Road to Resilience 2019 Conference
Thank you for helping us make the 2019 Annual NAMI Texas Conference a success!
November 8th-9th, 2019
Marriott West Loop by the Galleria.
Click on the images below to view PDF versions of workshop Power Point Presentations from our conference!
Advocating for Someone with Anosognosia While Taking Care of Yourself
Betsy Johnson, Treatment Advocacy Center
NAMI Texas and the 86th Legislative Session
Alissa Sughrue, Policy Coordinator, NAMI Texas
Family Intervention Restorative Services of Texas (FIRST)
John Jordan, Juvenile Division Chief, Harris County District Attorney’s Office
Sarah Strong, Mobile Crisis Outreach Team Program Director, The Harris Center
Lizette Capuchina, FIRST Coordinator, Harris County Juvenile Probation Department
Movement, Motivation and Mental Health
Colleen Gardner, LPC BHCM I
The Suite Spot: Using Google Suite to Maximize Your Impact
Karen Ranus, Executive Director, NAMI Central Texas
Katrina Anaya, Director of Operations, NAMI Central Texas
The Military Culture: Checking Your
Margaret Gallagher, PhD., RN (Retired)
Casey Fogle, Veteran Spouse
Derrick H. Lindsey, SSG (Retired), OIF & OEF Veteran
Holly Doggett, MSML, Veteran Partner
Bringing Faith and Mental Health Together
Gary M. Blau, PhD
The Harris Center for Mental Health & IDD
Keena Pace, LCSW, Chief Operating Officer, The Harris Center
Click on the image below to view the full PDF of our 2019 Road to Resilience conference program:
We are proud to present you with the keynote speakers at Road to Resilience: the 2019 NAMI Texas Annual Conference. These speakers reflect the expertise in mental health and the diversity that Houston is known for.
Kim Ogg, District Attorney of Harris County (Harris County District Attorney’s Office)
Ed Gonzalez, Sheriff of Harris County (Harris County Sheriff’s Office)
Wayne Young, CEO of The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD
Alan Detlaff, Dean of the UH Graduate College of Social Work
2019 NAMI Texas Awards Celebration
Our dinner and awards celebration was on Friday, November 8th to honor our state’s best mental health advocates, experts, peers and volunteers!