12 & 13

May 2017

MindsMatter! Mental Health Across the Lifespan
Ending Stigma through Research, Education, and Practice.

icon-agendaPre-Conference Event – Thursday, May 5

Topic: Building Bonds, Breaking Barriers: Voices of the Underserved
Gallery A (Upstairs)
5:30 – 6:00pm Arrival and Entertainment (Hors d’oeuvres)
6:00 – 6:10pm Welcome and Introductions
Sharon Holder, PhD, MSc, MSW, Symposium Chair
6:10 – 6:50pm Programs Addressing The Plight of the Underserved
Ken Dority, Executive Director, Greenville, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
6:50 – 7:30pm Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) Process for Law Enforcement Officers
Speakers: Ken C. Miller, Chief of Police, Greenville Police Department & Stacey L. Owens, Captain, Internal Affairs Division, Greenville Police Department
7:30 – 8:00pm Entertainment and Networking
8:00pm Adjourn

icon-agendaDay 1 – Friday, May 6

Plenary Session – Regency Room
7:00 – 8:30am Registration
8:00 – 8:30am Continental Breakfast & Registration
Exhibit Room – Regency Ballroom A & B
8:30 – 8:35am Welcome and Introduction – Dr. Kenneth Rogers, MD, MSPH, MMM, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Symposium Co–Chair
8:35 – 8:40am Introduction of Keynote Speaker – Mr. John H. Magill , State Director, South Carolina Department of Mental Health (DMH)
8:40 – 10:00am Depression and Comorbid Medical Illness: Towards Integrated Care – Regency Ballroom C
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Meera Narasimhan, Professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of South Carolina School of Medicine – Columbia (USCSOM-C), Columbia, SC; Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
10:20am BREAK (Located in the Exhibit Room along with Poster Session)
Concurrent Sessions (Please select one presentation for each session.)
Session 1 – AM Breakout
Clinical Track

10:20 –11:20 am

1st Floor

Moderator: Sammie Tate, RN

Primary Care and Behavior Health Integration: Prospects and Challenges – (Limit: 100; Regency Ballroom C)
Speaker: Meenu Jindal, MD

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART): An Emerging Evidence– Based Therapy for Treatment of Post–Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Related Comorbidities – (Limit: 50; Dogwood Room)
Speaker:  Kevin E. Kip, PhD 

Identification and Treatment of Mood Disorders in the Perinatal Period – (Limit: 60; Magnolia Room)
Speaker: Stephanie Berg, MD

Physical Pain Alleviation: Effective Hypnotic Treatments – (Limit: 50; Redbud Room)
Speaker: Fredric Mau, LPC, DCC, DMin, MA, MDiv, BCH

Community Track

10:20 –11:20 am

Moderator: Bonnie Brown, LISW–CP, CEAP

What Do You Do When Your Anti–depression Medicine isn’t working? – (Limit: 50; Gardenia Room)
Speaker: David Moore, MD

Complex Grief of Those Who Lost a Loved One To Suicide – (Limit: 35; Azalea Room)
Speaker: Becky Kay

Neurobiology of Substance Use Disorders – (Limit: 16; Board Room)
Speaker: Roy Smith, MD

Mental Healthcare Disparities: New Alternatives and Resources – (Limit: 35; Think Tank – 2nd Floor)
Speaker: Ken Dority, Executive Director NAMI Greenville

Session 2 – AM Breakout
Clinical Track

11:25 am – 12:25 pm

Moderator: Dr. Michael Catalana

Algorithmic Identification of Media and Category Preferences in those with Neurocognitive Disorders – (Limit: 100; Regency Ballroom C)
Speaker:  Sean Christensen, Robert Gereige, Victor Hirth, MD

The Subjective Nature of the Religious Experience and Aversion to Mental Health Treatment – (Limit: 50; Redbud Room)
Speaker: John B. Hartman II, DMin

Best Practices for Prompt Follow–up – (Limit: 50; Dogwood Room)
Speaker:  Ginger DeFrancesch, MA

Community Track

11:25 am – 12:25 pm

Moderator: Darin Thomas, LMSW

Creating a Community Where Faith and Mental Illness Meet – (Limit: 50; Gardenia Room)
Speaker: Kurt Stutler, MDiv

Peer–Based Co–Occurring Disorder Recovery Coaching: A New Paradigm – (Limit: 30; Think Tank – 2nd Floor)
Speaker: Richard Jones, MA, MBA

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) For Suicide Prevention – (Limit: 35; Azalea Room) (1–Hour Certification Workshop)
Speaker: Jean Ann Lambert, MRC

12:25 – 1:25 pm Lunch (Gallery A, 2nd Floor)

PM Poster Session in Exhibit Room starts at Lunch time until 5:30 pm

Drawing for Door prizes, distribution of paper evaluations to those who do not wish for credit and instructions given to those wanting to obtain credit.

