MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING SEMINARS: IN-PERSON AND REMOTE
Each year, the Northern California Regional Mental Health Training programs host a variety of in-person and remote training seminars for our mental health trainees and training faculty. In-person seminars are held in Oakland and most are accredited for Continuing Education units. Our remote trainings are presented live, via webinar, and are targeted to unlicensed trainees. These webinars are also recorded and are accessible in recorded format, from this web page. See "Remote Trainings," below, for more information.
In-Person Training Seminars Presented in Oakland, CA
Each training year, the Mental Health Training programs host a selection of in-person training seminars at various locations in downtown Oakland, California. Many of these trainings are accredited for Continuing Education credits, available to attendees who are licensed Kaiser Permanente mental health training faculty. Click here to view the seminar schedule for the current training year, 2013-2014.
RemoteTraining Seminars Broadcast Live via Webinar and Archived
Each training year, the Mental Health Training programs host a selection of seminars presented live, in webinar form and recorded for our archives, for our mental health trainees. Click here to view the webinar schedule for the current training year, 2013-2014.
Our archive contains recordings of training seminars that are available for the mental health trainees to view online. Below is a list of all recorded trainings, with links to the recordings. Trainees must have the WebEx program on their computers in order to view the recordings. Please contact your local IT technician if you need further assistance.
Each training is between 1 and 2 hours in length. Please note: Some recordings begin during the setting-up stage, and viewers may want to advance these recordings through this period to locate where the presentations begin.
Anxiety Disorders, presented by Elizabeth McMahon, PhD, on
Assessment of the Traumatized Patient, presented by Anne Menahemy, MD
Behavioral and Cognitive Strategies for Depression, presented by Michael Skolnick, LCSW
Brain-Based Therapy I, presented by John Arden, PhD
Brain-Based Therapy II, presented by John Arden, PhD
DBT with Adolescents, presented by Amy Schaffer, LCSW, and Nan Santiago, LMFT (this recording requires a password: 2012mhtraining)
Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), presented by Rick Shoninger, LCSW
Motivational Interviewing, presented by Rick Barth, PhD
Risk Assessment, presented by Edward Gaston, MD
Working With Psychotic Patients, presented by Patrik Karlsson, LCSW