The Enhancing Your Impact conference brought to BHPN providers at no cost focuses on advancing the practice of behavioral health and evidence-based treatment throughout Northern California
The Behavioral Health Provider Network (BHPN), a non-profit organization headquartered in Walnut Creek, is hosting its first annual conference for continuing education, Enhancing Your Impact, in Livermore, California.
The two-day conference, held January 24-25, provides Board Certified Behavior Analysts with an opportunity to earn twelve (12) continuing education units (CEUs) across the two days with workshops and keynotes from experts in the field, including Dr. Celeste Kidd and Dr. Patrick McGreevy.
"At the BHPN, we are committed to helping our network of providers expand their behavioral health expertise to deliver exceptional clinical quality and simplify the way our clients experience care. By creating and offering this conference along with other CEU opportunities, we ensure that our industry-leading clinicians are able to enhance their impact for the nearly 12,000 families being served in our network annually," said Trent Iden, SVP of the BHPN.
To learn more about the BHPN and Enhancing Your Impact, please visit thebhpn.org.
About the Behavioral Health Provider Network
Since the Behavioral Health Provider Network (BHPN) started in 2012, it has made a significant impact on the lives of children and families living in Northern California. As one of the largest and fastest-growing behavioral health networks in the U.S., its nearly 100 providers and more than 10,000 practitioners are setting the industry standard for care and case management, making it as efficient and effective as possible. In doing so, the BHPN is driving operational excellence while enabling the people they support to live more independent and fulfilling lives.
The BHPN is also a member of a family of companies including the Catalight Foundation, Easterseals Northern California, Easterseals Hawaii and Xolv Technology Solutions. Across this strategic collection of non-profit companies, there are nearly 1,000 employees working together to help responsibly disrupt and transform home and community-based care.