Mental health touches all of our lives.
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
PACCAR Education Center
1035 116th Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Stigma associated with mental health contributes to a decrease in individuals seeking help. At Overlake’s Mental Health Conference, learn about available resources and organizations on the Eastside that aim to breakdown that stigma and connect people to the help they need. The keynote presentation, “Talk Saves Lives® An Introduction to Suicide Prevention,” will be followed by breakout discussions led by Eastside mental health experts.
Topics include nutrition and your mental health, the differences in types of therapy, substance abuse and more. All ages are encouraged to attend.
Topics & Speakers:
- Talk Saves Lives®
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- First Diagnosis After Care: What Happens Next?
Laura Bruco, BA
- Different Types of Therapies: CBT, DBT, Exercise and Art
Kathryn Korslund, PhD, Justin Daigneault, MS, LMHC, CN, SMMHS, CMHS, MHP
- Eating Disorders
Marsha Chenoweth, MD, FAAP, FAPA
- Panel: Inpatient vs. Different Types of Outpatient
William Pierson, MD, Yoon Joo Han, M.Ed, MSW, Lesley Heathershaw
- Managed Care Organizations vs. Mental Health Organizations — What's the Difference?
Kailey Fiedler-Gohlke, MA, CRC, Albert Tsai, MD
- Mood Disorders
Ann Padilla, DNP, ANP, PMHNP, ARNP
- Nutrition and How it Affects Your Mental Health
Ileana Calinoiu, MD
Jacob Laskey, MD
- Substance Abuse
Quincy Jefferson, CDP
Download our conference resource list Washington State Behavioral Health Resources (PDF).