This was the final webinar of a four-part series on Creating Successful Group Experiences. This webinar provided information on measuring group efficacy through evaluations, which assess relevant outcomes and performance indicators.
The third webinar in a four-part series on Creating Successful Group Experiences, introduces providers to an effective group facilitation method called ROPES (Review, Overview, Presentation, Exercise, Summary). ROPES provides a comprehensive yet efficient model useful for an organized and goal-oriented (themed) group to keep on track with each session. There will be a ROPES facilitation methods video demonstration.
There is a general lack of understanding and appreciation for the contribution of social, educational, poverty related and economic factors in health disparities and outcomes. This webinar is designed to define and identify the role of social determinants in health as well as explore strategies to address social determinants and its implications for the healthcare system.
The MCTAC team hosted a change management leadership for Managed Care webinar on March 18, 2015, featuring Dr. Anthony Salerno of the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research. This webinar focused on the key strategies for effective change management leadership in the rapidly changing behavioral health landscape and their application to the transition to Managed Care.http://mctac.org/files/misc/14/change-management-for-mctac-webinar-march...
Do you wish you had a practical, easy to use and effective tool to engage transition aged youth in making informed and healthy decisions? Would having an easy to apply group facilitation method that keeps young people involved appeal to you? If so, you have an exciting opportunity to join with others in more effectively serving the needs of young people struggling with the developmental tasks of young adulthood!
Child and family focused service systems are changing to respond to the reality of the widespread experience of trauma. Experience and evidence show that an understanding of the prevalence and impact of trauma built in at all points of the treatment system, from system leaders through direct service providers, helps strengthen clients’ recovery, decrease retraumatization, and supports positive outcomes. Participants will learn organizational level strategies to recognize and respond to the impact of trauma in a way that promotes healing and enhances service delivery.
What does effective supervision look like? Supportive supervisory relationships are vital to building staff resilience and creating a healthy work environment. This webinar will focus on key concepts that support building reflection, problem-solving, coping, and a positive collaborative supervisory relationship to help meet the needs of the clinician and support the role of the supervisor. This webinar is targeted to both supervisors and supervisees and will highlight tools and strategies that can be utilized for a more effective supervisory process.
Engagement starts with the initial contact and incorporates all agency staff. Supervisors will learn basic engagement strategies, guidelines for implementation, and develop a plan to guide staff through these practices.
Family Peer Support Leaders are faced with unprecedented and complex changes with the children’s system redesign and the transition to Medicaid Managed Care. The right approach to leadership is critical to navigating these changes successfully. This webinar, featuring Dr. Anthony Salerno, will focus on the key strategies for effective change management leadership for Family Peer Support Program Directors, Board Members, Program Managers, and Agency -Partners.