Trainings

Supporting Stronger Communities

Our anytime/live trainings and pathways are available at no cost via the DMH + UCLA Wellbeing for LA Learning Center

Anytime Trainings

A recorded version of our live trainings that you take at your own pace and receive a certificate of completion

Live Trainings

Engaging trainings over Zoom presented by specialists in that field with CEs available for the majority of our trainings

Learning Pathways

A series of milestones that group together various activities on the Learning Center

New Anytime Trainings

Developing and Facilitating Therapeutic Groups in Community Mental Health

Intergenerational Communication Challenges

Child and Adolescent Suicide Assessment and Prevention

Training Series

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Grave Disability

Psychotherapeutic Techniques with Older Adults

Recovery Oriented Care

Safety and Crisis Intervention

Substance Abuse and Harm Reduction

Transgender Health and Mental Health

Trauma-Informed Care

Learning Pathways

FSP Foundations

Full Service Partnership (FSP) Foundations is a learning pathway designed for a range of service providers (e.g., case managers, mental health clinicians, nurse practitioners, housing specialists, peer providers, and substance use specialists among others) providing client care in FSP programs. It is ideal for both new staff and seasoned mental health providers to support them in grounding their work in evidence-based practices and strengthening skills to work with clients with severe mental illness, including those with challenges related to substance use, housing instability, and frequent hospitalizations.

Intensive Engagement for Field-Based Practice

Intensive Engagement for Field-Based Practice is a learning pathway designed for a range of service providers from Countywide Engagement Division programs and other field-based providers working in similar programs. It is ideal for both new staff and seasoned service providers to ground their work in evidence-based practices and strengthen skills to work with clients who are often disengaged from services, including those experiencing challenges related to housing instability, mental health, substance use, and frequent hospitalizations.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
If you or someone you know is in crisis, call: 1-800-273-8255

National Disaster Distress Helpline:
In distress because of a natural or human-caused disaster? Call for immediate counseling 24/7 at
1-800-985-5990 Or text TalkWithUs to 66746
(English/Spanish 24/7)

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