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Having a crisis plan in place before a crisis occurs could mean the difference between a manageable event and a traumatic or dangerous event. Unfortunately, there are many challenges that our providers face concerning crisis plans. Some providers confuse crisis plans with safety plans. Others don’t understand the purpose of the plan and others might not understand the importance of reviewing the plan periodically. The purpose of this course is to help our providers increase their knowledge about crisis plans and increase their confidence around their ability to develop one.
This 90 minute Teleclass will help you to become comfortable with the details around crisis planning. You will be able to identify why they are important, when to develop and update them, and learn how to use them with children, adolescents and adults.
This is the Virtual Classroom for the Self-paced course on Relias for the DSM-5: What We Know Self-Paced Course
Thank you for your interest in the DSM-5: What We Know Now class, taught by Dr. Christina Watlington, PhD
Purpose of this Course:
Attend one of these information and discussion sessions on the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders. DSM-5 was released late May 2013 at American Psychiatric Association Annual meeting. The new manual brings change to the way we describe and categorize behavioral health problems. Some major diagnoses will differ from DSM-4TR making it necessary to gradually implement new procedures for areas impacted by these diagnostic changes. While we do not yet know all the ways the new manual will make us change, come to this class for an overview of what we know now. This class should give you a start in understanding an overview of the changes and what you and your region might need to study to adapt to the new manual.
Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to
- Gain an overview of the diagnostic categories that are changing.
- Identify at least 2 aspects of the DSM-5 that nay change how you practice with clients, documentation, or billing
- Gain knowledge of study resources to help you and your region adapt to DSM-5 impacts
Course Delivery format: Asynchronous Distance Learning- interaction includes quizzes with question & answer, web based resources, scheduled access to knowledgeable staff m-f 9-5 eastern, scheduled interaction with instructor quarterly or by appointment, Posttests & course evaluation. Email CUP@pathwayshealth.com for help, or call 912-258-0600.
- Teacher: Christina Watlington
As a clinical supervisor you need skills to support your clinicians in effective clinical practice. Treatment planning is a core clinical skill. Take this course to gain tools to help your supervisees produce strong, dynamic treatment plans that not only meet state documentation mandates, but actually guide the clinical process and produce meaningful outcomes.
Collaborative Problem Solving is a trauma-informed, evidence-based approach to understanding and helping children, adolescents, and adults with behavioral challenges. This four-week introductory course is brought to you by a Think:Kids certified trainer who uses this method extensively in services provided at Providence’s Maple Star of Oregon.
In this four session live interactive Tele-class series, you will have opportunity to gain an overview of this evidence- based approach. Through lecture, examples, and practice opportunities, this course provides a foundation for professionals and parents interested in learning and applying the Collaborative Problem Solving model in a variety of settings. This introductory training may serve as a prerequisite for Think:Kids trainings offered through Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Think:Kids offers intensive training workshops for professionals and advanced trainings for parents on a regular basis.
Attend one of these information and discussion sessions on the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders. DSM-5 is being released late May 2013 at American Psychiatric Association Annual meeting. The new manual brings change to the way we describe and categorize behavioral health problems. Some major diagnoses will differ from DSM-4TR making it necessary to gradually implement new procedures for areas impacted by these diagnostic changes. While we do not yet know all the ways the new manual will make us change, come to this class for an overview of what we know now, after the initial unveiling of this important practice resource.
Learning Objectives –
Participants will be able to:
- Gain an overview of the anticipated diagnostic categories that are changing.
- Identify at least 2 aspects of the DSM-5 that may change how you practice with clients, documentation, or billing.
- Gain initial ideas for how to help your region adapt to DSM-5 impacts.
- Teacher: Christina Watlington
This foundational trauma perspective course introduces the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study. The findings of this study by Anda & Felitti, revolutionalized understanding of the links between traumatic childhood experiences and adult well-being and disease. Come prepared to make the personal and professional connections regarding the impacts of how many ACEs you and your clients may be holding.