Professional Learning Center

Training

Whole Health & Integrated Care

Sessions

Integrating Health into a Recovery Oriented System



Date: Monday, March 25, 2019
Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm
Location: The Coalition for Behavioral Health, Inc.| 123 William Street, 19th Floor | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria: This full day training is designed for practitioners, peer providers, case managers, and supervisors. PROS and HCBS providers will be given preference.

This training will not cover specific medical diagnosis or make treatment recommendations but rather facilitate discussion for how front line behavioral health professionals can support the physical health of those worked with. It is an introductory discussion only.

The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

Information for Continuing Education:
This course is approved for 6 LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, and CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand. To receive the CE hours participants must: arrive on time; stay for the full session; submit a post-test; and document their attendance via the Social Work CE sign in and sign-out roster. No credit will be provided for partial attendance, no exceptions please.

Integrating Health into a recovery- oriented system is an introductory overview on supporting individuals living with chronic physical and mental health conditions.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Sessions

Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Skillful Living


**This is a two-day training; participants must be able to commit to attending both sessions.

Date(s): Friday, March 29, 2019 AND April 5, 2019
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm | Doors open at 8:30am
Location: The Coalition for Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. | 123 William Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1901 | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria: This training is intended for mental health professionals who wish to acquaint themselves with the treatment or who are considering adopting DBT. Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) providers and Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) providers are highly encouraged to attend and will be given priority registration. Individuals working in OMH licensed will also be given priority. The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

* Information for Continuing Education:
This course is approved for 12 LMSW/LCSW CE hours, 12 LMHC CE hours and 12 CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand.

Celebrated by Time in its book 100 New Scientific Discoveries, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is the comprehensive cognitive-behavioral treatment developed by Dr. Marsha M. Linehan to treat severe and complex mental health disorders.

It's All Your Fault:

Sessions

Mastering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for improving communication skills with adolescents


Dates: Monday, April 1, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location:The Coalition for Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. | 123 William Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1901 | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria: This workshop is suitable for clinicians of all ages in the NY area who have a master’s degree in social work, or related field. Some basic knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is strongly encouraged.

Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) providers and Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) providers are highly encouraged to attend and will be given priority registration. Individuals working in OMH licensed will also be given priority. The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

* Information for Continuing Education: This course is approved for 12 LMSW/LCSW CE hours, 12 LMHC CE hours, CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours are pending. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand.

As the name suggests, Cognitive Therapy (CT) focuses on the way people think ("cognition"). The concept behind CT is that our thoughts about a situation affect how we feel (emotionally and physically) and how we behave in that situation.

Court-Involved Youth Initiative:

Sessions

Examining Mass Incarceration and Juvenile Justice in 2018 with Behavioral Practitioners


Date: Tuesday, April 2, 2019
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm | Doors open at 9:00am
Location: The Coalition for Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. | 123 William Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1901 | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria: Behavioral health practitioners. Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) providers and Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) providers are highly encouraged to attend and will be given priority registration. Individuals working in OMH licensed will also be given priority. The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

* Information for Continuing Education: This course is approved for 3 LMSW/LCSW CE hours, 3 LMHC CE hours, and 3CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand.

America currently leads the world in incarceration. While compromising only 5 percent of the world's population, she nonetheless accounts for 25% of the world's prisoners.

HCBS in a VBP World

Sessions

HCBS in a VBP World


Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019
Time: 9:30am-12:30pm
Location: The Coalition for Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. | 123 William Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1901 | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria: Behavioral Health supervisors and direct care practitioners. Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) programs are highly encouraged to attend and will be given priority registration. Supervisors working in OMH licensed will also be given priority. The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

Information for Continuing Education:
This course has been approved for 3 Social Work LMSW/LCSW CE hours, and 3 LMHC CE hours. CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours are Pending. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand. To receive the CE hours participants must: arrive on time; stay for the full session; submit a post-test; and document their attendance via the Social Work CE sign in and sign-out roster. No credit will be provided for partial attendance, no exceptions please.

The course will introduce participants to the concept of Value in delivering behavioral health services and measuring the health outcomes that those services intend to promote.

Introducing and Diagnosing with the DSM-5

Sessions

Introducing and Diagnosing with the DSM-5



**PREREQUISITE: Some familiarity with the DSM-5, this session is not an introduction to the DSM-5 – attendees should have a basic understanding of DSM-5 mental health disorders prior to attending.

**This is a two-day training; participants must be able to commit to attending both sessions.

Date: Friday, April 12, 2019 AND April 26, 2019
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: The Coalition for Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc. | 123 William Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1901 | Manhattan

Target Audience Criteria:
Social workers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Administrators, substance use counselors. Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS) programs are highly encouraged to attend and will be given priority registration. Supervisors working in OMH licensed will also be given priority. The Coalition for Behavioral Health reserves the right to cancel reservations for those who do not meet the target audience criteria.

Information for Continuing Education:
This course has been approved for 12 Social Work LMSW/LCSW CE hours, and 12 LMHC CE hours. CASAC/CPP/CPS CE hours are Pending. Please have your Social Work License Number on hand.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - Fifth Edition (DSM-5) was released at the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) annual meeting in May 2013. As the first update to the manual in over a dozen years, it introduced exciting changes, considerable controversy, and broad implications for clinical practice.

Funding for these programs was made available through the New York City Council and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.