2019 Forensic Conference Presentation and Materials

2019 Annual Forensic Conference Nov. 7, 2019 | Embassy Suites by Hilton, Columbus Dublin

"Balancing Risk and Recovery: Helping People Maintain Hope within the Forensic System"

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services is pleased to sponsor the 2019 Annual Forensic Conference titled, Balancing Risk and Recovery: Helping People Maintain Hope within the Forensic System. This conference is designed for professionals who work with people who have a mental illness and/or an intellectual disability and are involved in the justice system.

Keynote Address: Debra Pinals, MD,  Director, Program in Psychiatry, Law and Ethics and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Michigan | Medical Director, Behavioral Health and Forensic Programs, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Recovery and Person-Centered Approaches for People with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Illness: The Forensic Path Forward​

Keynote Address: Susan Hatters Friedman, MD,  The Phillip J. Resnick Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University Associate Professor of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Recovery in Forensic Mental Health​

Legal Update: The Honorable Hollie Gallagher, Judge, Cuyahoga Court of Common Pleas and The Honorable Stephen McIntosh, Administrative Judge, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas
The Commitment of People with Mild Intellectual Disability in the Forensic System

 

Workshop I: Recovery Within an Mental Health Court (Part 1)

The Honorable Marianne Sezon, Judge, Ashtabula County Court of Common Pleas

Workshop II: Journeys of Hope: Individual Perspectives (Part 1)

Jaworski Family
Lester
Danice Johnson​

Workshop III: Reducing Violence Risk in the Hospital and Developmental Center​

Susan Hatters Friedman, MD
Joy Stankowski, MD
, Chief Clinical Officer & Director of the Center for Forensic Excellence, Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare

Workshop I: Recovery Within a Mental Health Court (Part 2) (Continued)

The Honorable Joyce Kimbler, Judge, Medina County Court of Common Pleas

Workshop II: Journeys of Hope: Individual Perspectives (Part 2) (Continued)

Jaworski Family
Lester
Danice Johnson​

Workshop III: Reducing Violence Risk in the Community (Continued)

Susan Hatters Friedman, MD
Joy Stankowski, MD
, Chief Clinical Officer & Director of the Center for Forensic Excellence, Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare