WALNUT CREEK, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Behavioral Health Provider Network (the BHPN), a non-profit organization headquartered in Walnut Creek, is hosting its third annual Enhancing Your Impact conference for continuing education in behavioral and mental health.
The virtual conference, held January 27-28, is offered free of charge to BHPN network providers. These two impactful days will offer board-certified behavior analysts and qualified mental health professionals the opportunity to earn nine and six continuing education units, respectively.
Enhancing Your Impact offers its nearly 500 participants the opportunity to learn from experts in the fields of behavioral and mental health. The event includes keynote presentations from Dr. Temple Grandin and Trudy Grable, caregiver and advocate for person-centered care. Additional topics include compassion fatigue, trauma-informed supports for children, parenting strategies, and special sessions on cultural responsibility, involvement, and family inclusion.
“BHPN is committed to helping create a more equitable world so that people with intellectual disabilities can choose their path,” said Dr. Tracy Gayeski, BHPN Senior Vice President. “Being progressive with our care options and flexible in our delivery is a strategy that supports this and allows us to expand our impact as a network. It also helps the families we serve have more ability to shape their care and focus on what will best enable them to thrive.
“Enhancing Your Impact builds on this with thought-provoking presentations and live Q&As to help our practitioners learn new strategies for person-centered care, equity and inclusion, self-care and treatment by the parents,” added Gayeski. subjects to our network helps ensure that our practitioners are better able to maintain their well-being and continue to provide high-quality, outcome-focused care to the families we serve today and into the future.
To learn more about BHPN and Enhancing Your Impact, please visit theBHPN.org.
About the Behavioral Health Provider Network
BHPN is one of the largest behavioral health networks in the United States, with nearly 6,000 practitioners serving more than 10,000 families each year. Given its breadth and depth of expertise and knowledge, BHPN is reinventing and expanding treatment options so that families can choose their own path and experience care in the way that best suits them. while reaching critical treatment milestones and meaningful results that allow them to live their best lives. Lives.
BHPN is a member of a family of companies, including the Catalight Foundation, Easterseals Northern California, Easterseals Hawaii, and Xolv Technology Solutions. Across the five not-for-profit corporations, more than 600 employees work together to help create a more equitable world so that people with developmental disabilities can choose their path.