Mental Health KC Presents…

Mental Health KC Presents is a series of free webinars intended to extend the education and training provided by the Mental Health KC Conference.


Trainings and Webinars

Supporting Family Caregivers of Veterans
Presented by: Shawn Moore

Sept 23, 2021 from 3:30-4:30pm

This one-hour introductory workshop explains the significant connection between support for veteran family caregivers and increased value of service for veterans including improvised health outcomes, relationships and quality of life. It will discuss common barriers to including family caregivers as part of the healthcare team. An explanation of the caregiver journey along with strategies to assist and support family caregivers and veterans navigate the healthcare system will be presented.

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Kansas City Anti-Violence Project
Presented by: Quinn Erbe

Oct 14, 2021 from 3:30-4:30pm

The Kansas City Anti Violence Project has been serving the lgbtqia+ community since 2003. KCAVP serves by filling the gaps that victim-survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and hate violence might experience while navigating resources they need. Drawing on the experience of their predecessors, the data that is available for the community, and the experiences shared, this presentation will provide community members and services providers alike an opportunity to understand how they might be a better ally and better serve the lgbtqia+ community.

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Navigating Resilience
Presented by: Jamie Wehmeyer

Oct 28, 2021 from 3:30-4:30pm

Participants will review how resilience is developed. 2. Participants will identify road blocks to resilience. 3. Participants will identify steps to build their own resilience and identify how to help others build resilience.

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Jamie Wehmeyer

Jamie WehmeyerJamie Wehmeyer is the owner of Jamie Wehmeyer, LLC where she provides presentations, trainings and consultation on trauma, traumatic loss, trauma informed practices and resilience. In addition, she is the Coordinator for KC Northland Strong. She believes organizational change must start with senior leadership. Jamie has spent 25 years working in community mental health centers, with most of that time being in management roles. Though out her career she has studied the impact trauma has on leading health and wellness. Trauma Informed Practices provided a clear lens for her work in helping individuals heal from trauma. Personal trauma and experience with various systems including the courts and schools has increased her passion for seeing Trauma Informed Care and resiliency being embraced throughout the community. Jamie received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas and is a Licensed Clinical Social worker.

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