Maryland Behavioral Health

Online Training

Register for any of the courses below to receive access to implementation training videos, downloadable materials, tips from providers who have already implemented the interventions, and expert advice on a variety of topics related to implementation and fidelity. Ask questions of the intervention developers, share your own tips and experiences, and discuss areas of interest with fellow intervention providers. Registration also allows you to earn continuing education credit. 

Accessing and Using the Course Resources: Select the Implementation Resources tab for a full listing of resources for the programs offered, including manuals, worksheets, tips from other providers, videos, and Q & As. You can sort the listing by resource type (e.g., materials, expert advice, provider tips, Q & As, and/or links).

  • Youth Co-Occurring Disorders Training for Behavioral Health Providers
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    The Youth Co-Occurring Disorders (COD) Training for Behavioral Health Providers seeks to disseminate information to the public and to mental health professionals on co-occurring mental health/substance abuse disorders and to train clinicians on how to support the behavioral health of youth and their families.

    CE credit is available for some modules in this course.

  • Maryland Early Intervention Program (EIP)
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    The Maryland Early Intervention Program (EIP) covers the early identification and intervention for adolescents and young adults at risk for, or in the early stages of, a mental illness with psychosis. 

    CE credit is not available for the modules in this course.

  • Mental Health to Support Student Learning: Training Modules for Educators and School-based Staff
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    The Mental Health to Support Student Learning modules are intended to advance basic mental health proficiency for educators and other school support professionals working with children and youth. 

    CE credit is available for the modules in this course.

  • Mental Health Training Intervention for Health Providers in Schools (MH-TIPS)
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    Mental Health Training Intervention for Health Providers in Schools (MH-TIPS) is a training and implementation support system for school health providers aimed at enhancing their competence in promoting student mental health and managing the needs of students with or at risk for emotional and behavioral difficulties that may interfere with learning. The MH-TIPS training consists of a series of modules (12 total training hours) designed for school-based health care providers that are available free of charge. Participants can view training modules, download materials, view video tips from experts, and explore related links. Register now and complete the registration survey to access the course! 

    CE credit is available for the modules in this course.

  • Interprofessional Training on Military Connected Families
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    The Interprofessional Training on Military Connected Families modules are designed to help youth-serving staff to better understand and to be aware of unique considerations, skills, and resources that can help support the success of military connected families. 

    CE credit is available for the modules in this course. 

  • Peer Support Training
    Coming Soon!

    Coming in Spring 2017

  • Pediatric Psychopharmacology
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    This training series presents an overview of a conceptual framework and practical guidance for selecting, prescribing, and monitoring psychiatric medications in pediatric primary care, as well as in specialty mental health settings. Information provided is intended to guide decision-making, not as a substitute for clinical judgment.

    CE credit is not available for the modules in this course.

  • Community-Partnered School Behavioral Health Implementation Modules
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    The Community-Partnered School Behavioral Health modules provide a range of strategies, resources, and tools necessary to establish, maintain, and expand effective student behavioral health programs. These modules focus specifically on supporting student social, emotional, behavioral and academic progress via a community-partnered approach to school behavioral health. The target audience is school behavioral health clinicians, educators, student support staff, evaluators, administrators and program leaders at local, district, and state wide levels.

    CE credit is available for the modules in this course.

  • Sexual Abuse Awareness and Prevention
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    This module is presented on behalf of the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration. It reviews definitions of sexual abuse and mandatory reporting requirements for staff members in covered programs as defined in Maryland state regulation. Also discussed are potential signs and symptoms of sexual abuse and trauma, risk factors for vulnerable consumers of behavioral health services, and self-reporting and support resources for consumer victims of sexual abuse.

    CE credit is not available for this course.