Recovery Oriented Practice

MNCAMH is devoted to teaching recovery-oriented clinical practices that are grounded in science.

MNCAMH is committed to supporting recovery for everyone affected by mental illness and substance use disorders. A recovery-oriented approach ensures that individuals with a serious mental illness have the relapse prevention skills needed for successful and sustainable recovery. MNCAMH works one-on-one with agencies to create flexible training packages tailored to the needs of each agency. This training may cover (but is not limited to) topics in three key categories:

Foundational Practice

  • Recovery Orientation
  • Client Engagement
  • Motivational Enhancement
  • Stage Matched Care
  • Clinical Writing and Documentation
  • Foundations in Substance Use
  • Foundations in Mental health
  • Group Facilitation

Clinical Skills

  • Treatment Planning
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Relapse Prevention Training
  • Behavioral Experiments
  • Social Skills Training
  • Behavioral Tailoring

Organizational Skills

  • Supervisor Training
  • Co-Occurring Education for Rule 31 Agencies
  • Ethical Problem Solving
  • Diversity and Cultural Humility

MNCAMH training is designed for professionals at every level, including practitioners, clinicians, clinical supervisors, program managers, agency leaders, educators, and policy makers. Learn more about available training topics here:

 

Recovery Oriented Practice training includes:

  • Training workshops
  • Applied learning and consultation
  • Participant materials (digital and paper copy)
  • Continuing Education Units

Also available:

  • Practitioner evaluation
  • Agency fidelity review