Ken McGill, EdS, LMFT has been the CANS/TCOM Trainer for the New Jersey Children’s System of Care for the past 12 years. His first introduction to the CANS and Communimetrics was back in 2004, when he attended a training that John Lyons was facilitating in his home state New Jersey. It was in his role as a Regional Care Coordinator for the Contracted Systems Administrator to support the rollout of the statewide system of care for the northern region of the state.
Ken’s is currently serving as President of the New Jersey Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (NJAMFT). His total number of years serving the New Jersey Children’s System of Care (NJCSOC) is 17, spending 4 years as a Clinical Director of a Care Manager Organization before transferring to Rutgers University-University Behavioral Health Care-Behavioral Research Training Institute.
He was the 2013 recipient of the Praed Foundation’s Outcomes Champion (CANS) Award for his work in children’s systems of care and outcomes management. He has more than 20 years of experience in marriage and family therapy, education and research. Ken received his Education Specialist degree in marriage and family therapy from and his Master’s in Education from Seton Hall University.
Ken has attended and presented at the annual TCOM Conference for the past 14 years. Over these years, says he has “learned from very intelligent people about training, certification, implementation, data analyses and managing complex systems”. We are honored to have Ken join us as the Conference Program Chair for this upcoming 2021 annual TCOM conference.
We encourage you to read more about Ken’s story and background in his blog post here.
If you would like to get in touch with Ken McGill, you can contact with him at firstname.lastname@example.org.