CIBHS offers a wide array of high-quality virtual and in-person behavioral health conferences, workshops
and trainings, and on-demand courses.
Ready to learn how to provide better clinical services that are consistent with DMC-ODS regulations and reduce audit exceptions? This training is designed to help SUD treatment providers meet the regulatory (DMC-ODS and Title 22) requirements for reimbursement of services delivered to DMC-ODS beneficiaries. This training focuses on DMC documentation requirements to support claims for services rendered. There is also a clinical and financial component.
Choice and self-determination are foundational principles of recovery-oriented practice. But if a person is making a choice that steers their life away from recovery, how should staff respond? Most providers hold values such as person-centered care, holistic and collaborative practice approaches, and a belief in self-determination. These values are more difficult to hold when people engage in choices that are self-defeating. Providers can become overly protective, directive, or even neglectful depending on the situation. This training introduces a pragmatic, recovery-oriented framework for working with people who are making choices that may be self-defeating.
Most of you have heard of HIPAA but have you stopped to think how it applies to your everyday work with clients? If you work in any capacity in health care, you should be familiar with the basics of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This webinar is for anyone who would like a better understanding of what HIPAA is and how it applies to their work. It will be an overview of all relevant HIPAA topics and is best suited for those with little or no knowledge of HIPAA or anyone who would like a refresher on the most important aspects of HIPAA.
Would you like to be able to recognize the signs of the brain damage from prenatal alcohol exposure that underlies much of these behaviors? With recognition, we can put supports in place that will clear the path to a healthy adulthood—without these, often children are misunderstood, blamed, and frequently misdiagnosed, and go on to have interactions with the law and even experience homelessness. Layers of trauma and chaotic parenting compound the challenges experienced by children with FASD—and their caregivers. You will come away from this talk with an overview of FASD, and most importantly, what we can do to help.
Ready to take the next step in your clinical training? 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.
Ready to enhance your ability as a healer to address client readiness for change? This experiential and small workshop will explore the four essential components of MI: The spirit of MI, MI microskills, MI process, and change talk. The relationship between these components will be looked at to understand how the components work together to help engage individuals in problem exploration and/or behavior change.
Ready to enhance your practice through a strengths-based, recovery-oriented framework? Learn how to use the tools, methods, and inventions of Strengths Model Care Management (SMCM) to increase your effectiveness in engaging and aligning with people in their recovery journey.
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.