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LEARNING

Training Guides & Curricula


Child and Family Teaming


Source:

California Social Work Education Center (CALSWEC)

Audience:

Child Welfare and Behavioral Health


About:

Audience: This curriculum is designed as a conjoint training for child welfare and behavioral health practitioners, and partners from child- and family-serving agencies.  It is comprised of two 3.5-hour modules that each include role plays for skill practice.


The British Columbia Competency Framework for Interprofessional Collaboration


Source:

Interprofessional Network BC

Audience:

General


About:

This interprofessional competency framework is organized into three domains: Interpersonal and communication skills; Patient Centered and Family Focused-Care, and Collaborative Practice. This document provides a definition and examples of each competency with the goal of informing curriculum development.

Implementation Tools and Guides


Child Welfare/Mental Health Learning Collaborative


Source:

California Social Work Education Center (CALSWEC)

Audience:

Child Welfare and Behavioral Health


About:

The Child Welfare/Mental Health Learning Collaborative Toolkit provides resources designed to assist county administrators and staff to implement integrated child welfare and mental health services for families and children participating in both systems.


Trauma Informed Workgroup Meeting Guidelines


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


About:

This set of guidelines, provide structure for creating a trauma informed care workgroup and is applicable to development of a cross-system workgroup.

Desk Guide on Trauma-Informed Child Welfare for Child Mental Health Professionals


Source:

Chadiwcks Trauma-Informed Systems Project (CTISP)

Audience:

Behavioral Health


About:

This 16-page guide plus pull-out insert is designed to assist mental health professionals in increasing their knowledge of the policies, practices, and culture of the child welfare system.


Desk Guide on Trauma-Informed Mental Health for Child Welfare


Source:

Chadiwcks Trauma-Informed Systems Project (CTISP)

Audience:

Child Welfare


About:

This 20-page guide, plus 2 pull-out inserts, is designed to assist child welfare workers and supervisors in understanding mental health services that are available for children and families in the child welfare system