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From the Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Criminal Justice, this series shines a light on partnerships that are moving the dial, leading to better solutions and outcomes for people who may become involved with the justice system due to experiencing behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, or neurocognitive concerns. We talk with guests representing prominent voices from government, the judicial system, public safety, healthcare, and the broader community throughout m ...
 
I have been helping people with money, budgets, debt reduction, and retirement planning for the last 23+ years. I have a strong passion for helping people get their money matters right. If you are looking for financial solutions, I am a specialized expert in exactly that. If you’re ready, I can help you get out of debt and save for your future. Give me a call 619-306-0853 or email me at mfranklin.difference@gmail.com and we’ll set up your complimentary financial analysis today.
 
Are you a parent who is determined to work towards the lifestyle you want for your family? Career / Business important but you need the work life balance that will enable you to hang out with the most important people in the world to you? Determined to carry on your career progression after having kids and want to establish the best way to do so? Welcome to the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast... a podcast hosted by career coach, mummy, author, employee, and business builder Gin ...
 
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Alton Harvey, Jr., CADC-I, Mentor, Public Defense Services Commissioner, and man in recovery discusses: His story and what was helpful in his recovery; One man’s journey from addiction to inspiration. Alton’s personal journey and insights into the perspectives that helped him realize he was ready for recovery. The important role of mentors, and how…
 
Captain Lee Eby, Clackamas County Jail Commander; Cierra Brown, owner of the Metro Law Group and Member of the CIDC Consortium; and Dr. Alexander Millkey PsyD, Northwest Forensic Institute, discuss Clackamas County’s Rapid Process for “in-house” fitness evaluations: This collaborative venture was born out of necessity after recognizing a 1,000% inc…
 
OCBHJI wanted to turn the usual approach to privacy law training (i.e., HIPAA and CFR 42, part 2) on its head - we didn’t find the typical training centered on jargon and what you can’t say very helpful and figured neither did you. The result is this privacy laws radio play presented via our podcast. The radio play focuses on scenarios to demonstra…
 
Michelle Brandsma, MS CADC III QMHP-C, Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc. Substance Use Disorder/Trauma Informed Care Manager discusses: Naloxone distribution program and how it saves lives by reversing narcotic overdoses (e.g., fentanyl or heroin) Reducing the stigma of addiction Medication Assisted Treatment as a medical intervention supporti…
 
Rod Harwood, Older Adult Coordinator for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc., discusses: The growing aging population in the U.S. How Dementia impacts the senses and the brain Practical tips on how to provide accommodations when communicating with someone with Dementia The suicide rate among older adults What you can do to mitigate the impact of…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Operation and Policy Analyst for the Certification and Licensure Department, and Jeffrey Gray, PhD, licensed psychologist, discuss: An overview of the role of the mental health examiner as a friend of the court who provides clarification around clinical aspects of a civil commitment hearing; Their role as a clarifier and a ques…
 
Edward Jones, retired Judge and former Interim Executive Director of Oregon Public Defense Services (OPDS) discusses: What OPDS does; Long-term consequences of felonies and misdemeanors; How misdemeanors can snowball into more serious consequences; Asking ourselves: is this the right approach for this problem? Is it a criminal justice issue? A publ…
 
Chris Bouneff, Executive Director of the Oregon Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), discusses: What does NAMI do?; Examples of the education NAMI provides free of charge; NAMI’s current proposal for a bill in the 2022 short session focusing on addressing wage gaps for those working in the behavioral health field; Why we need …
 
Dr. Ericia Leeper and Dr. Andrea Avila, Psychologists and Certified Forensic Evaluators, discuss: How Psychiatric Advanced Directives, or as they are known in Oregon, Declarations of Mental Health Treatment (DMHTs) can direct treatment when a person is within a crisis; DMHTs communicate in writing what treatment works or doesn't work for a consumer…
 
In this short episode, host, Chris Thomas, talks about the highlights of Season 1, as well as announces the beginning of Season 2. Season 2 kicks off with Episode #20 Uplifting Voice and Choice with Psychiatric Advanced Directives with Dr. Ericia Leeper and Dr. Andrea Avila, Psychologists and Certified Forensic Evaluators. Welcome to the conversati…
 
The Oregon Center on Behavioral Health and Justice Integration (OCBHJI) launched our podcast in March of 2021 and after 18 fantastic episodes, we’ve reached the end of season 1. We’d like to thank our amazing guests for sharing their programs and insights with us, as well as our fantastic listeners for your support. After a brief holiday break, we …
 
Kevin Fitts, Executive Director of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association discusses: What peer respite centers provide to consumers; Filling gaps by providing services that aren’t covered by Medicaid; Redefining workloads in the system to include more peers; The importance of peer voices within policy groups; Building community and long ter…
 
Kevin Fitts, Executive Director of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association discusses: The focus of the Oregon Mental Health Consumers Association; The importance of the voices of people with lived experience at the table; The need for a tiered system to meet people where they are when they seek help before they are in crisis; Peer respite to…
 
