Here you will find a list of recent training series by title. Click each title to expand and learn more.
These two webinars on assessment will discuss important considerations for thorough and quality assessment in working with children and their families.
This series will help providers prepare for the Article 29-I Voluntary Foster Care Agency (VFCA) transition.
National experts present 3 webinars to help expand knowledge of research, tools and core competencies for working with individuals with ASD throughout the life stages.
This series shares and reviews revenue maximization strategies. Listeners will learn strategies to boost revenue by increasing productivity and motivating the workforce.
Across two webinars, Dr. Gilliam will explore ways to implement effective methods for reducing classroom behavior problems and preschool expulsion.
This webinar series explores the concepts of billing in mental health clinics. Topics include billing for beginners, dealing with claim denials and revenue maximization.
This series calls into question issues of systemic racism and oppression & provides concrete steps to attend to issues that disproportionately affect Black boys and men.
This webinar series was designed to support organizations with limited infrastructure and resources in understanding best practices in business operations.
BEAM includes a series of learning modules to develop a mental health clinic business model using the CTAC benchmarking tool.
This series will explore the concepts of business intelligence and use a productivity monitoring use-case to demonstrate the power of these tools available in MS Excel.
ICL has put together videos to explore how to implement services in the community, taking into consideration such topics as insurance, budgeting, safety issues, etc.
Join “Dr. Tony” in an educational series designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders.
This series focuses on strategies to address mental health crises during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially for those working with vulnerable clients and families.
This series provides useful information for first-time and well-seasoned facilitators to make the group experience a successful one.
This series goes beyond underscoring the importance of collecting data. Organizations will be equipped with tools and strategies to help them effectively use their data.
Documentation Done Right is a set of workbooks designed to share best practices in documentation and provide users with exercises that provide an opportunity to practice.
This series reviews best practices for documentation, CFTSS documentation requirements, and recommendations to developing treatment plans for FPSS.
CTAC has assembled a statewide panel of experts who both understand peer services and the education system to provide you with an orientation to this process.
This series guides providers from the first contact with families through discharge. It emphasizes collaboration and engagement of families for treatment plans.
This series explores the concept of Family-Driven Care (FDC), the idea that families should have a primary role in making decisions about the care their family receives.
This offering focuses on supporting providers to consider the evidence on family treatment, and to include a parent-education and coaching component in their practice.
This webinar series will build upon the in person core concepts of recovery and wellness events. Topics include building recovery-oriented relationships, programs, etc.
Grief is a common response to the loss of someone or something of value. This series covers how to support those grieving.
What does “harm reduction” actually mean in social service settings? Examples of harm reduction in service settings and with various populations will be discussed.
This series, led by ICL, covers a wide array of topics and strategies to provide more integrated care to clients.
This webinar series will give a better understanding of kinship care in New York State, services available, and information on financial assistance and legal options.
Using scenarios created in partnership with Transition Age Youth(TAY), this video series demonstrates MI consistent conversations for talking with TAY.
This series will take providers through the process of deciding what to measure, collecting data, review tools to interpret and communicate data, and how to use data.
This series provided participants with an immersive learning experience in order to support their organizations in the transition to a value-based environment.
This series focuses on guiding leaders, clinical staff, and peer support providers in a review of person-centered and recovery-oriented practices.
This series urges leaders to look at emerging trends, innovative service models, critical skill sets needed by staff, and strategies toward extending RTF services.
This is a series designed to increase Family Peer Advocates’ precision in delivering support to parents that is family-centered, strength-based, and resolution focused.
This series provides information about resources and best practices for working with clients who may have experienced or are experiencing sexual abuse, violence, etc.
This webinar series covers key core competencies of supervision, with strategies and recommendations to guide you in your work.
This two-part series focuses on giving providers the tools they need to address the serious mental health and behavioral challenges parents and caregivers may face in the
This 2-part webinar series reviews the technical and administrative requirements for the ethical and HIPAA compliant use of text messaging.
This series discusses the process of policy and procedure development and best practices to make them relevant and responsive.
This series provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the powerful data management features in Excel, and gives you your very own sample database that you can use.
Viewers will gain knowledge of the 5 core principles of Trauma Informed Care, and build an understanding of how they need to be present for both the recipient and staff.
This series is intended for school-based administrators, pupil personnel services staff and mental health providers interested in preparing schools to address trauma.
This webinar series provides an overview of common childhood mental health diagnoses as well as strategies for FPAs to support family engagement and partnership.