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Is Anyone Better Off?

Host Joe Halko connects with Alison Krompf, Quality Manager; Tony Stevens, Crisis Team Leader; Cara Corneau, Service Coordinator for the Community Support Team; and Amanda Morong, Transitional Support and Academy of Learning Team Leader. With a focus on the three programs within NCSS, and an emphasis on population health, prevention, and wellness, Joe and his guests address the question: is anyone better off?

 

Meet Todd Bauman

Host Joe Halko talks with Todd Bauman, new executive director of Northwestern Counseling & Support Services. Bauman discusses what brought him to the position and what he sees for the organization in an ever-changing healthcare landscape.

Blueprint Self-Management Workshops

Host Joe Halko connects with Deana Chase, Integrated Health Team Leader and Regional Coordinator for the Blueprint Self-Management Workshops, and Rebecca Chaplin, Social Work Care Coordinator and workshop facilitator. In this episode, learn about the self-management workshops designed to offer support to individuals with chronic conditions.

 

Impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences

 
Host Joe Halko connects with Samantha Thomas, Children's Initial Response Team Leader; Danielle Lindley, Director of Children, Youth & Family Services; Amy Johnson, Parent Child Center Program Manager. In this episode, learn about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the lasting health impacts--mental and physical--that ACEs can have on individuals into adulthood. The group discusses various protective factors, such as early identification, increased knowledge, and access to concrete supports.

 

A Discussion with Ted Mable

Host Joe Halko connects with Ted Mable, long time executive director of Northwestern Counseling & Support Services. In this interview, learn what inspired Ted throughout his career and what ultimately led him to the mental health field and to St. Albans. During his tenure, the agency has grown from 100 employees to nearly 600 employees and has undergone great changes in terms of culture and structural organization.

NCSS is seeking qualified candidates. Check out this video to see what we're all about! You can visit our careers page to see open positions!

 

 

NCSS Here for You: United Way of Northwest Vermont

Host Joe Halko connects with staff from the United Way of Northwest Vermont: Molly Lambert, Interim Executive Director; Amy Carmola, Director of Community Impact; and Paul Chapman, Community Impact Manager for Franklin and Grand Isle Counties. In this episode, Joe and his guests discuss the functions of the United Way of Northwest Vermont and what impact this great organization strives to achieve in the community.

 

 

NCSS Here for You: A Day in the Life

Host Joe Halko connects with Lisa Langlois, service coordinator, and Ken Gagne, NCSS' board of directors member, to talk about Ken's daily life, living with cerebral palsy.

 

 

NCSS Here for You: Celebrating Staff

In this episode, watch some highlights from NCSS' Annual Meeting! This episode focuses on celebrating staff and the outstanding services our staff delivers day after day and year and year.

NCSS Here for You: 2016 Award Ceremony

In this episode, watch the awards ceremony from the 2016 Annual Meeting.  Bob Begley, on behalf of Martha's Kitchen, received the Marcheta Townsend Community Partner Award for outstanding contributions to the community.  Tric Rogati and Melissa Machia both received the Partner in Excellence Award, the highest honor that NCSS awards its staff.

NCSS Here for You: 2016 Annual Report to the Community

Host Joe Halko shares clips from the NCSS Annual Meeting that was held on November 2, 2016. This episode highlights the annual report to the community presented by Ted Mable, Kathy Brown, Tony Treanor, Steve Broer, and Todd Bauman.

 

 

 

NCSS Here for You: Perinatal Mental Health Counseling

NCSS Here for You host, Joe Halko, talks with Heather Wilson, Early Childhood Support Team Leader; Jessica Dewes, Early Childhood Specialist; and Anna Gabaree, Supervisor of the Northwestern Medical Center Birth Center about perinatal mental health counseling.

 

 

 

NCSS Here for You: Clinical Programming in Developmental Services

Host Joe Halko connects with Kathy Brown, Director of Developmental Services and Amber Schaeffler, Developmental Services Program Manager to discuss the various programming available in our DS division. In this episode, you'll hear about dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a group program that typically runs for 16 weeks and biofeedback therapy, an alternative form of therapy that helps one develop self regulation by learning to control heart rate and breathing. Kathy and Amber also discuss quality oversight and overall priorities within the DS division.

 

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