Upcoming Programs and Events
Certified Peer Support Specialist Training includes the North Carolina approved 40 hour Peer Academy training, and an additional 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development training: consisting of Adult Mental Health First Aid, The Challenge of Opioids, and Using Harm Reduction in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders. Participants are able to apply for the North Carolina Peer Support Specialist certification upon completion of this training series. Cost: only $256!
The first suite of classes will be held at Southern Regional AHEC, November 26, 2018 through February 2, 2019
The second suite of classes will be held at Eastern AHEC, January 14 through February 18, 2019
November 1 and 2, 2018
This year's annual symposium will focus on integrated care and transitions issues for members of the military and their families.
December 14, 2018 through May 10, 2019
Participants will develop a strong understanding of the core principles of conducting BCBT with anxious youth and their families, as well as gain hands-on practice for how to implement techniques and strategies within their own clinical practice. The class consists of three full days in-person, and six monthly webinars with online components. This blended learning curriculum combines traditional in-person training techniques with multimedia technology, resulting in standardized and ongoing training over the course of six months.
February 22 through August 16, 2019
This course is a Basic Track for trainees new to behavioral therapies or CBT. The class consists of three full days in-person, and six monthly webinars with online components. This blended learning curriculum combines traditional in-person training techniques with multimedia technology, resulting in standardized and ongoing training over the course of six months.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapies: The Duke CBTs Community for Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT) Practitioners
December 7, 2018, March 1, 2019, and June 7, 2019
Upon completion of CBT training, there is a need for ongoing learning, peer consultation, and advanced skill development for practitioners. There is no ongoing structured learning community for clinicians with advanced skills in contemporary CBTs that is agnostic to specific CBT brands (e.g., DBT, ACT, etc.). As such, we have now established an ongoing learning community for CBT practitioners. This community will offer opportunities for ongoing learning, development, and networking.