Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
Apr

20

Skills Module: Addressing Family and Work Impacts

Learn skills for dealing with Family / Work Demands and Responsibilities: Addressing the Personal

Apr

20

Complicated Grief to Moral Injury: Understanding Moral Injury Legacies in Cultural-Historical…

Moral Injury is suffering that manifests as a character change in people because of challenges to

Apr

21

Impostor Syndrome: Am I Good Enough?

Identify negative thoughts that persist despite evident success, identify the roots of self-doubt

Apr

21

Trauma Informed Therapy: Part 3

Please join us for session 3 of the MHTTC webinar series: Trauma Informed Therapy. We will be

Apr

21

Being a Super Supervisor: Motivational Interviewing Learning Collaborative for Supervisors: Let…

The Great Lakes MHTTC and PTTC offer this training for behavioral health professionals in HHS Region

Apr

21

Regional Peer Workforce Consultation Calls: Advisory Councils and Community Input

Join us for a monthly open consultation call for the adult peer workforce on Advisory Councils and

Apr

21

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) Healthy Healers Training

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is conducting a multi-day "Healthy Healers" training for

Apr

21

Skills Module: Addressing Family and Work Impacts

Learn skills for dealing with Family / Work Demands and Responsibilities: Addressing the Personal

Apr

21

Early Psychosis and the Justice System: Prevention and Intervention Strategies

Description: Although most people living with mental illness are never violent, individuals with

Apr

22

Cognitive Behavioral Therapies for Serious Mental Illness in High Security Settings

This is the third of a three-part webinar series related to forensic mental health. Participants

Apr

22

Voices from the Field: A Panel Discussion on Well-Being; HHS Region 8

Voices from the Field: A Panel Discussion on Well-Being; HHS Region 8 April 22, 2021 9:00am - 10

Apr

22

Advanced Topics in Strengthening Youth/Young Adult Peer Support: Self-care and Setting Boundaries…

In this consultation call, our team of experienced youth peer support supervisors will discuss how

Past Events
Apr

19

Session 1 of Needs and Joys of our (Im)migrant* Students, Families and Community Partners: What is…

The Needs and Joys of our (Im)migrant Students, Families, and Community Partners: Exploring and

Apr

19

Staying Connected with Students and Youth during COVID-19 Part 3: Tips for Keeping the “Social” in…

The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this event for school mental health personnel and behavioral health

Apr

19

Mental Health Service Providers Mutual Support Group

The Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC wants to continue to support you and your work during the COVID-19

Apr

19

Tired, Wired, Mired And Inspired!: Strategies For Preventing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue

The Great Lakes MHTTC and ATTC offer this training for behavioral health professionals in HHS Region

Apr

16

Establishing a Virtual Private Practice

This session describes steps and strategies to establishing a virtual private practice. Participants

Apr

16

Building a Relationship for Reflection: Reflective Supervision for Home Visitors

This is a closed event for Texas DFPS PEI contracting supervisors and staff only. This is an invite

Apr

16

Mental Health & Caring: Caring for Our Loved Ones

This presentation will help those who are caretakers maintain well-being and preserve their mental

Apr

16

Connections We Need

Connections We Need Supporting the resiliency of youth and young adults This year has been tough,

Apr

16

Webinar: We Make the Path By Walking - Walking a Parallel Path

Rebekah Demirel continues her provider well-being series in this seventh event. For many of us

Apr

15

Integrating Peer Support: Enhancing Crisis Services with Lived Experience

*/ The purpose of the webinar is to take a closer look at the ways in which peers are contributing

Apr

15

Stress Management: The Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Latino Families

The Phyllis & Harvey Sandler School of Social Work at Florida Atlantic University® and the National

Apr

15

Family Peer Support: How Families Can Foster Independence: Employment

In this presentation, Mid-America MHTTC specialists and partners with Omaha-based Community Alliance