Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
Feb

15

Pacific Southwest MHTTC Office Hours

Have a training or technical assistance question regarding mental health service provision or school

Feb

17

Regional Peer Workforce Consultation Calls: Supervision

Monthly Open Consultation Calls on Adult Peer Workforce Topics for Region 10 providers Facilitated

Feb

24

NWPBIS Conference 2021: Centering Students and Supporting Educators

The school mental health supplement is excited to sponsor the Mental Health strand at the 18th

Mar

01

National ACT Virtual Meetings to Address Impact of COVID-19

National ACT Virtual Meetings & Discussion Forum to Address Impact of COVID-19 Assertive Community

Mar

03

SMART Center 2021 Virtual Speaker Series - Dr. Anne Gregory

The school mental health supplement to the Northwest MHTTC is excited to co-sponsor the UW SMART

Mar

04

Screening, Brief intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Workshop

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

Mar

10

Well-Being Wednesdays: Coping with Difficult Thoughts, Feelings and Experiences

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

Mar

17

Motivational interviewing Foundation: Relational skills

The Great Lakes MHTTC and ATTC offer this training to behavioral health and prevention practitioners

Mar

17

Regional Peer Workforce Consultation Calls: Documentation

Monthly Open Consultation Calls on Adult Peer Workforce Topics for Region 10 providers Facilitated

Apr

05

National ACT Virtual Meetings to Address Impact of COVID-19

National ACT Virtual Meetings & Discussion Forum to Address Impact of COVID-19 Assertive Community

Apr

06

ACT And COVID-19: Meet Up For ACT Mental Health Authorities, Funders, Trainers, And Fidelity…

National ACT Virtual Meetings & Discussion Forum to Address Impact of COVID-19 Assertive Community

Apr

06

Quarterly Supervisors of Adult Peer Workforce calls

Quarterly Supervisors of Adult Peer Workforce calls Facilitated by Mental Health & Addiction

Ongoing Events
Past Events
Oct

27

ISF West Coast Party: ISF Systems & Trauma-Informed Approaches w/Susan Barrett

Please note: These events will be limited to 500 attendees. Access to the live event will be

Oct

27

Suicide Assessment and Response for K-12 Populations

Suicide Assessment and Response for K-12 Populations October 27, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm US/Mountain

Oct

27

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

27

Addressing Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in Primary Care

Addressing Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in Primary Care October 27, 2020 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Oct

27

Telehealth: Lessons Learned and Current Initiatives

The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this training in partnership with The Community Mental Health

Oct

27

Transforming Youth Suicide Prevention in Michigan

The Great Lakes MHTTC offers this training in partnership with The Community Mental Health

Oct

26

Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Supporting Latinx

While motherhood is culturally perceived as a ‘happy’ period in life, there are several mental

Oct

23

Mindfulness para Latinas

*Este taller es un evento privado y no está abierto para nuestra comunidad* Mindfulness para Latinas

Oct

23

Safety Planning Train-the-Trainer

The Safety Planning Intervention Training is a 6 hour face-to-face training. It is didactic in

Oct

22

ISF West Coast Party: Secondary Traumatic Stress and Educator Well Being w/Steve Hydon

Please note: These events will be limited to 500 attendees. Access to the live event will be

Oct

22

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

22

Mental Health Issues in Latinx Youths

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