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Navigating the Pathway to Mental Health
Appropriate identification of mental health warning signs and access to appropriate mental health resources are topics of significant importance to all members of the care coordination team. Access to appropriate resources are not typically easily accessible whether due to lack of funding or location. In many environments, mental health is stigmatized which prevents individuals from seeking appropriate help.

Navigating the pathway to mental health services can be more efficient and connect the client with the most appropriate resource when Case Managers and Providers have a comprehensive knowledge of mental health symptoms, an understanding of mental health barriers and resources that provide a pathway to appropriate mental health care.

This webinar will look at the challenges you face when working with patient with who have mental health conditions whether they be co-morbid or primary conditions. Our expert speakers will help you and your teams to

• Increase knowledge of assessment tools that can be used to identify symptoms of mental illness.
• Gain formation on programs/resources available that makes mental health services accessible.
• Define navigation and its role in mental healthcare.

Jul 14, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kandi Jackson, LCSW, CCM
Principle @Restoration
Kandi Jackson, LCSW, CCM who brings over 18 years of experience in the social work field. Kandi has worked with postnatal mothers, juveniles on probation, acute and chronically ill patients, and now has her own private practice, Restoration Counseling and Support Services , based in Jacksonville, Florida. Kandi is a qualified supervisor providing supervision to Clinical Social Work Interns hoping to adequately prepare them for future clinical social work experiences. Kandi received hear Bachelor in Psychology at the University of Central Florida and Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Central Florida.
Tamara Sorrye LMHC
Principle @Genisis Clinical Counseling, LLC
Tamara Sorrye, LMHC is owner of Genesis Clinical Counseling, LLC. She specializes in counseling teens, young adults, veterans as well as cancer patients who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, grief and depression. She was the first recipient of the American Cancer Society’s “Emerging Leaders in Social Work” award and a nominee of the Jacksonville Business Journal’s “Forty Under Forty. . She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Florida A & M University and a Masters of Art degree with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University.
Anne Llewellyn, MS, BHSA, RN-BC, CCM, CRRN
Director, Client Services @Athena Forum Institute, LLC
Anne Llewellyn is a registered nurse with over forty years of experience in critical care, risk management, case management, patient advocacy, healthcare publications and training and development. Anne has been a leader in the area of Case Management since 1988. Anne was President of CMSA 2004-5 and received the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015. Anne is the current President of the South Florida Case Management Network. Anne is currently the Director of Client Services of Athena Forum