Cruising Down the MST Road

Posted by Laura Shortt, Vice President, Manager of Network Partnerships

Network Partner Conference offers chance to step back and see how far MST has come, and how far we have yet to go

A picture of a long and winding road. It resonated with attendees at the opening of the 2016 MST Network Partnership Conference when executive vice president and clinical director of MST Services, Lisa Reiter, showed one. Many participants sitting in the audience, myself included, have been a part of that long and winding journey that took Multisystemic Therapy from a university-based research treatment model into the real world.


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A Reflection on the 2016 Network Partner Conference

Posted by Suzanne Kerns, Network Partner Director, Center for Effective Interventions

A first-time attendee and new Network Partner Director shares her experience

The MST Network Partner Conference (NPC) is an annual event that brings together more than 100 people from across the United States and the world. This year, 20 network partners were represented, with people coming from 14 states and 8 countries. 

As a brand new Network Partner Director at the Center for Effective Interventions at the University of Denver, this was my first NPC. Not quite the United Nations, but it was wonderful to see peers and learn from their experience. After only three months on the job, the opportunity to attend this conference at this time was greatly appreciated and needed.

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The Multisystemic Therapy Community Gathers in the Big Easy

Posted by Dr. Gregorio Melendez

This year's Network Partner Conference convenes in New Orleans

During the week of Oct.19, more than 100 MST experts, coaches, program managers and leaders converged on New Orleans for the 14th annual MST Network Partners Conference. The Network Partners Conference was created back in the early days of MST when partner organizations started doing their own consultation and new team development. As more of the MST work is being accomplished in different places, the conference is a way for those involved in MST to come together to share knowledge, experiences and hone their skills in implementing the model. It is an opportunity for us to just gather with old friends and colleagues, share stories, laugh together and bend an elbow or two.

JPHSA_Network_PartnerPictured above is the Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority Network Partnership

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