Racism as a Public Mental Health Crisis
Matthew Canuteson, Diversity and Inclusion Officer/Bureau of Cultural Competence Director, New York State Office of Mental Health
The Myth of “Acting Alone”: A Call to Action for Immediate, Intentional, and Sustainable Change
Susan X Jane, Principal, Navigators Consulting
Language Matters: Say My Name, Respect My Pronouns – How to Work with LGBTQ+ Youth in Prevention and Recovery
John Cho, LMHC, Youth Prevention Manager, LGBT Center
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BEing Immediate, Intentional, and Experiencing Sustainable Change: An Investigation
Lila Boyer, CASAC-A, CARC, CRPA, CCAR-TOT, CEO/Founder, Helping Other People Everyday; OASAS ETP, FOR-NY Best Practice Trainer, and a Member of the ASAP-NYCB Trainer Registry.
Supporting Native Americans in Treatment
Denise Miller, MA, Native American Miller is Cultural Educator, The Haven in Arizonia, and nine years participation in Wellbriety. Denise is a Member of the ASAP-NYCB Training Registry.
Sandy Rivers, MA, CASAC-M, Experienced clinician, Rivers is a Member of the ASAP-NYCB Trainer Registry and an OASAS approved trainer.
Supporting Native Americans in Recovery Resources
The Conversation about the Coaching Conversation Establishing Relationships to insure Inclusive Work with Diverse Populations
Keith S. Greer, L.C.S.W., P.C.C., P.R.C. is an Executive & Recovery Coach, a Coach Supervisor, and a Member of the ASAP-NYCB Trainer Registry
Keith Greer Handout