MCO Provider Resources

Additional Trainings

Updated as of 04/08/2022

Links to provider training resources in Washington State that are not part of mandatory training.

Apple Health DC:0-5™ Training
Apple Health DC:0-5™ Training

Age-appropriate assessments are a key component of providing effective mental health supports for children from birth through age five. This page provides information about relevant trainings that will be available to professionals serving the Apple Health early childhood population.

Delivering Suicide Safe Care
Delivering Suicide Safe Care

SLIDES - Delivering Suicide Safe Care

Delivering Suicide Safe Care
Delivering Suicide Safe Care

HANDOUT - Delivering Suicide Safe Care

ECHO BH Professional Workforce Resilience
ECHO BH Professional Workforce Resilience

Discuss with colleagues across the nation strategies for integrating the concepts of resilience into both your personal and work life.

Zoom connection information will be sent to your email after completing the registration form. To register, click HERE.

Extension for Community Outcomes (ECHO) Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) Program
Extension for Community Outcomes (ECHO) Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) Program

Extension for Community Outcomes (ECHO) conducted by the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Autism Center provide training community health providers who work with children and youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) by connecting community health care providers with behavioral health specialists. Click HERE for more information.

 

ECHO I/DD occurs 2nd Wednesday of each month

 

ECHO I/DD Wraparound-Next Step/Advance begins November 24th(4th Wednesday of each month)

 

ECHO I/DD Resources and Resource Navigation begins January 2022

Integrating Race & Culture into Evidence-Based Treatments January 21, 2021
Integrating Race & Culture into Evidence-Based Treatments January 21, 2021

Integrating race and culture in evidence-based treatments should be at the center of our work. The recent racial uprising has thrust the importance of discussing the impact of racism on everyone’s lives. This webinar will focus on how to consider race and culture at the center of your work and will begin with a brief overview of evidence-based strategies that are effective for use with historically marginalized populations. Panelists of providers with both lived experiences personally and professionally join us in this webinar to share their expertise with us in this webinar.

Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC Launches Free E-Course: Illness Management and Recovery
Northeast & Caribbean MHTTC Launches Free E-Course: Illness Management and Recovery

3.0 Hour Certificate of Completion Available

This free e-course at HealtheKnowledge.org introduces the Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) program, an evidence-based practice which helps individuals develop tools to manage their mental health conditions, set meaningful goals and make progress towards their personal recovery. In this course, you will:

• explore the relationship between illness management and recovery

• identify the core values and components of IMR

• learn goal setting strategies for helping participants set and achieve individualized recovery goals

• become familiar with motivational, educational and cognitive behavioral strategies that IMR facilitators use to run an effective group

STAY: Family Therapy with Adolescents- Virtual Training and CE Opportunity March 3-4, 2022
STAY: Family Therapy with Adolescents- Virtual Training and CE Opportunity March 3-4, 2022

STAY is an evidence informed, brief family therapy model that teaches families to Slow down, Take interest, Assess your role, and Yield to another's perspective. This framework helps families to effectively manage conflict, increase positive behaviors, and enhance their overall relationship quality.

Clinicians will learn best practice family engagement strategies and feel confident in their ability to manage complex family dynamics using this multi-step approach. It can be used as a simple engagement approach to including caregivers in their adolescent’s treatment, or as a more long term option for integrating into treatment for depression, trauma, and anxiety.

Supporting the Medical Care of People Living with Serious Mental Illness
Supporting the Medical Care of People Living with Serious Mental Illness

People living with serious mental illness die on average 25 years earlier than people in the general population, largely due to cardiovascular diseases like strokes and heart attacks. In recent years, behavioral health agencies have taken on responsibility to monitor and support the health status of their clients.

To support this vital work, HealthierHere partnered with the University of Washington AIMS Center to develop this online course.

Tribal Youth Resource Center (TYRC)
Tribal Youth Resource Center (TYRC)

Featuring sessions to support tribal youth programs, juvenile healing to wellness courts, & more!

Whole-Person Care for People Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use - Two Day Program
Whole-Person Care for People Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use - Two Day Program

This two-part series on "Whole-Person Care for People Experiencing Homelessness and Opioid Use" is based on a 2021 SAMHSA toolkit of the same name. Part 1 will provide an overview of selected content from the toolkit; Part 2 features a facilitated panel conversation among individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use challenges. Please register for each session you wish to attend.

Part 1: A Framework for Whole-Person Care in Behavioral Health - December 2 | 10 - 11:15 AM Pacific

Learning Objectives - You will be able to:
-Name 4 elements of the spirit of whole-person care
-Describe 3 ways to "befriend the emotional brain" in using a trauma-informed approach
-Name the 4 agreements of "courageous conversations"

Part 2: Listening to Voices of Lived Experience - December 9 | 10 - 11:15 AM Pacific

This webinar will feature a facilitated panel conversation among individuals in recovery from mental health and substance use challenges. The panelists will address questions related to the recovery process, the impact of trauma on recovery, posttraumatic growth, dealing with stigma and racial discrimination, harm reduction, and what they’d like behavioral health practitioners to consider in supporting recovery. They will also take questions from the audience.