Thank you for Attending this year!

As a 2022 DMH Spring Training Institute attendee, you may view the archived videos at will until June 20th.  Just use the same login instructions as before:

  1. Click on this link:
  2. Put in your email address
  3. Enter the code sent back to you (it may take a minute or so)

We cannot award any accreditation to the archived videos.

Thank you again for your participation.

Watch this website for details for next year, tentatively scheduled for May 18-19, 2023 to be in person at the Tan Tar A Conference Center at the Lake of the Ozarks.

This year’s Prize Winners

1st Place – Daniel Foreman – Air Pods 

2nd Place – Sarah Hunter – Roomba 

3rd Place – Jenny Coon – Fit Bit Charge 5

STI 2022 Game and Prizes


Participate by Visiting Exhibits, Attending Sessions to gain points.

  • 1st Place – Air Pods
  • 2nd Place – Roomba
  • 3rd Place – FitBit Charge 5

To win just participate as much as possible.

DMH Awards

The Department of Mental Health, Division of Behavioral Health, will hold their award ceremony at this time.  Watch for updates in the space.


Speaker Info 2022

Right-click below and choose Save-As:


How to Attend the Conference:

Thank you for presenting at the 2022 DMH Spring Training Institute, and for those who have already taken the speaker training for this year’s conference.

How to prepare before you join the virtual conference:

  1. Restart your computer
  2. Use the Chrome Browser
  3. Make sure you are not using a VPN – ( if you don’t know, you probably are not, unless you are using a work computer with higher security)
  4. Only open the programs you need to in order to present
  5. Open slides in edit mode on your machine in preparation to share
  6. Open any websites you want to share and have them ready
  7. Join your session at least 10 minutes ahead of time, to join just use the agenda and join as speaker.
  8. Talk to Moderator on how you would like to handle questions coming in via chat, the moderator is there to help you and can read out loud the questions for you.

How do I join the virtual conference?

If you have not received a direct email to join the conference you can go to this link:

And type in this code:


What if I don’t see a Join as Speaker button?

Email your name and email immediately to with your Session Name as the Subject.

We will confirm your email and then you will need to close and reopen your browser for the Join as Speaker button to appear.

What if I can not be available for my session?

Immediately email your name, email, and session to  as soon as you know you will not make it.

Other Ways to Contact Us

Call 314-516-8419

Speaker Example Rooms:

Monday, May 9 from 9 am to 8 pm

Tuesday, May 10 from 9 am to 8 pm

Wednesday, May 11 from 9 am to 8 pm

Thursday, May 12 from 9 am to 8 pm

Use this link to enter example rooms on each day:
everyone can enter as a speaker, but only 9 speakers can be in a session at one time.  If you would like for Kelly Gregory to join you, please email him when you will be in the room and he will try to meet you there to answer any questions.
Once at the virtual location, please put in your email address, then fetch the code in your email.  After entering your code you should see the agenda item on the page, click it to join that session as a speaker.
Each session should last about 30-45 minutes depending on questions and issues.
STI 2022 Speaker Training – Click Here to download the PDF
STI 2022 Speaker Training – Click Here to watch the video
Troubleshooting Guide for Hubilo
  1. Troubleshooting Checklist for Hubilo Broadcasting Studio (HBS): CLICK HERE  HBS
  2. Host Guide for Hubilo Broadcasting Studio (HBS): CLICK HERE  HBS
  3. Speaker Guide for  Hubilo Broadcasting Studio (HBS): CLICK HERE   HBS
  4. Mic And Cam permission: CLICK HERE
  5. Trouble shooting for Rooms and Lounge: CLICK HERE
  6. Reference Video for Host running a HBS Session: CLICK HERE  HBS
  7. Reference Video for Speaker joining a HBS Session: CLICK HERE  HBS
  8. How to set up a Virtual Booth: CLICK HERE
  9. How a Booth member manages the Virtual Booth from the front-end: CLICK HERE
  10. If VPN or firewall is enabled – Disable it
  11. Join from an Open network and not via the restricted office network
  12. Use Google Chrome for a better and smoother experience.
  13. It is best experienced in the latest version of Chrome on a laptop/Desktop. Kindly upgrade the browser or switch to a Laptop/Desktop if the issue persists.
  14. Check if Audio/Video Permissions are given for the Event community web application. If not, [follow the steps mentioned in this guide] (GUIDE) to successfully enable browser permissions for your camera and microphone.
  15. Use wired earphones or headphones for a better audio experience.
  16. Make sure you have a good internet speed while streaming via Hubilo Broadcast Studio.
  17. Close the unwanted browser tabs and applications to lower your Desktop/Laptop’s RAM consumption (Especially if streaming via Hubilo Broadcast Studio). HBS
  18. Try clearing your browser cache before going live via Hubilo Broadcast Studio. HBS
  19. If our MAC user is facing any difficulty while screen sharing, please follow this DOCUMENT (I tried finding this document from google, hope this is useful)


