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June 2021
Greetings,

If you serve people with mental health disorders and reside in HHS Region 8 (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, and WY), please consider taking our needs assessment survey. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and will guide our future training and technical assistance for the Mountain Plains MHTTC. Your contribution is greatly appreciated!

We are incredibly excited to share our new toolkit, "Building Resilience Among Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Providers During a Global Health Pandemic." A 4-part training series will introduce and review this toolkit, beginning June 16th!

Lastly, we acknowledge the incredible career of Thomasine Heitkamp, Co-Project Director of Mountain Plains MHTTC, as she celebrates retirement! Heitkamp has dedicated her life to enhancing the well-being of rural and tribal communities.

Be well,

The Team at Mountain Plains MHTTC
 
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Building Resilience Among Providers During a Global Health Pandemic - Series and Toolkit

The global health pandemic has presented new challenges and exacerbated existing stressors. This 4-part series and toolkit have been developed to encourage self-care and assist in building resilience among healthcare providers.
Addressing Suicidality When Crisis Shows Up in Practice

This training will review evidence-based practices that support interventions for people experiencing suicidal ideation. Practice de-escalation techniques and learn strategies for self-regulation and maintaining therapeutic connections with clients in crisis.
Interactional and Dynamic Relationships

Why are laughing, crying, and yawning contagious? This Workshop Wednesday session will examine the interactional nature of relationships and how mirror neurons contribute to our interpretation and reactions to both intentional and unintentional messages. 
A Rural Advocate Retires

Thomasine Heitkamp, Co-Project Director of the Mountain Plains MHTTC, retires after a 39-year career at the University of North Dakota. She has helped bring in millions of dollars to assist rural and tribal communities combat addiction and address mental health issues.
Upcoming Events and Training
Addressing Suicidality When Crisis Shows Up in Practice
June 3 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Understanding the Impact of a Public Health Crisis on Physical and Behavioral Healthcare Providers
June 16 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Interactional and Dynamic Relationships
June 16 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Home Life, Clinical Care, and Work Relationships: Causes of Stress and Resiliency Building for Providers
June 23 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Preventing and Responding to Grief, Loss, and Secondary Traumatic Stress among Providers
June 30 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Promoting Resiliency at an Organizational Level
July 7 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Experiential Ways to Build Up Your Mental Health and Resilience
July 21 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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Building Capacity of School Personnel to Promote Positive Mental Health in Native American Children and Youth
September 15 | ONLINE | Mountain Plains MHTTC
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