Second Quarter 2018 Events

Illinois

For information on these events, contact Megan Olson, 630.248.4204 or megan.olson@timberlineknolls.com.

April 5 – Hosting the first IFEDD Chicago Chapter meeting at our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in Orland Park for local eating disorder dietitians. Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, to present on Intoxicating Cycles of Shame.

April 14 – Participating in Healing Part by Part, a book reading and workshop on family systems and eating disorders, with Amy Grabowski of The Awakening Center in Chicago.  Timberline Knolls providing continuing education credit for counselors and social workers. Click here for the invitation.

April 17 – Co-hosting a community event with Gwendolyn J. Sterk and the Family Law Group, P.C. at our Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) in Orland Park, Ill.  Roseann Rook, CADC, Clinical Addictions Specialist, Timberline Knolls, to present on recovery from addiction.  Click here for the Facebook event.

April 19 – Juliet Caceres, PsyD, Director of Clinical Operations, and Brooke Mathewes, MEd, RCC, CCC, Clinical Lead, Timberline Knolls, attending NAMI Chicago’s annual Awards Dinner, Light the Darkness 2018, at The Geraghty in Chicago.

April 19- 21 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Academy for Eating Disorders International Conference on Eating Disorders in Chicago.

April 22-23 – Sponsoring the Body Image Workshop in Chicago, hosted by Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland. A few spots remaining. Click here to visit the website.

April 24 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Christian Counseling Professionals of Chicagoland (CCPC) Annual Clergy and Counselor Conference at Wheaton Bible Church in West Chicago.

April 27 – Juliet Caceres, PsyD, Clinical Operations Director, and Roseann Rook, CADC, Clinical Addictions Specialist, Timberline Knolls, will co-present on adolescent addiction, current trends, present day medications and practices at Palos Behavioral Health Professionals in Palos Heights.

May 4 – Sponsoring and attending the iaedp Heartland Chapter meeting in Milwaukee, Wis.

May 10 – Sponsoring the Mayor’s Drive for Charity Golf Outing in Lemont.

June 5 – Exhibiting at the Northern Illinois Employee Assistance Professionals Association Annual Conference in Oakbrook Terrace.

June 8 – Hosting an educational half-day conference in Chicago with The Trauma Center of Justice Resource Institute (JRI).  Juliet Caceres, PsyD, Clinical Operations Director, to present along with Jana Pressley, PsyD, Director of Training and Professional Development, The Trauma Center.  Details available soon.

Midwest

For information on these events, contact Rachael Soliman, 630.235.4267 or rachael.soliman@timberlineknolls.com

April 7 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Indianapolis, IN NEDA Walk in Garfield Park.

April 19- 21 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Academy for Eating Disorders International Conference on Eating Disorders in Chicago.

April 25-27 – Sponsoring and exhibiting at the Wisconsin Family Based Services Conference,

Systems Impacting Systems:  Preserving family function during trying times, in the Wisconsin Dells.

May 1 – Co-hosting a networking dinner with The Menninger Clinic and Eckerd Connects in Troy, Mich. Click here for the invitation.

May 4 – Sponsoring and attending the iaedp Heartland Chapter meeting in Milwaukee, Wis.

May 16 – Greg Holich, LPC, DBT Program Coordinator, Timberline Knolls, will present on ACT and DBT at Water’s Edge Counseling and Healing Center in Burnsville, Minn. Area clinicians and behavioral health professionals welcome to attend.  Details available soon.

May 24 – Co-hosting a networking lunch with The Menninger Clinic and Eckerd Connects at Maggiano’s in Wauwatosa, Wis. Details available soon.

June 12 – Exhibiting at the Froedtert Hospital Community Resource Fair in Milwaukee, Wis. 

East

For information on these events, contact Sally Sebastian, 949.413.6945 or sally.sebastian@timberlineknolls.com. 

April 13 – Co-hosting a networking luncheon with Acadia Treatment Placement Specialists in Paramus, New Jersey, for clinicians and behavioral health professionals. Special presentation on addiction bereavement. Click here for the invitation.

April 27 – Co-hosting a continuing education event with Aloria Health in New York.  Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, and Megan Ross, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer, Aloria, will present on Shame and Belonging—Utilizing Positive Psychology in the Treatment of Eating and Substance Disorders. Click here for the invitation.

May 2 – Co-hosting a networking lunch for clinicians and behavioral health professionals with The Recovery Coach at Harvest on Hudson in Hastings, New York. Details available soon.

May 3 – Sponsoring and attending Evolution, Project HEAL’s Annual Fundraising Gala in New York City.

May 4-5 – Exhibiting at the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) New Life Summit, The Struggle is Real, in York, Penn.

May 12 – Sponsoring the National Eating Disorders Association conference at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Penn.

