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Law and Ethics: Updates for Clinicians with Ben Caldwell

November 3rd & 4th Training Overview: This course examines specific recent and planned changes to California law and professional ethics codes for mental health professionals. Particular attention is given to obligations and processes related to risk management. Case examples bring focus to how these changes actually apply in clinical work, inside and outside of the […]

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Step Up! Bystander Training

October 14th, 9:00am-10:30am Stand Up! Bystander Training Flyer Placer County Systems of Care is partnering with Placer Collaborative Network (PCN) to host this timely Step Up! Bystander Training on Thursday, October 14th 9:00am-10:30am. This remote training is FREE and open to the public!! Registration is Required.  Learn how we can step up and help others

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SOGIE 101 Training

October 27th 3:00pm-5:00pm Join us for this FREE introductory training and panel discussion designed to engage participants to gain a better understanding of the differences between Sex assigned at birth, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, and Sexual/Romantic Orientation. This subject is often difficult for people to discuss, so every effort is made to make the topic

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Suicide is Preventable

National Suicide Prevention Week is a time in which individuals, organizations and communities around the country join their voices to broadcast the message that everyone can play a role in suicide prevention. Join in this year by visiting suicideispreventable.org to view, download, and share activities and resources.  #SuicidePreventionWeek is Sept 5th – 11th. This year’s

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Race, Equity & Inclusion

Race, Equity & Inclusion FREE Upcoming Trainings & Resources SOGIE 101 Training & Panel DiscussionSexual Orientation, Gender Identity & ExpressionFree Training funded by Placer County MHSA October 27, 2021 3-5pm via ZoomRegistration coming soon! Black Minds Matter 2! “Learning through the lens of an African American family member” Presented by American Psychiatric AssociationSeptember 8th  9:00-11:00AMView

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BIPOC Mental Health Month

BIPOC Mental Health Month asks all of us to enhance public awareness of mental illness faced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. For historically marginalized communities, traditional systems of care may overlook cultural and historical factors that impede BIPOC mental health. That is why this year Mental Health America (MHA) is highlighting #StrengthInCommunities. For

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Black History Month

Black History Month is an opportunity to honor and celebrate the contributions African Americans have made in the United States. As we use the month to highlight the many contributions from the African American community, we encourage you to learn about these contributions beyond simply this month. Behavioral Health Champions Joy DeGruy, PhD Dr. Joy Angela DeGruy

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