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An Introduction to Person-Centered Planning

Description: Join Dr. Janis Tondora to learn about person-centered planning and its importance in recovery-oriented practice. As an emerging practice in mental health systems, person-centered planning has presented some administrative and practical challenges, while emerging as a core and essential component of recovery-oriented care. Dr. Tondora will probe some of the common concerns and provide practical guidance regarding both the process and documentation of person-centered plans.

Guest Speaker:

  • Dr. Janis Tondora, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry,Yale University School of Medicine

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