In this era of managed health care plans, session-limitations, over-scheduled clinicians and facilities, and financial hardships, maintaining a focus on social justice and other personal ethics while also succeeding in a mental-health practice can feel daunting or even impossible. This panel of speakers represent mental-health professionals who have found ways to provide a variety of mental-health services with a strong focus on community mental health, inclusive practices, and financial strategies that allow individuals with financial hardships access services.
This event is also available to the greater mental health community for Continuing Education Credit (meets partial requirement for mandatory Ethics CE’s).
A social event will follow! (5:00-7:00 pm)