Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
Oct

08

Special Weekly Series for Tribal Schools as they Reopen Amidst COVID-19

“Throughout their history, tribes have faced numerous and dark challenges, and they have always

Oct

09

Webinar #1: Educator Wellbeing 101 - Practical Tips to Help You S.O.A.R.

The Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center and the Northwest PBIS Network are

Oct

13

Apoyando el bienestar emocional y de salud mental de los estudiantes hispanos y latinos y sus…

El National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center ha organizado una serie de

Oct

14

Well-Being Wednesdays: Creating Safe and Supportive Environments

In this session, attendees will learn about psychological safety in the workplace and a

Oct

14

Compassion Fatigue Resilience: Reframing

Times: 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET / 3:00-4:30 p.m. PT / 12:00-1:30 p.m. HT ( view your time zone ) Compassion

Oct

14

Culturally Responsive Programs to Improve Access to Mental Health Services to Hispanics/Latinx…

This one and half-hour online session will focus on culturally responsive programmatic efforts to

Oct

15

Special Weekly Series for Tribal Schools as they Reopen Amidst COVID-19

“Throughout their history, tribes have faced numerous and dark challenges, and they have always

Oct

20

Apoyando el bienestar emocional y de salud mental de los estudiantes hispanos y latinos y sus…

El National Hispanic and Latino Mental Health Technology Transfer Center ha organizado una serie de

Oct

21

Motivational Interviewing Learning Collaborative (10/21)

Build your Motivational Interviewing (MI) skills through the free Motivational Interviewing Learning

Oct

21

Compassion Fatigue Resilience: Self-Care

Times: 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET / 3:00-4:30 p.m. PT / 12:00-1:30 p.m. HT ( view your time zone ) Compassion

Oct

22

Peer Support Echo (PS ECHO) 10/22

The Peer Support Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (PS ECHO) is a movement to share

Oct

22

Mental Health Issues in Latinx Youths

**This is a private training not opened to our community** Latinx youths are at significant risk for

Ongoing Events
Past Events
Sep

08

2020 CA Student Mental Wellness Conference Session: Adapting the National School Mental Health…

California School Mental Health Collaborative: Adapting the National School Mental Health Curricula

Sep

08

Tele-Mental Health During Turbulent Times: Practical Tools to Enhance Your Practice

About the Event: A global epidemic, social unrest, racial tensions, economic uncertainty -- these

Sep

08

TBI and Mental Health in the Veterans Community 

Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in the Veterans Community This is an intensive, online,

Sep

04

Student Mental Health During COVID-19: How to Prepare as Schools Reopen

Student Mental Health During COVID-19: How to Prepare as Schools Reopen is a webinar geared toward

Sep

04

Student Mental Health During COVID-19: How to Prepare as Schools Reopen

Student Mental Health During COVID-19: How to Prepare as Schools Reopen is a webinar geared toward

Sep

03

Special Weekly Series for Tribal Schools as they Reopen Amidst COVID-19 #3

“Throughout their history, tribes have faced numerous and dark challenges, and they have always

Sep

03

Deconstructing Unconscious Bias in Behavioral Health Care: Making the Case to Identify Not Blame

This webinar series is a collaboration between the Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC, the Northeast and

Sep

02

School Mental Health Virtual Learning Series, Part 5: Integrating Social-Emotional Learning into…

SERIES DESCRIPTION The Central East MHTTC in collaboration with the National Center for School

Sep

02

The Spirit of Communication in Native American Communities: Using Motivational Interviewing Session…

Part of a 10-hour Motivational Interviewing class that will be held in 2-hour sessions on a weekly

Sep

02

Nebraska Rural Health Association Conference

The Nebraska Rural Health Conference is the state's largest conference, created specifically for

Sep

01

Self-Compassion Webcast Series for Professionals in Education: Session #10

Whether you’re a counselor, teacher, or social worker, serving children is hard. You’re taking care

Sep

01

The COVID-19 “Patchwork Pandemic” and Mental Health

About the Event: COVID-19 has been called the “patchwork pandemic” because of its uneven impact