Bloomington Meadows Hospital 30 Years Of Serving Our Community


Wednesday November 2, 2022 2:30pm


Thursday November 3, 2022 4:30pm


The Seasons Lodge 
560 State Road 46, Nashville IN, 47448 

The Seasons Lodge 

* Special room rates available

Driving Directions 


Madeline Wechter 
Bloomington Meadows Hospital 

Bloomington Meadows Hospital Presents:

15th Annual

Brown County Conference 

 Wednesday Evening Sessions-Hotel Conference Center

Wednesday November 2nd

2:30-3:00 pm Registration and Check-In                                                                                                      

The Seasons Lodge Conference Center

3:00-6:00 Ethics - "Developing the Next Generation of Mental Health Professionals: Ethical Considerations in Supervision, Training, and Mentoring"

4:30-4:45 Refreshment Break       

 Amanda Zelechoski, JD.,PhD.,ABPP

Board-Certified in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, Licensed Psychologist and Attorney. Research in examining the intersection between psychology, law, and trauma, particularly for underserved populations. Amanda Zelechoski                                                                                                     

6:00-8:00 pm Exhibitor and Meadows Welcome Reception (Seasons Lodge Hotel Overview Lounge)

Thursday Sessions-Hotel Conference Center

Thursday November 3rd

8:15-9:00 am Registration, Vendor Visitation with Breakfast Served 

9:00-9:15  Welcome Message                                                                                                                  Christine Schultz, MBA RN, CEO Bloomington Meadows Hospital

9:15-10:15 "The Five Pillars of Emotional Strength and Resilience.  Why does Movement Matter"

Dr. Adel Korkor, MD

In 2016, Dr. Adel Korkor, a retired nephrologist, founded the AB Korkor Foundation for Mental Health. With 37 years of experience as a physician, he began a new mission to address mental health issues. AB Korkor Foundation- Five Fifty Run/Walk ( 5k races in all 50 states in 50 days to raise money and address mental health issues).   AB Korker Foundation                                                                             

10:15-10:30 Morning Coffee Break and Vendor Visitation

10:30-11:30  "Brainspotting Therapy"

Brooke Randolph, LMHC, LPCC-s

 Founder & Director, Counseling at The Green House:  Specialties including Adoption, Brainspotting, relationships, and developmental trauma. Certified Imago Relationship Therapist, a Certified Brainspotting Consultant & Specialty Trainer, a member of the US Brainspotting Association Leadership Team, and coordinator for the groups Brainspotting Indy and Brainspotting with Adoption.Brooke Randoph

 11:30am-1:00pm Lunch On Your Own in Downtown Nashville & Vendor Visitation

1:00-1:15  Award Presentations                                                                                                           

Joshua W. Paul Mental Health Ambassador of the Year                                                                        Bloomington Meadows Continuing Education Award                                                                    

1:15pm-2:15pm  " Where Can Your Vision Take You"?

Lonnie Bedwell

A former Navy Petty Officer, Lonnie was critically injured during 1997 in a hunting accident that instantly took his sight.  Nevertheless, he raised three daughters as a single father.  Lonnie has ultimately become a renowned extreme sports athlete and is living proof that we can define ourselves on our own terms. Lonnie Bedwell

2:15pm-3:00pm  " Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating 101: Prevention, Assessment, Treatment and Advocacy"

Bobbie H. Saccone, PhD, RDN

Assistant Director of Nutritional Health Programming and Interim Associate Director of Health and Wellness. Registered and Certified Dietitian and Nutrition Counselor at the IU Health and Wellness Education Office. Bobbie Saccone

3:00pm-3:30pm Afternoon Snack Break and Vendor Visitation                                                                         (Famous Brown County Biscuits and Apple Butter)

3:30pm-4:15pm  "Cultural Considerations of Mental Health: When One Size Doesn't Actually Fit All" 

Keyandra Whiteside, MPH : Keyandra Whiteside- Assistant Director of Student Support, Masters in Public Health, and Health Equity Advocate

Michael Whiteside, LCSW: Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He is currently working towards his PhD in Clinical Social Work in addition to working as the Multicultural Outreach Coordinator and Mental Health Specialist for IU Counseling and Psychological Services. Reclaiming Royalty, LLC                                                         

4:15pm-4:30pm Closing Message, Door Prizes and CEU Distribution

CEUs: Awarded at the end of each day after conclusion of presentations. There will be 3 hours of Ethics on Wednesday evening, and 5 hours for the variety of presentations on Thursday.