PUBLIC SPEAKING

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Elke spoke at TEDxSIT in May 2011, video here:

Information here:

http://tedxsit.com/speakers.html

 

INVITED LECTURES & SYMPOSIUM – ACADEMIA

Rechberger, E. (2016, February). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Paramedic and EMT Refresher recertification course in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2016, January). Caring for our Most Vulnerable: Mandated Reporting for Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2015, September). Introduction to Motivational Interviewing. Lecture for the Fuller Psychological and Family Services clinic in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2015, July). Human Sexuality, Gender, and Diverse Experiences: Current Research, Assessment, and Clinical Intervention. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2015, February). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Paramedic and EMT Refresher recertification course in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2015, January). Caring for our Most Vulnerable: Mandated Reporting for Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2014, November). Introduction to Motivational Interviewing. Lecture for the Fuller Psychological and Family Services clinic in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2014, February). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Paramedic and EMT Refresher recertification course in Loma Linda, CA.


Rechberger, E. (2014, February). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA


Rechberger, E. (2013, August). Human Sexuality, Gender, and Diverse Experiences: Current Research, Assessment, and Clinical Intervention. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA


Rechberger, E. (2013, August). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.



Rechberger, E. (2013, July). High Risk Clinical Situations: Child Sexual Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA


Rechberger, E. (2013, February). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Paramedic and EMT Refresher Training in Loma Linda, CA.

Rechberger, E. (2012, July). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.


Rechberger, E. (2011, September). High Risk Clinical Situations: Mandated Reporting for Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2011, August). The Intersection of Gender and Human Sexuality: Exploration, Assessment, and Clinical Intervention. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2010, August). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2010, July). Trauma, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Needs in Urban Settings. Lecture for “LA Urban Immersion: Transforming the City” sponsored by Fuller Seminary, Bakke Graduate University, and Kingdom Causes in Los Angeles, CA

 

Rechberger, E (2009, August). Gender and Human Sexuality: Exploration, Assessment, and Clinical Intervention. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2009, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E (2008, August). Gender and Human Sexuality: Exploration, Assessment, and Clinical Intervention. Lecture for the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2008, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, August). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, May). Community Interventions for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Needs. Lecture conducted for the University of California, Los Angeles’ Graduate School of Nursing in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, July). PTSD & Treatment Modalities. Lecture for the UCLA School of Nursing Neuropsychiatric Nursing Program in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., (2005, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, July). Trauma, Co-Occurring Disorders, & Evidence-Based Clinical Interventions for Women. Training conducted for the University of California, Los Angeles’ Graduate School of Nursing.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, May). Making a Difference: Providing Integrated Treatment Services in Your Community. Training conducted for the University of California, Los Angeles’ Graduate School of Nursing.

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, July). Trauma, Co-Occurring Disorders, & Clinical Interventions for Women. Training conducted for the University of California, Los Angeles’ School of Nursing.

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, July). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, Sexual Assault and Neglect: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University.

 

Rechberger, E. (2002, August). Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, and Sexual Assault: Mandated Reporting and Professional Intervention. Lecture for the Allied School of Health, Loma Linda University.

 

Brown, V. & Rechberger, E. (2002, July). Trauma, Co-Occurring Disorders, & Treatment Issues for Women and Children. Training conducted for the University of California, Los Angeles’ School of Nursing.

 

Rechberger, E. (2001, August). Three Kinds of Abuse: Mandated Reporting for Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, and Sexual Assault. Lecture conducted for the Allied School of Health at Loma Linda University.

 

Rechberger, E. (2001, May). Rule Number One: Know Thyself. Lecture conducted at La Sierra University in Riverside, California.

 

Rechberger, E. (2001, February). The Eleventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Have Sex With Clients. Lecture conducted for Fuller Psychological and Family Services in Pasadena, California.

 

Rechberger, E. (2000, June). Three Kinds of Abuse: Mandated Reporting for Domestic Violence, Physical Abuse, and Sexual Assault. Lecture conducted for the Allied School of Health at Loma Linda University.

