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Mark J. Heyrman : Presentations

“Representing Persons with Mental Illnesses” Illinois Parent Attorney Network Training, Chicago Bar Association (November, 2015)

“The Affordable Care Act and Treatment for People with Mental Illnesses: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?” Lutheran General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Park Ridge, IL (November, 2015)

“Recent and Proposed Changes in Mental Health Laws in Illinois”  Mental Health and Disability Law Committee, Chicago Bar Association (November, 2015)

“An Overview of Problem Solving Courts” Mental Health America Regional Policy Council Webinar (September, 2015)

“What Services are Needed to Keep People Out of the Criminal Justice System” National Alliance on Mental Illness--Cook County Suburban North (September, 2015)

“Step Therapy and the Treatment of Mental Illnesses”  Arthritis Foundation Virtual Town Hall Webinar (August, 2015)

“An Overview of Problem Solving Courts”, Moving B4 Stage 4 on the Criminal Justice Pipeline, Mental Health America Regional Policy Council Annual Seminar: Regions Five & Seven, Milwaukee, WI (July, 2015)

“Veterans Courts in Context” Inaugural Veterans Treatment Court Summit, Chicago (May, 2015)

“The Affordable Care Act and People with Mental Illnesses: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?  University of Illinois at Chicago Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds (January, 2015)

“Getting People with Mental Illnesses Out of the Criminal Justice System” Big Ideas in Medicine, University of Chicago  Pritzker School of Medicine (January, 2015)

“Can the Mental Health System be Fixed” Community Media Workshop News Forum on Mental Health Issues (January, 2015)

“Why Abolishing the Insanity Defense Would be Good for People with Mental Illnesses”  University of Chicago Law School Disability Law Society (December, 2014)

“Money, Leadership and Cooperation” The Cutting Edge of Mental Health Services Forum, Illinois Academy of Criminology (November, 2014)

“Getting Services for People with Mental Illnesses: Legal and Practical Considerations”  Mental Health America of Illinois (November, 2014)

“Recent and Proposed Changes to Mental Health Laws in Illinois” Mental Health and Disability Law Committee, Chicago Bar Association (November, 2014)

“It’s Not the Where, It’s the What, the How, the Who and the Why” Panel on Forced Medication in Non-Medical Correctional Facilities, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Chicago (October, 2014)

“Show Me the Money: Why the Legal Standards and Procedures for Involuntary Treatment Mean Very Little, But the Availability of Services Means a Lot”  Mental Health America Regional Policy Council, Kansas City, MO (July, 2104)

“Effective Advocacy to Improve Mental Health Services” National Alliance on Mental Illness—Southwestern Illinois Annual Meeting, Granite City, IL (June, 2014)

“Mental Health Legislation in Illinois: Where We Are and What We Must Do” National Alliance on Mental Illness-Barrington (May, 2014)

“What Can We Do About All of the Offenders with Mental Illnesses? Mental Health and Disability Law Committee, Chicago Bar Association (April, 2014)

“The Affordable Care Act and Treatment for People with Mental Illnesses: Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?  University of Chicago MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics (April, 2014)

“Deinstitutionalization: Causes, Consequences and the Way Forward”  Big Ideas in Medicine, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine (February, 2014)

“An Overview of the Current Need for Mental Health Services in Chicago”  Town Hall Meeting on the Chicago Mental Health Crisis (February, 2014)

“The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Behavioral Health”  Behavioral Health Alliance of Grundy County (IL) (January, 2014)