What Should We Know About Engagement?
Engagement skills are essential to working with participants and fostering positive outcomes. View these offerings to better support and partner with individuals, youth, and families.
Successful Engagement with Adults
July 29, 2020
Successful Engagement with Adults helps learners to better engage participants at each point of contact of care. Within these four modules, learners will follow a participant through their journey in a clinic and understand each phase of engagement, from initial contact through termination. Succe...
Learning the Basics of Family Engagement
June 30, 2020
Since the Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) study was published in the late 1990s, demonstrating that an increase in ACEs leads to an increase in one’s risk of various health and social issues, it has become the corner stone of the Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) movement. There are plenty of videos, art...
Transition Age Youth (TAY) Engagement: Best Practices & Personal Experiences
April 30, 2020
This panel discussion will explore practices from the perspective of two parents and two young people who have navigated the transition age years. This webinar should be applicable to professionals working with TAY in any public system of care, such as mental health, behavioral health, and juvenile...
Essential Tips for Tele-Behavioral Health Engagement
April 01, 2020
Telemental health offers behavioral health providers the unique opportunity to be connected to service participants, which has become increasingly important in this difficult time of public health crisis and social distancing. This pre-recorded webinar will offer guidance around how to engage partic...
The Out of Office Experience: Strategies and Interventions for Working in the Community
August 27, 2019
Conducting visits in the community can be a valuable strategy in partnering with families to better understand their needs, increase engagement and support retention of learned skills. Due to an increased demand of community based services, the effective use of community based interventions will b...