To become trained/certified on the CANS or ANSA, please go to: https://www.schoox.com/academy/CANSAcademy/register
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To become certified as a ANSA or CANS Super User you must attend a face to face training. For Super User (face to face) training, please see the training calendar available on this website for any upcoming workshops.
Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT) is an evidence-based psychosocial intervention using a motivational strengths perspective to facilitate someone's initiative and independence. This intervention provides in-home environmental supports to help people bypass problems in thinking and motivation, and organize their environment to function independently. Commonly used tools, such as medication containers, signs, checklists and organizing techniques, help people establish daily routines, organize their environment, and build social skills. Treatment is customized to the individual's level of executive function (better or poorer) and behavior type (apathetic, disinhibited or mixed). An online introductory training, approximately 3.5 hours in length, is available on this website.
The Beck Community Initiative of the University of Pennsylvania offers a self-paced online CBT training course contains 12 modules and is estimated to take 15-18 hours to complete. The interactive course provides an introduction to CBT and in-depth didactics on the cognitive model, case conceptualization, session structure, cognitive interventions, behavioral interventions, working with core beliefs, problem solving, and stages of treatment, and other relevant CBT topics.
You will also be asked to complete several questionnaires before and after the main modules to assess the quality of the course.
Certificates of completion and continuing education credits (22) from the American Psychological Association (APA) are offered to all who complete the training process.
This training meets the new HHSC training requirements. However, it does NOT meet criteria for CBT Certification. Certification is a separate process through the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.
The Texas Health and Humans Services (HHSC) supports the integration of mental health and substance abuse services for clients with co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders (COPSD). These services concentrate on adopting a multi-problem viewpoint within a recovery framework. An online training is offered on this site. It is intended to replace the CD version of the COPSD course and does meet HHSC requirement for COPSD training.
Harm reduction is a set of practical strategies and ideas aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use. Harm Reduction is also a movement for social justice built on a belief in, and respect for, the rights of people who use drugs. Harm reduction incorporates a spectrum of strategies from safer use, to managed use to abstinence to meet drug users “where they’re at,” addressing conditions of use along with the use itself. We hope you can join us for this important and informational training opportunity.
Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) is an evidence-based psychiatric rehabilitation practice whose primary aim is to empower consumers to manage their illnesses, find their own goals for recovery, and make informed decisions about their treatment by teaching them the necessary knowledge and skills. IMR is a collaborative treatment practice and offers a variety of information, strategies, and skills in a series of eleven topic areas.
You may take this recertification course ONLY if you have previously completed the full IMR online course or completed the in-person training with Harry Cunningham. If you were trained at your local Center you are not eligible to take this recertification course unless you first complete the full IMR course, which is still available here on www.centralizedtraining.com.
This refresher course contains four modules and is estimated to take 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete. A 5-question quiz appears at the end of each module. Like the original online course, you must pass the quiz at 80% to continue with the training.
Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is an evidence-based approach to Supported Employment for people who have a severe mental illness. IPS supports people in their efforts to achieve steady employment in mainstream competitive jobs, either part-time or full-time.
This is in contrast to other vocational rehabilitation approaches that employ people in sheltered workshops and other set-aside jobs.
This online course presents an introduction to recovery and recovery-oriented care.
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
This online course presents an introduction to peer support.
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
This Training consists of four modules that are analogous to the four chapters in the Mommies toolkit:
This 6-part e-learning training series was developed by legacy DADS and DSHS to educate direct service workers and others about behavioral health needs of people who have an IDD and a co-occurring behavioral health condition. This training looks at challenging behavior in a new way and emphasizes the importance of supporting mental wellness in individuals with an IDD.
Through the modules in this course, you will learn to recognize the "whole person," and to gain a better understanding of different factors that influence the way people with IDD think, feel, and behave. You will also learn how you can positively impact their quality of life.
The course consists of six modules as follows:
The purpose of the SSA Pre-release Agreement is to identify and formalize procedures to facilitate timely processing of applications for entitlement to Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security benefits for disabled and aged individuals in the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) state hospital (SH) system. The SSA Prerelease Agreement requires a new process for DSHS. Training opportunities have been scheduled to assist state hospital and LMHA staff in understanding pertinent information regarding SSI/SSDI applications.