Pay Summit

Video – Pays Summit – November 5, 2018


Opening Remarks by Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland
Keynote Presenter, Trish Caldwell – Risk and Resiliency Factors
Presenter, Mike Morton – Process Addictions
Lunch/Resource Fair
Presenter, Kim Porter – Clearing the Air about Vaping
Panel Discussion – Don’t be Safety Blinded, Be Safety-Minded
Closing Remarks & Evaluations

Gain an understanding of the key findings reported in the 2017 Pennsylvania Youth Survey
Identify risk and resiliency factors among youth in Delaware County
Leave with an understanding of the resources available in our community


Katayoun “Kat” M. Copeland, Delaware County District Attorney
DA Copeland was appointed as Delaware County District Attorney and took office in January 2018. As a graduate of The Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr College and Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, Ms. Copeland has a distinguished 25-year prosecutorial career. DA Copeland previously served for 19 years in the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office.

Patricia Caldwell MFT, LPC, CCDP-D, CAADC, CCTP, Director of Family Services Recovery Centers of America
Trish Caldwell is a licensed clinician, a marriage and family therapist and is certified in co-occurring disorders and substance use. She has worked extensively with families and adolescents with co-occurring behavioral health and substance use disorders in various settings including outpatient, residential and community agencies.

Michael Morton, M.A., LMFT, CSAT-S, Clinical Director of The Keystone Center ECU
Michael Morton is a therapist, educator, & trainer with over twenty-five years experience in the field. In addition to his role as Clinical Director, Michael facilitates groups, individual sessions, EMDR and family therapy sessions at KeyStone Center ECU.

Kim Porter, CFRS, Executive Director of Be Part of the Conversation
Kim Porter, a Certified Family Recovery Specialist, is Executive Director of the nonprofit Be a Part of the Conversation, operating since 2011 with the mission to create effective, culture-changing community programs designed to increase awareness of the effects of alcohol and drug use.

Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems is a pre-approved provider of continuing education, by their respective state licensing boards, for psychologists, social workers, and professional counselors. Holcomb maintains responsibility for the program. CEUs offered for this training are: 4.5 hours and are being offered at no cost to attendees.

This event is coordinated by Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems and funded through the Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health, Division of Drug and Alcohol. Special thanks also to Neumann University, Center for Leadership.