Just a Parent

By Jennifer Griffis, author of “Parenting with Hope” blog series August 2017  Join us as Jen shares her experience at the 13th annual TCOM Conference in San Antonio, TX this past fall. — As I walked up to the conference registration table, a feeling of inadequacy began tugging at the corners of my mind. “I don’t belong here.”  I thought. “Everyone else has so much more knowledge and experience. I’m just a parent.” This wasn’t an unfamiliar feeling. I’d felt it at most of our intake appointments and treatment planning meetings for… Read More

Conference Collaboration

by: Evelyn Kintner and Max Kintner, Northern Rivers The October 2017 TCOM Conference provided an incredible opportunity for Max and I to present with Stephen Shimshock and Yvonne Humenay Roberts from Casey Family Programs. Although first intimidated by our illustrious co-presenters, it took all of 20 minutes over lunch before Max and I quickly formed a bond with Stephen and Yvonne.   Combining our presentations was an easy affair since we shared a common focus on the two individuals in the therapeutic exchange arena: the practitioner who oversees care provision and serves as… Read More

Wrapping up #TCOM2017

November 2017 Update: Presentations from the conference are now available here!   Thank you to those who attended the 13th annual TCOM Conference. It was another great year and YOU are the biggest part of what made this conference a success! Make sure to fill out your post conference surveys. Your feedback will be used to help plan next year’s conference! General Conference Survey: https://redcap.uchicago.edu/surveys/?s=T4KPN3TKCL Individual Session Surveys (repeat to reflect all sessions): https://redcap.uchicago.edu/surveys/?s=WAJRWJNXTM  All conferences have key note speakers, a variety of presentations, and even good food J, but what makes the… Read More

Building Bridges and Collaborative Leadership

Building Bridges and Collaborative Leadership. Post 3 by @mcgill_ken

Principle 6. Time frames for measurement are defined

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Principle 5. The What, not the Why

Communimetrics Key Principle #5