This on-demand course is aimed at dispelling long held misconceptions about assessing and treating emotional trauma. Experts from around the world share the latest updates in the field, including delivering care in low-resource settings and exploring special populations such as the unique experiences of refugees and displaced persons.
McLean Hospital’s Institute for Trauma-Informed Systems Change collaborates with national and international experts in trauma-informed practices. Courses are ideal for individuals and organizations who want to implement trauma-informed systems change.
Our webinars feature something for everyone, from patients and families to health care providers looking to sharpen their skills.
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Join us to learn more about mental health and well-being. Continuing education credits are not offered for these free, virtual sessions.
The Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, and Harvard Medical School offer this two-day course that will explore how we can sculpt our future in coaching conversations that evoke the humanity and innovation needed to fully transform the pandemic’s forces into sustainable good.
McLean Hospital provides professional education opportunities for a wide range of mental health and allied health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, nationally certified counselors, nursing home administrators, and educators. Our fully accredited programming attracts a broad base of health providers for further training in a variety of specialties.
Current training offerings include a variety of academic programs such as lectures, symposia, conferences, specialty trainings in areas such as borderline personality disorder, and a hub of online resources. All programming supports the continuing professional development of mental health professionals with a focus on improving patient care.
McLean Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the American Psychological Association, the Massachusetts Nurses Association, and other organizations to provide continuing education credits to physicians, psychologists, nurses, and other board certified clinicians.