Integrating Core Skills from Evidence-Based Practices into Your Work

individuals putting puzzle pieces togetherIntegrating Core Skills from Evidence-Based Practices into Your Work - Southeast Regional Learning Community

Are you working in a place that doesn’t have supports for evidence-based practice? Are you looking for ways to more effectively advance recovery goals with your clients? Join us and leaders in the field who have been working with evidence-based practices to better incorporate core skills into your daily work. Learn with other Southeast providers in a 6-week, on-line learning community focused on doing more with less.  Each week, we will present information on a core skill that transcends different areas of practice, including small group discussion and support on how to incorporate that skill in your particular setting. 


To foster a supportive, consistent learning community, we are looking for Southeast regional providers/case managers/clinicians who can make a commitment to come weekly for each 90-minute session during the 6-week series. You will develop support systems with other providers like you, with focused time to interact with each other and the session leaders.  You will also have a chance to submit questions ahead of each session to better tailor the information to your needs. To register for this Southeast Regional Learning Community training opportunity, please click here.  Please note this training opportunity is for providers working/residing in the southeast region; space is limited. 


Who?  Providers/case managers/clinicians working in the Southeast region (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, or Tennessee)

When?  Thursdays at 1:00 PM eastern, starting February 2, 2023

How long? 90 minutes each, meeting weekly for 6 weeks.


Overview of Sessions

Session 1: Introductory session on doing more with less: Core skills from Evidence-based practices in under-resourced communities (Feb 2, 2023) 

Session 2: Client-directed goal setting and collaborative decision-making (Feb 9, 2023)

Session 3: Using measurement-based care principles to guide your practice (Feb 16, 2023)

Session 4: Coaching clients to work with providers/advocating for themselves (Feb 23, 2023)

Session 5: Working with community members (March 2, 2023)

Session 6: Recovery in challenging situations and wrapping it up (March 9, 2023)


Looking for a refresher on some of the evidence-based practices we'll be discussing? Check out the on-demand recordings from our 6-part Keeping It Practical series featuring leading experts as they review the core aspects of several evidence-based practices and focus on practical skills providers can use now to make a difference. (Click here to access the recordings!)   

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