Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar XVIII
The State of Mental Health Recovery: Research, Training, and Practice
September 8-9, 2014
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health invites you to attend the Robert Lee Sutherland Seminar XVIII: The State of Mental Health Recovery: Research, Training, and Practice. SAMHSA defines mental health recovery as, "a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential." Mental health recovery has been identified as the most important aim of behavioral health services and is set to transform current standards of practice. This fall, come find out about the future of mental health care training and upcoming funding opportunities offered by the foundation to advance mental health recovery in Texas!
"Recovery should not be mistaken for a passing fad. Indeed, its roots stretch to the birth of psychiatry in the 18th century. As its reintroduction is intended to bring about a fundamental transformation of behavioral health care—in the phrase of the 2005 Federal Action Agenda, "a revolution in care"—recovery also should not become simply a new word to be used in describing current practices." - SAMHSA website
This day-and-a-half event aims to increase participants' awareness and knowledge of the concept of mental health recovery, and to educate participants about the state of mental health recovery research, training, and practice.
Read about our plenary speakers.
Who should attend?
- Certified Peer Specialists who are interested in educating mental health professionals and other peers about recovery-oriented care and/or participating as co-investigators in recovery-oriented research.
- Mental health care providers, educators, and students in the fields of peer support, psychiatric nursing, psychiatry, psychology, and social work who are not familiar with recovery-oriented care or would like to increase their knowledge about recovery-oriented care.
- Primary care providers working in integrated health care settings who are not familiar with recovery-oriented care.
- Researchers who have an interest conducting studies related to mental health recovery and/or are interested in including individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions as co-investigators in their projects.
We have added additional rooms to our conference block. If you called previously and were told that there were no longer rooms available at the conference rate, please check back with the hotel. Thank you.
September 8 - September 9, 2014
September 8: Full day of programming
September 9: Programming will conclude by 1:30pm
Registration is now open. As an educational event provided by the Hogg Foundation, there will be no cost for registration. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on both days of the conference.
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About the Robert Lee Sutherland Seminars
This conference is the 18th in a series of biennial seminars hosted by the Hogg Foundation in honor of its first executive director, Robert Lee Sutherland. Dr. Robert Lee Sutherland, first director of the Hogg Foundation, brought people and ideas together for 30 years to promote innovation and collaboration for mental health initiatives in Texas. These seminars honor Sutherland and continue his legacy of convening stakeholders to discuss critical issues in mental health. The Hogg Foundation has convened these seminars biennially since 1978.
- Previous Robert Lee Sutherland seminars