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Rogers experts speak on the Brown Deer expansion, addiction, autism spectrum disorders, more in April

05/21/21 10:50:am

Every month, Rogers psychologists, psychiatrists, and other staff members share their perspectives in the community by participating in media interviews, webinars, Facebook Lives, and other presentations. Here is what they spoke on in April:

  • As part of the announcement on Rogers’ new Brown Deer residential expansion, Derrick Jordan, MSW, LCSW, vice president of operations in Brown Deer, spoke with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, BizTimes Milwaukee, and WITI-TV (FOX6, Milwaukee). The FOX6 story also featured an interview with Roger Luhn, MD, medical director at Brown Deer. The 24,000-square-foot building accommodating 32 beds is scheduled to open by summer 2022.
  • Sean LeNoue, MD, associate medical director for the Regional Division, and Narissa Etwaroo, MD, a psychiatrist from Tampa, participated in a Rogers’ Facebook Live that focused on addiction signs, symptoms, and treatment.
  • Treating individuals with autism spectrum disorders for anxiety and mood disorders can produce distinct problems for clinicians. Martin Franklin, PhD, clinical director in Philadelphia, and Joshua Nadeau, PhD, clinical director in Tampa, presented a webinar on “Recognizing and differentiating safety concerns among anxious and depressed individuals with ASD.”
  • Emily Jonesberg, MSW, LCSW, training coordinator with Rogers InHealth, spoke on “Finding resilience during challenging times: Using the Compassion Resilience toolkit” at Prevent Suicide Wisconsin’s annual conference. Jonesberg co-facilitated with Molly Herrmann, a consultant with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Please contact Hilary.Dickinson@rogersbh.org if you have an upcoming speaking opportunity you would like included in Insight.

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