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Creative Therapy Ideas: Making Heart to Heart ConnectionsHave you ever encountered a patient, client, student or loved one living with cognitive and/or communication challenges that limit their ability to make meaningful connections with others? Frustration can be high for all people involved; especially for the individual who is struggling. Over the course of many years, the presenter has developed and adapted various creative approaches to therapy. It is hoped that by sharing experiences, accounts and teaching strategies that the listener will be inspired to find ways to facilitate interactions that make a difference.
Lakeview is the established source for continuing education for professionals dedicated to the treatment of people affected by neurological and behavioral challenges. Free CEUs may be earned through visiting our interactive web site and registering for scheduled programs, such as our Third Thursday at Three Series.
In this presentation, we take a look at Anxiety, and how it relates to functioning in daily life and operant behavior.
Derek Guptill received his BA in Psychology from the University of Southern Maine in 2007, and began working at Lakeview NH the same year. While at Lakeview, he has worked as a direct care staff, case manager, behavior specialist and as the Associate Director of Education. During his time, he was introduced to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and trained with the Florida Institute of Technology becoming a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst in 2011. He recently received his MS in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern Maine, with an emphasis in ABA and has been accepted into their doctoral program. He will sit for the BCBA exam in August.
This presentation discusses mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Concussive Complications with accepted criteria and evidence for mild TBI. This will discuss primary, secondary and tertiary aspects of mTBI and their implications for recovery, outcome and return to work.
Presented by Tina M. Trudel, PhD, Lakeview’s President/Chief Operating Officer and a licensed clinical neuropsychologist with over 25 years of experience. Dr. Trudel has numerous publications and presentations in neuropsychology and rehabilitation. She serves on the national boards of NABIS and BIAA where she was honored with the 2008 Founder’s Award. She is an Asst. Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Virginia Medical School and interned at NYU Medical Center – Rusk Institute. Dr. Trudel celebrated her 20th year with Lakeview in 2013.
This presentation discusses the symptoms, timeframes, individual recovery of individuals who sustain a concussion (mild traumatic brain injury), while educating about helmet use.
Scott Lapoint is a psychology intern at Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in NH. In addition, he is a predoctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. While a student at Regent, Scott facilitated the Tidewater Brain Injury Support Group in Virginia Beach, VA, and served as a Board Member of the Mary Buckley Foundation, Inc., a Virginia Beach-based organization providing services for people with acquired brain injury. Scott is a Licensed Professional Counselor (VA and CO), and was in private practice with Brain Injury Behavioral Services in Denver, CO, from 2002 to 2008. He earned a Master’s degree in Psychology from Regent University in 2011 and in Professional Counseling from Colorado Christian University in 2001. From 2001 to 2008, he was Program Coordinator of the Hangout Resources Network, Inc., a Denver-based drop-in program for people with brain injury. In addition, he is past president of the Northwest Louisiana Brain Injury Support Group in Shreveport, LA, and from 1994 to 2008, produced and edited monthly newsletters for brain injury support groups in Louisiana, North Carolina and Colorado. Up until 1996, Scott worked as a newspaper journalist for 11 years for various publications, from the Northeastern Caribbean to New York City.
This presentation provides an overview of the conceptualization, development, and implementation of a Young Adult Program at Lakeview New Hampshire.
Dr. Goza is the Clinical Director of Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in NH. She joined the organization with over a decade of clinical leadership and management experience. Dr. Goza received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), and completed her internship and fellowship at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia Hospital’s Treatment Center for Children. She served as a director of behavior therapy and program support, and staff psychologist at large programs in Abilene, TX, and most recently as Director of Psychology and Clinical Services Development for Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute before joining Lakeview. Dr. Goza has treated, trained and published in the areas of childhood anxiety and depression, developmental disabilities, autism, self-injury, assessment, best practices and integrating behavioral and psychopharmacological treatments.
This presentation will review and discuss the various types of advocacy, while providing a thorough overview of the various strategies and resources available for individuals with brain injuries, their families and professionals.
For nearly 25 years, Caroline Feller has demonstrated a passionate commitment toward individuals directly affected by brain injury and their families. Her work history includes positions as a cognitive specialist, clinical supervisor, case manager, program director of post-acute services, and director of brain injury services. Ms. Feller is currently an Academy of Brain Injury Specialist Instructor, Trainer and is on the ACBIS National Board. In addition, she has extensive background in program development, quality assurance, and grant deliverables with CDC and the Federal TBI Grant Program. She served as the first Executive Director of the Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin, past board member of the Brain Injury Association of America, and as the Director of Affiliate Services for the Brain Injury Association of America. Ms. Feller’s advocacy has focused on the local, state and federal levels to promote quality, accessible services for individuals with brain injury and their family members. She is currently the Director of Community Development & Relations for Lakeview SpecialtyHospital & Rehab in WI.
This presentation will provide an overview of treatment recommendations following moderate to severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Rob Williams is the Administrator of Lakeview’s Midwest residential programs, Hillside School, and Behavioral Health Clinic in WI. Prior to joining Lakeview, Mr. Williams worked in various leadership roles for a major post-acute brain injury provider in Illinois from 1997-2013, specializing in neurobehavioral treatment. Mr. Williams has held direct care, clinical and administrative positions throughout his career. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Administration from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.