We are sharing an exciting opportunity to participate in FREE trainings courtesy of CBC Training Institute (TI). Training menu link and background info on CBC TI are below.Coordinated Behavioral Care’s Training Institute (CBC TI) is a current recipient of grant funding from SAMHSA and is using these funds to deliver self-care training to mental health professionals across New York State. CBC TI has assembled experts from across the country to help front-line staff heal following a taxing two plus years serving vulnerable
communities during a global pandemic. Our trainings this month include: a three-part series on STAIR, which is a manualized approach to the treatment of trauma, and a training on using recovery-oriented language with colleagues and clients alike. To read about and register for this month’s offerings, please use this link
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CBC would like to recognize the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for sponsoring many of the featured trainings
this month.

All featured trainings are hosted via McSilver Institute*’s website and require a username and password to register. If you don’t already have a username and password for McSilver’s website, you can easily create one!

Understanding & Talking About Suicide Risk With Your Clients
Trainers: Bianca Nguyen,MD,MPH & Emily Grossman, MA, CPRP (CBC)
Wednesday, August 3 (1:30-3pm)
Funder: SAMHSA
Conversations around suicide can be challenging but are deeply important in our line of work. In this training, providers will learn how to work with at-risk service recipients and to support those that are contemplating suicide. This information is integral to all providers’ professional growth, and saves lives.
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“I especially appreciated how well the trainers integrated equity, social justice and anti-racism”
~ ‘Supporting Communities through Crisis’ Attendee

STAIR I
Trainer: Juliana Steen, LMSW (CBC)

Thursday, August 11 (11am-12:30pm)
Funder: SAMHSA
Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR) is a short-term trauma-informed, skills-focused treatment for PTSD and depression symptoms. The STAIR model consists of a three-part, eight-session, progressive intervention that helps individuals reduce PTSD symptoms, strengthen emotional regulation and improve the quality of
interpersonal relationships. Since this is a three-part training, it is strongly recommended that you participate in all sections of the training. Part I will consist of an overview of the model and will cover the content of sessions 1-3.
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“This was a phenomenal, **fantastic, and greatly appreciated training! The trainer was knowledgeable and very thorough”
~ ‘**Borderline Personality Disorder’ Attendee*

STAIR II
Trainer: Juliana Steen, LMSW (CBC) 
Tuesday, August 23 (10:30am-12pm)
Funder: SAMHSA
Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR) is a short-term trauma-informed, skills-focused treatment for PTSD and depression symptoms. The STAIR model consists of a three-part, eight-session, progressive intervention that helps individuals reduce PTSD symptoms, strengthen emotional regulation and improve the quality of
interpersonal relationships. Since this is a three-part training, it is
strongly recommended that you participated in Part I prior to attending
Part II. Part II will recap Part I and cover the content of sessions 4-8.
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“This was a very helpful presentation that could have gone much longer if needed, there was a lot of valuable content provided. Appreciated the scientific breakdowns the trainers gave”
~ ‘Promoting Positive Health Outcomes for Members Living With HIV/AIDS’ Attendee

Using Recovery Language
Trainer: Emily Grossman, MA CPRP (CBC)

Wednesday, August 24 (10:30am**-12pm) 
Funder: SAMHSA
This training will look specifically at the language we use when talking about behavioral health clients. We will compare “traditional model” language with “recovery” language, and explore how to implement “recovery” language to improve client services. This training will follow the tenet that “what I say about clients becomes how I treat clients, and how I treat
clients becomes how they treat themselves.”
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“This was a great overview- giving enough info on medications but not too much that it was confusing or overwhelming. The presenters were engaging and the interactive polls and questions were a nice touch.”
~”Choice & Voice” Engaging Clients in Shared Decision-Making 
Around Medication & Treatment’ Attendee

STAIR III
Trainer: Juliana Steen, LMSW (CBC)
Tuesday, August 30 (2:30-3:30pm)
Funder: SAMHSA
The third and final part of this month’s STAIR training series will recap the eight sessions presented in STAIR I and STAIR II.
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For any registration questions or issues accessing the training, please contact Caitlin Cronin caitlin.cronin@nyu.edu. For all other training questions, please contact CBC Training Director Emily Grossman egrossman@cbcare.org

Registration Support Here caitlin.cronin@nyu.edu

Please click the button below to see our *full* training calendar, along with training descriptions. Reserve your space for some professional development and self-care today!

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