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Core Competencies for Children's Mental Health Supervisors - Train the Trainer Booster is intended to provide an annual refresher for Children's Supervisors that have completed the live full-day train-the-trainer session offered annually. The following topic areas are reviewed: (1) Strength-Based Assessments; (2) Family-Centered Planning; (3) Safety & Crisis Planning; and (4) Writing Measurable Goals & Objectives.
- Credit Hours: MCBAP-R (0.0) MCBAP-S (0.0) Mi-CEC (0.0)
This course has been developed to provide a refresher-type introduction for supervisors to re-familiarize themselves with providing strength-based assessments. This course provides a brief introduction to SBA tactics.
This course provides the participants with a basic introduction to the family-centered planning framework. It is important to note that this is just a refresher course and, if needed, participants should enroll in additional family-centered planning courses.
Safety & Crisis Planning.
The course experts that developed this course for supervisors to provide them with important information regarding safety and crisis planning tactics. These tactics should be communicated to your staff, clients, and clients' larger support networks, in order to better serve your clients.
Writing Measurable Goals & Objectives.
For supervisors and managers, creating goals and objectives that are accurate and obtainable. This course provides basic best practices for developing these goals and objectives.
Strength-based practices are used in the workforce and as a way of energizing and creating dynamic teams. Many of the principles you use can be applied in multi-faceted ways.
- Gain additional understanding of how to identify and build upon a strength assessment.
- Refresh your skills as a trainer on how to inform your staff on the best practices in strength assessments and building on the strengths that you find in your clients.