October 4–7, 2012 - American Psychiatric Association

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October 4–7, 2012 - American Psychiatric Association

Travel InformationCall MacNair Travel Management to make your travel arrangements: 1-877-650-4266 (toll free)in the U.S. or Canada. For residents of Virginia, Maryland, or the District of Columbia,or outside the U.S. or Canada, please call 202-496-9307.Email requests can be sent to apa@macnairtravel.com.Be sure to identify yourself as an APA Institute on Psychiatric Services or APA IPS attendee.Group Sales DepartmentMEETING FARE DISCOUNTINFORMATION FOR PASSENGERYou may present this information to the Amtrak Ticket Agent or your Travel Agentto assist them in providing you with this discount.Fare Code Number: X28J-942Valid For Travel: October 01, 2012October 10, 2012The 2012 Institute on Psychiatric ServicesAmtrak offers a 10% discount off the lowest available rail fare to New York, NY between the above dates.Includes travel up to three days prior to the meeting start date and three days following the last day of the meeting.To book your reservation call Amtrak at 1 (800) 872-7245 or contact your local travel agent. Please refer to ConventionFare Code X28J-942 when making your reservation a 10% discount has been approved. Meetings cannot be bookedvia Internet. This offer is not valid on the Auto Train and Acela service. Offer valid with Sleepers, Business Class orFirst Class seats with payment of the full applicable accommodation charges. Fare is valid on Amtrak Regionalall departures seven days a week, except for holiday blackouts.If you have any questions or need any further assistance, please feel freeto contact us at 1-800-USA-1GRP (1-800-872-1477)Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time.© Felix Candelaria | nycgo.comPreliminary Program5IPS 2012


Registration Form64th Institute on Psychiatric ServicesAPA’s Leading Educational Conference on Public, Community, and Clinical PsychiatryRegistration DeadlinesEarly Bird: July 27, 2012 • Advance: September 14, 2012 • On Site: October 7, 2012Registrant Information (address may be published)First Name APA Member #Last NameDegreeAddressAddressCity State ZipCountry (if outside U.S.) Email*Day PhoneFax*mandatory for confirmationSpouse/Significant Other registrationFirst NameLast NameNPI Number First-time attendee? Yes NoPlease Identify Your Discipline(s)Physician (please specify type): Psychiatrist Primary Care Other SpecialistNurse (please specify type): Psychiatric Nurse Primary Care Nurse Nurse with Rx privilegesPsychologist Social Worker Other BH professional Consumer/AdvocateResident – Year of graduation from residencyOther (please specify):Number of years in practice: Still in training NAWhat are YOur WOrk settings? (Please estimate % of time in each area and check all relevant types of settings)% Community-based outpatient: MH A&D Primary Care Integrated BH-PC% Private Practice outpatient: Group Solo% Residential facility: MH A&D DD Other% Inpatient facility: State Hosp. VA/Military/Fed University Community/PrivateSpecial ServicesIf you are disabled or require special services, please indicate your needs or requirements here:Please complete the Registration Form on the next page.Preliminary Program7IPS 2012


Registration FormMeeting Registration Fees (Registration fee includes admission to over 100 scientific sessions, the exhibit hall and snack breaks.)APA MembersEarly Bird6/4–7/27Advance7/28–9/14Onsite9/15–10/7Full-Time $265 $320 $390Member-in-Training $75 $90 $105Daily Registrant $165 $190 $235Daily Registrant – Sunday Only $80 $95 $120Program Presenter Full-Time $200 $200 $270Program Presenter Daily $100 $100 $135Program Presenter – Sunday Only $50 $50 $70Medical Student $0 $0 $0APA Honorary Fellow (Does not include APA Fellows, Distinguished Fellows, Distinguished LifeFellows, or Life Fellows.)FeeExemptFeeExemptFeeExemptNonmembersEarly Bird6/4–7/27Advance7/28–9/14Onsite9/15–10/7Full-Time $435 $490 $550Resident (Verification required.) $105 $135 $165Advocacy Group Members, Mental Health Chaplain Social Workers, Non-MedicalStudents, Nurses, Physician Assistants, Psychiatric Residents or Public Agency ClinicalStaff (Masters Level or Less (Proper credentials, such as a copy of your valid student I.D. card or$105 $135 $165letter from the agency, stating your role or a copy of your certification must be submitted with yourregistration form or with 7 days of your online registration.)Daily Registrant $260 $295 $335Daily Registrant – Sunday Only $130 $150 $170Program Presenter Full-Time $200 $200 $270Program Presenter Daily $100 $100 $135Program Presenter – Sunday Only $50 $50 $70Medical Student (Proper identification, such as a copy of your valid medical student I.D. card orletter from an instructor must be submitted with your registration form or within 7 days of your$0 $0 $0online registration.)Spouse/Significant Other: (This category is only for a spouse/significant other who is not an APAmember and who resides at the same address as the main registrant.)$260 $295 $335pAYMent Information(complete or circle appropriate category) Full Registration DailyRegistrant Registration $ $ Thurs Fri Sat SunSpouse/Significant Other Registration $ $ Thurs Fri Sat SunProgram Presenter Registration $ $ Thurs Fri Sat SunHonorary Fellow $0Medical Student $0District Branch Executive Staff $0Check if you plan to attend one of these complimentary courses. Space is limited.Buprenorphine Training CourseTreating the Homeless Mentally Ill CourseTotal Payment $IPS 20128I authorize charge of total paymentSignatureCredit Card Number(American Express, Mastercard or VISA only)Preliminary ProgramExp. Date


Schedule At-A-Glance7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. General RegistrationThursday, October 4, 20128:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Educational Sessions and Posters12 noon–1:30 p.m. Opening Session & Awards Ceremony, featuring APA President,Dilip V. Jeste, M.D., and Keynote Speaker, Elyn R. Saks, J.D.1:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. CME Certificate of Attendance Booth Open1:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours with Reception and Prize Drawings7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. General RegistrationFriday, October 5, 20128:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m. Health Services Research Breakfast – open to all attendees8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Educational Sessions and Posters8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. CME Certificate of Attendance Booth Open10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours with Continental Breakfast, Snacks and Prize Drawings2:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours with Snacks, Prize Drawings and Afternoon Reception7:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m. American Association of Community PsychiatristsReception for all attendees – Fountain House, 425 West 47th Street7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. General RegistrationSaturday, October 6, 20128:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Educational Sessions and Posters8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. CME Certificate of Attendance Booth Open10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Hours with Continental Breakfast, Snacks and Prize Drawings7:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m. General Registration8:00 a.m.–12 noon Educational SessionsSunday, October 7, 20128:00 a.m.–12 noon Certificate of Attendance Booth OpenInstitute on Psychiatric ServicesAmerican Psychiatric AssociationMission StatementThe mission of the Institute on Psychiatric Services is to train and supportpsychiatrists and other mental health professionals to provide quality care andleadership through the study of an array of clinical innovations and servicesnecessary to meet the needs of individuals who suffer from mental illness, substanceabuse, or other assaults to their mental health due to trauma or adverse socialcircumstances, in order to assure optimal care and hope of recovery.Preliminary Program9IPS 2012


Opening Session Awards CeremonyANDThursday, October 4, 201212 noon–1:30 p.m.New York Ballroom West, Third FloorYou’re invited to attend the Opening Session & Awards Ceremony, which will feature thepresentation of the Public Psychiatry Fellows, Psychiatric Services, andFrank J. Menolascino Awards, along with opening remarks given byAPA President, Dilip V. Jeste, M.D.The keynote speaker will be Elyn Saks, J.D., Ph.D.Elyn Saks, J.D., Ph.D., is a legal scholar and mental health-policy advocate whose work andlife story are expanding the options for those suffering from severe mental illness. Trained atOxford in philosophy, at Yale in jurisprudence and psychoanalytic science at the New Centerfor Psychoanalysis, Saks is recognized by the mental health profession and by legal scholarsalike as an important contributor to national debates on mental health policy.Dr. Saks has played a major role in contemporary discussions of mental health law, patients’rights, and multiple-personality disorder, including such issues as involuntary commitment,competency to be executed, proxy consent, and the right to refuse treatment. Her contributions and commitmentto mental health law took on a personal dimension with the publication of her 2007 memoir, The Center CannotHold: My Journey Through Madness. In this memoir, Saks made public for the first time her lifelong strugglewith schizophrenia, including severe episodes of psychosis, as well as experiences with misguided or harmfultreatments. Remarkably, she has been able to overcome this usually debilitating illness, bringing to her work bothexpert and firsthand perspectives.Though Saks achieved professional acclaim as a legal scholar before most friends and colleagues knew of her ownbattle with mental illness, the publication of her memoir has provided additional gravity to her contribution toscholarship, practice, and policy. Currently, Saks is leading a study with a multidisciplinary team of colleagues tounderstand better high-functioning schizophrenics, a largely unexamined area. Her personal biography will givethis study an uncommon depth and richness and further extend her impact on mental health law and disabilityrights policy.Dr. Saks received a B.A. (1977) from Vanderbilt University, an M.Litt. (1981) from the University of Oxford, aJ.D. (1986) from Yale Law School and a Ph.D. (2010) from the New Center for Psychoanalysis. Her additionalpublications include numerous scholarly articles and the books Interpreting Interpretation: The Limits ofHermeneutic Psychoanalysis (1999) and Refusing Care: Forced Treatment and the Rights of the Mentally Ill (2002).She joined the faculty of the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, in 1989, where she is pastassociate dean for research and the Orrin B. Evans Professor of Law, Psychology, and Psychiatry andBehavioral Sciences.IPS 201210Preliminary Program