Show Me Hope Crisis Counseling Progam

Show Me Hope is Missouri’s crisis counseling program (CCP) in response to a disaster or critical event. Counselors are based in the local community to teach coping and stress management skills to anyone dealing with the anxiety and uncertainty caused by the event. The CCP helps individuals and communities recover from natural and human-caused disasters through community outreach and access to resources including mental health services.


Missouri has been involved with the CCP since the 1970s. Show Me Hope activates when needs exceed the local community or state.


Goals and Principles

The CCP helps people recover and rebuild their lives after a disaster. It supports short-term interventions that involve the following counseling goals:


Helping disaster survivors understand their current situation and reactions.

Reducing stress and providing emotional support.

Assisting survivors in reviewing their disaster recovery options.

Promoting the use or development of coping strategies.

Connecting survivors with other people and agencies who can help them in their recovery process.


Key principles that make it different from other survivor support programs are:


Strengths-based: services promote resilience, empowerment, and recovery.

Anonymous: Crisis counselors do not classify, label, or diagnose people. No records or case files are kept.

Outreach-oriented: Crisis counselors deliver services in the communities rather than wait for survivors to seek their assistance.

Conducted in nontraditional settings: Crisis Counselors make contact in homes and communities, not in clinical or office settings.

Designed to strengthen existing community support systems: supplements, but does not end or replace, existing community systems.



The CCP offers services to disaster survivors in their homes, shelters, temporary living sites, or houses of worship. Funded services include:


Individual and group crisis counseling.

Basic supportive or educational contact.

Community networking and support.

Assessments, referrals, and resources.

Development and distribution of educational materials.

Media and public service announcements.

As the community builds resilience, CCP services phase down and transition to the existing community resources.


Web Address:


Social Media (FaceBook & Twitter: @MoShowMeHope)

Chestnut Health Systems

Chestnut Health Systems™ is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Chestnut offers a comprehensive scope of behavioral health and human services in Illinois and Missouri. Our professional and experienced staff is committed to providing high-quality care and services to the communities we serve. From drug and alcohol addiction treatment facilities (residential and outpatient), to primary care medical homes, to a research institute, Chestnut continuously works to achieve its mission to make a difference and improve quality of life through excellence in service. Chestnut is comprised of the following four core service areas: Substance use treatment and prevention Mental health treatment and housing for persons with mental illness Applied behavioral research, training, and publications Primary care treatment and preventative services Chestnut has been continuously accredited by The Joint Commission since 1975.

Special Health Care Needs

Individuals with special health care needs are those who have or are at increased risk for a disease, defect or medical condition that may hinder the achievement of normal physical growth and development and who also require health and related services of a type or amount beyond that required by individuals generally.

It is estimated that 18 million children in the United States have special health needs, and an estimated 5.3 million Americans are currently living with disabilities resulting from traumatic brain injury, which is a little more than 2% of the U.S. population.