MCCMH Training Office Location:
6555 15 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights, 48312
For questions or to register for a training, email [email protected] OR call (586)465-8326
The following is a listing of all training activity provided through the MCCMH Training Department and some selected vendors.
Listed training opportunities/classes are open to employees of a directly operated MCCMH service department, MCCMH administrative staff, or as applicable employees of a contracted provider that provide direct services to an MCCMH individual.
Specific flyers for each training will provide information regarding if a training has been approved for Social Work CE or if it can count towards MDHHS annually required 24 hours of CDTS (Childrens) Hours.
Click on a training’s Title to be linked to a flyer containing more information about that particular training.
Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years.
A copy of your most recent CAFAS certificate is required for registration.
Refresher: reliability training is required every 2 years. A copy of your most recent PECFAS certificate is required for registration.
Introduction to Motivational Interviewing is a basic presentation of the historical/theoretical foundation, style, spirit, and practice skill of Motivational Interviewing as applied to human services and mental health.
Motivational Interviewing will be the focus of this training, as the Spirit, Principles, and Skills are introduced with a focus on Tobacco Cessation. As Tobacco Cessation continues to be a focus of treatment in Mental Health, Substance Use, and Integrated Health fields, the use of applying motivational interviewing skills helps facilitate a plan of action. The two are combined to help providers build a collaborative-assistive relationship to identify ambivalence, evoke change talk, and help consumers create a plan to stop use of tobacco products.
The changing health care marketplace requires child and adolescent case managers to move from their traditional role to one of care manager. In that role they work in health navigation, care coordination, play an active role in collecting data and work with the whole person and their family- encompassing their physical and behavioral health. Moving to a care management model gives behavioral health organizations a competitive edge in promoting services across the complex health care system for children and adolescents.
This training will focus on the effects of THC usage in teens and how to identify use as well as what evidence-based practices are most effective to treat THC use in teens.
Online refresher training: every 2 years
Online refresher training every 2 years
Call 855-99-MCCMH (855-996-2264) to schedule an appointment; same day appointments are available. For immediate help, call our Crisis Line 24/7 at 586-307-9100.