Program HighlightsAll are FREE of ChargeThe IPS continues to offer its popular half- and full-day course format. These courses offer intensivesessions, which will provide a new and clinically applicable skill set to attendees. Handouts and certificates ofparticipation/certification will be available for most of these courses.The following half- and full-day courses are scheduled throughout the meeting. Seating capacity is limited to thesize of the room and availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.© Will Steacy | nycgo.comCOURSEThursday, October 4; 8:00 a.m.–12 noonEmergency Psychiatry: A ContemporaryParadigm from Theory to PracticeDirector: Anthony Ng, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Identify clinical andsystem issues in psychiatric emergencies; 2) Highlightclinical skills in the assessment of psychiatric emergencies,including suicidal & homicidal risk assessments, usingpragmatic skills; 3) Assess for acute precipitants of psychiatricemergencies; 4) Identify strategies and some practicalclinical management; 5) Identify challenges encountered inemergency psychiatry and strategies to deal with them.IPS 2012Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, questions &answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 120COURSEThursday, October 4; 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Culturally Appropriate Assessment Revealed:The DSM-IV-TR Outline forCultural Foundation Demonstratedwith Videotaped Case VignettesDirector: Russell Lim, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Describe interviewingtechniques to assess the various aspects of cultural identityafter assessing their own and viewing videotaped interviewsusing the DSM-IV-TR Outline for Cultural Formation;2) Describe methods to elicit the cultural explanation ofthe individual illness or explanatory model after a discussionof the different types of explanatory models and viewinga video taped vignette; 3) Describe methods to elicitthe stressors and supports of a patient by using a focuseddevelopment and social history; 4) Discuss and identify12Preliminary Programcontinued


Program HighlightsHALF-ANDFULL-DAY COURSESContinued from page 12ethno cultural transference and countertransference afterdiscussing a journal article and viewing videotaped vignettesof patients and therapists experiencing both phenomenon;5) Describe how to formulate a case with the differentialdiagnosis and how to negotiate a treatment plan with apatient after watching and discussing a videotaped vignetteof a summarizing statement of an interview.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, questions &answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 30COURSEFriday, October 5; 8:00 a.m.–12 noonPrimary Care Updates for PsychiatristsDirector: Lori Raney, M.D.Educational Objectives: TBDFormat: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 35COURSEFriday, October 5; 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.Buprenorphine and Office-BasedTreatment of Opioid DependenceAttendees must stay for the entire course in order to receivecertification.Co-Directors: John Renner, Jr., M.D.,Petros Levounis, M.D., M.A.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Discuss the rationalefor opioid pharmacotherapy for opioid dependence;2) Define buprenorphine induction and maintenance protocols;3) Identify the pharmacological characteristics of opioids;4) Recognize issues related to psychiatric and medicalco morbidity associated with opioid dependence; 5) Set upan office-based buprenorphine practice.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, casepresentationsCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 132COURSEFriday, October 5; 9:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.Impact of Psychiatric Disorderson HIV ManagementDirector: Marshall Forstein, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Understand currentmedical and treatment approaches for the HIV/AIDS patient; 2) Understand the diagnostic and treatmentapproaches to neuropsychiatric and psychiatric symptomsin people with HIV/AIDS; 3) Understand the pathophysiologyof HIV-1-associated neurocognitive impairment anddisorder; 4) Recognize the value of the interdisciplinaryteam in caring for HIV patient; 5) Understand the significanceof mental health complications in promoting adherenceto treatment and risk reduction.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 156COURSEFriday, October 5; 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Finding Your Ideal Job in PsychiatryDirector: Wesley Sowers, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Identify core values andgoals for personal and professional life; 2) Identify resourcesand limitations that will influence the ability to realize thesegoals; 3) Appreciate career opportunities in public servicepsychiatry; 4) Understand key strategies for seeking jobs,evaluating job opportunities, and negotiating a desirable jobcontract.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 36continuedIPS 2012Preliminary Program13


Program HighlightsSeventh ANNuALHeALth Services Research TrackThe APA is pleased to announce the seventh annual Health Services Research Track at IPS. The purpose ofthis track is to highlight the contributions of health services research to the delivery of effective psychiatricservices and sound policy. Through one lecture and two workshops, the HSR track focuses on the importance ofevidence-based knowledge as an essential framework for implementing service programs and policy. In addition,the track includes the Health Services Research breakfast, open to all meeting attendees, as the venue forpresenting the Health Services Senior Scholar and Health Services Early Career Awards. Of particular interest toyoung investigators contemplating a career in Health Services Research, the breakfast provides an opportunity tohear from established, as well as beginning researchers in the field.Thursday, October 4, 20121:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. WorkshopThe NIMH RAISE Initiative: Promoting Recovery in First Episode PsychosisThrough Integrated Mental Health CareChair: Amy Goldstein, Ph.D.Participants: Lisa Dixon, M.D., Delbert Robinson, M.D.Carnegie West, Third FloorFriday, October 5, 20128:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m. Health Services Research BreakfastOpen to all meeting attendeesConference D, Lower Lobby, Executive Conference Center1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. LectureAssisted Outpatient Commitment: The Data and the ControversyLecturer: Marvin Swartz, M.D.Conference B, Lower Lobby, Executive Conference Center3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. WorkshopHealth Homes and Behavioral Health Managed Care: New Approachesto Care Coordination for Seriously Mentally Ill IndividualsChair: Thomas E. Smith, Ph.D.Participants: Lloyd Sederer, M.D., Andrew Kolodny, M.D., Matthew Ehrlich, M.D.Conference L, Lower Lobby© Joe Cingrana | nycgo.comPreliminary Program15IPS 2012


Program HighlightsINNOVATIve PROgrAMAn Innovative Program features presenters who describe creative, effective and provocativeprograms that have been successful in their facilities. Each presenter is allotted 20 minutesto present a description of his/her work, followed by 10 minutes of discussion. This formatfeatures two or three sessions, grouped together by topic, which are presented in a 90-minuteprogram conducted by a chairperson selected by the Scientific Program Committee.Sunday, October 7, 8:00–9:30 a.m.Wellness and Self-Management1. Supporting Wellness Self-Management and Graduation from Assertive Community TreatmentMolly Finnerty, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to: 1) Characterize reasons fordischarge from ACT teams; 2) Describe barriers and strategies for transitioning ACT clients to lower intensity services;3) Describe the impact of a model adapting Critical Time Intervention to the ACT discharge process.2. Treating Metabolic Syndrome in Patients on Assertive Community Treatment Teams: Preliminary Outcomesfrom an Integrated Care ProjectDavid C. Lindy, M.D., Neil Pessin, Ph.D., Caroline Williams, M.D., MacDara O’Sullivan, L.C.S.W.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to: 1) Understand the diagnosticcriteria and prognostic significance of metabolic syndrome, as well as results of metabolic syndrome treatment studies;2) Understand the relationship between metabolic syndrome and serious mental illness, and its implications for patients onassertive community treatment teams; 3) Appreciate the alarmingly high rates of metabolic syndrome in patients on assertivecommunity treatment (ACT) teams, the issues involved in attempting to treat metabolic syndrome in the ACT patients,and the importance of integrated care in accomplishing this goal.3. Support Recovery by Flexible ACT: A Dutch Version of ACTMichiel Bahler, M.S.C., Rene Keet, M.D., Ph.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to: 1) Understand the theory,implementation and practice of FACT, the Dutch version of Assertive Community Treatment; 2) Describe four or moredifferent activities of the multidisciplinary FACT-team that support recovery; 3) Understand how the digital FACT boardsupports the multidisciplinary FACT team in action.IPS 201218Preliminary Program© Jen Davis | nycgo.com


