Project TEACH offers training in several different formats for primary care clinicians (PCC) covering child and adolescent mental health as well as maternal mental health. These programs target your ability to assess, treat, and manage mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in your practice.
Project TEACH also offers specialized, in-depth programs in each region. These trainings address how to recognize, assess, and manage mild-to-moderate mental health concerns in children and adolescents.
2023 Fall Child Intensive Training
2023 Fall Maternal Intensive Training
Each year, Project TEACH provides a minimum of eight live, webinar events. Three programs are dedicated to Maternal Mental Health topics and five are dedicated to Child/Adolescent Mental Health Programs. Webinar topics are chosen based on the current needs and feedback of clinicians throughout the state.Online Training
Project TEACH provides access to on-demand content through its online learning management system. Sessions focus on a variety of topics related to mental health in children and youth.View Catalog
Pediatric Core Trainings
The core trainings in child and adolescent mental health are offered virtually, on site at your practice, or at a community location. Core trainings are 5-hour CME programs covering a variety of key and common mental health topics seen regularly in primary care. These programs can be tailored to meet your needs by scheduling the program at your practice’s convenience in 1 hour, 2 ½ hour, or 5-hour blocks. Contact us to schedule a training for your practice.Request Services
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