Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
May

12

Suicide Risk Assessment

The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this training for behavioral health professionals in HHS Region 5: IL,

May

12

Equity, Recovery, & Resilience

Join us for this 75-minute webinar, where we will engage in critical dialogue around equity,

May

12

Well-Being Wednesdays: Rejuvenating Through Relaxation, Recreation, and Routines

Well-Being Wednesdays is a webinar series geared toward education professionals, administrators, and

May

12

Trauma Informed Therapy: Part 4

Please join us for session 4 of the MHTTC webinar series: Trauma Informed Therapy. We will be

May

12

Mental Health Assessments for Unaccompanied Minors in the United States

The National Hispanic & Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center in partnership with Mary’s

May

12

Building Capacity of School Personnel to Promote Positive Mental Health in Native American Children…

Building Capacity of School Personnel to Promote Positive Mental Health in Native American Children

May

12

Enhancing Schoolwide Social Emotional Learning from Distance to In-Person Learning: A Framework in…

Enhancing Schoolwide Social Emotional Learning from Distance to In-Person Learning: A Framework in

May

13

Pause, Breathe, Move: Self-Care for Healthcare Providers - Session 3: Move

Session 3 focuses on the importance of moving mindfully. This session includes practicing a series

May

13

First Episode Psychosis Monthly Mentor Call

The First Episode Psychosis (FEP) monthly mentoring call hosted by the South Southwest MHTTC

May

13

Recovery-Oriented Practice Webinar Series with Patricia E. Deegan, PhD. Session 3: The Journey to…

Using medication to support recovery is more than learning to swallow pills on schedule. In this

May

13

Contingency Management with Serious Mental Illness; HHS Region 8

Contingency Management with Serious Mental Illness; HHS Region 8 Mental Health and Substance Use Co

May

13

Central Nervous System Effects of COVID-19 - An Evolving Science

Description: COVID-19 is a novel virus. Over these months of the pandemic, examples of persistent

Past Events
May

11

Demystifying the Trauma-Informed Yoga Practice

Join Exhale to Inhale Lead Trainer Julie Fernandez for a discussion with Martha Staeheli , Director

May

11

We are the Pillars: A Podcast Club for Providers; Session 2

This podcast is part of a larger series titled "We are the Pillars: A Podcast Club for Providers."

May

11

Changing the Conversation About Pain: The Role of Peer Support and Pain Education in the…

Individuals often believe that their pain is unchangeable and that leads to poor self-efficacy and

May

11

LGBT Elders after COVID: Healing, Emerging, Connecting

Description: Evidence has shown that loneliness has enormous impact on the physical and emotional

May

11

988 - National Helpline for Mental Health Emergencies

A national three-digit 988 behavioral health and suicide prevention crisis hotline is probably the

May

11

ACT Team Leader Listening Session: Alaska & Oregon (closed)

The Northwest MHTTC, in collaboration with the Great Lakes MHTTC present this listening session for

May

11

School MH Best Practices 'Always and Now' Learning Series Module 7: Funding and Sustainability

About the Learning Session: The MHTTC Network is hosting an 8-part training series using the

May

11

Healthy Minds @ Work MasterClass

The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this training to behavioral health professionals in HHS Region 5: IL,

May

10

Part 1- We Are Not the Same: Understanding the Impact of COVID and Social Injustices on the Diverse…

This is the first session belonging to a three-part virtual roundtable to address the impact of

May

10

Strengthening School Communities for a Safe, Supportive Return: A Listening and Learning Session

Description: Although there has been a variety of in-person, virtual, and hybrid learning occurring

May

07

Regional Peer Worker Support Circle

Registration for the Regional Peer Worker Support Circle is closed. What : The Regional Peer Worker

May

07

Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Overview: Parts 1 & 2

The work that PACT Teams do can be stressful and overwhelming at times. This can lead to burnout and