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM4. Barriers to Mental Health ServiceUse in the Canadian Military: FindingsFrom An Epidemiological SurveyDeniz Fikretoglu, Ph.D.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and Towers50 Years in Midtown: Past, Present, and Futureof Mental Health and the MetropolisChair(s): Mark Opler, Ph.D., M.P.H.1. Recollections of the Midtown Manhattan StudyLewis A. Opler, M.D., Ph.D.2. Urbanicity and Impacts UponSocial Integration in ChinaLawrence H. Yang, Ph.D.3. The Midtown Study Challengeto Public Mental HealthErnest J. Millman, Ph.D., M.P.H.4. The Next 50 Years: Preventive Approachesto Mental Health in the MetropolisMark Opler, Ph.D., M.P.H.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Madison 3, Fifth Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersCross‐Cultural Psychiatry withIndigenous North AmericansChair(s): Lewis Mehl‐Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.1. Traditional North American Indigenous Viewsof Mind and Mental Health: Finding a MeetingPlace Between Culture and PsychiatryLewis Mehl‐Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.2. American Indian Ceremony as Naturalistic TherapyBarbara J. Mainguy, M.A., M.F.A.3. Collaborative Medicine in the 21st CenturyChief Phillip Scott, M.A.4. Interfacing Cultures: Examples of Workwith Indigenous People from Moloka’i,Hawai’i and Pine Ridge, South DakotaMichael Valenti, Psy.D.5. Maka Si Tomni: Lakota AutopoieticHealing Through Sacred RenewalPatric Roberts, D.Min., Sc.D., Chief Eagle Dallas, M.A.6. The Stone Boy Women’s Society:A Culturally‐Based InterventionBecky Chief Eagle, A.A.10:00 AM SESSIONSLECTURESLecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference C, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Changing Face of PsychosisLecturer: David Healy, M.D.Lecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersSuccessful Psychosocial Aging in Schizophrenia isNot an Oxymoron: Role of Behavioral InterventionsLecturer: Dilip Jeste, M.D.Lecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Empire East Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Fifth Cycle of Reform: Integrationor DeinstitutionalizationLecturer: Michael Hogan, Ph.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersThe “Mash‐Up”: Community PsychiatryMeets Consult‐Liaison Psychiatry inCollaborating with Primary CareChair(s): Lori Raney, M.D.Presenter(s): James R. Rundell, M.D.,John S. Kern, M.D.Preliminary Program23THURSDAYIPS 2012


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMTHURSDAY12 NOON SESSIONSOPENING SESSION& AWARDS CEREMONYNew York Ballroom West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersWelcoming Remarks and AnnouncementsDavid A. Pollack, M.D.Chair, Scientific Program CommitteePublic Psychiatry Fellows AwardsPresented by: Dilip Jeste, M.D.APA PresidentFrank J. Menolascino AwardPresented by: TBDPsychiatric Services Achievement AwardsPresented by: TBDChair, 2012 Psychiatric Services Awards CommitteeIntroduction of Keynote SpeakerDilip Jeste, M.D.APA PresidentKeynote SpeakerElyn Saks, J.D., Ph.D.Formal Opening: Ringing of the Instituteon Psychiatric Services BellDilip Jeste, M.D.APA President1:00 PM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and Towersmodels and viewing a videotaped vignette; 3) Describemethods to elicit the stressors and supports of a patientby using a focused development and social history;4) Discuss and identify ethnocultural transference andcountertransference after discussing a journal article andviewing videotaped vignettes of patients and therapistsexperiencing both phenomenon; 5) Describe how toformulate a case with the differential diagnosis andhow to negotiate a treatment plan with a patient afterwatching and discussing a videotaped vignette of asummarizing statement of an interview.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint Presentations, Questions &AnswersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 301:30 PM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersUsing Technology to PromoteConsumer Engagement1. Accessibility of a Computer-Based SharedDecision Making System (MyPSYCKES) forVulnerable PopulationsMolly Finnerty, M.D.2. Impact of Four Types of State Incentives onMedicaid Mental Health Clinic Decision toParticipate in a Large State CQI InitiativeMolly Finnerty, M.D.3. Telepsychiatry: Conducting Direct Patient Interviewsand Performing Mid-Level Provider SupervisionJoel Strauch, M.D.IPS 2012Culturally Appropriate Assessment Revealed:The DSM-IV-TR Outline for Cultural FoundationDemonstrated with Videotaped Case VignettesDirector: Russell Lim, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, theparticipant should be able to: 1) Describe interviewingtechniques to assess the various aspects of culturalidentity after assessing their own and viewing videotapedinterviews using the DSM-IV-TR Outline for CulturalFormation; 2) Describe methods to elicit the culturalexplanation of the individual illness or explanatory modelafter a discussion of the different types of explanatory24Preliminary Program© Joe Buglewicz | nycgo.com


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMLECTURESLecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Empire East Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersMental Health Coverage and Mental HealthCare in State Insurance ExchangesLecturer: Thomas McGuire, Ph.D.Lecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersCMHC-Based Health Homes:A New Care Delivery ModelLecturer: Joseph J. Parks, M.D.Lecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersNew Approaches to Social IntegrationEditors’ Choice Award – Psychiatric ServicesLecturer: Robert Rosenheck, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychodynamic Principles Used WhenPrescribing Medications: Considerations Aboutthe Placebo and other Meaningful EffectsAmerican Academy of Psychoanalysisand Dynamic PsychiatryChair(s): David L. Lopez, M.D.Presenter(s): Eugenio M. Rothe, M.D.,David L. Mintz, M.D., Elizabeth L. Auchincloss, M.D.,Juan Raul Condemarin, M.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCombining PTSD and Substance UseTreatment: Complex Treatment for ComplexProblems or How to Integrate VirtualReality with Other Treatment DisordersChair(s): Kathleen Decker, M.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersMental Health Courts and Diversion Programs:Everything You Need To KnowBut Were Afraid To AskChair(s): Charles Amrhein, Psy.D.Presenter(s): Kim Nessel, M.A.,Virginia Barber‐Rioja, Psy.D., Claudia Montoya, J.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersMadly GiftedChair(s): Nubia G. Lluberes, M.D.Presenter(s): Niberca Polo, M.A.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersOptimizing Care for PTSD, Depression,and Alcohol Use Problems: ClinicalApplications of Measurement-Based CareChair(s): Darrel Regier, M.D., M.P.H.Presenter(s): Farifteh F. Duffy, Ph.D.,Charles Motsinger, M.D., Russell Carr, M.D.THURSDAYIPS 2012Preliminary Program25


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMTHURSDAYWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersDementia Update: Clinical Managementand Research HorizonsAmerican Association for Geriatric PsychiatryChair(s): Blaine Greenwald, M.D.Presenter(s): Paul Kerwin, M.D.,Jeremy Koppel, M.D.,Peter Davies, Ph.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersThe NIMH RAISE Initiative: PromotingRecovery in First Episode Psychosis ThroughIntegrated Mental Health CareChair(s): Amy Goldstein, Ph.D.Presenter(s): Delbert Robinson, M.D., Lisa Dixon, M.D.1:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall OpenMetropolitan Ballroom, Second FloorSheraton New York and Towers2:00 PM SESSIONSSYMPOSIASymposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference C, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersImproving Lives and Lifespans: Opportunities forPsychiatrists Collaborating with Primary CareChair(s): Lori Raney, M.D.1. The Mental Health Integration ProgramJürgen Unützer, M.D., M.P.H.2. Improving Physical Health and Healthcare forPatients Treated in Specialty Mental Health SettingsBenjamin G. Druss, M.D., M.P.H.4. Primary and Behavioral Healthcare Integration(PBHCI) Grantees: Lessons from the FieldKathleen Reynolds, M.S.W.Symposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersSuicide: From Risk Assessment to a Never EventChair(s): Yad M. Jabbarpour, M.D.1. The Ethics of Suicide as a Never EventMichael A. Gillette, Ph.D.2. Suicide Care in Systems Framework:A Report and Recommendations to Save Livesin Clinical Settings and Health SystemsMichael F. Hogan, Ph.D.3. Successful Inpatient Suicide Prevention: Promotinga Culture of Safety in Managing 60,000 Admissions,880,000 Days and 30 Years of Quality PracticeGeetha Jayaram, M.D., M.B.A.Symposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Empire West Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersConflict of Interest Issues in Psychiatry: An UpdateChair(s): Danny J. Carlat, M.D.1. An Update on National Policies Relatingto Medical Conflicts of InterestsDanny J. Carlat, M.D.2. Serving Two Masters: Relationshipswith Industry in Medical EducationPaul Appelbaum, M.D.3. Conflict of Interest – From a Patient’s Point of ViewMaran Woolston, M.A.4. Competing Interests in Clinical Trials in PsychiatryRoy Perlis, M.D.5. Professional SuicideDavid Healy, M.D.IPS 2012263. Transformation of an Organization:Collaborative Care in Rural ColoradoPreliminary ProgramLori Raney, M.D.


