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eNewsletter or Blog
The third March issue of our newsletter features announcements of upcoming events & webinars and spotlights new resources, funding opportunities, and our newly published journal article. 
Published: March 27, 2023
eNewsletter or Blog
The second March issue of our newsletter features announcements of upcoming TTC network and SAMHSA webinars and spotlights new resources and funding opportunities.
Published: March 15, 2023
eNewsletter or Blog
The March issue of our newsletter celebrates National Social Work Month and Women's History Month, as well as featuring announcements of upcoming SAMHSA and partner events, new funding opportunities and school mental health and telehealth events.
Published: March 14, 2023
eNewsletter or Blog
The February issue of our newsletter celebrates Black History Month, mourns the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, and features announcements of upcoming SAMHSA and partner events, opportunities, and resources. 
Published: March 14, 2023
Multimedia
About this Resource:  This webinar recording focuses on telehealth approaches to providing educational resources for treating behavioral health conditions in rural settings. Dr. Lori Raney covers a range of technology approaches including Project ECHO, e-Consult, and the use of self-management technology. She presents useful information that can help administrators plan for educational approaches to help staff in remote settings continue to learn, find mentoring support and thrive professionally. Click here to download the presenter's slides (pdf). 
Published: March 13, 2023
Interactive Resource
This free interactive module walks participants through basic telehealth training capabilities.  Participants will... Learn about telehealth evolution, its current use, and legal and regulatory issues Identify various indications of telehealth service delivery Learn about telehealth etiquette  Discover ethical best practices for telehealth Learn the basic skills necessary to navigate the use of a telehealth platform    
Published: February 8, 2023
Multimedia
In this session of the 2022 ABC Summit, three regional entities share about the resources that they provide to school districts to support professional development, on-campus student support, and telehealth services.   Download the slides
Published: December 7, 2022
Print Media
The Community Mental Health Association of Michigan (CMHAM) created infographics based on data gathered in their recent statewide behavioral telehealth survey. This resource demonstrates the reported rates of behavioral telehealth use patterns prior to and throughout the height of the pandemic. The survey findings underscore the state's need for improved telehealth access and continued training support for Michigan’s behavioral healthcare providers. The CMHAM formed the Michigan Behavioral Telehealth Resource Center to strengthen innovative care delivery models and increase the use of evidence-based technologies to improve access to and the quality of behavioral health care. The Resource Center provides multi-level supports for behavioral telehealth, including an online curated resource library, telehealth alert communications, and a statewide advisory group that facilitates partnerships with Medicaid state leadership staff and national policy institutes. CMHA in partnership with public sector consultants also organized provider/consumer focus groups that offer comprehensive data on telehealth use, satisfaction, and barriers.   
Published: September 13, 2022
Multimedia
Recording of the event Telehealth for Early-Stage Psychosis: COVID-19 and Beyond, originally held on May 19, 2021.   Slide Presentation
Published: August 24, 2022
Print Media
Authors Kirill Staklo (he/him) and Nze Okoronta (they/them) provide an overview of the necessary information for the integration of Peer Specialists in hotline programming for equity and sustainability. Topics include: Intro to the Peer Role, Medical trauma and minority stress, Hotline work: How is it different?, Informed consent and harm reduction, Best practices in service establishment and training, and further resources.
Published: July 12, 2022
Multimedia
  Learning objectives: Defining terms - learning gender terminology Theoretical basis and tenants of gender affirmative model Medical interventions available to transitioning youth Learn about effective strategies and engagement of affirmative practice Increasing the clinical and cultural competence of psychologists and allied mental health professionals who will be treating transgender and gender expansive children and youth   Presented by: Andrea Garcia, MA, MS, PLMHP Andrea Garcia, MA, MS, PLMHP is a predoctoral intern in the Munroe-Meyer Institute Department of Psychology at UNMC. Andrea provides services in the Sleep and Primary Care Clinic. Andrea is a doctoral graduate student from the University of Kansas, School Psychology Program. Andrea’s dissertation research is focused on the neurocognitive outcomes of children prenatally exposed to opioids. Her research has been presented in the state capital research summit and a grant from the Children’s Miracle Network. Andrea’s clinical experience has ranged from working with children with severe emotional disturbances to children with chronic sleep problems. At the end of her clinical rotation at Munroe Meyer Institute, Andrea will pursue a post-doc in pediatric psychology focused on actively promoting the health and psychological well-being of children with complex medical conditions and their families.       Learn more about this series: Tele-Behavioral Health Consultation (TBHC) Primary Care Webinar Series    
Published: June 9, 2022
Multimedia
    To view the slide deck, click on DOWNLOAD above CLICK HERE to watch the recording This event was held on March 8, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. MT. Event Description This presentation discussed strategies that school-based behavioral health and community providers can use to promote online engagement with clients who receive individual and group therapy through an online format. Participants learned about effective ways to engage students and participate in experiential activities to understand and explore telehealth applications to deliver therapy goals. The application of these services was discussed in the context of community clinics and school settings.  Learning Objectives Orient to online individual and group therapy service provision  Discuss the importance of engagement during the therapeutic process  Understand telehealth applications to facilitate mental health services  Apply newly developed skills into practice to enhance the therapy experience    Trainer Aaron Fischer, PhD, BCBA-D                           Dr. Fischer is the Dee Endowed Professor of School Psychology,  an adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry, and Director of the University of Utah Huntsman Mental Health Institute's School Mental Health Collaborative. He is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He has worked with individuals with mental and behavioral health concerns and their families for over 15 years.  His research focuses on the the intersection of innovative technology and school mental health, specifically telehealth applications to support diverse students, caregivers, and educators. 
