On Monday, August 21st at 1:00 pm ET, join Dr. Sarah Fine, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS, for this free webinar on developing a cross-organizational treatment planning model, in the effort to create a more effective process for decision-making for behavioral health care professionals.

Behavioral health clinicians who are working in the fields today are facing extremely challenging treatment situations with at-risk children, individuals, and families. These professionals are required to make important, moment-by-moment clinical decisions relatively independently. Even with academic and on-the-job training, this complex and demanding task can be overwhelming and leads to a high burn-out rate, particularly for early career clinicians. You are invited to join OPEN MINDS Senior Associate, Dr. Sarah Fine, for this coffee break case study focused on how to develop a cross-organizational treatment planning model, along with tips for successful implementation.

This webinar session is free courtesy of OPEN MINDS.
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Featured Speakers

Sarah Fine, Ph.D.
Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS

Sarah Fine, Ph.D., has over 10 years of clinical and administrative experience in the human and health services industry. Dr. Fine previously served as the Director of the Center for Community-Based Services (CCBS) at North American Family Institute (NAFI) (formerly Psychological Centers). Her expertise is primarily focused on the child welfare continuum, program design and development, workforce training and development, and writing communications.

Registration for this executive web briefing is free courtesy of OPEN MINDS.

Unable to attend? Still register! At the conclusion of the event, all registrants will receive a recorded copy of the executive web briefing and presentation slides — regardless of attendance.


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