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMSymposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Madison 3, Fifth Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychotherapy and PsychosisChair(s): Lewis Mehl‐Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.1. Results of Intensive Dialogical Self-Therapy with People with PsychosisLewis Mehl‐Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.2. Hearing Voices Groups Using NativeAmerican Healing IdeasBarbara J. Mainguy, M.A., M.F.A.3. Indigenous (Native American) Approachesto Managing PsychosisChief Eagle Dallas, M.A.,Lewis Mehl‐Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.3:30 PM SESSIONSDISCUSSION GROUPSDiscussion Group3:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPublic/Community PsychiatryFellowship DirectorsChair(s): Jules Ranz, M.D.Prospective fellowship applicants are invited toattend the entire meeting. The last hour will bedevoted to providing applicants with the opportunityto meet with individual program directors.INNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersNew Roles for Creative Arts Therapies1. Recoding for RecoveryDavid Ramsey, M.D.2. Therapeutic Applications of the Origami andthe Creative Arts in the Treatment of DisasterRelief, Trauma and Severe Mental IllnessTanya Azarani, M.D.3. Cultivating the Language of RecoveryThrough the Creative Arts TherapiesJoseph Merlino, M.D.Innovative Program3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersInnovations in Forensic Mental Health1. Forensic Emergency Psychiatric Evaluation– Challenges in Providing Equitable Carefor Inmate/Patients: An Interdisciplinaryand Inter-Agency ApproachKathryn Maloy, M.D.2. Involuntary Commitment for Grave SubstanceUse Disorders: The Chronic Public InebriateInitiative at Bellevue Hospital CenterStephen Ross, M.D.3. Are We Doing Enough to Protect? Assessmentof At-Risk Caregiving Attitudes and ParentingBehavior Among Parents with Mental IllnessManisha Punwani, M.D.LECTURESLecture3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersTaking Strengths SeriouslyLecturer: Mark Ragins, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPlaying with Yourself and Others: A Reviewof Internet-Related Behavioral AddictionsChair(s): Yener A. Balan, M.D., Noam Fast, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersACOs Now and in the FutureChair(s): Daniel Y. Patterson, M.D., M.P.H.,Anita Everett, M.D.Preliminary Program27THURSDAYIPS 2012


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMTHURSDAYWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Whole Package: PsychosocialRehabilitation and Integrated Care withthe International Clubhouse ModelChair(s): Patrick S. Runnels, M.D.Presenter(s): Lori D’Angelo, Ph.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and Towers5:00 PM SESSIONSSPECIAL SESSIONSPanel Discussion5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m.Empire East Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and Towers50-Year Anniversary of the CommunityMental Health CenterChair(s): Joel Feiner, M.D.,Matthew Dumont, M.D.,Leonard Stein, M.D.Integration of Primary Care and Preventive Servicesin Assertive Community Treatment TeamsChair(s): Nancy Williams, M.D.,Erik R. Vanderlip, M.D.IPS 2012© Dominick Totino | nycgo.com28Preliminary Program


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM8:00 AM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse8:00 a.m.–12 noonConference C, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPrimary Care Updates for PsychiatristsDirector: Lori Raney M.D.Educational Objectives: TBDFormat: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, casepresentationsCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 35Course8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.Empire East Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersBuprenorphine and Office-BasedTreatment of Opioid DependenceDirector: John Renner, Jr., M.D.,Petros Levounis, M.D., M.A.,Laura McNicholas, M.D., Ph.D.Attendees must attend the entire coursein order to receive certification.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Discuss the rationalefor opioid pharmacotherapy for opioid dependence;2) Define buprenorphine induction and maintenanceprotocols; 3) Identify the pharmacological characteristicsof opioids; 4) Recognize issues related to psychiatric andmedical comorbidity associated with opioid dependence;5) Set up an office-based buprenorphine practice.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, casepresentationsCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 132LECTURESLecture8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersMotivational Interviewing as Practical, Teachable andQuantifiable Method to Build Core Competenciesin Recovery-Oriented Mental Health CareLecturer: Michael Flaum, M.D.Friday, OcTOber 5, 2012WORKSHOPSWorkshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersStabilizing Kinship Care Families: Services andCommunity Supports to Promote WellnessChair(s): Deborah Langosch, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.Presenter(s): John Watkins, M.A.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersRecovery Oriented Practices inEmergency PsychiatryAmerican Association for Emergency PsychiatryChair(s): John S. Rozel, M.D., Seth Powsner, M.D.Presenter(s): Anthony T. Ng, M.D.,Jon S. Berlin, M.D., Margaret Balfour, M.D., Ph.D.,Scott L. Zeller, M.D., Garland Holloman, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Myth of Mental Health Criminalization:Refocusing Reentry TreatmentChair(s): Merrill Rotter, M.D.Presenter(s): Katya Frischer, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Making of a Community Psychiatrist:A Training Track for ResidentsChair(s): Paul Rosenfield, M.D.Presenter(s): Prameet Singh, M.D.,Adrienne D. Mishkin, M.D., M.P.H., Abha Gupta, D.O.,Travis Kipping, M.D., Hunter L. McQuistion, M.D.Preliminary Program29FRIDAYIPS 2012


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMFRIDAYIPS 201230Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersSpirituality and Psychiatry: What Role DoesSpirituality Have in Mental Health?APA/SAMHSA Minority FellowsChair(s): Sarah A. Bougary, M.D.,Kimberly A. Gordon, M.D.Presenter(s): Candace Fraser, D.O.,Muruga Anand Loganathan, M.D.,Ingrid K. Gindin, M.D., M.P.H.,Sarah A. Bougary, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersUnderstanding Burnout and Protecting OurselvesChair(s): Mark Ragins, M.D.8:30 AM SESSIONSDISCUSSION GROUPSDiscussion Group8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersAre Social Media Networks a Boonor a Curse to Psychiatry?Chair(s): Nithin Krishna, M.D.SYMPOSIASymposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersTrauma Informed Care and ConfrontingOrganizational Racism: An Integrated Approach toSystems Change for Consumers and ProvidersChair(s): Paula G. Panzer, M.D.1. Trauma Informed Care: CoreComponents and Stories of ChangePaula G. Panzer, M.D.2. Organizational Process of Change TowardBecoming an Anti‐Racist OrganizationPreliminary ProgramJoan Adams, L.C.S.W.3. Racial Oppression and the InvisibleWounds of TraumaKenneth Hardy, Ph.D.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersRecovery from Trauma: A Model forIntegration of Individual and FamilyTherapy in Serious Mental IllnessChair(s): Marissa F. Miyazaki, M.D.,Madeleine Abrams, L.C.S.W.1. Historical Overview of Individual andFamily TherapyKristina H. Muenzenmaier, M.D.2. Barriers to Integration of Individualand Family TherapyKristina H. Muenzenmaier, M.D.3. Importance of Integration ofIndividual and Family TherapyTanya V. Azarani, M.D.4. Family Model for Treating TraumaMadeleine Abrams, L.C.S.W.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCollaborating with Faith‐BasedOrganizations to Reduce Racial Disparitiesin Mental Health TreatmentChair(s): Sidney H. Hankerson, M.D., M.B.A.,Ezra E. Griffith, M.D.1. Engaging Depressed African American Youthand Families Via the Black Faith Community:Lessons from the AAKOMA ProjectAlfiee Breland‐Noble, Ph.D., M.H.S.C.2. Bridging Faith and Health: Lessons Learned from aFamily and Faith‐Centered HIV Prevention ProgramChisina T. Kapungu, Ph.D., Donna Baptiste, Ph.D.,Sally Berko, R.N., B.S.N., Penny Willis, M.Div.


