Speaker Bio & Presentations
Judy Crane, author of The Trauma Heart has over three decades of clinical experience in the field of trauma and substance use disorders. She is the CEO and Co-Founder of Guest House Ocala. Prior to that she founded and developed one of the nation’s leading treatment centers specializing in trauma and substance use disorders, as well as the development of Spirit 2 Spirit, a trauma certification program for clinical therapists. She currently serves as a consultant for many of the country’s leading treatment centers. Judy has presented workshops, trainings, and has been a keynote speaker on PTSD nationally and internationally since 2009. She has been the recipient of multiple awards including High Watch Recovery Center’s Marty Mann Award, NAATP’s CEO of the Year, and Behavioral Health Champion in recognition for her contribution through life changing therapies to those suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. Judy has recognized the need for the treatment industry to be able to create congruency in supporting recovery and wellness within an organization; essentially “taking care of our own”.
Presentations & Workshops
Doctor, Lawyers, and Pilots Oh My! When and How Will We Take Care of Our Own?
Establishing a preventative model to address Substance Use, Mental Health and Process Addiction Relapse within the Behavioral Healthcare setting.
The number of employees who work in behavioral health have had personal experiences in substance use disorders mental health, or other process addictions has not been determined. To date there is very little research on how relapse is handled within the behavioral healthcare setting specifically process addictions.
Increasing pressures within the behavioral health system can lead to burnout and compassion fatigue, which can exacerbate potential relapse if not addressed. Behavioral health leadership could be challenged with developing a means of support for employees in potential or actual relapse.
- Participants will review baseline Substance Use, Mental Health and Process Addictions data in workplace settings, to evaluate for creating an employee relapse identification and prevention protocol within their organization.
- Participants will explore the relationship between burnout, compassion fatigue, and employee relapse.
- Participants will learn how to quantify the number of employees in recovery for substance use, mental health, and process addiction, by utilizing voluntary anonymous surveys.
- Participants will be taught strategies to take back to their organization to address wellness and relapse with measurable goals that will be able to quantify relapse reduction.
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The GXC Conference 2022 is dedicated to professionals who want to elevate their knowledge regarding therapeutic practices, treatment models, and the latest mental health, addiction, and wellness innovations.