 

Rechberger, E. (1997, October). Motivation and Emotion. Lecture conducted for Pepperdine University.

 

Malony, N., Bjork, J., & Rechberger, E. (1997, May). Violence Unveiled. Symposium conducted at the Travis Research Institute, Pasadena, California.

 

Rechberger, E. (1996, November). Violence and Adolescence. Two lectures conducted at Azusa Pacific University, School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences, Department of Graduate Psychology.

 

Rechberger, E. (1995, March). Child Abuse and its Effects. Lecture conducted at Roosevelt School in Pasadena, CA.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Rechberger, E. (2010, May). Recovering from Disaster: Trauma Interventions and Evidence-Based Practices for First Responders. Workshop conducted for mental health professionals, faculty, and students working in displaced person camps in Port au Prince, Haiti.

 

Rechberger, E. (2010, May). Clinical Supervision: Core Competencies, Assessment, and Remediation Strategies. Workshop conducted for mental health professionals and University of Haiti faculty in Port au Prince, Haiti.

 

Rechberger, E. (2009, August). Building Resilience in Traumatized Children from Co-occurring Disordered Families. Workshop presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

 

PLENARY & PRESENTATIONS FOR NATIONAL, REGIONAL, AND STATE CONFERENCES

Rechberger, E. (2012, September). Vicarious Traumatization: Signs, Symptoms, and Interventions. Workshop conducted at the Strengthening Connections Between Parents and Children Affected by Substance Abuse, HIV, and Trauma conference in Austin, TX.

 

Rechberger, E. (2009, March). Traumatic Grief and Loss. In M. Durfee (Chair), Childhood Traumatic Grief and Later Antisocial Behaviors, Including Violence. Workshop conducted at the meeting of the 5th Annual Childhood Grief and Loss conference: Restoring Joy to Children and Their Families, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2008, May). Best Practices in Co-Occurring Disorders. In K. Seim (Chair), Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment. Symposium conducted at the State Associations of Addiction Services / Network for the Improvement of Addiction Treatment: Collaborative Magic conjoint conference in Orlando, FL.

 

Duffy. R. & Rechberger, E. (2007, September). From Shouting to Sharing: Innovations in Family-Centered Treatment for Severely Emotionally Disturbed Pre-Schoolers. Workshop presented at the California Institute for Mental Health – Rose Jenkins Conference in Sacramento, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, August). Transforming Treatment: Innovations in Trauma-Informed Treatment for Children. In C. Falender (Chair), Children’s Mental Health: Innovations in Evidence-Based Treatment for Ethnic Minority Children and Adolescents. Cross-cutting symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

Icenhower, K., Tienda, S., & Rechberger, E. (2007, July). There’s No Place Like Home: Innovations in Family-Centered Treatment. Presentation for the 8th Annual Arizona Summer Institute, The Balancing Act: Innovation, Fidelity, and Accountability in an Era of Evidence-Based Implementations in Sedona, AZ.

 

Rechberger, E., & Boardman, B. (2006, October). Let’s Get ‘Em There and Keep ‘Em There: Innovative Practices for Client Engagement and Retention in Treatment. Presentation for the 5th Annual Statewide Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders Across the Lifespan conference in Long Beach, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, August). Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake and Increase Continuation in Treatment. In J.P. Wisdom (Chair), Women-Focused Addiction Treatment: Process Improvement for Gender-Targeted Services. Presidential Initiative symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Rechberger, E., Seim, K., & Maldonado, A. (2006, July). Effective Engagement and Retention Strategies: Innovative Practices for Women in Substance Abuse Treatment. Mini-plenary for the National Conference on Women, Addiction, and Recovery: News You Can Use in Anaheim, CA.