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM9:00 AM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.Empire West Ballroom, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersEssential PsychopharmacologyDirector: Alan Schatzberg, M.D.There is a $335.00 advance fee and a $365.00 on-sitefee charged for this course. This fee includes the textbook,Manual of Psychopharmacology, Seventh Edition. You mayregister for this course on-line at www.psychiatry.org/IPS.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, theparticipant should be able to: 1) Demonstrate knowledgeof treatment for: Depressive Disorders, Bipolar Disordersand Schizophrenia and Child Psychopharmacology &Special Issues associated with Disorders in Women.Format: Lecture, small group discussionCourse Level: Intermediate; Seats Available: 120Course9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.New York Ballroom West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersImpact of Psychiatric Disorders on HIV ManagementDirector: Marshall Forstein, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Understand currentmedical and treatment approaches for the HIV/AIDSpatient; 2) Understand the diagnostic and treatmentapproaches to neuropsychiatric and psychiatricsymptoms in people with HIV/AIDS; 3) Understand thepathophysiology of HIV-1-associated neurocognitiveimpairment and disorder; 4) Recognize the value ofthe interdisciplinary team in caring for HIV patient;5) Understand the significance of mental healthcomplications in promoting adherence to treatment andrisk reduction.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 156FRIDAY10:00 AM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychosocial Issues in Recovery Oriented Practice1. Psychosocial Approaches toManaging Bipolar DisorderLewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D.2. An Integrative/Functional Approach to Psychiatryand Sexual Health: A Model for Improving Recoveryand Easing Social and Community Re-IntegrationBarbara Bartlik, M.D.3. Translating Attachment Research intoPrevention of Older Adult SuicidesSheila Lobo Prabhu, M.D.IPS 2012© Jenny Rotner | nycgo.comPreliminary Program31


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMLECTURESLecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPrevention of Schizophrenia ThroughEarly Intervention: Feasible or FantasyLecturer: Jeffrey Lieberman, M.D.Lecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersHumanizing Our Patients:The Key to the True ProfessionalismAPA/SAMHSA Minority FellowsChair(s): Deina Nemiary, M.D., M.P.H.,Kimberly Gordon, M.D.Presenter(s): Andrea M. Brownridge, M.D., J.D.,Ebony Gaffney, M.D., M.B.A.FRIDAYIPS 201232Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersInequality: The Enemy Between Us?Lecturer: Richard WilkinsonLecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersNon-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) andIntegrated Care: ContemporaryAmerican & Global ChallengesLecturer: Eliot Sorel, M.D.Lecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersIntegrated Care: From Research to PracticeLecturer: Jürgen Unützer, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersLoneliness and Suicide: A Family‐SpecificApproach Using Security‐BasedSelf‐RepresentationsChair(s): Asghar‐Ali A. Ali, M.D.,Sheila M. Lobo Prabhu, M.D.Presenter(s): Theron C. Bowers, M.D.Preliminary ProgramWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersArresting Patients: Is Prosecution a Justifiable (andJust) Response to Inpatient Psychiatric Violence?Chair(s): Elizabeth B. Ford, M.D.Presenter(s): Merrill Rotter, M.D.,Daniel S. Mundy, M.D.,Paul S. Appelbaum, M.D.10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall OpenMetropolitan Ballroom, Second FloorSheraton New York and Towers1:00 PM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersFinding Your Ideal Job in PsychiatryDirector: Wesley Sowers, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Identify core valuesand goals for personal and professional life; 2) Identifyresources and limitations that will influence the abilityto realize these goals; 3) Appreciate career opportunitiesin public service psychiatry; 4) Understand key strategiesfor seeking jobs, evaluating job opportunities, andnegotiating a desirable job contract.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 36


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM1:30 PM SESSIONSDISCUSSION GROUPSDiscussion Group1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersCareers in Public/Community PsychiatryChair(s): Stephanie LeMelle, M.D.INNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychiatric Training and Recovery Practice1. Public-Philanthropic Partnerships – TheConnecticut Mental Health Center ExperienceMichael Sernyak, M.D.2. Advancing Recovery in Psychiatric Education:The Project GREAT ExperienceAnthony Ahmed, M.D.3. Is There a Role for GME in HealthcareTransformation? Building and Financing a ResidencyProgram Within a Public/Private VentureKathleen Crapanzano, M.D.Innovative Program1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPractice Models for Primary Care/Mental Health Integration1. Engineering a New Practice Model: RealWorld Experience Integrating Primary Careat a Community Mental Health CenterPatrick Runnels, M.D.2. Building Primary Care in aCommunity Mental Health CenterMarie Hobart, M.D.LECTURESLECTURE1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersAssisted Outpatient Commitment:The Data and the ControversySenior Scholar Health Services Research Award LectureLecturer: Marvin Swartz, M.D.Lecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference C, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersFRIDAYTrustin’ Wise Ole’ Owls: Racial Stress,Coping, & Socialization in Black FamiliesLecturer: Howard Stevenson, Ph.D.Lecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCognitive Behavior Therapy forPersonality DisordersLecturer: Judith Beck, Ph.D.Lecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersSex Offenders: Legal Responsesto a Policy DilemmaLecturer: Paul Appelbaum, M.D.© Mario Savoia | Dreamstime.com Preliminary Program33IPS 2012


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMFRIDAYLecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPreparing for the New HealthcareEcosystem: Integrating Behavioral& Physical HealthLecturer: Linda Rosenberg, M.S.W.WORKSHOPSWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersElectronic Health Records: WhatPsychiatrists Need to KnowAPA Committee on Electronic Health RecordsChair(s): Robert M. Plovnick, M.D., M.S.Presenter(s): Daniel J. Balog, M.D.,Lori Simon, M.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersHow to Treat Sleep Disorders inPatients with AddictionChair(s): Abigail J. Herron, D.O.,Colette Haward, M.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersBullying: Relationships Between Sexual Orientation,Addiction, and the Legal System in American YouthChair(s): Jose Vito, M.D.Presenter(s): Daniel Medeiros, M.D.2:00 PM SESSIONSSYMPOSIASymposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPrevention & Wellness in Behavioral Health Care:From Research to Standards to CommunityChair(s): Yad M. Jabbarpour, M.D.1. A New Era in Prevention:Challenges and OpportunitiesFrances M. Harding, M.D.2. SAMHSA Priority Initiative:The Standards Development ProcessMary Cesare-Murphy, Ph.D.3. Prevention and Wellness from the IOM Perspective:Findings from the 2009 Prevention ReportWilliam R. Beardslee, M.D.Symposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersA Primer on the Social Determinantsof Mental HealthChair(s): Michael T. Compton, M.D., M.P.H.1. Overview of Social Determinants of Mental HealthRuth S. Shim, M.D., M.P.H.2. Adverse Early Life Experiences as SocialDeterminants of Mental HealthCarol R. Koplan, M.D.3. Economic Social Determinants of Mental Health:Employment Insecurity, Poverty, and InequalityMarc W. Manseau, M.D., M.P.H.4. A Primer on the Social Determinantsof Mental HealthChristopher J. Oleskey, M.D., M.P.H.IPS 201234Preliminary Program5. Poor Access to Care as a SocialDeterminant of Mental IllnessFrederick J. P. Langheim, M.D., Ph.D.2:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall OpenMetropolitan Ballroom, Second FloorSheraton New York and Towers


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM3:30 PM SESSIONSLECTURESLecture3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersRecovery Oriented Prescribing: Increasing theEffectiveness of Psychiatric MedicationsLecturer: Ronald Diamond, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Effect of Migration to United Stateson the Incidence of Substance UseAPA/SAMHSA Minority FellowsChair(s): Nicole S. del Castillo, M.D.,Carissa Caban‐Aleman, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference C, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersDeveloping Training with a Racial Lens:Self‐Assessment Tool and GuidelinesChair(s): Paula G. Panzer, M.D., Kenneth Hardy, Ph.D.Presenter(s): Caroline Peacock, M.S.W.,Richard J. Gersh, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersRecovery Based HIPAAChair(s): Mark Ragins, M.D., Anthony Carino, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersWhen Your Best Collateral is the DailyNews: Treating High Profile Patientsin the Criminal Justice SystemChairs(s): Gareen Hamalian, M.D., M.P.H.,Michael Champion, M.D., Elizabeth Ford, M.D.Presenter(s): Henry C. Weinstein, M.D.FRIDAYWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersReintegration Challenges for Returning Veteransand the Value of Military Cultural ResponsivenessAmong Civilian Community ProvidersChair(s): Adriana Rodriguez, L.C.S.W.Presenter(s): Rebecca Wynn, M.S.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersMaking Space for Courageous Conversations aboutRace and Culture in Human Service OrganizationsChair(s): Joan Adams, L.C.S.W.Presenter(s): Shirley de Peña, L.C.S.W.IPS 2012© Claytion Cotterell | nycgo.com Preliminary Program35


