2012 Problem Solving Courts Conference: Back to the Basics and Beyond

Back to the Basics and Beyond

2012 PROBLEM SOLVING COURTS CONFERENCE

May 15 – 16, 2012

 

 

Continuing Education Credit:
NASW—10.25 hours
NAADAC—10.25 hours
AZPOST— Up to 6.5 hours
COJET—9.25 hours
AZBAR—Some sessions (Workshops 1 & 2 and Sessions 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 12, and 21) may qualify for CLE credit, up to a maximum of 5.5 hours.

 

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

12:00-1:00 p.m.    Registration

1:00-1:30 p.m.      LA SALA BALLROOM

Maricopa County Welcome and Videos
Robin Hoskins, Maricopa County Superior Court

1:30-1:45 p.m.      Break

1:45-4:15 p.m.      Concurrent Workshops:

LA SALA BALLROOM—WEST
Workshop 1: Sanctions and Incentives
Carolyn Hardin, National Drug Court Institute (NDCI)

LA SALA BALLROOM—EAST|
Workshop 2:  Drug Testing 101
The Science of Drug Testing—TASC
New Arizona Code—Mark Stodola, Administrative
Office of the Courts (AOC)
Practical Application—Brad Mattingly, Coconino
County DUI/Drug Court

5:00 p.m.                Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals (AADCP) Networking Reception*

Embassy Suites North Phoenix
2577 West Greenway Road, Phoenix

 

*As a participant of the conference, you are now a member of the Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals. We cordially invite you to attend this reception to network with other member to learn about the Association, its mission and activities. Please join us in the Ventanas Room on the lobby level of the Embassy Suites North Phoenix, located at Greenway Road & I-17. Complimentary snacks will be served and beverages will be available for purchase.

 

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

7:00-8:00 a.m.      Registration

8:00 a.m.               LA SALA BALLROOM: The Presentation of the Colors

8:05 a.m.               AADCP Membership Information

Carlos Daniel Carrion, AADCP President

8:15-9:15 a.m.      Welcome

Dr. Michael Shafer—Director, Center for Applied Behavioral
Health Policy, Arizona State University
Judge Nannette Warner— Pima County Superior Court (Ret.)
David Rozema—Coconino County Attorney
Carolyn Hardin—Director, NDCI
Chief Justice Rebecca Berch—Arizona Supreme Court

9:15 a.m.               Opening Keynote: Back to the Future

Dr. Cary Heck, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Wyoming

10:15-10:30 a.m.   Break

10:30 a.m.             Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Session 1
Healthy Teams = Successful Participants
John Morris, Yavapai County Adult Probation Supervisor, and Michelle Hodsden, Supervisor, Coconino County Adult Probation

Session 2
Chronic Public Intoxication: A Public Health Issue, Not a
Criminal Justice Issue
Brad Carlyon, Navajo County Attorney, and Kelly Clark, Navajo County Sheriff

Session 3
Serving the Mentally Ill Population by Law Enforcement and Mental Health Treatment Agencies: “We are All in This Together”
Joseph Pallo, April Sadler, Fred Wilhalme, and T. Zawlocki, Maricopa County Adult Probation

Session 4
Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Problem
Solving Courts and Other Criminal Justice Settings
Adrienne Belitsos & John Rorke, ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy, Carol Power, Compass Behavioral Health Care; Ken Robinson, Pima County Adult Probation

Session 5
Sustainability
Carolyn Hardin, Director, NDCI

Session 6
Accessing Community Resources to Increase Success in
Misdemeanor Prosecution
Matthew Buesing, John Tutelman, and Patricia George, City of Phoenix
Prosecutor’s Office

Session 7
Suboxone Therapy for Opiate Addiction
Dr. Michael Carlton, President, Accredited Internal Medicine PC

Session 8
Paying it Forward: Reintegration for Veterans
Hon. Michael D. Hintze, Maricopa County Superior Court; Tiffany Grissom,
Maricopa County Adult Probation; Penny Miller, Phoenix VA Medical Center;
Moderated by Khonsavanh Silivongxay, LMSW, Magellan Mental Health Services

Session 9
Running Effective Specialty Courts
Brad Mattingly, Coconino County DUI/Drug Court, and Karen Barnes, Maricopa County Adult Probation

Session 10
Innovative Treatment for Juvenile and Youthful Offenders in Drug Court
Jon Grossman, LMFT, LCSW, Clinical Director, and Derek Allen, LAC, Clinical Therapist, Grossman & Grossman, Ltd.

