CBC Training Institute
Coordinated Behavioral Care’s Training Institute provides innovative, interactive, culturally sensitive training and professional development to New York State’s mental health providers. With an eye on adult learning theory, our trainings are cutting-edge, and delivered with compassion for and understanding of the complex demands on mental health professionals. It is our mission to ensure that we provide evidence-based training on a variety of topics to assist providers in supporting the service recipients on their caseload. With a love of learning ourselves, we create our trainings to be the scaffolding upon which a successful, rewarding career of service can be built.
COVID-19 Self-Care Training Series
In response to COVID-19, SAMHSA provided Coordinated Behavioral Care with a $2M grant to help address the immense unmet mental health needs in NYS. SAMHSA recognized that front line staff, especially those providing behavioral health services, also need support to address their personal and professional experiences with COVID-19. CBC has developed the COVID Self-Care Training Series in response to that gap and as a support for frontline staff, in collaboration with The Bridge, Center for Urban Community Services, WellLife Network, OHEL and the Kripalu Center. The overall theme of the trainings is professional self-care. Through these trainings, agency staff will have the opportunity to master self-care skills, share experiences and process their fears, concerns and anxieties as they provide care during a pandemic.
Coping with COVID-19: Response and Recovery (1/11/21)
COVID-19 TOWN HALL #1 w/Dr. Kavita Trivedi (1/13/21)
Organizational Methods to Promote Self-Care During a Pandemic (1/14/21)
Grief & Loss During COVID-19 (1/21/21)
Processing Trauma During COVID-19 (1/25/21)
Emotional Health in Times of Uncertainty (2/1/21)
Professional Boundaries During a Pandemic (& Beyond) (2/4/21)
Returning to Work (2/8/21)
COVID-19 TOWN HALL #2 w/Dr. Kavita Trivedi (2/10/21)