17 & 18

May 2019

Reducing Mental Health Disparities Through Sustaining and
Strengthening Healthy Communities: Increasing Knowledge through Research, Education and Practice

icon-agendaDay 1 – Friday, May 17

Welcome and Introduction – Room 102 ABC
9:00am – 9:10am Karen Lommel, DO, MHA, MS, Prisma Health Behavioral Health Chief Medical Officer
Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
9:10am – 10:10am Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics: The Spectrum of Influences and Disorders
Presenter: Desmond Kelly, MD, Vice-Chair for Academics and Community Affairs, Prisma Health-Upstate Department of Pediatrics
Break
10:10 – 10:45am
Exhibit Area
Clinical Track Breakout Sessions
Session 1
10:45am – 11:45am
Overview of Relaxation-Based Pain Relief
Presenter: Fredric Mau D.Min., M.A., M.Div., LPCS, BC-NCC
102-B
Correlation between Bipolar Disorder, Addiction, and Suicide: The Importance of Wellness as a Coping Tool
Presenter: Torri Shack
Executive Director Tangible Movement
104-A
Community Track Breakout Sessions
Session 1
10:45am – 11:45am
The State of Mental in the Upstate
Presenters: Karen Lommel, DO, MHA, MS
Carson Felkel II, MD, FAPA
Maya H. Pack, MS, MPA
Susam Smyre Haire
102-A
From Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming the Stigma of Living With Bipolar Disorder
Presenter: Amanda Phillips
103
Plenary Session – Room 202 ABC
12:00 – 12:05pm Welcome & Opening Remarks
Spence Taylor, MD
President, Prisma Health-Upstate
12:05 – 12:10pm Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Jerry Chapman, Director of Business Development, The Carolina Center For Behavioral Health
12:10 – 1:10pm No Shame in Asking for Help….I Did
Plenary Speaker: Herschel Walker
Former Professional Football Player and Mental Health Advocate
1:10 – 1:15pm Introduction of Plenary Speaker/Panel
Joseph J. Blake, JD
Chief Governance Officer, Prisma Health
1:15 – 2:15pm Involuntary Mental Health Commitments 
Plenary Speaker: Mark W. Binkley, J.D.
Panel: Mark W. Binkley, JD, Hon. Caroline Horlbeck, JD, John Mauldin, JD, Al Edwards, MD, Captain Stacey L. Owens
Panel Moderator: Madison McKissick, JD
Clinical Track Breakout Sessions
2:30 – 3:30pm Poster Session
Exhibit Area
Session 2
3:30 – 4:30pm
Psychosocial Benefits of Centering Pregnancy Group Prenatal Care 
Presenters: Sarah Covington-Kolb, MSPH, MSW
102-B
Clinical Chain of Care
Presenter: Alex Karydi, PhD, LMFT, LAC
102-A
Session 3
4:40 – 5:40pm
From Near-Immediate Jeopardy to Noteworthy: The Creation of a Monumental Restraint Compliance Program
Presenters: Erin Fitzpatrick, MSN, RN-BC
Bridget Barron, BSN, RN-BC
103
Preventing Burn-out in Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners: Implications for Mental Health
Presenters: Ellen Kennedy, BSN, RN
Cassie Muller, MSN, RN
Greg Hair, MSN, RN
Sharon Holder, PhD, MSc, MSW
102-A
Community Track Breakout Sessions
2:30 – 3:30pm Poster Session
Exhibit Area
Session 2
3:30 – 4:30pm
Journey Towards Recovery…How One Man Survived Two Suicide Losses
Presenter: Dennis Gillan
103
CIT Policing & Mental Health
Presenter: Captain Stacey L. Owens
104-A
Session 3
4:40 – 5:40pm
Psychosocial and Behavioral Aspects of Pediatric Transplantation: A Fixed Battery Proposal
Presenters: Ronnie Lee, M.S.
Lize Tibiriçá, M.S.
Samantha Behbahani, PsyD
104-B
Gateway: The Clubhouse Model for Mental Health Rehabilitation
Presenters: Lauren Dean, LMSW
Heath Whatley, LMSW
104-A
Dinner Speaker – Room 202 ABC
6:30 – 7:30pm Meet the Author & Book Signing
Daniel Rodriquez
Hall Way
7:30 – 7:45pm Welcome & Introduction
Rich Jones, MA, MBA, LCAS
Symposium Chair, Executive Director FAVOR
7:45 – 8:30pm Keynote Dinner Speaker: Daniel Rodriquez
Purple Heart Recipient Former Clemson Football Player & NFL Recruit

icon-agendaDay 2 – Saturday, May 18

Welcome and Introduction – Room 102 ABC
9:00am – 9:05am Rich Jones, MA, MBA, Symposium Chair,Executive Director FAVOR
9:05am – 9:10am Introduction of Plenary Speaker
Jim Hayes, MD
Board Member, NAMI-National
9:10am – 10:10am Early Intervention in Serious Mental Illness: Research Advances and Clinical Opportunities
Plenary Speaker – Robert Heinssen, PhD, ABPP
Director, Division of Services and Intervention Research

National Institutes of Mental Health
Clinical Track Breakout Sessions
Session 4
10:15am – 11:15am
Quantitative Electroencephalographic Implications and Neurobiological Substrates Related to Psychopathic Personality Disorder
Presenters: Kris Williams, BS, MS
104-A
Research Ethics as it Applies to Mental Health & Mental Illness
Presenter: Jim Hayes, MD
Board Member, NAMI-National
102-B
Community Track Breakout Sessions
Session 4
10:15am – 11:15am
Family Recovery and Co-Occurring Disorders: An Overview
Presenter: Richard L. Jones, MA, MBA, LCAS
104-B
Saving SC Youth from Substance Abuse
Presenters: Martine Helou
103
The Unthinkable: Mental Illness Comes Home
Presenter: Heather Windsor
102-A
Plenary Session – Room 202 ABC
11:25am – 11:35am Introduction of Keynote Speaker
Lillian Brock-Flemming
Greenville City Council, District 2
11:35am – 12:35pm Mental Health, Recovery & Addiction: The Real Story
Plenary Speaker – Antwone Fisher
Best Selling Author & Screenwriter
Keynote Speaker & Luncheon – Room 202 ABC
12:35pm – 12:40pm Welcome & Introduction
Michael C. Riordan
CO-CEO, Prisma Health
12:40pm – 1:40pm How Good Intent Contributes to Bad Outcomes: How Do We Fix It! 
Keynote Speaker: Drew Pinsky, MD
Board Certified in Internal Medicine & Board Certified in Addiction Medicine
1:40pm – 2:40pm Awards & Recognitions
Karen Cooke, LISW-CP
Rich L. Jones, MA, MBA, LCAS
Karen Lommel, DO, MHA, MS
2:40pm – 3:00pm Closing Remarks
Karen Lommel, DO, MHA, MS
Prisma Health Behavioral Health Chief Medical Officer
Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Rich Jones, MA, MBA, LCAS
Program Chair
Executive Director, FAVOR
3:00pm Adjourn
Health Sciences Center Partners