NAMI Provider Education Series
Class postponed until October 2018
Focusing on the Bio-Psycho-Social Model of Collaborative Treatment for Mental Illness.
The NAMI Provider Education series provides a fresh, innovative approach to mental health treatment using a dynamic interactive format specially developed for providers. Taught by a team of volunteers, including mental health professionals, consumers, and family members, the series has received an overwhelmingly positive response from professionals at public mental health agencies and hospitals across the country.
NAMI Provider Education seeks to introduce mental health professionals to the bio-psycho-social model of collaborative treatment through a better understanding of:
Who Should Attend: Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Case Managers, Therapists, Social Workers, Psychiatric Technicians, Drug and Alcohol Counselors, Residential Caregivers, RNs, Outreach Workers, Vocational/Job Counselors, and all others serving individuals with serious mental illnesses and their families in Santa Cruz County.
Call 831.427.8020 to learn more.
Sponsored by NAMI Santa Cruz & Santa Cruz County through funds of the Mental Health Services Act. Course meets the qualification for 15 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Alicia Nájera, LCSW, Provider #1109.
“I can’t say enough about the Provider Education Program. When I went through the course, I kept thinking ‘what a wonderful learning experience that all our staff need to have.’ The five members of the teaching team were great. I have been working at the hospital for 20 years, and this is one of the best programs I have been through for staff. We have worked hard over the years to create a more humanistic and compassionate culture. This program will definitely help us in that direction.”