Starts in 2 Days, 12 Hours
July 28, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
July Lecture Series
The Hero’s Journey: Legendary Leadership, Client Engagement and the Power of Storytelling
Speaker: Jeff Mangrum
Date: Friday, July 28, 2017
Registration 8:30 – 9 a.m.
Program runs from 9 – 12 p.m.
Continuing Education Credit: 3 CEU
Lakeview Health (True North Conference Center)
1900 Corporate Square Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32216
Jeff will present a large-scale interactive presentation using multimedia to deliver educational content to support the journey of recovery!
Mangrum adapted “The Hero’s Journey,” from Joseph Campbell’s published landmark body of research, “The Hero with a Thousand Faces,” in 1949, in which he revealed that all “Heroes” in myth, legend, folktale and religious parable must follow a very specific six-step process to succeed. Campbell revealed that if one of these steps were missed or taken out of order – rarely do these “Heroes” succeed.
“The Hero’s Journey,” was created to to assist behavioral health clinicians to identify their clients’ key transition points along the path to recovery and how to better support them for success. This presentation is an essential component for improving case management skills.
- Identify Campbell’s universal six-step process and successfully apply it to more effectively support clients and direct reports to achieve critical milestones.
- Translate the commonalities between archetypal characters found in myth, legend folktale and religious parable and the individuals they support in achieving difficult goals (treatment plans).
- Design and apply a “Heroic” MAP (Management Action Plan) to deliver the specific skills and tools every person needs in order to achieve difficult goals and tasks.
About the Speaker:
Jeff Mangrum, Cornerstone Recovery
As Director of National Accounts, Jeffrey Mangrum joined Cornerstone of Recovery in January of 2017, he works with EAPs, Unions, Ed Consultants, Human Resource Professionals, Payers and other referral sources focused on getting help for their troubled employees, members and clients.
He brings over 30 years of experience in the behavioral health field, focusing on Substance Use Disorders. He founded Sane and Sober Theatre (SST) in 1987, a theatre-based learning and development company whose mission is to raise awareness of disease model of addiction. In 2008 he became National Strategic Accounts Director for the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation where he served for eight years before transitioning to manage a business development team at Pasadena Villa, a primary psychiatric treatment facility.
He has developed and delivered over 6,000 presentations on numerous topics including Diversity, Transition Management, Safety and Sexual Harassment.
Mangrum is a national speaker and playwright who has had 5 full-length plays produced, his most recent, Wendall Greene, was mounted by the renowned Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago and was nominated for best new play by the American Theatre Critics Association.
If you have any questions or concerns about this event, please contact Donna Mahacek at 904-513-5823 or [email protected]