Collaborate

Collaboration is a foundational principle of our mission. MCMH understands that our efforts must be relevant, credible, and fit the culture of the group we work with.

Research

We bridge research to practice. MCMH advances the knowledge of what works by translating research findings and evaluating their relevance in daily clinical practice.

Train

Training is our core function. Our training for the practicing clinician is task-oriented, teaching skills that can be used now.

April Webinar

The webinar advertised for April 11th has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date. The webinar for April has been changed to the following:

Honor Betrayed: Veterans' Reactions to Sexual Assault in the Military

Mic HUnter PhD, LP  (more)

Noon, Friday, April 11, 2014

Click on the webinar title above or click here to view a recording of webinar. If you have not viewed one of our webinars previously, you will need to install the Microsoft Silverlight plugin to view the webinar live. Silverlight for Mac or Silverlight for PC To determine if you need the Silverlight plugin visit our test site  Recorded seminars do not require the plugin.

Following the webinar there will be a link here to take a post test related to this webinar. The post test will only be available for 24 hours following the end of the webinar. If you wish to receive one CEU for this webinar you must complete the post test and the evaluation. A score of 4 correct responses to 5 questions is needed to pass.

If you are not taking the post test, please complete the evaluation by clicking here

May Webinar

Relationship Building via Radical Collaboration: How a Practitioner's Beliefs and Assumptions Impact Therapeutic Outcomes

Andrew Thompson (MORE)

Noon, Friday, May 9, 2014

When working with people diagnosed with co-occurring disorders we often use terms such as minimally engaged, non-compliant, difficult. The language we use, the attitudes we embrace have a drastic impact on our relationship with clients and can interfere with development of a sound therapeutic alliance. It is often important to take a step back in order to readjust our attitudes and perspectives about client change which may also include reevaluating what it means for a client to be successful. In this webinar, we will discuss various strategies and approaches that contribute toward effective engagement and relationship building. This will include a review of concepts borrowed from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, stage-wise treatment, Motivational Interviewing, harm reduction philosophy, and existential psychotherapy.

The webinar begins promptly at Noon (CDT). Click on the webinar title above or click here to view the webinar. If you have not viewed one of our webinars previously, you will need to install the Microsoft Silverlight plugin. Silverlight for Mac or Silverlight for PC To determine if you need the Silverlight plugin visit our test site

Following the webinar there will be a link here to take a post test related to this webinar. If you wish to receive one CEU for this webinar you must complete the post test and the evaluation.  A score of 4 correct responses to 5 questions is needed to pass.

If you are not taking the post test, please complete the evaluation by clicking here

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Our Mission Statement: MCMH bridges science to practice to promote lifelong learning and the renewal of clinical skills within Minnesota’s diverse behavioral health workforce. The Center is committed to fostering mental wellness and recovery for all Minnesota citizens by providing the training, research, and resources for service providers to build and sustain excellence in the delivery of broad based mental health services.

The MCMH is sponsored by funds from the Minnesota Department of Human Services Adult Mental Health Division.

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