 

Brown, V. & Rechberger, E. (2006, March). Evidence-Based Practices and Promising Practices for Women. Workshops conducted for the 18th Annual Southwest Regional Behavioral Health Conference: Working Together in a Changing World in Albuquerque, NM.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, March). Methamphetamines and Families: Parenting Interventions, Children’s Resiliency, and Familial Outcomes. Workshops for UC Davis’ Research to Practice: The Impact of Alcohol and Drugs on Children and Families in the Child Welfare System conference in Redding, CA and Davis, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, January). Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake. Presentation for the Los Angeles County Process Improvement Pilot Project in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Brown, V., & Rechberger, E. (2005, November). Integrating Trauma, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Services: An Updated View. Workshop presented at the Western Conference on Addictions: Best Practices and Community Interventions in Universal City, CA.

 

Brecht, L., & Rechberger, E. (2005, July). Women & Methamphetamines: Parenting Interventions, Children’s Resiliency, and Familial Outcomes. Presentation for the State of Nevada Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse & the University of Nevada CASAT’s 37th Annual Summer Institute in Reno, NV.

 

Brown, V., & Rechberger, E. (2005, June). Integrated Trauma Treatment: The Missing Link in Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment. Presentation for the 4th Annual State-wide Co-Occurring Disorders Conference in Long Beach, CA.

 

Gallon, S. & Rechberger, E. (2005, March). An Introduction to Process Improvement: A Community Forum for Addiction Treatment Providers in Los Angeles County. Presentation for CEOs and Executive Directors in Arcadia, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, February). Integrated Trauma, Substance Abuse, and Mental Illness: Clinical Interventions and Research Outcomes. Presentation for UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, December). Vicarious Traumatization Signs, Symptoms, & Intervention: When Helping Others Causes You Pain. Workshop presented at the Distinguished Speaker Series 2004 -2005: Specialized Training for People Who Work with Traumatized Children and Families, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Noether, C., Rechberger, E., & LaClair, C. (2004, November). The SAMHSA Women, Co-Occurring Disorders and Violence (WCDVS) – Children’s Subset Study. Workshop presented at the Dare to Act: Trauma Survivors, Practitioners, Researchers, and Policymakers Creating a Blueprint for Change in Baltimore, MD.

 

Brown, V. & Rechberger, E. (2004, November). Using the “Seeking Safety” Model for PTSD and Addiction. Workshop presented at the Western Conference on Addictions: Best Practices and Community Interventions in Universal City, CA.

 

Finkelstein, N., Russell, L., VanDeMark, N., & Rechberger, E. (2004, July). A Model for Working with Children of Mothers with Co-Occurring Disorders and Histories of Trauma. Workshop presented at the 1st National Conference on Substance Abuse, Child Welfare, and the Dependency Court in Baltimore, MD.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, July). Strategies for Engaging Women Clients. Workshop presented at the Women Across the Life Span: A National Conference on Women, Addiction, and Recovery in Baltimore, MD.

 

Brown, V., & Rechberger, E. (2004, June). Applying Trauma Research to Practice in the Community: Building Trauma-Informed Services for Women. Workshop presented at the 3rd Annual Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders Across the Lifespan conference in Long Beach, CA.

 

Molfenter, T., Rechberger, E., & Toriello, P. (2004, June). Creating a Climate for Organizational Change. Presentation for the 2004 Academy Health Annual Research Meeting in San Diego, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, May). Vicarious Traumatization: When Helping Others Causes You Pain. Workshops presented at the Healing Our Village 14th Annual Skills Building Conference in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2004, April). Integrating Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Trauma Services for Women, Plenary address; and Implementing “Seeking Safety” Groups to Improve Therapeutic Outcomes” workshops, for the Psychiatric Nursing 2004: Enhancing the Quality of Life for Persons with Persistent Mental Illness conference in Las Vegas, NV.

 

Rechberger, E., Finkelstein, N., VanDeMark, N., Andersen, R., Bjelajac, P. (2004, March). Clinical Interventions and Service Integration: Lessons Learned from the Women, Co-Occurring Disorders and Violence Study. Paper presented at the

2nd World Congress on Women’s Mental Health in Washington, D.C.

