ENHANCING CLINICAL COMPETENCE
MNCAMH strives to create an engaging and interactive training environment in which participants feel comfortable evaluating current practices and incorporating new strategies into their practice. Each workshop incorporates didactic instruction with discussion, written activities, and skills rehearsal. These workshops are meant to lay the foundation for a reorientation toward recovery and client engagement. Skills learned in training workshops are then reinforced by our Applied Learning Lab consultation.
All training is customizable and can be tailored to meet the needs of your practice. MNCAMH works closely with administrators and practitioners to ensure that training is administered as effectively as possible. Scroll down to learn more.
ILLNESS MANAGMENT AND RECOVERY
Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) is a step-by-step program that helps individuals with a serious mental illness to set meaningful goals for themselves. Through a series of modules focused on specific topics, they acquire information and skills to develop a greater sense of mastery over their psychiatric state.
ENHANCED ILLNESS MANAGEMENT AND RECOVERY
An emerging evidence-informed intervention, Enhanced Illness Management and Recovery (E-IMR) helps practitioners integrate care for mental and substance use disorders.
RECOVERY ORIENTED PRACTICE
A strengths-based, recovery-oriented approach can change the way we help prevent relapse and promote long-term recovery for individuals with co-occurring disorders. MNCAMH offers a recovery-oriented approach to rethink and reprogram the relapse prevention process as we prepare individuals with co-occurring disorders for success.
FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS (NAVIGATE)
Developed with support from the National Institute of Mental Health, NAVIGATE is a clinically proven treatment approach for psychosis that seeks to improve quality of life by helping individuals get back to their daily lives.
INTEGRATED ILLNESS MANAGEMENT AND RECOVERY
Mental illness can have a detrimental effect on an individual’s health outcomes and life expectancy, compared with the general population. Integrated Illness Management and Recovery (I-IMR) is an emerging approach to address this disparity by integrating primary care services into existing mental health systems.
MNCAMH invites experts in various fields to provide one-hour lectures with an emphasis on application to practice. Upcoming webinars are available in-person and online, in addition, participants may receive one CEU after completing an evaluation and post-test shortly after each webinar.