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Conversations with Dr. Tony

Join Anthony Salerno, PhD (“Dr. Tony”) in a new educational series designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders across the country. Each presentation starts off with a 30-minute conversation followed by a 15 minute Q&A with participants. We look forward to your participation and feel confident you will gain important and practical knowledge.

Conversations with Dr. Tony - ft. Dr. Michael Lindsey

February 06, 2019
Join Anthony Salerno, PhD (“Dr. Tony”) in a new educational series designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders across the country. Each presentation starts off with a 30-minute conversation followed by a 15 minu...

Conversations with Dr. Tony - ft. Dr Kimberly Hoagwood: Defining Evidence in Clinical Practice

March 19, 2019
Evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, evidence-informed, measurement feedback - the terms for what constitutes effective clinical practice continue to proliferate.  When we boil it down to its essence, however, what really matters and how can we be more confident that what we are p...

Conversations with Dr. Tony - ft. Dr. Arthur Evans, CEO of the American Psychological Association on Population Health

April 22, 2019
Join Anthony Salerno, PhD (“Dr. Tony”) in a new educational series designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders across the country. Each presentation starts off with a 30-minute conversation followed by a 15 minu...

Conversations with Dr. Tony - ft. Dr. Roberto Lewis-Fernández on The Cultural Formulation Interview

October 30, 2019
Join Anthony Salerno, PhD (“Dr. Tony”) in an invigorating discussion designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders across the country. Culture influences every aspect of care in behavioral health practice. Cultur...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Understanding and Applying the Principles and Practices of Resilience to Meet the Challenge

April 09, 2020
Behavioral health organizations are facing numerous and daunting challenges during this unprecedented crisis. Individuals and organizations are under considerable emotional and physical strain that may be experienced as traumatic. Organizations have many questions about how to cope effectively with...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: Advancing Integrated Care: Primary and Behavioral Health Integration Amidst COVID-19 and Beyond

May 27, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the urgent need for the coordinated provision of both primary and behavioral health services. Beyond the medical impact, this public health concern has the potential to increase rates of mental health illness. As primary care and behavioral health clinics navigate...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: What Can Organizations Do To Improve Anti-Racist and Anti-Oppressive Practices?

October 22, 2020
In this "Conversations with Dr. Tony," we will speak with Dr. Linda Lausell-Bryant, Clinical Associate Professor at the NYU Silver School of Social Work about how to improve anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices in organizations. This 45-minute conversation is also designed to invite attendees t...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: What Are Polyvagal Practices and Why Are They Important?

March 11, 2021
The behavioral healthcare system has embraced the importance of understanding the role of adversity, trauma and resilience on one’s overall health and wellbeing. Much of the information about trauma and resilience has focused on the psychological, behavioral and physical health consequences of tra...

Conversations with Dr. Tony: Reimagining Youth Suicide Prevention featuring Dr. Pamela Morris

June 21, 2021
Anthony Salerno, Pamela Morris OverviewYouth suicide continues to be a significant public health issue. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34. One in four 18- to 24-year-olds reported having seriously considered suicide in the past 30 days base...
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