2022 Behavioral Health Convening Agenda

TimeSession Information
8:00 AMRegistration and Poster Session
9:00 AMOpening Plenary with Dr. Benjamin Locke
10:25 AMSession 1
11:25 AMSession 2
12:15 PMLunch and Plenary with Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker
1:35 PMSession 3
2:25 PMBreak
2:40 PMSession 4
3:40 PMSession 5

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Session 1 Topics
Removing Obstacles for Neurodiverse Student Achievement: Designing Post-secondary Learning Environments that Support Student Success
The Impact of Advese Childhood Experiences on College Student Health and Well-Being
Supporting the Wellness of Diverse Graduate Students: A Pilot Curriculum
Peer Support in University Mental Health: UNC Chapel Hill Case Study of Challenges and Opportunities for Collaboration
A Dual Diagnosis Hiding in Plain Sight: Autism Spectrum and Substance Use Disorders
Eating Disorder Treatment Team: The Need for Interdisciplinary Case Management Approach
Moving “I am First Gen” Forward: Supporting First Generation College Students
Session 2 Topics
Leveraging Student Leaders to Address Holistic Health: Implementation of the Be Present Empowerment Model
Stigma on Campus: Impacts on Help Seeking
ACCESS: An Evidence-Based Treatment Program for College Students with ADHD
April 30th and Beyond – UNC Charlotte’s Mental Health Response to a Campus Tragedy
Lessons Learned: 4 Years of the Chapel Hill Campus & Community Coalition
Addressing the Behavioral Health Needs of Graduate Students at a UNC System Campus
iGen Has Arrived: Exploring How to Best Serve this Generation in Higher Education
Session 3 Topics
Guidance about Emotional Support Animals
Managing Mental/Behavioral Health Issues from the Student Health Services Perspective
Nash CC: Serving the Whole Student: a Data Driven Trauma-Informed Approach
Research-Practice Partnership on Social, Emotional, and Academic Well-Being at NCSSM: Using Research to Inform School Efforts to Support Student Well-being
Tackling Prescription Drug Use Through Integrative Health Care
Two Heads are Better than One: When clinical and non-clinical case managers collaborate in a Crisis Management Process
Brief Counseling and Transactional Analysis: A 6 Session Model for Change
Session 4 Topics
Campus and Community Resources for Students in Distress and Crisis: Our Community College Counseling Model
Postvention: How to Engage Your Entire Campus
UNC-Chapel Hill Mental Health Task Force: Process, Challenges, Recommendations and Initial Outcomes
Learning how to RESET: Providing a Space On Campus for Students in Recovery
Dollars and Sense: Demonstrating The Value of Collegiate Recovery on a College Campus
Bridging the CAP(s): Counselor-in-Residence as Strategic Campus Partnership
Session 5 Topics
Implementing Mental Health First Aid Training in North Carolina’s University and Community College Systems
First Things First: Student Affairs Role in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
Supporting Student Mental Health: Using Wellness Coaching to Promote Accountability, Resilience, and Community
Update on a 5-Year Grant for Local and NC Partnerships in Substance Use Prevention
Reaching Out and Looking In: Diversity/Equity Efforts at WCU CAPS
Stress Beyond the Syllabus: A Conversation About Student Wellness and Academic Performance