Upcoming Trainings & Events

2022 Addiction Conference

The Intersection of Diversity and Addiction is a week-long event that aims to arm human service professionals who work with the addiction and mental health population with meaningful tools and knowledge for empowering their clients. Each day brings together dynamic speakers from across the country to talk about addictions from various perspectives. As a human service provider, we want you to feel better equipped and informed to employ evidence-based treatment practices with diverse clients across the lifespan. 

Stress Management and Self Care After a Loss

Anyone experiencing the impact of a natural disaster has experienced some type of loss whether that be the death of a loved one, pets or livestock, financial losses, a loss of security and stability, and/or a loss of normalcy. In this webinar we will explore stress management and self care strategies that will assist in building resilience.

Care Coordination Training

North Dakota Care Coordination training is designed to provide Care Coordinators with the attitude, skills, and capacity to perform their job duties.

Guide for Parents: Helping Children Cope

Natural disasters are often significant traumatic events for those impacted, especially children. In this webinar we will discuss strategies for parents and caretakers to help children develop positive coping strategies following a disaster. Attention will also be given to the impact that trauma has on a child.

2022 TF-CBT (Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Learning Collaborative Training

Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT; Cohen, Deblinger & Mannarino, 2004) is an evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents ages 3–18. TF-CBT integrates cognitive behavioral techniques with trauma-specific interventions.