Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) is a flexible intervention that helps individuals with a serious mental illness acquire information and skills to develop a greater sense of mastery over their mental health.

Participant Comments:

“I found it very beneficial to review the latest IMR treatment module information with my consultant and brainstorm how to apply it to my setting.  The focus on both mental health and substance use recoveries is a major improvement in this area.” Martina Rodgers, PhD, LP

MNCAMH training is interactive; this allows clinicians to practice the skills they need to teach individuals with severe mental illness how to manage their disorder in collaboration with professionals and significant others in order to achieve personal recovery goals.

IMR training includes:

  • Workshop sessions on the foundational concepts and skills required to implement IMR
  • Applied learning and consultation
  • IMR Manual (digital and paper copy) and participant materials
  • 12 hours of continuing education credits plus 12 additional credits if all consultation is completed

Also available:

  • Practitioner evaluation
  • Agency fidelity review
May 10 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

An Overview of the NAVIGATE Model: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach for Persons with First Episode Psychosis

In this webinar, we will talk about the importance of providing high-quality, intensive treatment early on in the development of schizophrenia-spectrum disorders from individual, family, and societal standpoints. Research supporting NAVIGATE as an effective treatment will be presented, as well as in-depth descriptions of the various manualized interventions in NAVIGATE, as well as who is an appropriate referral to the three local teams providing NAVIGATE in the metro area. This webinar is pre-approved for one CEU by the Minnesota Board of Psychology and the Minnesota Board of Social Work. Learn More

June 14 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

E-cigarettes: Variations in nicotine delivery and toxicity profiles

Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are devices designed to deliver inhalable nicotine without burning tobacco. These devices have been continuously evolving and increasing in popularity since their first introduction to the market, and many different types are currently available.  E-cigarettes vary dramatically in design, voltage settings, battery power, the airflow rate, and other characteristics. In addition, liquids designed for the use with e-cigarettes are highly diverse, with hundreds of brands and thousands of flavors, each available in a variety of nicotine concentrations. The impact of these factors on nicotine intake and toxicant exposures in users will be discussed. Learn More

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