 

Brown, V., Rechberger, E., & Bjelajac, P. (2004, February). Integrated Trauma-Informed Practice. Workshop presented at the California Mental Health Directors & County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrators Association “Co-Occurring Disorders: One Team with One Plan for One Person” meeting in Burlingame, CA.

 

Wenzel, S., & Rechberger, E. (2003, November). Violence, Drug Use , & HIV Risk Among Women: Research and Treatment in Los Angeles County. Symposium presented on behalf of the County of Los Angeles – Department of Health Services at the Los Angeles County Alcohol and Drug Program Administration in Alhambra, CA.

 

Brown, V. & Rechberger, E. (June, 2003). PROTOTYPES Trauma Model: Integrating Treatment for Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, Trauma, and HIV/AIDS. Workshop presented at the Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders Across the Lifespan in Long Beach, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, May). Nurturing Program for Families in Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery. Workshop presented at the Healing Our Village 13th Annual Skills Building Conference in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, April). Vicarious Traumatization: Signs, Symptoms, & Intervention, Plenary speech; and When It Hurts to Help: Resolving Symptoms of Vicarious Traumatization workshops,for Psychiatric Nursing 2003: Creating a Healing Environment in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Brown, V. & Rechberger, E. (2003, April). Gender-Sensitive Integrated Treatment Services.Symposium presented at the Southwest Regional Behavioral Health Conference in Albuquerque, NM.

 

Rechberger, E. (2002, November). Integrated Treatment for Addressing Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Domestic Violence for Women and their Children. Symposium presented at the Healthy, Safe, and Sober: Bringing Hawaii’s Systems into Partnership conference in Waikiki, Oahu.

 

Rechberger, E., & Pannell, L. (2002, October). Addressing Trauma (PTSD) with Adolescents: Diversion Programs and Other Entries into Treatment. Symposium conducted for the Taking it to the Streets conference in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2002, October). The Impact of Traumatic Experiences: Accompanying Sequelae. Training conducted for Inter-Community Alternatives Network in Pasadena, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., Young-Lowe, K., & deChabert, J. (2001, November). Integrated Response: Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Domestic Violence Problems. Training conducted for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health personnel and other local service provider staff in Los Angeles, CA. 

 

Rechberger, E. (2001, August). Recognizing and Understanding Issues for Women with Co-Occurring Disorders and their Children: Bridging the Gap Between Treatment Concerns and Systems Intervention. Symposium presented at the Third Regional State Team-Building Workshop, “Protecting Children: Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare Working Together,” in San Francisco, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., and Bjelajac, P. (2001, May). Dually-Diagnosed Clients: Integrating Systems of Care. Symposium presented at the Eleventh Annual PROTOTYPES Skills Building Conference in Los Angeles, California.

 

Rechberger, E. (2001, April). Promoting Resilience: Trauma-Informed Interventions for Children ages 5-10. Symposium presented at the Seventh Annual American Indian and Alaska Native Child Care Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.

 

Neely, M., Allison, D., Davis, I. J., Weiner, L., Pickett, K., & Rechberger, E. (2001, April). Multiple Diagnosis: What Are We Talking About? Symposium presented at the Common Ground, Common Language, Common Goals: Bringing Substance Abuse Practice and Research Together conference in Los Angeles, California.

 

Rechberger, E. (1997, April). Assessing Childhood Criminal Behavior: An Ethical Dilemma. Poster session presented at the annual meeting for the California Psychological Association.

 

Rowley, L., Vogt, N., & Rechberger, E. (1997, April). Therapeutic Benefits of Forgiveness. Poster session presented at the annual meeting for the California Psychological Association.