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersBehavioral Health Care and the NYC ChildWelfare System: An Antiracist HistoricalAnalysis of a Critical RelationshipChair(s): Jordan Margolis, L.C.S.W.,Jonathan McLean, M.S.W.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersHealth Homes and Behavioral Health ManagedCare: New Approaches to Care Coordinationfor Seriously Mentally Ill IndividualsChair(s): Thomas E. Smith, M.D.Presenter(s): Lloyd Sederer, M.D.,Andrew Kolodny, M.D.,Matthew Erlich, M.D.FRIDAYConference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCross‐System Service Delivery forMulti‐Challenged Families: An IntegratedApproach to Preventive Service DeliveryChair(s): Mary Dino, L.C.S.W.Presenter(s): Naomi Weinstein, M.P.H.© Julienne Schaer | nycgo.comIPS 201236Preliminary Program


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM8:00 AM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychosomatic Treatment Innovations1. Proactive Management of Psychiatric and PhysicalConditions During Internal Medicine HospitalizationsWilliam Sledge, M.D.2. Somatic Psychotherapy: Combining Osteopathyand Guided Imagery/Psychotherapy to IncreaseEffectiveness in Pain ManagementLewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D.COURSESCourse8:00 a.m.–12 noonConference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersGeriatric Psychiatry: Update and ReviewDirector: Carl Cohen, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Understand howto appropriately assess and treat delirium, dementia,mood disorders, and psychosis in older adults; 2) Identifypotential points for intervention in the geriatric servicesystem; 3) Identify appropriate community resources forolder adults with mental illness.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 60Saturday, OcTOber 6, 2012Course8:00 a.m.–12 noonEmpire East Ballroom, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersIntegrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care:Practical Skills for the Consultant PsychiatristDirector: Lori Raney, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, theparticipant should be able to: 1) Describe the unmet needfor mental health services in primary care; 2) Identifythe major components of the IMPACT model of care;3) Identify the basic skill set necessary for the primarycare psychiatrist; 4) Understand how this model can bescaled to meet the needs of health care reform.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 132WORKSHOPSWorkshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPartners in Education: Development of anInnovative Case-Based Workshop foran Interprofessional AudienceChair(s): Diana Kljenak, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersIntegration of Primary Care and Psychiatryin a Public Psychiatry FellowshipChair(s): Marisa A. Giggie, M.D., M.P.A.Presenter(s): Michael D. Williams, D.O.,Thaddeus P. Ulzen, M.D.SATURDAYIPS 2012Preliminary Program37


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMWorkshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersIntellectual Disability and Mental Illness:Developing Clinicians, Effective Treatments,Programs and Systems of CareChair(s): Ann K. Morrison, M.D.Presenter(s): Allison E. Cowan, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPopulation Health Initiatives to Improve theQuality of Mental Health Care in North CarolinaChair(s): Robin Reed, M.D.Presenter(s): Tiona Guess Praylow, M.D.,Thomas Pillion, M.D.3. Ideas and Issues: The EarlyOrganization of a Suboxone GroupM. Louisa Barnhart, M.D.4. Suboxone Maintenance Treatment in a Group FormatRob McCarley, M.D.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersChanging the World: Trauma‐InformedIntegrated Systems Transformation forMulti‐Occurring Disabilities in IowaAmerican Association of Community PsychiatristsChair(s): Kenneth Minkoff, M.D.1. Comprehensive Continuous IntegratedSystem of Care for Multi‐occurring Conditions:Description of the FrameworkKenneth Minkoff, M.D.SATURDAYIPS 2012Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersImplementing Evidence‐Based Practice in theReal World: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy atan Urban Community Mental Health CenterChair(s): Andrew W. Hunt, M.D.,Patrick S. Runnels, M.D.Presenter(s): Angel Chapin, M.S.W.8:30 AM SESSIONSSYMPOSIASymposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersPrescribing Buprenorphine in GroupsChair(s): Benjamin Crocker, M.D.1. Suboxone Maintenance Therapyfor Opioid DependenceCurtis N. Adams, Jr., M.D.2. Medication Groups for BuprenorphineDavid A. Moltz, M.D.2. Implementing Systems Change on the Groundat the State and Local Community LevelsMichael Flaum, M.D.3. Becoming Trauma‐Informed: Anticipating Barriersto Implementation in the Assessment ProcessMaria A. Morcuende, M.D.4. CCISC: Real World Application andImplementation StrategiesChristie A. Cline, M.D., M.B.A.Symposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCo-Creation of Meaning: Consumer andFamily as Educator of Psychiatry Residents toPromote Recovery and Enhance TrainingChair(s): Jeffrey Kerner, M.D.,Madeleine Abrams, L.C.S.W.1. TBDJoseph Battaglia, M.D.2. TBDMarissa F Miyazaki, M.D.3. TBDChristie A. Cline, M.D., M.B.A.38Preliminary Program


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMSymposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersUrban PsychiatryChair(s): Joséphine M. A. Caubel, M.D.,Wilco Tuinebreijer, M.D.1. Crowded Cities, Crowded Minds. UrbanMental Health and its PoliticsWilco Tuinebreijer, M.D.2. Under the Bridges of ParisJoséphine M. A. Caubel, M.D.9:00 AM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.New York Ballroom West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPsychopharmacology for Primary CareProviders and Other Non-PsychiatristsDirector: Ronald Diamond, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Assess the need formedication and understand the balance between benefitand risk; 2) Understand the major classes of psychotropicmedication, including antipsychotics, antidepressants,mood stabilizers and sedative hypnotics; 3) Recognizehow medications work and how the mechanism of actioninfluences both efficacy and side effects.Format: Lecture, PowerPoint presentations, discussion,questions & answersCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 15610:00 AM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPrimary Care Mental Health Integration1. How to Successfully Embed Mental Health Services inPrimary Care Settings: Lessons from a Working ModelOrit Avni-Barron, M.D.2. Collaborative Approach to Mental HealthCare Delivery – The Toronto ExperienceDiana Kljenak, M.D.3. The PEER (Prevention, Education, Evaluation,Rehabilitation) Program at St. Lukes-RooseveltHunter McQuistion, M.D.LECTURESLecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersComparative Effectiveness of Collaborative ChronicCare Models for Mental Health Conditions AcrossPrimary, Specialty and Behavioral Health CareSettings: Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisAmerican Journal of Psychiatry’s Editors’ Choice AwardLecturer: Mark Bauer, M.D.Lecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersSATURDAYMental Diversity: 13 Practical Innovations to ImproveRecovery Outcomes for Schizophrenia and BipolarLecturer: Will Hall, M.A., DiplPWIPS 2012© Jenny Rotner | nycgo.comPreliminary Program39


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMSATURDAYIPS 2012WORKSHOPSWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersIt Gets Better: 21st Century Standards of Care,Policy and Advocacy for SexualMinority Adults and YouthChair(s): Kenneth Ashley, M.D., Jen Pula, M.D.Presenter(s): Littal Melnik, M.D., Aron Janssen, M.D.,Stewart L. Adelson, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersWhen Bad Things Happen on Good ACT Teams:Helping Providers and Consumers Cope withAdverse Events on an Urban ACT TeamChair(s): Ann L. Hackman, M.D.Presenter(s): Theodora G. Balis, M.D.10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.Exhibit Hall Open(Last Day)Metropolitan Ballroom, Second FloorSheraton New York and Towers1:00 PM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersClinical Approaches to Working withPeople who are Homeless and have MentalIllnesses: Challenges and RewardsDirector: Stephen Goldfinger, M.D.Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course,the participant should be able to: 1) Demonstrate anunderstanding of the interactions and history of mentalillness, poverty, substance abuse and homelessness;2) Provide social, psychological and structuralinterventions to improve the lives and functioning ofindividuals who are homeless and mentally ill; 3) Identifyfive ways to more successfully help individuals receivehousing and entitlements.Format: Lecture, clinical consultations, interactive paneldiscussionCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 601:30 PM SESSIONSDISCUSSION GROUPSDiscussion Group1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Ethics of Use of Stimulants for CognitiveEnhancement Among College StudentsChair(s): Carolina Vidal, M.D.Discussion Group1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersWorking with “Difficult” Patients: ACase-Based Workshop for Primary CareProviders and Psychiatric TraineesChair(s): Diana Kljenak, M.D.LECTURESLecture1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPoverty as a Factor in Social Crisisand Human DisastersAPA’s Administrative Psychiatry AwardLecturer: Pedro Ruiz, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersHealing Pain with Integrative MedicineChair(s): Sonya Lazarevic, M.D., M.S.W.Presenter(s): Amy M. FitzPatrick, M.S.40Preliminary Program


