We’re in the “me age.” But this age of the individual also means the age of the consumer, and health & human services communities are not immune to this shift. In the behavioral health field, the growing realization that services need to be more patient-centric and patient empowering is called the Recovery Movement. During this exclusive executive web briefing, participants heard Shawna McGuckin, Reaching Recovery Representative at the Mental Health Center of Denver offer insights into this movement and evidence-based practices for how behavioral health organizations can prepare staff and clients for this growing shift. Ms. McGuckin used . . .