Training and Events Calendar

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Feb

24

Social Determinants of Health for Psychotic Disorders: Why Are They Important and How to Assess…

Please join us on Friday, February 24th for a webinar by Dilip Jeste, MD, Former Senior Associate

Feb

27

The POWER (Positive Outcomes with Emotional Regulation) Program

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

Feb

28

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

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

Feb

28

Trauma-Informed Supervision

DESCRIPTION: Helpers are exposed to the traumatic lived experiences of the people they are working

Feb

28

Sustainability Workshop with the National Center for School Mental Health

The National Center for School Mental Health will be hosting a presentation on best practices for

Feb

28

Eating Disorders 101 and an Introduction to Intuitive Eating

DESCRIPTION More than 28 million Americans will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime, yet

Mar

01

Motivational Interviewing: Relational Skills (Level 1 – March 2023)

Registration is now closed due to reaching our meeting limit. DESCRIPTION: Motivational Interviewing

Mar

01

Youth Mental Health First Aid

The South Southwest MHTTC presents Mental Health First Aid, an early intervention education program

Mar

01

Understanding and Supporting the Executive Functioning of Autistic Students Part 2: Evidence-based…

Session Overview: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most common co-occurring

Mar

01

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

Mar

02

Supporting Resilience: Culturally Sensitive & Developmentally Appropriate Assessment &…

This is Part 5 of 9 of the Supporting Resilience in Children & Youth learning series. DESCRIPTION

Mar

02

Understanding Human Trafficking for Mental Health Professionals: Session 1

Session 1: Understanding the Foundation of Human Trafficking In this session, participants will

Past Events
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Dec

14

Introduction to Classroom Well-Being Information and Strategies for Educators (WISE) and Cultural…

The Northeast & Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center invites school leadership

Dec

13

Session 3 of Fostering our Health Equity Literacy: Implementation and Sustainability: A CLAS…

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2022 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. PT [Find your local time zone here] Session 3 of 3 in

Dec

13

Southeast MHTTC’s School Mental Health Crisis Community of Practice: Part 3 - Strengthening our…

About the Community of Practice: In a crisis, school mental health leaders help a school community

Dec

13

When is the crisis really over? Resilience for in-person crisis and first responder staff and teams

This 75 min webinar will discuss healthy boundaries and effective coping skills for those doing in

Dec

13

Race-Based Stress and Psychosis

DESCRIPTION Experiences of racism are an unfortunate reality for most individuals from racially

Dec

13

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

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

Dec

12

Social Cognition and Recovery: The Importance of Sleep

About the Event: During this presentation, Kelsey Bonfils, PhD, will review what we know about

Dec

12

Safety Planning Intervention Training

The South Southwest MHTTC Team is facilitating a virtual Safety Planning Intervention training

Dec

09

Intervention Focus: Suicide Risk Assessment | IDD Track, Mental Health Institute

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

Dec

09

Ohio's SFY23 Crisis Academy Series: The EmPATH Model and Behavioral Health Urgent Care

DESCRIPTION: This webinar focuses on both the Emergency Psychiatric Assessment, Treatment and

Dec

09

Do You See Me? Moving from Intolerance to Acceptance

This 90 min webinar will discuss how to navigate unconscious racism and create a safe environment

Dec

09

Stages of Change

DESCRIPTION: The Stages of Change model has been a staple of training on person-centered

 

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.