Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
Nov

21

Mental Health and Self Care - Healers Need Healing Too

Self-care and good mental health is important, especially for those who are dedicated to taking care

Dec

05

THOUGHTFUL THURSDAYS - Clergy Mental Health Outreach Program: Session I - Shepherding the Flock

Presenters Michael Torres, M.D. Psychiatrist – Private Practice (Baltimore, MD) Jonathan Shepherd, M

Dec

09

Conducting Mental Health Assessments: A Trauma-Informed, Cultural Humility Framework (PART 2)

SPEAKER: Kate Bishop, MSSA, Education Coordinator at the LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase

Dec

12

THOUGHTFUL THURSDAYS - Clergy Mental Health Outreach Program: Session II - Guiding the Shepherd

Presenters Altha Stewart, M.D. Senior Associate Dean for Community Health Engagement Associate

Dec

12

CAN WE TALK? Interfaith Clergy Behavioral Training

This Baltimore Faith Based Commission for Behavioral Health event, supported by the Central East

Ongoing Events
Past Events
Nov

13

Crisis De-escalation 101

Anticipating disruptive or violent behavior is important for preparedness. De-escalation is a first

Nov

04

The Integration of Opioid Use and Suicide Identification, Prevention, and Care: A National…

Webinar Description: This webinar will focus on the current state of what we know about opioid use

Oct

30

Parent Peer Support: Better Outcomes for Children, Youth & Families across Systems

Parent Peer Support (PPS) services help parents who have children with special needs find and become

Oct

29

CAN WE TALK? Interfaith Clergy Behavioral Training

This Baltimore Faith-Based Commission for Behavioral Health event, supported by the Central East

Oct

24

QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer (Suicide Intervention Training)

Presenter Dave Eckert, MDiv, CPRP, is the Director of Intersect, an initiative of Access Services

Oct

23

Mental Health First Aid Training (Adult)

This 8-hour course teaches participants how to help someone who is developing a mental health

Oct

16

Engaging Families in School Mental Health

Research has shown that students have better outcomes in school and in mental health treatment when

Sep

27

Illuminating the Darkness Walk

The purpose of this walk, a collaboration between the US. Army (Fort George G. Meade) and Navy

Sep

26

Black Men – Suffer in Silence No More

Although more than 40 million Americans struggle with mental illness every year, African American

Sep

25

Suicide and Opioids

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This webinar will discuss how to identify key links between opioids and suicide

Sep

18

Central East Behavioral Health Training and TA Centers - Meet the Teams

The Danya Institute continues its collaborative efforts to develop and strengthen the specialized

Aug

08

Improving Services for Older Americans: Organizational and Systems Readiness for Ensuring Access to…

One quarter of older adults living in the United States experience mental disorders, including