Addressing Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in Primary Care
October 27, 2020
1:00pm - 2:30pm US Mountain Time
2:00pm - 3:30pm US Central Time
This webinar is open to anyone. The free, 90-minutes training is the final session of our six-part series on the intersection of traumatic brain injury and mental health. It will focus on the primary health care community. Drawing on principles presented in previous webinars, this session will address specific concerns of the primary health care community concluding with an overview of the series and a Q & A session.
View slide decks and recordings of sessions 1-5 on this product page.
Caitlin Synovec, OTD, OTR/L
Caitlin Synovec, OTD, OTR/L is an occupational therapist providing consultative services to national and state organizations. She has clinical experience in working with adults experiencing homelessness to improve quality of life and engagement in their preferred communities. She has studied and developed clinical and program resources to address the intersection of homelessness, poverty, traumatic brain injury and mental health, and their impact on health and community living.
Amber Richert, BSN, MSN, DNP
Dr. Amber Richert is a Family Nurse Practitioner at Johns Hopkins Community Physicians Remington in Baltimore, MD. Amber completed her undergraduate studies in Sociocultural Anthropology at Scripps College, and earned her BSN, MSN, and DNP at Johns Hopkins University. After completing her MSN, Amber was selected to participate in Community Health Center's Nurse Practitioner residency program, an experience that has shaped the trajectory of her career and instilled in her a strong commitment to preparing future generations of health care providers.