Training and Events Calendar

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Feb

20

Developing Relevant Metrics for Measuring Progress in School-Based Trauma-Informed Practices

This is the final session of the Becoming a Trauma-Informed School series. Event Description This

Feb

21

Developing Strong Staff

DESCRIPTION: Supervision includes balancing multiple ways to help staff while demographic and

Feb

21

Psychoeducation and Psychosis

DESCRIPTION Psychoeducation typically refers to the provision of mental health information (e.g

Feb

21

Introduction to Nutritional Psychiatry

Dr. Uma Naidoo will review the scientific evidence behind Nutritional Psychiatry and the clinical

Feb

21

Tele-education and Tele-mentoring in Rural Settings: Project ECHO and Other Approaches

About the Event: This webinar will focus on telehealth approaches to providing educational resources

Feb

21

Region 6 Peer Support Advisory Committee

The Region 6 Peer Support Advisory Committee (PSAC) to the South Southwest MHTTC meets on a monthly

Feb

22

Peer Support Series, Session 2: Setting the Stage for Creating Safe Spaces

This learning series asks: How can we create spaces where all peer professionals feel safe? How do

Feb

22

Peer Support Best Practices for Working with Individuals Living with Traumatic Brain Injury –…

Join us and NASHIA for this exciting two-part series on peer support best practices for those

Feb

22

Implementing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Kansas Learning Community: Prescriber (February…

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

Feb

23

The POWER (Positive Outcomes with Emotional Regulation) Program

A school-based group intervention program designed to promote emotion-regulation skills for middle

Feb

23

Management of Psychotic Disorders in the Black Community

DESCRIPTION This presentation will be a clinically driven overview on schizophrenia spectrum

Feb

23

Implementing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Kansas Learning Community: Team Lead (February…

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

Past Events
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Dec

16

Substance Use Disorders

DESCRIPTION: Understanding what drives someone to continue using substances will help address

Dec

15

Implementing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) in Kansas Learning Community: Team Lead (December…

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

Dec

15

Mental Health and the Black Family During the Holidays

DESCRIPTION This session will explore mental health challenges that can arise during the

Dec

15

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) for Schools

About the Session The Community Resiliency Model (CRM)® is a skills-based wellness and prevention

Dec

15

Cultural Formulation Interviews in American Indian Communities

This is Session 4 of our Cultural Formulation Interview Series. The page for the series can be found

Dec

15

First Episode Psychosis (FEP) Provider Well-Being Community Calls

The South Southwest MHTTC invites you to attend our virtual series: First Episode Psychosis (FEP)

Dec

14

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

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

Dec

14

Transition-Aged Youth: What are Providers Forgetting? With PATCH (Providers and Teens Connecting…

DESCRIPTION: Join us this month to learn about the ways youth transition from pediatric to adult

Dec

14

Managing the Inner Critic with Self-Compassion

What if, when struggling, your instinct was to motivate and encourage yourself rather than blame and

Dec

14

Caring for Psychoses: the Art & the Science

Providing care for patients with psychotic disorders is both an art and a science. In this

Dec

14

Flying Starfish, Broken Pots, and Puppies in the River: Culture is Trauma-RESPONSIVE Care

Michael G Bricker MS, CADC-II, NCAC-2, LPC of the Support Together for Emotional & Mental Health

Dec

14

Walk the Talk: Foundations of Cultural Humility in Action | Social Justice & Inclusion Track,…

NOTE: This event is specifically for Washington State attendees who are part of the behavioral

 

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