CIBHS offers a wide array of high-quality virtual and in-person behavioral health conferences, workshops
and trainings, and on-demand courses.
Join Dr. Rick Goscha, co-developer of the Strengths Model, accomplished author, and international speaker and Ally Mabry, LMSW, Strengths Model implementation specialist, to learn how to make a positive impact in people's lives while keeping your work grounded and purposeful. Dr. Goscha and Ally Mabry have worked with organizations providing case management services around the world to make practice changes that lead to improved outcomes.
Join Erica Thomas Immenschuh, a licensed clinical social worker in Kansas and Missouri and founder of ETI-LLC, for this introductory DBT workshop. It is presented in three segments to provide an overview of the core DBT principles that improve clients’ safety and their emotional and behavioral control. Daily emphasis is placed on understanding and practicing a DBT specific clinical approach and the skills within the Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation, and Distress Tolerance modules.
Clinicians are increasingly involved in helping to support clients who are experiencing significant distress, including thoughts of suicide. This six-hour training workshop is designed to help build and refresh the most important suicide intervention skills and is designed for providers at all levels of care. Join Dr. Kristin Dempsey to enhance your ability to support clients who struggle with suicidal ideation.
Join Dr. Kristin Dempsey for a Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) workshop that will address how to use evidence-based strategies for assessing lethality and how to initiate collaborative conversations to engage at-risk individuals in safety planning and linkage to care. Building community resources and creating support networks for staff and community members will also be addressed.
In this three-day training brought to you by California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS), National trainers Leila Keen and Donna Potter will assist behavioral health practitioners understand the basics of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), an evidenced-based practice for children, adolescents and their parents and caregivers impacted by trauma. A master’s degree in counseling (e.g., social work, counseling, etc.) is required to attend this training and become proficient in the model at the conclusion of the training protocol.
All CIBHS solutions are crafted in close collaboration with our customers. We start where you are and design what will work.
CIBHS has a track record of being out front regarding strategies of change. We have been involved in
innovative solutions for 30 years.
Many of our trainings offer the professional development needed to meet requirements for a range of licensures and certifications.
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