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersResidents’ Duty Hours Reform:Issues and ControversiesChair(s): Ramaswamy Viswanathan, M.D., D.Sc.Presenter(s): Kenneth M. Certa, M.D.,Lenore Engel, M.D., Ellen Berkowitz, M.D.,Suprit Parida, M.D.Workshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersAsk the Experts – An Insider’s Perspective:A Conversation with Peer Counselors AboutWellness, Recovery and IntegrationChair(s): Joseph P. Merlino, M.D., M.P.A.Presenter(s): Marion Thomas, Matthew Costanzo,Magdalena Maurice, Mark DavisWorkshop1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersIntegrated Care with the DIAMOND Model:Improving Clinical Outcomes, ReducingCosts and Enhancing Patient ExperienceChair(s): Pam Pietruszewski, M.A.Presenter(s): Nancy Jaeckels2:00 PM SESSIONSSYMPOSIASymposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersCultivating Physical Health and Wellness inAdults with Serious Mental IllnessesChair(s): Elizabeth Vreeland, M.S.N.3. Addressing Overweight and Obesity inAdults with Serious Mental IllnessesElizabeth Vreeland, M.S.N., Sally Mravcak, M.D., LAC4. Addressing Tobacco through a Wellness CurriculumJill M. Williams, M.D.5. Addressing Overweight and Obesity in Adultswith Serious Mental Illnesses – Part IIElizabeth Vreeland, M.S.N., Sally Mravcak, M.D. LACSymposium2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Empire West, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersInnovations in Integrated Assessment, ServiceMatching, and Recovery Planning for Individuals withCo‐Occurring Psychiatric and Substance DisordersAmerican Association of Community PsychiatristsChair(s): Kenneth Minkoff, M.D.1. Using ASAM Criteria’s Multidimensional Assessmentto Develop Person‐Centered Recovery PlansDavid Mee‐Lee, M.D.2. Software Assisted Person Centered ServicePlanning: The LOCUS M‐POWER PlannerWesley E. Sowers, M.D.3. Principles of Integrated Assessment and RecoveryPlanning for Individuals with Co‐Occurring DisordersKenneth Minkoff, M.D.3:00 PM SESSIONSDISCUSSION GROUPSDiscussion Group3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Carnegie East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPresident’s Interactive Session withResidents & Early Career PsychiatristsChair(s): Dilip Jeste, M.D.SATURDAY1. Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care:What Can Behavioral Health Organizations Do? – Part 1Michele A. Miller, M.S.N., Shula Minsky, Ed.D.2. Theories and Strategies to Foster Health andWellness in People with Serious Mental IllnessesAnna Marie Toto, Ed.M., Betty Vreeland, APRNPreliminary Program41IPS 2012


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMSATURDAY3:30 PM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersStrategies for Serving Homeless Populations1. From the Streets to Shelter to Housing: A Continuumof Integrated Services for Homeless Mentally Ill PersonsRichard Christensen, M.D.2. Clinical Challenges Implementing Housing FirstAssertive Community Treatment Teams for People whoExperience Homelessness and Mental Illness in CanadaKathleen McGarvey, M.D.3. Innovative Programming to Transition PsychiatricPatients Experiencing Discharge Challenges toCommunity-Based Services in MississippiLydia Weisser, M.D.LECTURESLecture3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersUnmasking Homophobia: DoesComing Out Still Matter?APA’s John Fryer AwardLecturer: Marjorie Hill, Ph.D.Lecture3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersWhen Can and Will the Horrors of PhysicalViolence and Psychological Terrorism BeGreatly Lessened & Even Eliminated?Lecturer: Leah J. Dickstein, M.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and Towers“Telling the Tale”: Using Story‐Telling toFacilitate Education in Psychiatry ClerkshipsChair(s): Kathleen M. Patchan, M.D.Presenter(s): Timothy Chryssikos, Ann L. Hackman, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersAvoiding Psychiatric Inpatient Hospitalizationsvia Emergency and Outpatient AlternativesAmerican Association for Emergency PsychiatryChair(s): Scott L. Zeller, M.D.Presenter(s): Leslie Zun, M.D., Avrim B. Fishkind, M.D.Workshop3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersPhysician Mental HealthChair(s): John S. Martin‐Joy, M.D.Presenter(s): Linda L. M. Worley, M.D.,Mai‐Lan A. Rogoff, M.D., Michael F. Myers, M.D.5:30 PM SESSIONSSPECIAL SESSIONSA Recovery Dialogue5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.Achieving Recovery: A View fromBoth Sides of the CouchNew York Ballroom East, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersChair(s): Keris Myrick, M.B.A., Ph.D.,Timothy Pylko, M.D.IPS 201242Preliminary ProgramOPEN FORUM5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.It’s Time We Talk: A Conversation BetweenPsychiatrists and Primary Care PhysiciansNew York Ballroom West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersChair(s): Lori Raney, M.D., Robert M. Schiller, M.D.


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAM8:00 AM SESSIONSCOURSESCourse8:00 a.m.–12 noonConference B, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersAddressing the Neurocognitive and SocialPsychological Mechanisms Underlying Racistand Sexist Events in our Daily PracticeDirector: Donald Williams, M.D.Educational Objectives: TBDFormat: Lecture, clinical consultations, interactive paneldiscussionCourse Level: Basic; Seats Available: 18INNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersWellness and Self-Management1. Supporting Wellness Self-Management andGraduation from Assertive Community TreatmentMolly Finnerty, M.D.2. Treating Metabolic Syndrome in Patients onAssertive Community Treatment Teams: PreliminaryOutcomes from an Integrated Care ProjectDavid Lindy, M.D.3. Support Recovery by Flexible ACT:A Dutch Version of ACTMichiel Bahler, M.S.C.LECTURESLecture8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersHow is Religion Relevant to Psychiatry?:Research and ApplicationsLecturer: Harold Koenig, M.D.Sunday, OcTOber 7, 2012Lecture8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersResearch on Socially Assigned RaceHealth and Mental HealthLecturer: Camara Jones, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersBest Practices in Office‐Based Pharmacotherapyof Substance Use DisordersU.S. Substance Abuse and Mental HealthServices AdministrationChair(s): Petros Levounis, M.D., M.A.,Abigail J. Herron, D.O.Presenter(s): Jose L. Matias Del Toro, M.D.,Philip Krick, D.O.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersFrom Caligari to Hannibal the Cannibal:Sinister Psychiatrists in CinemaChair(s): Sharon Packer, M.D.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersOlder Adults with Schizophrenia: IsOutcome Good, Poor, or Mixed?Chair(s): Carl I. Cohen, M.D.Presenter(s): Mudassar Iqbal, M.D.,Elena F. Garcia‐Aracena, M.D., Helen H. Ryu, M.D.,Carolina Jimenez, M.D.SUNDAYIPS 2012Preliminary Program43


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMWorkshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Revolving Door of Transinstitutionalization:Challenges Met and Lessons Learned inCommunity, Corrections and Veterans PsychiatryChair(s): Vanessa L. Lauzon, M.D.Presenter(s): Michael Yao, M.D., M.P.H.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersRecovery from Sexual Abuse: Group TreatmentModels for Men in the Public Mental Health SystemChair(s): Kristina H. Muenzenmaier, M.D.,Joseph Battaglia, M.D.Presenter(s): Dalit R. Gross, Psy.D., Faye R. Margolis,Ph.D., Gillian S. Langdon, M.A.Workshop8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersViolence Risk Assessment and Screening:The Risks of Doing Too Much or Too LittleChair(s): Merrill Rotter, M.D.Presenter(s): Michael B. Greenspan, M.D.3. Homeless Psychiatry and LessonsLearned in Psychiatry ResidencyHina Tasleem, M.B.B.S10:00 AM SESSIONSINNOVATIVE PROGRAMSInnovative Program10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference I, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersWorkforce Innovations to Promote Care Integration1. Establishing Psychiatric Services in a PrimaryCare Setting: A Private Practice ModelAlbert Sayed, M.D.2. Innovative Peer Support Services for Individuals withSMI in an Academic, Community Mental Health CenterThomas Styron, Ph.D.3. Innovative Volunteer Services, Including a Full-TimeSummer Internship for College Undergraduates, Withinan Academic Community Mental Health Center ContextThomas Styron, Ph.D.Innovative Program10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Suite, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersA Tale of Two Settings: Mental HealthHomes and Outpatient OfficesSUNDAY8:30 AM SESSIONSSYMPOSIASymposium8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference F, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersDischarge to Shelter: The Theory andPractice of Homeless PsychiatryChair(s): Dillon Euler, M.D.1. Making “House Calls” to the Homeless:Providing On‐Site Psychiatric ServicesJoanna Fried, M.D.1. Establishing Psychiatric Services in aPrimary Care Setting: A Private Practice ModelPlanning Integrated Mental Health Homes:Understanding Needs for Patients at GreatestRisk for Intensive Services UtilizationJoyce West, Ph.D., M.P.P., Christopher Perry, M.D.,Eric Plakun, M.D.2. Psychotherapy Practices of Psychiatristsin the United States: Patterns, Trends andReported Barriers to PsychotherapyJoyce West, Ph.D., M.P.P., Christopher Perry, M.D.,Eric Plakun, M.D.IPS 20122. Hospitalization to HomelessnessAnuj Gupta, M.D.44Preliminary Program