Judge Suzanne Chanti & Judge Nan Waller, Circuit Courts Judges and Co-chairs of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC) discuss: Stigma, lack of resources, and the impact on procedural justice; The role of a compassionate community in changing the system; Building in flexibility to meet people where they are with the acknowl…
 
Judge Suzanne Chanti & Judge Nan Waller, Circuit Courts Judges and Co-chairs of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee (BHAC) discuss: The definition of procedural justice, which is also known as procedural fairness; The importance of slowing down and using plain language, listening, and involving people in the court process; How …
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: Who is the examiner and what do they do in the process; What the bar is for an initial commitment versus if there is expanded criteria; The nuance around if someone is willing and able to participate voluntarily in t…
 
Terry Schroeder, OHA Civil Commitment Coordinator within the Certification, Licensure, and Technical Assistance Department discusses: What civil commitment looks like in the state of Oregon; Civil commitment placements within the continuum of care, not just at the state hospital; What is considered at different steps within the civil commitment pro…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that The Center is under. Ari discusses: Why scaring, educating, and exercising someone out of crime doesn’t work; Exposure to childhood trauma as a risk factor for engagement in the criminal justice system an…
 
Ari Wagner, Chief Operating Officer for Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc (GOBHI) and the Director of Operations which is the department that OCBHJI is under discusses: Ari’s position as the first juvenile justice researcher in Oregon and the significant role she played in determining the recidivism rate for juvenile offenders, as well as devel…
 
NOTE: Please listen to episode #9 to hear part one of this interview. Captain Lee Eby, Clackamas County Jail Commander; and Galli Murray, Clackamas County Health, Housing, and Human Services Suicide Prevention Coordinator discuss: Re-screening at the 2 week mark using the Adult In Custody’s (AIC) tablet. This volunteer screening works great for peo…
 
Captain Lee Eby, Clackamas County Jail Commander; and Galli Murray, Clackamas County Health, Housing, and Human Services Suicide Prevention Coordinator discuss: Collaborative mapping of the incarceration process and data collection to uncover opportunities for improvements to the system; Common myths about suicide; The impact of suicide on fellow A…
 
Juliet Britton, Beaverton Municipal Court Presiding Judge, discusses: The importance of addressing concerns early with repeated low level crimes to connect people to services to support long term stability and decrease recidivism in the future at the municipal court level; The Mental Health Liaison position at the court - a clinician in court to pr…
 
Judge Pat Wolke, Josephine County Mental Health Court Judge; Co-Chair of the Workgroup to Decriminalize Mental Illness; and Member of the Chief Justice’s Behavioral Health Advisory Committee discusses: His work to strengthen the pathways into the civil system as a diversion from the criminal justice system, particularly in regards to civil commitme…
 
Ann-Marie Bandfield, Manager of Crisis Services for Marion County Health and Human Services, discusses: How Marion County’s 24/7 Psychiatric Crisis Center (PCC), which just celebrated its 25 year anniversary in August 2020, got started and how it focuses on community based services; The business culture focusing on compassion and welcoming service,…
 
Ross Acker, Advanced Health CCO Director of Coordinated Care & a Licensed Professional Counselor; Megan Ridle, Coos Health and Wellness Brief Treatment Crisis Services Manager & a Licensed Professional Counselor; and Kelley Andrews, Retired Coos County Sheriff Office Captain discuss: Building relationships with partners from the ground up; The evol…
 
Commissioner Sharon Meieran, Multnomah County Commissioner, lawyer, and ER doctor discusses: What fuels her passion for her work around behavioral health as a commissioner and an ER doctor The importance of intervening upstream and meeting people where they are when providing behavioral health and wraparound services, as well as the importance of e…
 
Stan Gilbert, Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH) Executive Director, discusses how collaboration with community stakeholders has resulted in the following innovations: Behavioral Health embedded in the Community Corrections office, resulting in same day warm handoffs to behavioral health staff upon first check in upon release from prison/jail. …
 
Danielle Hanson, Oregon Judicial Department Statewide Specialty Court Coordinator, discusses: What are treatment/speciality courts? How do they work? How do they change lives? Why is it important to adhere to evidence based practice? How have the courts adapted to COVID? For more information about the intersection between criminal justice and behav…
 
Diane Scottaline, Executive Director of The Arc of Benton County, and Members of The Arc of Benton County, John and Cody, discuss: What kinds of disabilities are included in this population? Why is the community experiencing I/DD considered a hidden population regarding the intersection of behavioral health and criminal justice? The importance of p…
 
If you listen to just one thing today... make it this. No, seriously... even your favourite Netflix show can wait. On today's episode of the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast, I am speaking to Davinia Tomlinson, CEO & Founder of Rainchq, a service which helps women to take control of their financial futures. Recorded in April 2020, in t…
 
Over the course of just a few weeks, our lives have changed in the most profound ways due to COVID-19. Freedom of movement which we generally take for granted is minimised and working from home is no longer something working parents are fighting for... it is something that is temporarily expected of all of us who can and are not key workers; albeit…
 
