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As a continued effort to provide members and mental health practitioners educational opportunities, MACMHP will offer quarterly trainings on an array of topics pertinent to mental health professionals. Events will be listed below as they become available. Have a topic of interest? Tell us what you'd like to see offered.


UPCOMING TRAININGS:

 

 

 


PREVIOUS TRAININGS INCLUDE:

 

november 8, 2017:

HISTORICAL TRAUMA TO HEALING: CULTURALLY SENSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Presented by: Sam Simmons, LADC, Samuel Simmons Consulting

[more information]

 

 

October 25, 2017:

COMMUNITY CONVERSATION & HEALING: LET'S TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH

In partnership, MACMHP, Southside Community Health Services, and Hue-MAN hosted the event: "Community Conversation & Healing: Let's Talk About Mental Health" on October 25, 2017. The event, held at LSS Center for Changing Lives, was a dynamic conversation between community members and community mental health providers on how to better serve our diverse communities. Find the event summary here.

Opening Panelists Included:

  • Sam Simmons, SAFE Families Manager, The Family Partnership
  • Clarence Jones, Outreach Director, Southside Community Health Services
  • Pahoua Yang, PhD, LP, LICSW Vice President, Community Mental Health & Wellness at Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
  • Moderated by Gary Norman, Manager of Behavioral Health and Director of First Street Center at Carver County

A follow up webinar training is scheduled for 11/8.  [more information]

 

 

MAY 31, 2017:

mental health therapy of the future: telemedicine

Presented by: Shauna Reitmeier, MSW, Chief Executive Officer of Northwestern Mental Health Center, Inc. and Lee Penman, Founding Partner and Vice President of Clinical Operations, InnovaTel, Telepsychiatry.

What is telemedicine? Where is it going? How can we use it? This interactive webinar discussion on telemedicine in mental health services provides: 

  • A general description of what telemedicine is,
  • An overview of the telemedicine model in Minnesota, 
  • Offers an in-depth dive into implementing telemedicine in your service delivery and 
  • Views of where the future of telemedicine is headed. 

[more information]

 

 

March 15, 2017:
The Practical Application of the New CTSS Codes in a 
Community and Home-Based Setting

Presented by: Denise A. Gardner, MS, LPCC; Amy Anderson, MA - Fernbrook Family Center
The purpose of this session is to take the new CTSS billing codes and present the practical application of the new codes for Mental Health Practitioners, Clinical Trainees and Mental Health Professionals who are working with children through CTSS services. [more information]

more Calendar

11/9/2017 » 12/5/2017
Webinar Recording: Historical Trauma to Healing: Culturally Sensitive Mental Health Services

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