Training and Events Calendar

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Sep

13

Suicide Prevention Training: Presentation and Panel Discussion for University of North Dakota…

The Mountain Plains MHTTC in partnership with the University of North Dakota Department of

Sep

11

Complex Case Challenges in Mobile Videoconferencing for Telemental Health Consultation

This online consultation session will discuss best practices for conducting telemental health via

Sep

11

Suicide Prevention Safety Planning Intervention Training

In association with the World Suicide Prevention Day Conference that Northwest MHTTC co-sponsored

Sep

10

C-TLC: Mental Health Supports for Children - Issues with Rural Delivery

Research has shown that children with mental, behavioral, and developmental disorders and their

Sep

10

Cohort 2 Building Capacity of School Personnel to Promote Positive Mental Health in Children and…

This project employs a Community of Practice approach that builds the capacity of schools' teams to

Sep

10

Training Topic One: Introduction to a Multi-Tiered, Public Health Approach (Group One)

This session covers the dimension of positive mental health and application of evidence-based mental

Sep

10

From Past to Purpose, Arkansas 1st Annual Region 6 Peer Recovery Conference

Arkansas is hosting the first annual peer recovery conference for Region 6.

Sep

10

World Suicide Prevention Conference

World Suicide Prevention Conference Calling all Health and Behavioral Health Professionals, School

Sep

09

Moutain Plains MHTTC Leadership Academy

Dates: Sept 9-11, 2019 Residents of rural and remote places are often underserved by mental health

Sep

06

Partnering with Schools Webinar Series: Shift and Share

Texas schools have never been more interested in supporting students’ mental health. Community

Sep

05

Trauma-Informed Care and Practices (Part III): Correcting Behaviors

This is part three in a three part series on Trauma-Informed Care and Practices. In this session,

Sep

03

Youth Mental Health First Aid for Indiana School Safety Specialists

Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers,