The National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health (the NNED), supported by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), invites you to participate in its second annual training opportunity, NNEDLearn 2012. Based on input from the NNED, SIX training tracks will be offered to build skills in evidence supported and culturally appropriate clinical, consumer, and organizational practices. With your support, the NNED has continued to thrive as a federal-community partnership geared to addressing mental health and substance abuse issues for those serving diverse ethnic and racial communities.
The SIX Training Tracks offered through NNEDLearn 2012:
· Committing to Authentic Peer Support Services in Your Organization
· Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Latinos/Hispanics
· Empowering Our Spirits Tribal Suicide Prevention Program: The Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
· Motivational Interviewing
· Strengthening Families Program (SFP 10-14)
· The Four Cs of Collaboration: Change, Culture, Conflict, and Communication
Plus, a Plenary Session on Trauma and a Trauma-Informed Organizational Approach. CEUs Available.
Recognizing challenging fiscal times, yet the need for continued capacity building and practitioner development in our communities, SAMHSA will cover the costs of training, travel and lodging for NNEDLearn 2012 participants.
Please read NNEDLearn 2012 Overview_1-10-12.pdf (281.15 kb) for more detailed information and the agenda.