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Concurrent Sessions
Concurrent Education Sessions

Click here for the Conference program (59 pages, PDF).

There are five 90-minute breakout session periods during the CFHA Conference.

Click on each link below for a PDF document with session details by period:

During each 90-minute breakout session period, the CFHA Conference offers eight (8) classrooms with concurrent education sessions (A-H). Sessions vary in length to offer a rich and diverse program that will meet the needs and interests of our growing audiencePresentations are scheduled in blocks of 25 minutes, 40 minutes or 90 minutes, with a short transition period between 25 and 40 minute sessions. 

Track: For your convenience, presentations are identified within 5 general tracks that best describe the content area:

  • Clinical care/direct practice
  • Consumer/patient engagement
  • Public policy
  • Interdisciplinary team training
  • Leading/creating systemic change

Audience Level. Presentations are noted by the recommended level of familiarity for the desired audience:

  • BASIC: Designed to cover crucial core concepts and techniques relevant to enhancing the knowledge base.
  • ADVANCED: Geared for providers with 5+ years experience delivering integrated services and/or in positions of leadership in an integrated care program. No review of basic integrated care concepts will be included.
  • ALL Audiences

Seating for all Conference sessions is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Classrooms vary in size, set-up and capacity and are assigned by CFHA based on a variety of factors including anticipated audience, special set-up requests, concurrent session options, and other matters related to the overall organization of the Conference.

Some sessions may reach standing-room capacity before the presentation begins. A Conference schedule with classroom assignments will be provided when you check-in at the Conference. Plan to arrive early to ensure seating for your preferred sessions.

Standing (or sitting on the floor) may be allowed in the classroom as long as no aisles or exit doorways are obstructed. No standing, seating (or sitting on the floor) will be allowed in aisles or near exit doors for safety reasons.

Preliminary Schedule

Click here for a preliminary copy of the concurrent session schedule in grid format.

Please Note: The schedule is subject to change without notice and the CFHA web site will be updated frequently to reflect late-occurring changes. 


Conference Faculty

Click here for a list of Conference presenters.

Contact Us

P. O. Box 23980,
Rochester, New York
14692-3980 USA

What We Do

CFHA is a member-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to making integrated behavioral and physical health the standard of care nationally. CFHA achieves this by organizing the integrated care community, providing expert technical assistance and producing educational content.