2019 Integrated Behavioral Health Series

IBH Trainings: coming soon to a city near you!

Academic Detailing

Individualized mentoring and discussion for providers and clinic teams for opioid-related issues.

Basic Tool Box for Working with SUD Patients

Continuing Education: 7.0 CEU / 7.0 CNE

An advanced training for behavioral health providers. Learn about recovery skills for supporting patients in early and sustained recovery, ASAM overview and dimensional assessments, determining appropriate levels of care, integrated practice levels, the impact of interdisciplinary communication on patient care, brief intervention models, and pragmatic harm reduction strategies.

Who Should Attend:
This is an advanced training for behavioral health providers who have had minimal or no training in addiction work yet have or will be working with patients with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in their setting. The Tool Box was specifically designed for but not limited to: doctors, behavioral health providers, nurses, and therapists (LCSW, LCPC, LAC).

Community Roundtables on MAT

Community discussions and education with stakeholders on Medication Assisted Treatment and integrated care.

Who Should Attend:
All community members who work with, are impacted by, or who want to learn more about Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). This includes but is not limited to: medical providers, nurses, social workers, counselors, teachers, judges, attorneys, law enforcement, probation and parole officers, administrators, family members, individuals with OUD, and community members.

Implementing MAT (IT MATTTRs)

Continuing Education: 6.5 CEU / 6.5 CNE

This training provides knowledge, tools, and practice innovations for interdisciplinary teams to implement Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment (IMAT) at your site.

Who Should Attend:
Any member of a clinic, hospital, or primary care behavioral health team would benefit from attending this training. This training was specifically designed for Behavioral Health Teams including, but not limited to: providers, nurses, therapists (LCSW, LCPC, LAC), care coordinators, administrators, and peer support specialists.

MAT Chat

Provider peer calls to discuss patient cases and implementation issues.

Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder: Waiver Qualifying

Continuing Education:
(*CEU/CNE available – see agenda for details)

This course covers all treatments and medications for opioid use disorder, and is designed for licensed physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, and physicians who plan to obtain a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine in office-based treatment of opioid use disorders and is educational and informational for all treatment team members.  This training satisfies the 8 hours if education requirements for physicians to qualify for a DEA waiver. After completing all 8 hours of education provided by this course (8 Hour Live Course or 4 Hour Blended Course – 4 hours live followed by 4 hours online), NPs/PAs/CNSs can access the additional 16 hours of training required by CARA in a separate course at no cost.

Who Should Attend:
Entire Teams — MDs, DOs, APRNs, PAs, RNs, LPNs, MAs, Peer Support Care Managers, Pharmacists, LACs, LCSWs, and LCPCs.

September 11, 2019 — Bozeman

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SBIRT

For your clinic or agency care team, this training focuses on the implementation of SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment) at your site. You will leave with an initial rollout plan and vision for implementation.

Who Should Attend:
This training is recommended for, but not limited to, any member of a clinic, hospital, agency, or school.

ASAM CRITERIA

Understanding and Integrating ASAM into Everyday Behavioral Health Treatment

This class is designed for those who may be already using the ASAM Criteria but never have taken a formal class, as well as mental health clinicians who are new to using this tool. Levels of care and the six dimensions will be explored.

Updates/changes from the ASAM PPC-2R will be reviewed.

The focus of this class will be on how to purposefully sort client issues to ensure we accurately recommend specifically what the client needs in order to maximize treatment effectiveness.

Day 2 will focus participant identified needs and could include: advocating for services not available, what does IOP look like, ensuring services are therapeutic in nature, documentation, and other needs as identified.

Want to receive training updates? Ready for a training in your community?

Reach out to Tammera Nauts, MPCA Director of Integrated Behavioral Health (BH/SUD/MAT) with your community needs – tnauts@mtpca.org