We offer trainings specifically for mental health professionals like licensed professional counselors (LPC), licensed social workers (LMSW/LCSW), and licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT) . Every training revolves around trauma-informed care, culturally competent care, working with underserved populations, and demonstrating leadership in the mental health industry. Mental health professionals in Texas are eligible to receive a continuing education credit (CEC).
Mental Health Practioner Training
our areas of expertise
Crime victims have experienced enough unfortunate experiences and trauma. For professionals who work intimately with these crime victims, we want to make sure you have the tools and knowledge to give them quality care. Trainings include information on integrated care models, how to inform victims of their rights, assist in their recovery, and continue to be an advocate in their communities.
Crime Victims Practitioner Training
About half of youth raised in foster care end up finishing high school. And less than 3% graduate from a 4-year college*. We support your efforts as a foster care service provider by teaching you college admission processes, financial aid opportunities, and exit housing options for your students. Our hope is that you empower more youth in foster care to graduate high school and enroll in college.
Foster Care Service Provider Training
*Reference — National Foster Youth Institute
Are you working either directly or indirectly with first-generation students through TRIO Programs? Let’s make a difference in helping our youth go to college! We cover a wide variety of topics including but not limited to legislative and regulatory requirements, helping students receive financial aid, and best practices for cultivating academic achievement and college readiness.