Wayside Women Services ECHO

ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to demonopolize knowledge and amplify capacity to provide best practice care. The Wayside Women Services (WWS) ECHO will focus on sharing practice information that enables participating organizations to empower women to recover sobriety, identity, home, family, and community.

 

Get Involved

If you are interested in participating in the WWS ECHO – contact Rebecca Buller rebecca.buller@waysiderc.org

 

While Project ECHO started as a tool used in the medical field, it has a variety of applications in both medical and behavioral health, education, and research.  The WWS ECHO, funded by a DHS Opioid Grant, will provide an ongoing and regular opportunity for communication for those serving Minnesota women and families experiencing SUD/OUD. Using simple video conferencing technology we will:

  • Present actual client cases, or service descriptions, in a de-identified format, and receive input
  • Access collective knowledge on working with women with diverse experiences and cultural considerations
  • Access approved continuing education credits

 

The WWS ECHO focuses on providers including, LADC, LPC, LPCC, RN, LPN, LICSW, LSW, LMFT, and MAT providers and all those who provide support to this population.

 

WWS ECHO sessions include a 10-15 minute topic outline or update, followed by specific case or service presentations and group discussion and input. ECHO session topics are developed and delivered by inter-professional experts and cases or services come from the experiences of our ECHO members. WWS ECHO sessions take place on the first Thursday of each month from 12-1:00.  (Pending participant desire, we may add a session on the third Thursday of each month.)

 

We look forward to growing together and enhancing our ability to be of service!

 

  

Friday, February 23, 2018

Fire Up or Burn Out!

As professionals, we are exposed to stress and trauma each day. Clients come to us for help and share with us extreme pain and shame. We must know how to deal with it, dissipate it and be balanced. In this presentation, we will discuss how the brain processes stress, review the self-care wheel, and implement the three principles to diffuse secondary trauma.

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