|August 4, 2020- October 27, 2020 |
Intersection Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health Six (6) Part Series
In this series, participants will learn to identify symptoms of traumatic brain injury, which often goes undetected and can be mis-perceived as non-compliance with treatment. Certificates of attendance will be issued for these workshops.
Part 1: An Introduction (August 4, 2020)--To register, please click here.
Part 2: Traumatic Brain Injury and Addiction and Substance Use/Abuse Community (August 18, 2020)--To register, please click here.
Part 3: Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in the Veterans Community (September 8, 2020)--To register, please click here.
Part 4: Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health for the Mental Health/Behavioral Health Community (September 10, 2020)--To register, please click here.
Part 5: Traumatic Brain Injury and Mental Health in the K-12 Education Community (October 6, 2020)--To register, please click here.
Part 6: Open Session Webinar (October 27, 2020--Registration information to be announced)
|August 14, 2020 |
"Welcome to my World": Extreme Emotional States and COVID-19
In this webinar we will discuss past and current extreme emotional states and how they affect our experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will have the opportunity to speak from their lived experiences. We welcome questions from the audience!
Date/Time: Friday August 14, 2020 from 2:00pm-3:30pm EDT
To register, please click here.
|August 18 & 20th |
American Disabilities Act (ADA) Civil Rights, How it Relates to Persons in Addiction Recovery, and its Benefits During the COVID-19 Health Crisis
Today, 30 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), thousands of people in recovery from addiction are unaware of their civil rights under the law. The ADA insures that people with addiction to alcohol, and in recovery from opioids and other drugs have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else.
Register for Part One
Register for Part Two
|August 21, 2020 |
This training is for staff of all levels and experience who work in programs such as Housing First and other Harm Reduction models. This workshop will review the HRM (harm reduction model) and provide attendees with an understanding of how this model incorporates a spectrum of intervention strategies from safer us, to managed use & abstinence. Participants will gain an understanding about how and why this approach aims to meet each client where they are in their stage of change, addressing conditions of not only the drug use but other dimensions of the individual client's life, in order to work with each client in a holistic, strength-based and client-centered way. Participants are encouraged to come to this workshop with actual cases/client situations in mind, as we will work through case plans and break down barriers to assist participants with their approach with challenging cases and issues that may arise.
Date/Time: Friday August 21, 2020 from 9:00am-11:00am EDT
To register, please click here.
|Date To-Be-Determined |
State Endorsed Association of Community Rehabilitation Educators (ACRE) Based Training
This eight-week, online course is ideal for employment professionals who have been working in the field for a minimum of six months. Each of the three sessions will host 12 learners over eight weeks. This will include a weekly, 3.5 hours virtual class plus several one-to-one sessions, online support, and a final debrief session. Each component will be facilitated by Dr. Drew and delivered via Zoom.
The course will teach you:
- Core values and principles to practice Community Integrated Employment Supports.
- Individualized and customized employment and career planning.
- Community research and job development.
- Workplace and related supports for multiple populations.
Stay tuned for date announcements which may come as soon as mid-August.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Ongoing || |
The New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center (NEPTTC) is offering free webinars in August and September.
Two, FREE On-Demand /Self Paced Prevention Courses:
"Teaching the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) at a University"
"Minecraft, Not Ms. Pacman: Transforming Prevention Professionals for Today's Audiences"
For more information you may follow this LINK.
To REGISTER CLICK HERE
| Ongoing || |
Marijuana and the Adolescent Brain
The Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center is providing an e-training opportunity for behavioral health, prevention, and treatment providers in Rhode Island.
After completing this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand key aspects of brain development in adolescence.
- Describe different forms of marijuana that may be used by adolescents.
- Describe adverse effects of marijuana use on adolescent health, development, and behavior.
- Discuss current data regarding adolescent marijuana use in RI.
- Identify community-based strategies being used in RI to prevent adolescent marijuana use.
