Alaska School Nurses Association

Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Is Coming To Alaska

Posted 6 months ago by Annette Johansen

CHILD-PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY (CPP)
IS COMING TO ALASKA
CORRECTED ZOOM LINKS 
 
INFORMATIONAL WEBINARS
 
Join us to learn more:
 
- An overview of the program and training process
 
- Medicaid billing for early childhood services  
 
- Integration of CPP into ongoing state initiatives, including FIT Courts and the 1115 waiver.
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Please note corrected Zoom links!
 
Monday, March 4, 2019
11:45am - 12:45pm
 
Zoom Meeting ID:
216 647 218
 
Select a method to join the meeting:
 
One-tap mobile: +14086380968
or toll free 1-888-788-0099   
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Thursday, March 14
Noon - 1:00pm
 
Zoom Meeting ID:
677 602 433
 
Select a method to join the meeting:
 
One-tap mobile:
+16699006833
or toll free: 1-888-788-0099  
 
In response to a growing need for early childhood mental health services, a multiagency partnership is bringing CPP training to Alaska with the goal of training 30 clinicians in this nationally recognized, evidence-based practice.  
 
Training Schedule  
Successful applicants will participate in a 18 month training process that includes:
 
* Initial 1-day introduction and 3-day workshop
May 14 - 17, 2019  
 
* Two 2-day booster sessions (held six months apart, after the initial workshop)  
 
* Case consultation in person or via telephone (2 times a month for 18 months)   
 
 
Participant Requirements  
Participation will be limited to practicing mental health clinicians who are either licensed or actively pursuing licensure. Participants will be selected through a competitive application process. Applicants must be currently working with at least four early childhood clients suitable for CPP or have the ability to do so during the course of the training.  
 
The application window opens on Monday, March 4 and will extend until all spots are filled.
 
This training is a collaborative effort of the following organizations:
Denali Family Services, The Alaska Court System, CODI, R.O.C.K Mat-Su

This training has been made possible by the partnership and generous financial support of the following sponsors:
Alaska Children's Trust
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority
Mat-Su Health Foundation
State of Alaska, Dept of  Health and Social Services
AK-AIMH
The Alaska Training Cooperative

Contact:
Chris Gunderson
 
The Alaska Training Cooperative (AKTC) is grant funded by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority through the
University of Alaska Anchorage Center for Human Development.
UAA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution.
The University of Alaska is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal  discrimination against any individual:  www.alaska.edu/titleIXcompliance/nondiscrimination.