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May 9, 2019

MNCAMH to Provide E-IMR Training For Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS) Providers

Beginning June, 2019 MNCAMH will begin E-IMR training for Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS) providers at four Minnesota locations: Marshall, Winona, Bemidji, and Brooklyn Center. The training will consist in-person training that includes didactic instruction, discussion, written activities and a heavy emphasis on skills rehearsal. The training will cover… Read More

April 12, 2019

Dr. Piper Meyer to present at School of Social Work Research Colloquium

Dr Piper Kalos-Meyer, Executive Director of MNCAMH will present the findings of a study that utilized the Individual Coping and Awareness Therapy (I-CAT) model to treat First Episode Psychosis (FEP) patients. Results indicated patients showed the greatest improvement in stress management, resiliency, and symptom reduction. The Colloquium takes place… Read More

March 9, 2019

University of Minnesota Discovery Magazine Features NAVIGATE Model

 Piper Meyer-Kalos, Ph.D., executive director of the Minnesota Center for Chemical and Mental Health and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry, was key in developing NAVIGATE. Aimed at early diagnosis and intervention of schizophrenia, the recovery- and strengths-based model, is focused on [participants’]… Read More

February 28, 2019

Engagement Initiative Begins at Kern BHRS

February 28, 2019 Tanya Line and Steve Carlson (MNCAMH Clinical Trainers) training the Kern California BHRS staff in Engagement Skills and Strategies. They are exploring Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs using a cup stacking and needs sorting activity. The objective of the activity is to help practitioners appreciate the challenges… Read More

February 25, 2019

Understanding Substance Use and Interventions in Child Welfare

In partnership with the Minnesota Center for Chemical and Mental Health, the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare is pleased to announce our 20th Annual Spring Child Welfare Conference! This year’s conference will be a two-day conference featuring local and national speakers. Day 1 will be web-streamed and Day… Read More

September 13 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study: Overview and Contributions to our Understanding of Adolescent Mental Health

The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study is a national Consortium study funded by the National Institutes of Health. To date, 11,875 children (including both singletons and twins) ages 9-10 have been enrolled across 21 data collection sites with the goal of investigating brain and behavioral development between late childhood and young adulthood. Because participants will complete comprehensive behavioral and neuroimaging assessments longitudinally, the ABCD Study is well-positioned to answer questions about the developing brain and the many childhood experiences that shape social, emotional, intellectual, and physical growth as well as mental health. Drs. Luciana and Iacono direct the University of Minnesota’s ABCD data collection site. They will provide an overview of the study and will discuss its potential to inform our understanding of adolescent mental health. Learn More