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Putting Tech to Work: Adapting and Enhancing our Services

As a human services organization, while nothing will replace hands-on care, Odyssey House sees a growing role for technology in supporting client services, arming staff with the resources they need to succeed in their roles and helping us stay prepared for future health and economic challenges.

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Please Join Us in Honoring Leaders From the Autism and Behavioral Health Community at the MHNE Leadership Awards Reception on May 12th

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A Safe Space: Digital Tools Supporting Mental Health

As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe last year, collectively, mental health challenges were intensified. With the pandemic, a series of lockdowns, restrictions, and preventative measures were put in place, forcing many of us into isolation, primarily interacting in digital spaces. We've also seen high rates of unemployment, food instability, and other barriers to emotional health throughout the pandemic.

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Intelligent Automation in Mental Health Care: Improving Patient Outcomes and Reducing Clinician Burnout

New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center (NYPCC) has worked with technology partners to identify areas where innovations can be utilized to both improve patient outcomes and reduce staff burnout.

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Analyzing Behavioral and Health Data Together Holds the Potential for Improved Behavioral Treatment

The recording and analysis of behavioral data is a cornerstone of evidence-based behavioral health treatment. Over the past several years, data across a spectrum of health metrics collectively known as Health Informatics, has taken hold in the provider community. Health Informatics data can include any health related measures like weight, sleep, seizure activity and bowel movements. This article will review the promise of combining the two datasets – behavioral and health – to yield new client insights, discover functional connections between behavior and health, and ultimately guide practitioners to improved treatment protocols.

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BHN Editorial Calendar

Summer 2021 Issue

“Trauma Informed Care and Policy”

Deadline: June 17, 2021

Fall 2021 Issue

“The Workforce Crisis in the Shadow of COVID”

Deadline: September 16, 2021

Winter 2022 Issue

“Volunteers and the Vital Role They Play”

Deadline: December 23, 2021

Spring 2022 Issue

“Treatment-Oriented, Recovery-Oriented:

From Either to Both”

Deadline: March 18, 2022

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