COVID-19 has changed how leaders are engaging with and delivering care to people and communities with behavioral and other complex health needs. Given the nature of this pandemic, there is no defined “end” we are working toward. Rather, we are working through the crisis, which for many of us means the momentum we achieved pre-COVID has been stripped away.
The College for Behavioral Health Leadership (CBHL) is bringing together experts from around the country to help leaders balance the reality of managing the current crisis with the need to foster hope and plan for the future.
Through a series of six, monthly interactive webinars beginning in June 2020, CBHL will offer opportunities for leaders to learn and collaborate on topics relevant to leadership through COVID-19, including the importance of integrated care, emerging inequities, international innovations, the role of public behavioral health authorities in disaster behavioral health management, and the role of partnerships. Specific topics will be flexible to be responsive to emerging needs.
Who Should Attend: Leaders serving people and communities with behavioral and other complex health needs.
Format: Each monthly webinar will consist of two parts, 90-minutes total
- Part 1 will be a 45-minute panel presentation on the identified topic from experts in the field and is free for all to attend.
- Part 2 will be a 45-minute facilitated, interactive discussion to process information with the panelists and other colleagues, and may include breakout discussions with the panelists, large group discussions and Q&A with the panelists, networking and information. Part 2 is free for CBHL members and Partner members and just $10-$20 for non-members to attend (cost varies by webinar).
Schedule of Events and Registration Coming Soon!