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The Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency is looking for qualified individuals to provide training opportunities for possible future training events.  Specifically, professionals who could provide teaching experiences in the areas of Case Management,  Healthy Cooking/ Healthy Eating Habits, treating adolescents with co-occurring disorders, health issues for the aging Behavioral Health population and early childhood Behavioral Health issues/treatment.  Some trainings will require educational credentials for the allowance of CEU’s for licensed Psychologists, Social Workers and LCPCs.  Please send information to: mhaaac@aol.com.  

 

Free Virtual Training August 18th: The Importance of Resilience & Wellbeing in Children

The Importance of Resilience & Wellbeing in Children

Wednesday, August 18th, 2021
12:00 PM-1:15PM

Stephanie Trice, LCSW-C and Ann Hoyt, LCSW-C from Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency will offer an interactive training to parents and caregivers of children. They  will discuss the six core competencies of resilience identified by the Maryland Behavioral HealthAdministration’s Resilience Committee. Other topics will include stress, mindfulness and ways to support children in advancing their resilience skills.

Registration is required to receive the Zoom link. CLICK HERE  to register

CLICK HERE to view the flyer for this event

Sponsored by: Anne Arundel County Public Library and Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency
Price: Free

Learn More | Register

Posted: 07/23/2021

Free Virtual Training July 30 Co-Occurring Disorders: Self Care: the Impact of Treating Co-Occurring Disorders During a Pandemic

Co-Occurring Disorders: Self Care: the Impact of Treating Co-Occurring Disorders During a Pandemic

Friday, July 30, 2021
9:00 AM-12:00 PM
2.5 NAADAC Contact Hours

This training is part of a series designed  to provide a standardized set of trainings and
supervisory supports to service providing organizations that will:

1. improve outcomes for patients who have co-occurring disorders

2. Improve organizational outcomes, staff morale, and organizational efficiencies.
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

? Describe the vital importance of self-care of behavioral health professionals.
? Explore strategies to prioritize self-care especially during a pandemic.
? Understand how self care mitigates the inevitable impact of providing co-occurring disorder treatment.

PRESENTER

Anthony Estreet, PhD,
LCSW-C, LCADC,
Executive Director, Next
Step Treatment Center

To view the registration flyer, click HERE

This course is appropriate for all persons who interact with patients, which may include intake staff, reception area personnel, drivers, maintenance staff, as well as professional staff.

Sponsored by: Central East ATTC/The Danya Institute
Price: Free
Contact:

For questions, email training@danyainstitute.org or call 1-240-645-1145


Learn More | Register

Posted: 07/22/2021

NAADAC's New Free Webinar Series; Advancing Awareness in LGBTQ Care

Advancing Awareness in LGBTQ Care

This four-part webinar series was developed by NAADAC along with their LGBTQ+ Clinical Issues Sub-Committee, and will start on Friday, June 18 at 12:00pm ET, with Part I: History of Specialized Treatment for LGTBQ+ Clients.

Each webinar in the series will take place on the third Friday of the month at noon ET, starting in June and ending in September.

While viewing the education is free, non-members must pay to receive CEs ($20 for
1.5 CEs and $25 for 2 CEs). NAADAC members earn CEs for free

To view the flyer for more details CLICK HERE

Please email NAADAC@naadac.org for any questions

 

Sponsored by: NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals

Register

Posted: 05/14/2021

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410-222-3500
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1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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1-877-676-9854
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1-800-985-5990
Text: "TalkWithUs" to 66746

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