Mountain Plains MHTTC

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School Mental Health Professionals Learning Series

This Community of Practice series is open to new participants!
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Strengthening Resilience

This resource provides tools for promoting resilience and positive mental health among Indigenous youth.
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COMING IN SPRING 2021!

Classroom WISE, a FREE 3.5 hour course that offers strategies and skills to engage and support students with mental health concerns in the classroom.
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January Newsletter

Strengthening Resilience Among Indigenous Youth, Supports for Students with Autism, College Mental Health Professional Series, and Free CEUs
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University of North Dakota
400 Oxford Street Stop 9025
Grand Forks, ND 58202
United States

Mountain Plains MHTTC

The primary focus of the Mountain Plains MHTTC is to provide training, resources, and technical assistance to individuals serving persons with mental health disorders. Particular attention is given to serving providers with limited access to service delivery systems with attention paid to rural and agricultural communities. By providing free, innovative, and accessible learning opportunities on research-based practices in mental health services, we seek to help you better serve your communities, staff, and patients.The Mountain Plains MHTTC serves the states of Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.


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NEWS

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School Mental Health Professionals Series Open to New Participants

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Why Use Community of Practice Models?

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jan

25

College Mental Health Professionals Community of Practice (CoP): Self-Care and Wellness during…

College Mental Health Professionals Community of Practice (CoP): Self-Care and Wellness during COVID

Jan

26

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Neurodiversity Among Youth

Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Neurodiversity Among Youth January 26, 2021 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Feb

01

School Mental Health Professionals Learning Series Winter 2021 Part 1

School Mental Health Professionals Learning Series Winter 2021 Part 1 February 1, 2021 9:00am - 10

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