On Demand: Tools for Working with Clients: Lessons Learned from Collaborative Decision Making

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About this Resource: 

Evidence-based practices have become the goal for supporting recovery for people with severe mental illness. But, we are not all working in environments that have the capacity to achieve full fidelity to these models.  In Part 2 of our this 6-part series Dr. Treichler reviews core aspects of Collaborative Decision Making, focusing on practical strategies and skills behavioral health providers can use now to make a difference.

To learn more or register for other sessions in this series, please visit our Keeping It Practical: Core Skills for Evidence-Based Practices page or click here

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February 14, 2022
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