The NYS Department of Health has engaged the McSilver Institute to provide training and technical assistance around the implementation of Complex Trauma within Children’s Health Homes. For more information on this initiative and additional resources go to ctacny.org/complextrauma
Living in poverty has been linked to psychological distress that — unless addressed — can impactan individual’s trajectory to wellness. Lack of knowledge, fear and bias can prevent both the provider and client from discussing poverty’s effect on treatment. Therefore, in order to effectively treat and promote mental health more generally, behavioral health organizations working within impoverished communities must understand and recognize the intricate relationship betweenpoverty and mental health.
This webinar focuses on key points to know about the summit, how best to prepare for it, and important information from state leadership on the children’s services transformation.
During today's clinic and social service climate there is often much more demand and stress than we may realize. As helpers, we have a unique relationship with stress and self care. It may often be the case that we take care of everyone else first. During this webinar, two of CTAC's clinic coordinators will talk about the importance of managing occupational stress and implementing self care. We will talk about compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue and also share some practical ways of coping.
The first 30 days of treatment is a critical time in which to engage and set the foundation for treatment. This webinar will present strategies on engagement, assessment, and goal-setting that will support a more positive and collaborative relationship between providers and families.
As a continuation of the last webinar, this webinar will present strategies on setting a foundation in the first 30 days for a focused treatment plan, tracking measurable outcomes, and discharge planning.
The first of two webinars designed to present the evidence for the critical role of caregivers and provide practical strategies and approaches to increase practitioner comfort with and success in engaging caregivers. Part I will focus on ways providers can effectively engage caregivers/parents in the treatment process.