 CEU

4:30

Adjournment