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WPPNT: 2021

There were 22 presentations in 2021. Presentations were recorded. Find the recordings and related materials below. This webpage will be available until December 2023. 

January 7: Integrative and Holistic Approaches to Mental Illness

January 21: Essential Principles of Crisis Intervention

February 18: Chapter 51

March 4: The Five Guideposts of Healing Life's Losses - An Approach to Guiding the Bereaved

March 18: Alcohol Use Disorder Evaluation and Diagnosis

April 8: Addiction, Culture, and Implicit Biases

April 22: Cultural Humility and Implicit Bias in Mental Health Care

May 13: A Real Pain in the Brain (and Nervous System) - New Scientific Understandings of Chronic Pain 

May 27: Helping Patients and Caregivers Manage Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia

June 10: Healing Ourselves from 2020

June 24: Manifestations and Assessment of Anxiety in Pre-Teen Youth

July 8: Part 1: Building Coping Skills During Times of Stress

            Part 2: The Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program (CPCP)

July 22: Why Are We Afraid To Ask About Gambling?

August 12: Assessment and Treatment of Trauma in Children and Adolescents 

August 26: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) - Yes, we really still do that!

September 9: The Magic and Complexity of the Early Years - The Infant Mental Health Approach

September 23: Somatic Interventions for Chronic Pain Treatment 

This is a follow-up to the presentation from May 13, 2021

October 21: Rapid Access Model for Substance Use Disorder Screening

November 4: Developmentally-Informed Support and Services for Children and Families Work!

November 18: How to Engage, Equip, and Empower Emerging Adults using Developmental and Dialectical Frameworks

December 2: The Voices of Wisconsin Students: Learning, Coping, and Building Resilience during COVID-19

December 16: The Importance of Stigma in the Prevention, Diagnosis and Management of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Questions? Contact the Wisconsin Public Psychiatry Network Teleconference coordinator.

Last revised December 20, 2022