The National Council video series is where you can find our videos of sessions and town halls from our CEO and other subject matter experts.
During these virtual town halls, we bring together the best minds in health care for a forward-looking discussion on timely topics — from compassion fatigue to diversity, equity and inclusion. More than just a digital event, this is an invitation to hear from subject matter experts on issues impacting the field.
Ep. 12: September 27, 2023
With students back in school, prioritizing the mental health of young people — along with the adults who work with them — is essential. We sat down with a panel of child and adolescent mental health experts to discuss the role schools play in providing students with the resources to overcome mental health challenges.
Ep. 11: June 28, 2023
We sat down with Nebraska Governor Jim Pillen (R) and Annette Dubas, executive director of the Nebraska Association of Behavioral Health Organizations, to learn how bipartisan support for CCBHCs is helping Nebraska address the growing need for mental health and substance use treatment.
Ep. 10: March 15, 2023
Hear Daniel E. Dawes, JD, SVP and executive director of the Global Health Equity Institute, Meharry Medical College, and Chuck Ingoglia, National Council president and CEO, discuss the consequences of health inequity on Black Americans and strategies to overcome this long-standing problem.
Ep. 9: December 7, 2022
In this ninth episode of our “Wellbeing Wednesdays” virtual learning series, hear Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) talk about Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC), their impact nationwide and what the future holds for this transformative model of care.
Ep. 8: September 28, 2022
Hear George F. Koob, Ph.D., director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), and Chuck Ingoglia, the National Council’s president and CEO, discuss the current state of alcohol use disorder in America, how COVID-19 is contributing to its surge and what we can do to help.
Ep. 7: July 6, 2022
Hear Rochelle P. Walensky, M.D., MPH, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Chuck Ingoglia, the National Council’s president and CEO, discuss the state of health equity in America, barriers to treatment, what equitable systems of care look like and more.
Ep. 6: February 16, 2022
Hear Rahul Gupta, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, director of The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), and the National Council’s president and CEO, Chuck Ingoglia, MSW, discuss the Biden Administration’s plan to address the growing overdose crisis, ONDCP’s agenda for 2022 and what the future of federal drug policy looks like, among other topics.
Ep. 5: November 30, 2021
Hear Admiral Rachel L. Levine, MD, Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Amit Paley, CEO and Executive Director of The Trevor Project; and the National Council’s Chuck Ingoglia, MSW, discuss the current state of mental health care for LGBTQ+ communities, the impacts of COVID-19 on this population and opportunities to advance treatment for LGBTQ+ individuals in need.
Ep. 4: September 22, 2021
Hear Born This Way Foundation’s Maya Enista Smith, the CDC’s Christopher Jones, PharmD, DrPH, MPH, and the National Council’s Chuck Ingoglia, MSW, discuss the role COVID-19 continues to play in the mental wellbeing of today’s youth, how we can address the stigma surrounding teen mental health, and more.
Ep. 3: July 14, 2021
Hear U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, MPH, and Chuck Ingoglia, MSW, the National Council’s president and CEO, discuss the state of health care in America, the future of our field and the importance of managing your mental wellbeing, with Laurie Santos, PhD, moderating.
Ep. 2: February 24, 2021
On Wednesday, February 24, we held “COVID-19’s Impact on Maintaining Your Workforce,” the second episode in our “Wellbeing Wednesdays” virtual town hall series. Our panelists offered tips, best practices and insights into workforce development during and beyond COVID-19.
Ep. 1: November 18, 2020
On Wednesday, November 18, more than 1,100 people united online to hear our panel of researchers, reporters and thought leaders discuss the future of health care during the first episode of “Wellbeing Wednesdays.” Enjoy the first of many conversations to come!
Designed with health care professionals in mind, these 15-minute virtual learning events — led by National Council president and CEO Chuck Ingoglia — deliver shared insights and experiences from our National Council members and spotlight our unique programs, services and solutions.
Ep. 9: Youth Substance Use Prevention
In this episode of National Council Conversations, we invite two youth ambassadors to offer peer perspectives on the work being done around substance use prevention and treatment. View the findings and messaging guide from our recent youth substance use prevention project funded by the CDC.
Ep. 8: CONNECTED
What can we do to set today’s younger generations up for success? Find out in this episode of National Council Conversations, as we explore the role and impact of CONNECTED, the National Council’s youth-focused program, and why supporting the mental wellbeing of youth has never been more important.
Ep. 7: Harm Reduction
What is the National Council doing to address the surge in overdose cases across the country? Find out as National Council president and CEO Chuck Ingoglia and senior advisor Shannon Mace, JD, MPH, discuss harm reduction with Hilary Eslinger, executive director of Maine Access Points.
Ep. 6: National Impact of CCBHCs
Every day and across the country, Certified Community Behavioral Clinics (CCBHC) are transforming mental health and substance use treatment. Learn how by watching the newest episode and visit our CCBHC Success Center for more information.
Ep. 5: Roadmap to the Ideal Crisis System
In this episode of National Council Conversations, National Council president and CEO Chuck Ingoglia, Margie Balfour, MD, PhD, and Joe Parks, MD, discuss the Roadmap to the Ideal Crisis System paper.
Ep. 4: COVID’s Impact on Working Women
National Council president and CEO Chuck Ingoglia is joined by Linda Henderson-Smith, PhD, LPC, and Ami Roeschlein, DSW, MA, LMFT, for a conversation about the impact of COVID-19 on women in the workforce and how behavioral health organizations can support their staff.
Ep. 3: DEI in the Workplace
During this episode of National Council Conversations, we discuss diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Ep. 2: Implementing the 9-8-8 Vision
We discuss the logistics of implementing 9-8-8, the national number for mental health emergencies associated with the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act, which was recently signed into law.
Ep. 1: GOTV – Raise Your Voice for Recovery
Voting is one of the most important rights we have as Americans. It is our chance to weigh in on issues that are important to us as individuals, as a community and as a nation.
Ep. 1: Historical Trauma, Mass Violence and Healing
A conversation with Frank Clark, MD and Sara Coffey, DO
Social Injustice, Structural Trauma and Community Violence
A conversation with Tiona Praylow, MD, MPH and Sarah Vinson, MD
Ep. 1: Interview with SHRM President and CEO
During this exclusive interview, attendees learned how to motivate their remote staff, build a healthy culture during COVID-19 and address inequities by exercising empathy.
Hear from subject matter experts in the National Council and visionaries across the behavioral health care community by listening to our podcasts. Discover the latest trends, technologies and tools in our field and how the National Council is making a mark.
MMA & Trauma-informed Resilience-oriented Care
If you’re eager to enhance trauma-informed, resilience-oriented supervision throughout your company, don’t miss this special podcast. Find out how supervisors can maximize performance and their workforce culture by embracing healing, resilience and engagement.
The Impact of CCBHCs in Communities
In this podcast, the National Council talks about the impact of CCBHCs in communities across the nation and shares the stories of individuals who have benefited from the program.