Published: March 8, 2022
Print Media
En medio del actual distanciamiento social del COVID-19 y las órdenes de quedarse en casa, muchos proveedores de salud mental han cambiado rápidamente sus interacciones primarias con los clientes a un compromiso remoto una plataforma remota. Para algunos, esto significa usar una plataforma de videoconferencia para simular una reunión en persona. Sin embargo, para muchas personas el acceso a una computadora o tableta y un servicio de internet confiable no es disponible. Para estas personas puede ser necesario interactuar con ellos principalmente, o únicamente, a través del teléfono mediante llamadas de voz o mensajes de textos. Esta herramienta proporcionará información sobre las estrategias para un compromiso de calidad con los clientes que utilizan el teléfono. Esta guía puede aplicarse a su trabajo durante la emergencia de salud pública del COVID-19, así como cuando se comuniqué con clientes que pueden vivir en zonas remotas, rurales y de difícil acceso. Tenga en cuenta que es mejor hablar con la administración de su agencia para determinar cualquier problema o preocupación con la prestación de servicios a distancia, incluyendo, pero no limitado a, el cumplimiento de la HIPAA (Ley de transferencia y responsabilidad de seguros de salud conocido como HIPAA), el reembolso de servicios y las autorizaciones de cuidado.
Published: February 3, 2022
Presentation Slides
View Session Recording The COVID-19 pandemic forced many mental health organizations to rapidly modify services that are typically provided in-person to remote delivery via telehealth. Now as social distancing restrictions are lifted, you have to decide how your services will look going forward. This series of 6 sessions will help you think about how telebehavioral health services could continue to be utilized, how to think about investing for telebehavioral health, and what you need to do now for long-term success. Session Objectives: Reimbursable telehealth services Identify opportunities of profitability in the telemental health & DS Identify challenges of profitability in the telemental health & DS Creating a positive telemental health ROI
Published: August 30, 2021
Presentation Slides
View Session Recording The COVID-19 pandemic forced many mental health organizations to rapidly modify services that are typically provided in-person to remote delivery via telehealth. Now as social distancing restrictions are lifted, you have to decide how your services will look going forward. This series of 6 sessions will help you think about how telebehavioral health services could continue to be utilized, how to think about investing for telebehavioral health, and what you need to do now for long-term success.   Session Objectives: Identify the future service opportunities using digital services Understand the benefits and challenges of digital services List areas to consider in costs, potential barriers, and adoption issues Discern and overcome selection, management, and adoption issues when planning for and developing digital health services
Published: August 30, 2021
Presentation Slides
View Session Recording The COVID-19 pandemic forced many mental health organizations to rapidly modify services that are typically provided in-person to remote delivery via telehealth. Now as social distancing restrictions are lifted, you have to decide how your services will look going forward. This series of 6 sessions will help you think about how telebehavioral health services could continue to be utilized, how to think about investing for telebehavioral health, and what you need to do now for long-term success.   Session Objectives: Why Prepare your company Prepare your staff How to be agile Prepare your workflows Prepare your data Security considerations Scale and optimize
Published: August 30, 2021
Presentation Slides
View Session Recording The COVID-19 pandemic forced many mental health organizations to rapidly modify services that are typically provided in-person to remote delivery via telehealth. Now as social distancing restrictions are lifted, you have to decide how your services will look going forward. This series of 6 sessions will help you think about how telebehavioral health services could continue to be utilized, how to think about investing for telebehavioral health, and what you need to do now for long-term success.   Session Objectives: Why? Known issues with provider training Lessons learned Applying lessons learned
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Session recording for Session 1: The Future of Telebehavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Services
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Recording for Session 2: The Evidence-Base for Telebehavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Services
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Recording for Session 3: Return on Investment for Telebehavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Services
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Recording for Session 4: Future Planning and Investment for Telebehavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Services
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Recording for Session 5: What Behavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Infrastructure to Build Now and What Can Be Built Later
Published: August 30, 2021
Multimedia
Recording for Session 6: Rollout Lessons: Recommendations for Training, Known Issues with Provider Training, and Lessons Learned
Published: August 30, 2021
Presentation Slides
View Session Recording Session 1: The Future of Telebehavioral Health and Digital Mental Health Services The COVID-19 pandemic forced many mental health organizations to rapidly modify services that are typically provided in-person to remote delivery via telehealth. Now as social distancing restrictions are lifted, you have to decide how your services will look going forward. This series of 6 sessions will help you think about how telebehavioral health services could continue to be utilized, how to think about investing for telebehavioral health, and what you need to do now for long-term success.
Published: August 11, 2021
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