November 3, 2022
Behavioral Health Series 2023 | Session 1
FORMAT: Online Webinar Series
DATE: January 13, 2023
To register or go to the other sessions:
Healthcare professionals in all settings work regularly with patients living with mental health conditions. There is an unmet need for relevant training in behavioral health skills, at a time when these skills are more vital than ever. In these interactive live webinars, experts in behavioral health provide training in de-escalation, suicide prevention, ethical and cultural considerations in mental health, and other skills for use in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Select Your Sessions
This will be a 3-part series of live webinars, which will be 4-5 hours apiece. Join us for each session at $179, or all 3 sessions for $499!
These Behavioral Health Webinars are designed for healthcare workers in all settings who want to increase their skills in de-escalation, creating a safe environment, managing and recognizing common psychiatric diagnoses, and much more! The first live webinar will take place on Friday, January 13th, and will continue every other month after that. Participants can sign up for any number of webinars to attend live, or register later to view recordings of each part of the series. These live webinars are designed to be interactive, integrating brief discussions, skills practice, and role-playing.
Nurses, nurse practitioners, and other healthcare professionals who work in hospitals, ambulatory settings, urgent care clinics, and other healthcare settings, with or without a specialty in behavioral health.
- 1. Explain the public health issue of suicide and why people, including youth, may consider suicide
2. Able to identify ways in which healthcare workers can support each other
3. Able to identify evidence-based practices when caring for transgender people
4. How to find compassion when caring for difficult patients
Session 1 | January 13, 2023
|8:00 am||Welcome and Overview|
|8:15 am||Youth Suicide Prevention & Collaboration Across Systems||Megan Reibel, MEd|
|9:25 am||Trauma Informed Workplaces: How We Support Each Other||TJ LaRocque|
|10:35 am||Supporting Transgender Patients||Connor Wesley, BSN, RN|
|11:45 am||Caring for the Difficult Patient: A Debrief on Moral Distress and Moral Outrage||Hannah Johanson, BSN, RN, CCRN, HEC-C|