CIBHS offers virtual, in-person, and customized clinical practice improvement training for behavioral health providers
CIBHS excels in bringing to you cutting-edge trainings and robust implementation support emphasizing hope, wellness, and recovery. CIBHS offers an array of trainings throughout the year that can be found in our Learning Center, but we can also work with your organization to provide training and implementation support that is empirically informed, culturally responsive, and custom-tailored to your organization’s needs.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) is a results-oriented, evidence-based practice that enables clinical care organizations to deliver culturally responsive trauma-informed care services that are person- and family-centered. Culturally inclusive TFCBT cultivates resiliency and post-traumatic growth and recovery of clients.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) training helps organizations and employees prevent HIPAA violations and data breaches. Our HIPAA staff training program explains protected health information (PHI) and HIPAA regulations, and describes best practices to protect health privacy and confidentiality and maximize security of protected health information.
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based practice that helps people resolve ambivalence about behaviors. The MI training can be customized for organizations to more effectively improve client engagement and support people to take committed action in a variety of areas including substance use, domestic violence, and chronic health conditions.
CIBHS supports implementation of Strengths Model Care Management, an evidence-based practice designed to help people receiving behavioral health services identify and attain meaningful and important recovery goals that promote empowerment, hope, choice, and autonomy. CIBHS Senior Vice President Rick Goscha, PhD, co-developed this culturally responsive, data-driven, community-based care management approach.
Trauma-informed care training considers an individual’s history and recognizes the presence of trauma that may be complex, racialized, and community-based. By understanding a person’s life experiences and shifting our behavioral health organizations and workforce to be trauma-informed, we can improve client engagement, treatment adherence, resiliency, and outcomes.
CIBHS partners with WEAVE: Collaboration leads to improving lives for survivors of domestic and sexual violence