After an unintentional hiatus from the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast, Gina returns with an episode talking about what's next for the podcast AND shares a nugget of wisdom which has the potential to remove any blocks you have in relation to getting on with your next exciting venture / goal. Remember, if you like what you hear, do sub…
 
The New Year often feels pressured. Y'know... "New Year New You" and all that jazz. If you're someone who sets goals and makes resolutions and actually, especially if you are NOT... you may notice that with the dawn of a whole new decade in addition to it being a new year, there is an extra layer of expectation and pressure. In this episode, throug…
 
I'm back... and calling myself out for making excuses on a few important fronts, in the past couple of months. This episode includes a bit of a reintroduction about what the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast is all about (amid my rant!) and I am transparent about some of the excuses I have been making to myself in my own life. Excuses w…
 
It's happened again. No sooner were we in awe that it's January... it's now already the second half of the year. What madness is this? Because half time is traditionally a great time to take stock of what's been going on and to recalibrate - this episode of the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast provides a step by step... question by que…
 
This episode is a must listen for everyone: I was honoured to hear Michelle Obama speak live in London as part of her European book tour and I found her so relatable as a citizen wanting to make her community better, as a leader wanting to impact her country and the world and in other important roles as a mother, a wife, a daughter, a professional …
 
Before you get yourself in that cycle of "where did all the time go" that we all recognise (you've been there right... haven't we all?!) - listen to this podcast about making the most of long weekends. (If listening in real time), we are at the time of year where there are a series of longer weekends... and there are a few simple actions you can ta…
 
Ever get in your own way? Have your perfectionist tendencies ever held you back? This episode is for you if you need a short, sharp reminder of why you should sometimes just get on with it (and figure things out along the way). Working parent or otherwise - imperfect action is the key to so much - this episode is your reminder of exactly why that i…
 
Once January comes to an end, it's sometimes tempting to resign yourself to the "fact" that once again, your resolutions or goals haven't started as positively as you intended or hoped and therefore it's okay to give up on that idea. In this episode of the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast - I am here to remind you that we are not machi…
 
My name is Michele Franklin and I am here to create financial solutions! Since the age of 10 years old, I have been helping people with money, budgets, debt reduction, and retirement planning. What is your current financial need? Let me share a few examples with you of how my clients have been helped and how one of these might apply to you! Client …
 
It's time to celebrate you... What are you proud of this year? This episode of the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast is part of a mini (audit) series which will focus on areas of our lives that are beneficial to recognise and evaluate at this end of year / beginning of year time... starting with what are you proud of from 2018 (or from …
 
In this episode, it's time to reflect on the good the bad and the ugly of working parent life. Gina Visram of Limitless Coaching asks "(How) is your post-baby career different to what you expected? What makes it work? What makes it frustrating? What is worth celebrating and what must... must change? Does thinking about your post-baby career make yo…
 
Have you ever second guessed yourself? Ha! I'm imagining that that was a resounding yes. A series of events, ending with my toddler telling me to "go away" lead to my compulsion to create a podcast discussing the age old question "Am I good enough" As well as encouraging you to be kind to yourself, I share certain questions you can ask yourself and…
 
Recently I have been feeling like everything is getting on top of me. Major (though exciting) work projects, my toddler settling into a new (and indeed overwhelming) childcare setting, an important course I'm supposed to be working towards not getting as much of my time as it needs - not to mention important life stuff like sorting out a remortgage…
 
In this from the heart episode, Gina Visram of Limitless Coaching describes how attending the Notting Hill Carnival (NHC), one of her favourite events of the year, makes her a better parent. This episode talks about the importance of parents embracing events, hobbies and activities that fills them up personally - and how that in turn has the potent…
 
This episode has the potential to rock your world (truly). If you would like to laugh more, a swift kick in the behind, the lift yourself from a slump, to feel more joy, to enjoy parenting more, to appreciate your job more - to feel more positive about your entrepreneurial journey or job search and even (and here's a big claim) to pick yourself up …
 
In this (partly world cup inspired) episode, you have the opportunity to do some exploration which can result in this year being a transformational one for you. At the time of recording, we are halfway through the year, which makes it an exceptional time in which to do an audit / take stock of the good, bad and the ugly of the year to date. You'll …
 
So here's the thing. In some ways, my husband has always been amazing with finances. In some ways, I have generally made good financial choices. For both of us... we can definitely have done better... not because we have been reckless per say but because there have been times of being careless (lol - that's probably more true for me than for him). …
 
Some months ago, one of my NCT friends added me to a Facebook group... "Flexible working for mums like me" - knowing that I consider the topic of flexible working to be incredibly important. A very short time after this space created by Katy Fridman, ex Microsoft executive and now mum of two, went live - numbers crept up and up and it is clear that…
 
Flexible working is such an integral part of the formula that many parents have when it comes to creating a success of their career and their lifestyle / parenting responsibilities that I can't quite believe that it's been nearly a year since I recorded an episode that mainly focuses on this topic. Well, that all changes here and this topic is one …
 
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