The ETSU COE addresses our training goals both through local training projects and in collaboration with the statewide COE Best Practices group.
Locally we organize and sponsor a monthly informational and networking meeting for pediatric providers who practice health and behavioral health services for children receiving TennCare benefits. See Provider Collaborative work group for more information.
ETSU COE participates in the COE Best Practices Collaborative that is coordinating statewide efforts to advance the implementation of Best Practices in the treatment of behavioral, cognitive, and emotional difficulties associated with child maltreatment and parent-child attachment problems. See PCIT and TF-CBT for further information.
UPCOMING JULY TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
**ETSU COE and Frontier Health are pleased to announce an upcoming training on infant mental health: "Infant Mental Health: Promoting Early Relationships to Foster Long-Term Resiliency" on Friday, July 26, 2013 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. To attend this free training pre-registration is required. Click here for registration form.
**ETSU COE Break & Educate presents "Helping Young Children with Disruptive Behavior Problems: An Introduction to Parent Child Interaction Therapy" by John-Paul Abner, Ph.D.on July 30, 2013 for DCS employees. RSVP is required by 07/22/13. Click here to view flyer.