Transforming Addiction Treatment : An Integrative Health Model

Due to extraordinary demand, we have closed registration for this event.
Fri, 03/24/2017 - 9:00am to 11:00am | 2 CEUs
Philip Hemphill , PhD
Chief Clinical Officer
Lakeview Health
The Pavilion At Williamsburg Place
5483 Mooretown Rd
Williamsburg, VA 23188

The impact of Integrative Health in addiction treatment requires the identification and treatment of both behavioral and medical conditions. This process involves screening, consultation, and intervention in a coordinated manner that promotes health and wellness. The importance of creating strategies for increasing both patient and staff literacy with a phased in activation will be presented with case examples. Data from this process of implementation will be provided for discussion as well as a model of care. Finally, an assessment of your organizations readiness with fidelity scales will be provided for enhanced commitment to patient care.

From this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Define ‘What is Integrative Care?’
  • List methods available for clinically aligning Addiction Treatment, Behavioral Health, and Primary Care.
  • Assess your organizations readiness for implementation.
  • Generate fidelity scales to assess progress.

About the Speaker

Dr. Hemphill’s expertise includes trauma informed care, co-occurring disorders, and healthy boundaries which will allow clinicians to recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients and families. These integrative and comprehensive approaches provide the highest standard of care available anywhere in the country and will develop into policies, procedures and treatment practices.
Dr. Hemphill currently is Chief Clinical Officer at Lakeview Health and worked previously at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Mississippi and at River Oaks Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a consultant at Seaside Healthcare, LLC and an adjunct faculty member at LSU Health Services Center and at Tulane University, where he earned his doctorate