Course Overview

This is an online, self-paced course that addresses the common elements derived from evidence-based practices/interventions in the behavioral health field. The course is divided into 6 modules, each module focusing on one of the common element areas. The course is designed to be a refresher for experienced clinicians/case managers and an introduction for new clinicians/case managers in behavioral health settings.

  • Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0) Nursing (0.0)
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Topics Covered

What Common Elements Apply to All Practices?

This six-lesson course has been designed by course experts to provide participants with a refresher on skills, techniques, and additional explanations of evidence-based practices. 

Key Skills Across Practices.

This course provides information regarding key elements that are common across edvience-based practices.

Motivation and Problem-Solving in Behavioral Health.

Participants of this course will be reminded of how important problem-solving skills are to behavioral health professionals. This course will also provide participants with a basic understanding of how motivational enhancement fits into the framework of behavioral treatment plans and therapy. 

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Course Objectives

  • Developing relationships and how the stages of change affect those relationships.
  • Understand Key Cognitive Behavioral Skills.
  • Develop Key Behavior Therapy Skills.
  • Learning practice-ready Acceptance based skills. 
  • Understanding how to use Motivation Enhancement Skills in your practice.
  • Using basic problem-solving skills in the framework of behavioral health.

What People Are Saying

My experience with this module was enlightening. I received clarification on some issues I assumed that I knew. I now have a better understanding due to my participation in this course.

- Vincent B.