Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
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Oct

12

Centering Youth Voices & Prioritizing Youth Engagement with PATCH (Providers and Teens Connecting…

DESCRIPTION: Join PATCH as they introduce this webinar series and set the stage for successful youth

Oct

12

Recognizing and Readdressing Implicit Bias

This is part two of our Confronting Implicit Bias in Society and Ourselves learning series

Oct

12

Fostering a Culture of Mental Health Recovery with Hispanic and Latino/é Communities: A Multisystem…

Webinar Description: This webinar will support the implementation of a recovery-oriented system of

Oct

12

Behavioral Health in Rural Iowa: A Discussion on the Issues, Observations, and Innovations

Join us for this panel discussion at the Iowa Community Healthcare Conference, with a variety of

Oct

13

Case Conceptualization for First Episode Psychosis Series 1: Cognitive Behavior Therapy for…

The South Southwest MHTTC is pleased to host the Case Conceptualization for First Episode Psychosis

Oct

13

Implementing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Kansas Learning Community: Nursing (October…

This learning community is closed to select participants. To learn more about this series, visit the

Oct

13

POWER Program Training Opportunity: Targeted Groups for Emotional Regulation

The Northeast & Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center invites your school to

Oct

14

Accurate Assessment and Case Conceptualization | IDD Track, Mental Health Institute

This session is part of the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) track of the Mental

Oct

17

Contingency Management Overview | Co-occurring Disorders Track, Mental Health Institute

This session is part of the Co-occurring Disorders track of the Mental Health Institute. ABOUT THIS

Oct

17

Stress Physiology, Neurobiology, and the Pharmacological Criteria of SUD | Co-occurring Disorders…

This session is part of the Co-occurring Disorders track of the Mental Health Institute. ABOUT THIS

Oct

18

Facilitating Not Fixing: Understanding and Fostering Autistic Mental Health & Wellness

DESCRIPTION: Much of the current clinical and scholarly information around autism is deficit-based

Oct

18

The Four Modes of Human Regulation

This is Part 3 of our Neuro-Sequential Model in Education series. Event Description This 4-part

Past Events
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Sep

21

Suicide Screening and Prevention Using an Integrated Behavioral Health Approach

This is part of our Workshop Wednesday series that is held on the third Wednesday of each month

Sep

20

In Our Own Voice with NAMI Seattle

This 90-minute webinar features presenters sharing their lived experience with mental health

Sep

20

The Human Stress Response System

This is Part 2 of our Neuro-Sequential Model in Education series. Event Description This 4-part

Sep

20

Addressing Burnout in the Behavioral Health Workforce through Organizational Strategies

This webinar will highlight findings from SAMHSA’s guide titled, Addressing Burnout in the

Sep

20

Promotoras Summit: Ambassadors of Physical and Emotional Well-Being for Latino Communities

Promotoras are key in promoting mental health awareness and literacy, helping increase access to

Sep

19

School-Appropriate Response and Screening Practices

This is part two of our learning series titled Suicidal Awareness, Response, Safety Planning, and

Sep

16

Hispanic Thriving University

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) serves more than 25% of full-time Hispanic and Latino

Sep

16

Introductory Call: Mid-America School Mental Health Provider Learning Community

This is a 30-minute introductory call for the Mid-America School Mental Health Provider Learning

Sep

15

Building Rapport and Working Overextensions

Lumina practitioners will share how our personality aspects influence our leadership traits

Sep

15

Ending the Silence for Families with NAMI Seattle

This 60-minute webinar combats stigma around mental health for families through sharing of facts and

Sep

15

Machismo (big M) vs. machismo (little m): The Duality between Risk and Protection in Latino…

The dueling between machismo Latino male identities associated to Big M (e.g. strong loud

Sep

14

Girls...Moving On: A Program for At-Risk and Criminal Justice-Involved Girls

The Great Lakes MHTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI

 

If a specific training offers a certificate of completion and/or continuing education credits, this will be stated directly in the event description. Please review that information. If questions, please contact the Center hosting the event.