This event is currently at capacity. If you would like to be placed on a waitlist, please contact Natalie Gonzalez, email@example.com.
The prevalence of mental health and substance abuse conditions in the United States is increasing in frequency, placing new challenges and demands on healthcare providers and their facilities.
Join us for this one day interactive, collaborative, problem-solving workshop intended to enable design professionals to employ physical design strategies and methodologies that support improved care for behavioral health.
Attendees will hear from thought leaders in the field of design for behavioral health and gain insight into:
Existing standards and behavioral health models
Strategies that address behavioral health across various population groups
Design methodologies that hinder or enhance behavioral health
Case studies of state-of-the art facilities that support behavioral health.
This unique experience is ideal for individuals who are intending to design new mental and behavioral health facilities and those wishing to evaluate the quality of their existing facilities.
Natalie Hagerty, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, SSGBC
Director of Facilities Planning
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Tae Jung, AIA
Senior Architect and Vice President
David Sine, DrBE, ARM, CSP, CPHRM
Chief Risk Officer
Office of Quality, Safety and Value
Veterans Health Administration
James M. Hunt, AIA
Behavioral Healthcare Design Consultant
President of Behavioral Health Facility Consulting, LLC
Jeri Brittin, PhD
Director of Research
Jason Beshore, Assoc. AIA, CDT
Jaques Black, AIA
Partner, E4H Environments For Health
Every workshop registrant is automatically entered into a drawing for a signed copy of the new book by Mardelle McCuskey Shepley and Samira Pasha, titled,
“Design for Mental and Behavioral Health”.
Workshop registrants also have the chance to purchase more raffle tickets for an additional signed copy of the book along with one year of free CHD webinars.