This page will direct you to opportunities for training or learning that are sponsored by PBHJP or the Evidence Based Practice Institute or other events in the community that we're excited about. Feel free to browse all of the wide-ranging opportunities:
FIT reccently hosted a Webinar
We are proud to present the 2012-13 Lecture Series:
Gender Specific Interventions in Juvenile Justice
Dr. Sarah Walker
April, 11th 12:20-1:30pm
Social Work Rm. 305 A/B
Treating Military Families
Military Provider Panel
May 9th, 12:20-1:30pm
Social Work Rm 305 A/B
EBP Implementation: Successes and Challenges
June 13th, 12:20-1:30pm
Social Work Rm 305 A/B
Contact Gabrielle D'Angelo for more information: email@example.com
Evidence Based Practice Seminars
Our seminar series, Referral to Evidence Based Mental Health, is designed to disseminate innovations in evidence-based mental health for children and families. Lectures focus on describing common emotional and behavioral problems, simple assessment techniques for identifying them, and evidence-based interventions that can successfully treat them.
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PBHJP Grand Rounds
Our monthly Grand Rounds' presentations have diverse topics and audiences and are open to the public.
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Graduate EBP Course Series
The University of Washington Workforce Initiative at PBHJP is sponsoring a year-round course series for UW graduate students. The series is open to all graduate students from all departments and disciplines.
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Triple P Provider Training
The Evidence Based Practice Institute plans to offer a second training in the Triple P - Positive Parenting Program. This training is intended for providers who work with families with children 1-10 years old who have mild to moderate behavior problems.
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Community Leadership Track (CLT)
PBHJP hosts a Community Leadership Track (CLT) which brings together residents interested in community psychiatry with community psychiatrists to provide mentorship and training in the field.
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