 

 

PLENARY & PRESENTATIONS FOR FEDERAL RESEARCH AND NATIONAL GRANTEE MEETINGS

Rechberger, E. (2009, June). Motivational Interviewing in the Courtroom. Presentation for SAMHSA CSAT Criminal Justice: Treatment Drug Courts grantee meeting in Anaheim, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2008, October). Best Practices for the Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders. Presentation for the SAMHSA CSAT TCE Methamphetamine Grantee Meeting in Rockville, MD.

 

Strauss, E., Rechberger, E., & Spigal, R. (2006, July). Strategies for the Engagement and Retention of Clients. Presentation for the Access to Recovery Summer 2006 Grantee conference in San Francisco, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., Seim, K., & Maldonado, A. (2006, May). Building Relationships: Strategies for Effective Engagement and Retention. Opening plenary for the NIATX Learning Session VI in Orlando, FL.

 

Amatetti, S., & Rechberger, E. (2006, February). Methamphetamines, Women, & Violence: Strategies for Effective Engagement and Treatment. Presentation for the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Newly Funded Targeted Capacity Expansion Methamphetamine & Earmark Grantee Meeting in Washington, D.C.

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, October). Using Motivational Interviewing to Decrease No-Shows to Intake and to Increase Continuation in Treatment. Presentation for the NIATx Learning Session V in Baltimore, MD.

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, August). Innovative Practices for Engaging and Retaining Clients in Treatment. Presentation for the CSAT Women & Children’s Treatment Grantee Clinical Meeting in Washington, D.C.

 

Rechberger, E., Acker, M. L., Donald, T. L., & Grijalva-Gonzales, G. (2002, January). Understanding and Treating Children Impacted by Violence, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Disorders. Symposium presented at the CSAT Targeted Capacity Expansion Grantee Meeting: Treatment, Hope, and Healing in Washington, D.C.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS & TRAININGS FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Rechberger, E. & Meyer, W. (2009, June). Motivational Interviewing in the Courtroom. Workshop presented at the 15th Annual National Association of Drug Court Professionals conference in Anaheim, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, October). Motivational Interviewing in Death Penalty Cases. Workshop conducted for the Los Angeles County Public Defender Capital Case Seminar in Los Angeles, CA

 

Rechberger, E., & Stalcup, A. (2005, December). Effective Judicial Interventions: Promoting Trauma-Informed Treatment Services in Order to Halt Trans-generational Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Interpersonal Violence in Families. Presentation for the Beyond the Bench Conference for Judges, Lawyers, and Court Personnel in San Diego, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., & Stalcup, A. (2005, June). Effective Judicial Interventions: Promoting Trauma-Informed Treatment Services in Order to Halt Trans-generational Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Interpersonal Violence in Families. Presentation for the Solano County Superior Court of California Judges, Lawyers, and Court personnel in Fairfield, CA.

 

Rechberger, E., & Stalcup, A. (2005, April). Effective Judicial Interventions: Promoting Trauma-Informed Treatment Services in Order to Halt Trans-generational Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Interpersonal Violence in Families. Presentation for the San Diego County Courts of California Judges, Lawyers, and Court Personnel in San Diego, CA.

 

Brown, V., Rechberger, E., & Fogg, E. (May, 2003). Gender-Sensitive Drug Treatment. Entire day training for all Los Angeles County Drug Court and Proposition 36 Judges, Lawyers, and Court Personnel in Los Angeles, CA.

 

 

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR STATES, COUNTIES, AND COMMUNITY- BASED ORGANIZATIONS

Rechberger, E. (2014, November). Introduction to Motivational Interviewing. Training for Fuller Psychological and Family Services in Pasadena, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2009, September). Motivational Interviewing. 2-day training for Indiana Access to Recovery conference in Indianapolis, IN.

 

Rechberger, E. (2009, August). Motivational Interviewing. 2-day training for Indiana Access to Recovery, for Faith-Based initiatives, in Granger, IN.

 

Icenhower, K., Tienda, S., Rechberger, E., Daniels, D. (2009, March). Point of Engagement: Differential Response in Child Welfare Crises. Series of day-long certification trainings on Up-Front Assessments protocol for all Family Preservation agencies in Los Angeles County, CA.