Plenary Session – Regency Ballroom

1:30 – 1:35pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker– Kenneth Rogers, MD, MSPH, MMM, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Symposium Co–Chair
1:35 – 2:35pm Why is Bipolar Disorder a Cardio–Metabolic Risk? – Ballroom C

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Vladimir Maletic, Clinical Professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of South Carolina School of Medicine–Greenville (USCSOM-G)

2:35 – 2:40pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker– Beth Riley, MSW, LISW–CP, CEDS Founder and Director, The Riley Center
2:40 – 3:40pm Recent Findings in Anorexia and Bulimia – Ballroom C

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Phil Mehler, Executive Medical Director & Chief Medical Officer of Eating Recovery Center

3:40 – 3:55pm BREAK (Exhibit Room along with Poster Session)
Concurrent Sessions
Session 3 – PM Breakout
Clinical Track

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Moderator: Dr. Lynda Sykes

Adult ADD and Co–occurring Substance Use Disorders:  What is it?  How do you diagnose it?  How do you treat it? – (Limit: 100; Regency Ballroom C)
Speaker: John Roberts, MD

Mental Health and the Returning Warriors – (Limit: 50; Redbud Room)
Speaker: Benjamin F. Griffeth, MD

Update on Practice Guidelines for the Psychiatric Evaluation of Adults – (Limit: 50; Dogwood Room)
Speaker:  Julius Earle, MD

Employing the Use of Light Therapy, Melatonin, and Vitamin D in the Treatment of Neuropsychiatric Diseases: Shining the Light–An Update – (Limit: 50; Magnolia Room)
Speaker: Miles Ardaman, MD

Community Track

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Moderator: Dr. Helene Cook

Psychiatric Crisis 911….Where?  – (Limit: 50; Gardenia Room)
Speaker: Bridget Barron, RN–BC, BSN Mental Health Ethics: Mapping the Terrain – (Limit: 30; Think Tank 2nd Floor)
Speaker: Jim Hayes, MD and Steve Williams, JD

Using Focus Groups and Qualitative Research to Keep Outcomes Patient–Centered (Stakeholders) – (Limit: 18; Board Room)
Speaker: Cheryl Dye, PhD and Sarah F. Griffin, MPH, PhD

Addressing Socioeconomic and Psychosocial Barriers in a Patient–Centered Medical Neighborhood Model – (Limit: 35; Azalea Room)
Speaker: Jennifer Snow, MBA, Tierney Gallagher, Darin Thomas, LMSW 

Dinner – Honored Speaker, Mariel Hemingway – Main Ballroom
6:30 – 7:30pm Networking and Silent Auction
7:30 – 8:00pm Introduction of Dinner Speaker – Mary Giliberti, JD Chief Executive Officer, NAMI

Title: Out Came the Sun

Mariel Hemingway – Prolific Author, Healthy Lifestyle Brand Entrepreneur, and a Tireless Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Program Advocate.

8:00 – 8:30pm NAMI Community Advocate Award

Presenter –   Mary Giliberti, JD, Chief Executive Officer, NAMI

8:30 – 10:30pm Musical entertainment, and a vignette – The Struggles of Mental Illness – Portrayed by Ann Lewis

icon-agendaDay 2 – Saturday, May 7

AM Poster Session in Exhibit Room until 12:50 pm
6:45am Registration Desk will be open
7:00 – 7:45am 12– Step Open Recovery Meeting – (Limit: 18; Board Room)
Facilitators – Lauren Smith–Nagel and Paton Blough
Plenary Session – Regency Ballroom
8:00 – 8:30am Continental Breakfast and Registration – Regency Ballroom A & B
8:30 – 8:35am Welcome – Dr. Kenneth Rogers, MD, MSPH, MMM, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Symposium Co–Chair
8:35 – 8:40am Introduction of Keynote Speaker – Lauren Smith–Nagel
8:40 – 10:00am Integrating Treatment for Substance Use and Co–Occurring Disorders (COD) – Regency Ballroom C
Keynote Speaker:  Dr. John Roberts
10:00 – 10:20am BREAK – Exhibit Room along with Poster Session
Concurrent Sessions (Please select one presentation for each session.)
Session 1 – AM Breakout
Clinical Track