To begin the e-training, please click here.
| Ongoing || |
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority health is offering a new, free and accredited webinars on:
Improving Cultural Competency for Behavioral Health Professionals
This online program is a practical tool for behavioral health professionals who want to gain skills and knowledge about culture and diversity, which could be applied daily to better serve your clients. The tool is particularly timely for professionals working to address the opioid epidemic among racial and ethnic populations, which have low treatment rates and some of the highest rates of opioid misuse and overdose. There are 4 courses and the ability to earn up to 5 CEUs.
For more information and descriptions of the courses please click HERE.
| Ongoing || |
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Center on PTSD is sponsoring a series for online learning:
The website brings together free in-depth Continuing Education resources for the Professional community concerned with trauma.
Click HERE for a list of all Continuing Ed offerings.
The Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center announces a FREE eLearning opportunity: "Marijuana and the Adolescent Brain" for Behavioral Health, Prevention and Treatment providers in RI.
For information and to access this training go to: https://www.riprc.org/elearning/marijuana_adolescent_brain/#/
"What's Up with e-Cigarettes?" is a FREE one hour e-training developed by the Rhode Island Prevention Resource Center for behavioral health, prevention and treatment providers in Rhode Island. A certificate of attendance will be issued upon completion of the course.
To register for this one hour interactive training CLICK HERE.
Suicide Prevention Resource Center is offering an online course, "Counseling on Access to Lethal Means" (CALM).
Access to lethal means can determine whether a person who is suicidal lives or dies. This course explains why means restriction is an important part of a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention. This has been approved for 2 NBCC Clock Hours and 2 NASW continuing education units.
For more information on this and other trainings CLICK HERE.
SAMHSA and The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare is offering individuals FREE tutorials that focus on the subjects of substance abuse and child welfare; they support and facilitate collaboration between the child welfare system, the substance abuse treatment system and the courts. Continuing Education Units are available upon successful completion of a tutorial. Please click on the link to REGISTER.
Tutorial 1: "Understanding Child Welfare and the Dependency Court: A Guide for Substance Abuse Treatment Professionals"
Tutorial 2: "Understanding Substance Use Disorders, Treatment, and Family Recovery: A Guide for Child Welfare Professionals"
Tutorial 3: "Understanding Substance Use Disorders, Treatment and Family Recovery: A Guide for Legal Professionals"
National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center is hosting SOAR ONLINE.
SOAR Online is a series of continuing education/continuing medical education (CE/CME)training modules that can be completed whenever and wherever you like. Recognizing that individuals who have experienced trafficking or who are at risk of trafficking access a variety of services, SOAR Online now includes additional trainings tailored for specific professionals on how to identify and respond to human trafficking. There is no fee for these educational activities.
The training modules available include:
SOAR for Health Care
SOAR for Social Services
SOAR for Public Health
SOAR for Behavioral Health
SOAR to Health and Wellness
Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services
Visit the SOAR online page for full CE/CME information and to register for SOAR Online.
Stop: Describe the scope of human trafficking in the United States.
Observe: Recognize the verbal and nonverbal indicators of human trafficking.
Ask: Identify and interact with individuals who have been trafficked using a victim-centered and trauma-informed approach.
Respond: Respond effectively to potential human trafficking in your community by identifying needs and available resources to provide critical support and assistance.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers 14 self-paced, online business courses to behavioral health organizations and providers through "BHbusiness". These courses are available at NO COST. You can learn at your own pace while earning continuing education credits. BHbusiness courses offered include:
- Bundled Payments:
- Costing Out Your Services
- Planning for the Next Generation of HIT
- Value-based Purchasing
To register and for more information on all self-paced, online courses, and other educational resources, visit BHbusiness.org.
SAMHSA offers BHbusiness self-paced, online courses in partnership with the National Council for Behavioral Health and Advocates for Human Potential. All BHbusiness courses are hosted on HealtheKnowledge.
The Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC)offers a wide range of webinars for Addiction Professionals and those seeking certification as an addiction professional. See FLYER for details.
For class descriptions and registration information go to: https://www.naadac.org/webinars.