12:00 p.m.             LA SALA BALLROOM: Boxed Lunch

Please pick up your lunch in the south courtyard.

12:25 p.m.             GPRA Announcement

Vicki Staples, ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

12:30 p.m.             Specialty Court Graduate Panel, Part I

Moderated by Michelle Hodsden, Coconino County Adult Probation

1:00-2:30 p.m.      Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Session 11
The Neurobiology of Addiction
James D. Stoehr, Ph.D., Professor, Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ

Session 12
An In-depth Overview of Forensic Drug Testing and New Drug Trends
Gail French, General Laboratory Supervisor, and Jaime Anderson, Technical Supervisor, Treatment Assessment Screening Center (TASC)

Session 13
Building a Rapport with Your Clients: For Their Success and Yours
Michelle Hodsden, Coconino County Adult Probation, and Adam McLean,
San Cristobal Treatment Center and Spirit Lodge

Session 14
What About Baby Courts?
Hon. Aimee Anderson, Maricopa County Superior Court, Juvenile Division; Hon. Colleen McNally, Associate Presiding Juvenile Judge, Maricopa County Superior Court; Mary Warren, Ph.D., Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, Judy Krysik, Ph.D., ASU School of Social Work

Session 15
Collateral Consequences:  A Juvenile Kept in the Dark May Be a Juvenile in the Dark for Life
Penny L. Willrich, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Law,
Phoenix School of Law, & Andrea Hill, Student, Phoenix School of Law

Session 16
Walking Hand in Hand: Encouraging Collaborative Efforts and Advocacy
Kimberly McCurtain and Amy Schwindt, Maricopa County Adult Probation; Stacey Clay, Magellan Health Services; and Christopher Gonzalez, Hope Lives

Session 17
Recovery in a Trauma Informed System
Trish Bleth, Director, Individual and Family Affairs, Magellan Health Services of
Arizona, and Tom Kelly, CRSS, CPS, Cenpatico of Arizona

Session 18
Strategies for Increasing Retention Rates in Problem Solving Court Programs
MaryAnne Belton and Lawrence M. Sideman, Argosy University, Phoenix

Session 19
We Never Imagined It Would Be this Challenging When We Wrote the Grant-Designing & Implementing A Drug Court for Offenders Addicted to Opiates
Karen Barnes, Maricopa County Adult Probation, Meredith Mechenbier and
Vicki Helland, Community Bridges, Inc. and Vicki Staples, ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

Session 20
There is More Than One Way to Solve a Problem Solving Court
Dianna Kalandros, MA, MA, LPC, and Melissa Knight, Programs Administrator, Pinal County Court Administration

Session 21
Juvenile Transfer Offender Program Court
Judge Sally Duncan, Maricopa County Superior Court, Michelle Rosenberg,
Deputy Public Defender, Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office; Catherine
Button, Adult Probation Officer; and Deneen Bertucci, Youthful Offender Unit Supervisor , Maricopa County Adult Probation

2:30-2:45 p.m.      Break

 

Planning Committee:

Carlos Daniel Carrion, Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals

Karen Barnes, Maricopa County Adult Probation

Mary Lou Brncik, David’s Hope

Tonya Hamilton, Governor’s Office for Children, Youth and Families

Michelle Hodsden, Coconino County Adult Probation

Robin Hoskins, Maricopa County Superior Court

Brandy Huseman, ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

Kim MacEachern, APAAC

Brad Mattingly, Coconino County DUI/Drug Court

John Morris, Yavapai County Adult Probation

Misti Porter, National Association of Drug Court Professionals

Vicki Staples, ASU Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy

Mark Stodola, Arizona Supreme Court/AOC

Ashley Terry, Office of the Public Advocate

Cathryn Whalen, Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office