June 15 – Co-hosting educational lunch event with Acadia Treatment Placement Specialists, Sierra Tucson and Summit Psychological Services on “What if your therapist is a horse: the use of experiential therapy in working with clients with substance use disorders” in Mendham, New Jersey.

Northeast

For information on these events, contact Carol McCarthy, 312.758.3259 or carol.mccarthy@timberlineknolls.com. 

April 25 – Serving as Lunch Sponsor for the Connecticut PLA meeting. Elizabeth Walker, BS, CAS to present “Behavioral Healthcare in 2018; Negotiating the Terrain”.

April 27-28 — Sponsoring the Body Image Workshop, hosted by Marci Evans and Fiona Sutherland, in Boston. Event is sold out!

May 2 – Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, to present Intoxicating Cycles of Shame, and Rosalind Rodgers, GLCMA, Creative Arts Coordinator, Timberline Knolls, will facilitate a movement experiential for the New Hampshire Professionals Health Program.

May 3 – Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, to present Intoxicating Cycles of Shame, and Rosalind Rodgers, GLCMA, Creative Arts Coordinator, Timberline Knolls, will facilitate a movement experiential for the Eating Disorder Association of Maine.

May 10 – Sponsoring and attending Samaritans Breakfast for Hope, which showcases life-saving work while raising vital funds for suicide prevention, in Boston, Mass.

June 21 – Exhibiting at the Connecticut EAPA Chapter Annual Conference, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Information Super Highway on the Workforce, in Wallingford, Conn.

Mid-Atlantic

For information on these events, contact Jami Croslow, 630.248.4930 or jami.croslow@timberlineknolls.com.

April 12 – Exhibiting at the Inova Health System Spring Vendor Fair in Falls Church, Virg.

April 20 – Co-hosting a professional networking lunch in Raleigh, North Carolina, with CooperRiis, The Menninger Clinic, Red Oak Recovery and Eckerd Connects. Click here for the invitation.

June 3 – Sponsoring Burgers and Bands, a suicide prevention event in Severna Park, Maryland. Funds donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention—Maryland Chapter. Click here for information.

June 7-8 – Exhibiting at the 2nd Annual Carolinas Symposium on Young Adult Treatment in Asheville, North Carolina.

June 29 – Co-hosting continuing education event in Maryland with Rock Recovery. Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, to present.  Details available soon.

Southeast

For information on this event, contact Carol McCarthy, 312.758.3259 or carol.mccarthy@timberlineknolls.com. 

April 26-28 – Exhibiting at the American Counseling Association conference in Atlanta, Georg. Juliet Caceres, PsyD, Clinical Operations Director, and Bethany Casson, LCPC, Therapist, Timberline Knolls, will also be in attendance.

Central

For information on this event, contact Amy Sullivan, 913.626.2595 or amy.sullivan@timberlineknolls.com.

June 8-9 – Hosting and providing lunch for attendees of Jessica Setnick’s Eating Disorders Boot Camp in Kansas City. Click here for workshop information. 

Southcentral

For information on these events, contact Randy Fuller, 708.770.3172 or randy.fuller@timberlineknolls.com.

April 10 – Sponsoring and attending Windows to Hope, a mental health conference designed for people who work with youth in faith and community settings, in Richardson, Tex.

May 17 – Sponsoring and attending Solutions Outpatient Services 23rd Anniversary Celebrating Recovery of Alumni & Friends in Dallas, Texas.

June 21 – Margaret Nagib, PsyD, Faculty Leader, Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute, and Maggie Geraci, RDN, LDN, Director of Nutrition Services, Timberline Knolls, to co-present at Sage Recovery and Wellness Center in Austin, Tex., for a professional educational event. Open to area providers. Details available soon.

West and Northwest

For information on these events, contact Christina Gorman, 312.608.1378 or christina.gorman@timberlineknolls.com.

April 9-12 – Attending Foundations Recovery Network’s Innovations in Recovery conference in San Diego, Calif.

April 12-15 – Attending the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Annual Conference in San Diego, Calif.

April 18 – Hosting a networking luncheon in Salt Lake City, Utah, for behavioral health professionals and clinicians.  Details available soon.

May 31- June 3 – Greg Holich, LPC, DBT Program Coordinator, Timberline Knolls to present DBT and ACT: Blending Two Treatment Models for a Comprehensive Approach Towards Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders at the West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders in La Quinta, Calif. Timberline Knolls will also have an exhibit table. Click here for conference website.

June 6- 8 – Attending the 2018 Addictions Update Conference, hosted by the University of Utah Department of Psychiatry, in partnership with the Utah Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health and the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing. Medical, addiction, and behavioral health professionals are invited to attend the conference, which will take place at the Marriott University Park in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  

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