HIP is able to offer AMA-PRA Category 1 Credits for CME's and CE units to behavioral health providers including LCSW, LMFT, EP and LPCC with sponsorship by the Family Services Agency of the Central Coast.

The Continuing Medical Education program is sponsored by the Central California Alliance for Health.

CONTINUING 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

UPCOMING CME

Next CME Spring for 2020

REDUCING ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES THROUGH PARENTAL INTERVENTIONS WITH A FOCUS ON DEPRESSION & ANXIETY

Key Note Speakers
Nirmaljit Dhami, MD

                                                       Dr. Nirmaljit                                                             Dhami is the                                                             medical                                                                     director of the                                                        MOMS                                                                      (Maternal                                                                  Outreach                                                                  Mood Services)                                                        program at El                                                          Camino Hospital. She has been with the program since its inception in April 2008. She was instrumental in incorporating a novel, video-based mother baby attachment intervention in the program. Dhami has created a new and comprehensive MOMS self-assessment tool. She is the past board member of the International Perinatal Marce society and serves a panel member on the California Perinatal Mortality Task Force (CA- PMR). Dhami completed her residency in adult psychiatry from UCSD. She has completed a California Health Care Foundation sponsored fellowship in health care leadership from UCSF. Her interests include assessment and treatment of psychotic disorders in pregnancy and postpartum and perinatal suicide. She enjoys spending time with her family and swimming with US masters.

Susan Swick, MD, MPH

 

                                                     Dr. Susan Swick                                                       is the medical                                                           director of                                                                 Ohana, an in-                                                           development                                                           groundbreaking                                                       approach to                                                             child and                                                                  adolescent                                                                behavioral health. Swick was chosen to lead Ohana after an extensive national search for an innovator in the field. Before joining Ohana in October, Swick was chief of the division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts. She completed her training at Columbia University and Harvard Medical School. In leading Ohana, Swick will oversee everything from the construction of a bricks-and-mortar Ohana House to spearheading early intervention, comprehensive support for young people and their families, and partnerships with community organizations and individuals. Along with spending time with her family, she also enjoys reading, baking, and practicing yoga.

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