Creating Environments Where Person Centered Planning Drives Recovery-Oriented Transformation Part 1

March 22, 2022


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Creating a safe, engaging environment can make or break success in mental health and substance use disorder recovery. From helping to create a home (not just “housing”) to holding a safe space in a conversation, it starts with meeting people where they are through Person Centered Planning. This workshop will help you set the stage for recovery-oriented transformation through establishing an environment where the condition of being human is priority number one and the evidence-based practice of Person Centered Planning (PCP) is activated across the system of care. Part One of this workshop will focus on the organizational structure and systems required to support PCP, as well as recruitment and hiring.


Presenter: Remi Kyek, MA, M.F.T., is Mental Health Connecticut’s Chief Experience Officer and has been at MHC for over 30 years. Remi leads internal and external delivery of the recovery-oriented, evidence-based practices for a team of 200+, as well as help to create new services and directly support the personal development and self-care practices of staff. Named in 2021 as a “Connecticut Health Care Hero” from the Hartford Business Journal, Remi’s work is a key reason for MHC receiving a platinum-level certification for Mental Health America’s Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health and top level accreditation from CARF. She holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology from Montclair State College and earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University.



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