 

Rechberger, E (2008, September). Best Practices in Clinical Supervision. Lecture for the Fuller Psychological and Family Services Clinic in Pasadena, CA

 

Rechberger, E. (2008, April). Process Improvement and Motivational Interviewing: Systems Change and Service Improvement in San Mateo County. Technical Assistance training for El Centro de Libertad treatment agencies in Redwood City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2008, January). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, November). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, June). Systems Change and Service Improvement in Josephine County: Best Practices and Evidence-Based Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders. Technical Assistance training for Josephine County, OR substance abuse, mental health, criminal justice, employment, and homeless shelter agencies. 

 

Rechberger, E. (2007, January). Building Resilience: A Skills-Based Intervention Group for Children Ages 5 to 10 years,

in Families with Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Trauma. Technical Assistance training for the Texas Partnership for Family Recovery / Texas Department of State Health Services in Corpus Christi, TX.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, October). Effective Strategies for Working with Families with Co-Occurring Disorders and Manifesting Change: Using Motivational Interviewing to Engage Clients in Treatment. Technical Assistance presentations for Improving Women’s Retention in Treatment CalWCF Regional Training for Contra Costa County in Concord, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, September). Building Resilience: A Skills-Based Intervention Group for Children. Technical Assistance training for Sutter County Health and Human Services in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, August). Effective Case Management Strategies for Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment and Manifesting Change: Using Motivational Interviewing to Engage Clients in Treatment. Technical Assistance presentations for Improving Women’s Retention in Treatment CalWCF Regional Training for Humboldt County in Fortuna, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, July). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, June). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, June). Working with Families with Multiple Vulnerabilities and Manifesting Change: Using Motivational Interviewing to Engage Clients in Treatment. Technical Assistance presentations for Improving Women’s Retention in Treatment CalWCF Regional Training in Fresno, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, April). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, March). Effective Interventions for Clients with Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and Trauma. Technical Assistance training for WestCare Health Services in Fresno, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2006, February). Building Resilience: A Skills-Based Intervention Group for Children. Training for Sutter County Health and Human Services in Yuba City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, September). Seeking Safety: A Treatment Model for PTSD and Substance Abuse. Training for the Sutter County Human Services Department in Yuba City, CA.

 

Brecht, L., & Rechberger, E. (2005, May). Methamphetamines & Mothers: Promoting Trauma-Informed Treatment Services in Order to Halt Trans-generational Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Interpersonal Violence in Families. Technical Assistance training for the University of Arizona/ABHP in Benson, AZ.

 

Rechberger, E. (2005, April). Transforming Our Treatment Systems: Providing Integrated Trauma-Informed Interventions in Order to Engage and Retain Clients in Treatment. Technical Assistance training provided for California Protective Parents Association’s 11th Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness conference in Davis, CA

 

Rechberger, E., & Markoff, L. (2004, August). Trauma, Substance Abuse, and Mental Illness: Strategies for Engaging Clients in Treatment. Two-day Technical Assistance training provided via CSAT for North Oklahoma County Mental Health Center, Inc., in Oklahoma City, OK.

 

Brown, V., & Rechberger, E. (2004, August). New Mexico Statewide Women’s Treatment Services Planning. Two-day Technical Assistance training provided via CSAT for the State of New Mexico in Aubuquerque, NM.

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, November). The Impact of Traumatic Experiences: Accompanying Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues. Training conducted for Inter-Community Alternatives Network in Pasadena, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. (2003, April). Vicarious Traumatization: Individual Symptoms & Organizational Intervention. Presentation for the Jordan Downs’ Wellness Village in Culver City, CA.

 

Rechberger, E. & Bjelajac, P. (2002, June). Trauma-Specific Treatment for Women: Clinical Interventions and Program Integration. Training conducted for the California Women’s Mental Health Policy Council in Pasadena, CA.