December 5, 7, 12, & 14, 2023 | 1:30-4:30pm | Stephen Andrews, LCSW, LADC, CCS, MINT
This training is for learners who have completed the MIF and MIA trainings and who are in a role that involves supervision of staff. This training will deal with ways in which the spirit, techniques and concepts of MI may benefit supervisors in their efforts to support and motivate the staff they supervise in carrying out their job responsibilities. The training will involve exercises employing the material presented in previous trainings in supervisory situations.
Fostering Resiliency: Understanding the Professional Hazards of Burnout, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue, and the Practice of Self-Compassion - December 2023
Part One: The Age of Overwhelm and Its Implications for Professional Health | Enhance the well-being and resilience of healthcare providers by providing tools and strategies for managing stress and building personal and community resilience.
Part Two: Self-Compassionate, Resilient, and Creative Providers | Enhance participants’ self-compassion, resilience, and creativity as they learn to cope with the impact of toxic stress and trauma while gaining a deeper understanding of trauma-informed care.
December 1, 2023 | 9:00-11:45am
Join us for CCSME’s annual membership meeting, open to all! We’ll hear keynote presentations from Dr. Ken Minkoff and Randy Morrison, and you’ll have opportunities to discuss where the future of co-occurring services is headed here in Maine with colleagues and industry leaders from around the state. This session is free for members and $15 for others (includes a discount on your first year of new membership!). Registration coming soon – save the date and stay tuned!
Who We Are
The Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine advocates for best practices, encourages professional development, maximizes collaboration, and facilitates integrated health and behavioral health services.
What We Do
The Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine offers training and technical assistance to support behavioral health and integrated health workforces. View our current live and on-demand training courses offering continuing education.
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In partnership and with funding from Maine Department of Health and Human Services, the Maine SUD Learning Community offers training and resources for prescribing clinicians and their teams to offer treatment for SUD/OUD.
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In partnership and with funding from Maine Department of Health and Human Services, CCSME has developed an informational resource about Evidence-Based Practices included within the CCBHC model.
Go to the CCBHC EBP page