NYC PRELIMINARY PROGRAMLECTURESLecture10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Riverside Ballroom, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersEarly Psychosis InterventionLecturer: Patrick McGorry, M.D., A.O., Ph.D.WORKSHOPSWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference D, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersA Holistic Mind‐Body Approach to the Treatmentof Trauma and Severe Mental IllnessChair(s): Tanya V. Azarani, M.D.,Kristina H. Muenzenmaier, M.D.Presenter(s): Elizabeth Visceglia, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference E, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersMarijuana: Drug or Medicine – Experiencewith the Michigan Medical Marijuana LawChair(s): James R. Hillard, M.D.Presenter(s): Cynthia Spencer, D.O.,Jennifer Stanley, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference H, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersGun Violence, Mental Illness, and FirearmsLaws: Research Evidence and Questionsfor Science, Policy and PracticeChair(s): Marvin S. Swartz, M.D.Presenter(s): Josh Horwitz, J.D.,Jeffrey W. Swanson, Ph.D., Paul S. Appelbaum, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference K, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersFirst Look: Exploring Peer CounselorEffectiveness in an Inpatient Psychiatric SettingChair(s): Joseph P. Merlino, M.D., M.P.A.Presenter(s): Rachel Steiner, L.C.S.W., Matthew Costanzo,Jonathan P. Edwards, M.S.W., Miriam Azaunce, Ed.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference L, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersUsing Recovery Principles as an IntegrativeParadigm in Training Community PsychiatristsChair(s): Robert S. Marin, M.D., Wesley E. Sowers, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Empire West, Second Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersHealth Homes, Integration and the PublicSafety Net: Implications for PsychiatryChair(s): Kathleen Reynolds, M.S.W.Presenter(s): Lori Raney, M.D., Joseph J. Parks, M.D.Workshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Carnegie West, Third Floor,Sheraton New York and TowersLegal Definitions of Mental Illness:Are They Outdated?Chair(s): Elizabeth B. Ford, M.D.Presenter(s): Arthur R. Williams, M.D.,Shelly Cohen, M.D., J.D.SUNDAYWorkshop10:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m.Conference J, Lower Lobby,Sheraton New York and TowersThe Open Dialogue Approach:Can it Work in the U.S.?Chair(s): Mary Olson, Ph.D., Chris Gordon, M.D.© K. Fox | nycgo.comPreliminary Program45IPS 2012


General InformationAPP BookstoreStop by your on-site source for the latest publications, training materials, and journals. You’ll find new, bestsellingtitles, and classical references on every area of psychiatry. APA members can take advantage of 10%member discounts and APA Members-in-Training receive a 25% discount on all purchases.Conference ObjectivesThe conference objectives, of the 2012 Institute on Psychiatric Services, are:1) To present the most current clinical information on severe mental illness – diagnosis and treatments;2) To identify and improve mental health disparities in the community;3) To demonstrate and apply new skills that will be useful in public psychiatry settings;4) To examine how the current health care system affects patient care;5) To learn about clinical innovations to improve patient care.Target AudiencesPsychiatrists, Primary Care Doctors and Other Physicians; Administrators and Managers; Addiction Counselor,Advocates and Policymakers; Consumer and Family Members; Educators, Faculty, and Training Directors;Medical Students and Residents; Nurses; Planners, Researchers, and Evaluators; Psychologists; RehabilitationCounselors; and Social Workers.Continuing Medical Education for PhysiciansAccreditation/Designation:The American Psychiatric Association (APA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The APA designates this live activity for a maximum of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians shouldonly claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.CME credit is earned on an hour-for-hour basis for most sessions on the scientific program. Most sessionsprovide AMA PRA Category 1 Credit; check final program for clarification.IPS 201246Preliminary ProgramPHILADELPHIA, PA65th Institute on Psychiatric ServicesOctober 10–13, 2013© Sean Pavone | Dreamstime.com


General InformationContinuing Education Credits for Psychologists,Social Workers, Nurses, Counselors, and OthersAPA (Psychology): Drexel University College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Educationis approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education forpsychologists. Drexel University College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Educationmaintains responsibility for the program. Accreditation for a maximum of 27 hours of continuingeducation is pending.ASWB (National Social Work): Behavioral Healthcare Education, provider #1065, is approved as a providerfor social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards, www.aswb.org, phone:1-800-225-6880, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Behavioral HealthcareEducation maintains responsibility for the program. Accreditation for a maximum of 27 continuing educationclock hours is pending.NAADAC (National D&A): Accreditation for a maximum of 27 educational hours is pending.NBCC (National Counselors): Drexel University College of Medicine is recognized by the National Boardof Certified Counselors to offer continuing education for National Certified Counselors. Accreditation for amaximum of 27 hours of continuing education credit is pending.PA Nurses: Drexel University College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Education is an approved providerof continuing nursing education by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the AmericanNurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Accreditation for a maximum of 27 contacthours is pending.CEU for all others: Drexel University College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Education has beenapproved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training(IACET), 8405 Greensboro Drive, Suite 800, McLean, VA 22102. In obtaining this approval, DrexelUniversity College of Medicine, Behavioral Healthcare Education has demonstrated that it complies withthe ANSI/IACET Standards which are widely recognized as standards of good practice internationally. As aresult of their Authorized Provider membership status, Drexel University College of Medicine, BehavioralHealthcare Education is authorized to offer IACET CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standards. Accreditation for CEUs is pending.The American College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) and the American Academy of PhysicianAssistants (AAPA) accept AMA/PRA category 1 credit from other organizations accredited by the ACCME.Disclosure Statement: All faculty and program planners participating in continuing education activitiessponsored by the American Psychiatric Association and Drexel University College of Medicine are requiredto disclose to the audience whether they do or do not have any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest or otherrelationships related to the content of their presentation(s).ExhibitsThe exhibits are an integral part of the educational program and you are encouraged to schedule daily visitsto the Exhibit Hall where a large array of professional opportunities and resources will be available. Meetrepresentatives from companies including pharmaceutical companies, computer software providers, bookpublishers, recruitment firms, and other suppliers of mental health-related products and services, who will beavailable to discuss a broad range of resources.Additionally, you’ll have the chance to participate in daily prize drawings, enjoy free food and beverages, andnetwork and meet with colleagues.Requests for the Exhibitor Prospectus or inquires regarding commercial or educational exhibits shouldbe directed to: Vernetta Copeland, Associate Director, Meetings & Conventions Department,Phone: (703) 907-7382, Fax: (703) 907-1097, Email: vcopeland@ psych.org. You may alsoobtain a copy of the Exhibitor Prospectus on the IPS website at www.psychiatry.org/IPS.Preliminary Program47IPS 2012


64th Institute on Psychiatric ServicesAPA’s Leading Educational Conference on Public, Community, and Clinical PsychiatryOctober 4–7, 2012Sheraton New York Hotel & TowersNew York, NYWhat to do in New York? To find things to do,places to eat and drink, museums, attractionsto visit, and theater information justlog on to http://www.nycgo.com.© F11photo | Dreamstime.comThe Advance Registration Deadline is September 14, 2012.Register online beginning June 4, at www.psychiatry.org/IPS.Future APA Annual MeetingsAPA Institute on Psychiatric Services65th IPSOctober 10–13, 2013Philadelphia MarriottPhiladelphia, PA66th IPSOctober 30–November 2, 2014San Francisco, CAIf you’re interested in preparing a submission for the2013 Institute on Psychiatric Services, please fill out yoursubmission online at www.psychiatry.org/IPS. The onlinesubmission process will begin on October 8, 2012 andclose, for all formats except Posters, on December 7, 2012.The submission deadline for Posters is May 23, 2013.67th IPSOctober 8–11, 2015New York, NYAPA Annual Meetings166thMay 18–22, 2013San Francisco, CA167thMay 3–7, 2014New York, NY168thMay 16–20, 2015Toronto, Ontario, CanadaAmerican Psychiatric Associa tion

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