10:20 –11:20 am

1st Floor

Moderator: Mary Irby, MSW

Treating the Agitated Patient: Cases and Caveats – (Limit: 50; Dogwood Room)
Speaker: Calvert Warren, MD

Intervening to Reduce the Stigma and Encourage the Support of Soldiers Seeking and Remaining in Mental Health Treatment – (Limit: 30; Think Tank, 2nd Floor)
Speaker: Thomas W. Britt, PhD

Obamacare and Mental Health, What’s the Big Deal? – (Limit: 150; Redbud Room)
Speaker:  Kenneth Rogers, MD

Community Track

10:20 –11:20 am

Moderator: Brailun Peters

Suicide Prevention: Everyone Has a Role – (Limit: 35; Azalea Room)
Speaker: Jennifer R. Piver, Executive Director of MHA Greenville

Mental Health: Patients, Families and Caregivers Working with the
Probate Court  – (Limit: 50; Magnolia Room)
Speaker: Judge – Debora Faulkner, Greenville County Probate Judge

Using Focus Groups and Qualitative Research to Keep Outcomes Patient–Centered (Providers) – (Limit: 18; Board Room)
Speaker: Eunice Peterson, MD, Karen Cooke, MSW, LISW–CP, Sharon M. Holder, PhD, MSc, MSW

Understanding Unique Qualities of African American Grief and Spirituality in the Behavioral Health Setting – (Limit: 50; Gardenia Room)
Speaker: Brooks Heard

Session 2 – AM Breakout
Clinical Track

11:25 am – 12:25 pm

Moderator: Glenda Hayes

The Body Remembered; the Brain Reacts: Clinical Applications of Understanding the Underlying Connections Between Eating Disorders and Trauma – (Limit: 50; Dogwood Room)
Speaker:  Norman Kim, PhD

Lincoln’s Hat: Local Trends and Integration in Community Mental Health Treatment Service Delivery – (Limit: 50; Redbud Room)
Speaker: Al Edwards, MD

Scopolamine for Management of Extrapyramidal Side Effects as a Result of Antipsychotic Medication Use: A Case Report and Brief Review of Literature – (Limit: 24; Think Tank, 2nd Floor)
Speaker:  Daniel Lampignano, MD, MS and Taral R. Sharma, MD, MBA

Occupational Hazard: When Doctors or Lawyers Get Depressed– (Limit: 50; Gardenia Room)
Speaker: Stuart Mauney, JD

Community Track

11:25 am – 12:25 pm

Moderator: Sharon Holder (Chair)

Mental Health Roundtable: Advocacy in Action! – (Limit: 16; Board Room)
Facilitator: Brian LeDuc, MD

Using Focus Groups and Qualitative Research to Keep Outcomes Patient–Centered (Community) – (Limit: 35; Azalea Room)
Speaker: Cheryl Dye, PhD and Sarah F. Griffin, MPH, PhD

The Family Transformation Model for Women and Children – (Limit: 50; Magnolia Room)
Speaker:  Alan Lyme, LISW, CADC–II, CCS

Plenary Session & Luncheon Main Ballroom
12:30 – 12:35pm Welcome – Mr. Michael C. Riordan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Greenville Health System
12:35 – 12:40pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker – Richard (Dick) W. Riley, former U.S. Secretary of Education
12:40 – 1:40pm Title: My Journey: Making Mental Health Essential Health – Regency Ballroom C

Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy, former U.S. Representative and Mental Health Advocate

1:45 – 1:55pm Conclusion – Dr. Sharon Holder, Symposium Chair and Dr. Eunice Peterson, Symposium Program Chair
1:55 – 2:10pm Closing Remarks – Dr. Windsor Westbrook Sherrill, Associate VP for Health Research, Professor, Public Health Sciences & GHS Chief Science Officer
2:10 – 2:20pm Drawing and Announcement of Door prizes – Dr. Kenneth Rogers, MD, MSPH, MMM, Professor and Chair of the Department of

Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Symposium Co–Chair

2:30 pm Adjourn
GHS Health Sciences Center Partners