NTTAC offers an array of learning events at no cost to participants, including mental health professionals, primary care providers, peers, educators, systems leaders, and other youth-serving professionals.
Peer Networking for System of Care Project Directors
Are you new to the System of Care approach and looking to connect with experienced peers? Are you a seasoned Project Director looking to reenergize your work? NTTAC’s Peer Networking for Project Directors group can help connect you with others engaged in similar work to share ideas, strategize solutions to common issues, and provide support during challenging times.
September 16 • September 30 • October 14 • Octobre 28
Navigating Substance Use and Stigma for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Systems of Care Program Leaders and Staff
Substance use disorder impacts infants, toddlers, young children, and their families across various systems of care. The COVID-19 pandemic has further stressed many who are navigating substance use within families, programs, and systems. Program leaders and staff can benefit from a collective space to process experiences and share strategies and resources related to substance use.
September 16 • October 21 • November 18
Consult a Clinician Office Hours
“Consult a Clinician” is an open forum for asking the mental health clinicians on the NTTAC Clinical Practice Transformation Team questions about topics related to children’s, youth, and family mental health. Intended for family members; educators; clinicians; youth; leaders, administrators, and professionals in the system of care.
September 17 • October 1 • October 15 • October 29 • November 12
Community of Wellness and Peer Support Mental Health and Faith Webinar Series
This series will feature discussion on the intersection of faith, spirituality, and mental health. Some of the topics that we hope to address include mental health literacy, clergy burnout, religious trauma, faith communities as change agents, and developing partnerships with faith communities.
September 23 • November 18
Youth-Run Programs Office Hours
This Office Hours series offers a virtual learning space for those who are working in and leading youth-run programs and organizations to come together. This space is perfect for leaders of Youth MOVE chapters and other youth-run programs that engage youth with lived mental health experience in change-making.
The Impact of Racism and Bias in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychosis
The history of racism in America has created biases that influence the diagnosis and treatment of psychosis, creating clear disparities in psychiatric care between white and minority populations. Participants will explore this history and learn about how systemic changes in our approach to the diagnosis of psychosis, including screening and identification of the clinical high risk state, can reduce disparities for more equitable treatment.
September 29 • October 27 • December 29 • January 26 (2022) • February 23 (2022)
Family Exchange: Peer Networking for Family Leaders who Foster and Support Family Engagement
Whether you are new to your role or you have been in the family movement for many years, the Family Exchange is a peer networking group to share experiences, innovative and effective practices, skills and knowledge, solution to barriers and challenges, and key information supporting your role as family leaders.
October 6 • November 3 • December 1 • January 5 • February 2
Peer Support Supervisor Affinity Groups
This virtual community is for those who supervise Youth and Parent Peer Support Provider roles within the behavioral health workforce. We will discuss best practices and trends in Peer Support supervision, problem-solve around common barriers, share experiences and build a network of peers that value peer support and the growth of peer support programs for youth and families.
October 28 • December 16
Youth Coordinator Office Hours
A virtual space for those leading and coordinating youth engagement efforts in System of Care (SOC) and Healthy Transitions (HT) grant communities, including, but not limited to: Youth Engagement Specialists and Youth Coordinators, Youth Program Managers, and Youth Peers.
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