Dr. Paul Lebby, Phd.
Dr. Lebby is a Clinical Neuropsychologist who practices at Central California Specialty Medical Group and Valley Children’s Hospital. He received his Doctorate with high honors from the University of California at Berkley and is the author of the book Brain Imaging: A Guide for Clinicians. In addition to being a private practice clinician, Dr. Lebby is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine. He is also the Director of the Department of Neuropsychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.
Attendees of Dr. Lebby’s Keynote presentation will gain an understanding of brain development, cellular differences with exposure to neglect & drugs, developmental costs and effects of environment, assessment of non-accidental trauma, and compensatory strategies.
Charles Ingoglia, MSW
Charles is the Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Practice Improvement at the National Council for Behavioral Health. With more than 20 years of experience in behavioral health, Charles Ingoglia has worked as a provider, advocate, and educator for government and public sector organizations. Ingoglia directs the federal and state affairs function of the National Council for Behavioral Health, and oversees practice improvement and technical assistance programs offered to more than 500,000 behavioral health professionals across the U.S. His efforts have centered on key issues such as parity, healthcare reform, and improving the experience of mental health and addictions care and treatment engagement.
He has worked in a transitional shelter with homeless persons and provided individual, group and couples counseling at the Whitman-Walker Clinic in Washington, DC. Ingoglia is adjunct faculty at the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management.
Amy Lynch is an author and entrepreneur and has helped generations understand each other and work together in this era of accelerating change. People find that Amy’s generational stories parallel their own. They may arrive saying, “That generation is impossible,” but they leave saying, “I can work with that.”
Attendees will be able to identify their own generational expectations about innovation, as well as the expectations of other generations. They will be able to understand why specific conditions and messages encourage innovation in some generations, but not in others and be able to implement practical strategies that free all the generations to innovate.
Mark Potter is in his 18th year as Newman University’s Head Men’s Basketball Coach where he has compiled an overall record of 305-191 (.615), the most wins and best winning percentage in NU men’s basketball history.
Coach Potter will inspire conference participants with his personal story of experiencing severe depression. Nine years ago, Coach Potter missed eight games and 25 practices while recovering. Since then, Coach Potter has been on a mission to get the word out in regards to severe depression and letting people know the importance of going to get help for this dreadful disease. He wants all people to know that there is help if you are willing to get the help.