Copy
April 2021
Greetings,

This month, our Voices from the Field blog series features Robe Walker, a COVID-19 survivor and community leader at Fort Belknap Indian Community; and Father Phil Ackerman, who has practiced compassion by listening to the needs of his new congregation.

We are proud to announce that Mountain Plains staff have been recognized for their work on the Behavioral Health Bridge - a website with free, clinically validated behavioral health resources.

Our entire Traumatic Brain Injury + Mental Health series is now archived on our website. Slide decks, recordings, and other resources are available for this great series!

Finally, learn about our Annual Leadership Academy. Several trainers are alumni of the International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership!

Be well,

The Team at Mountain Plains MHTTC
 
*stay up-to-date with newsletters and event notifications by subscribing
Voices from the Field

Robe Walker describes the value of community connectedness at Fort Belknap Indian Community, MT.

Father Phil Ackerman discusses the challenge of getting to know his new congregation in West Fargo, ND during COVID-19. 
Behavioral Health Bridge

Mountain Plains MHTTC staff win interdisciplinary award for the development of the Behavioral Health Bridge, a website with free, clinically validated behavioral health resources, including learning modules and self-administered screening tools.
Addressing Traumatic Brain Injury

View the slide deck and recording from our January 26 training on TBI and neurodiversity among youth. Resources from our entire Fall 2020, 7-part series on the intersection of TBI and mental health can be accessed here!
2nd Annual Leadership Academy Establishes Peer Network

New and emerging leaders assessed their leadership styles, learned effective leadership skills and strategies, and established a network of peers to share experiences and challenges. 
Upcoming Events and Training
Suicide Prevention in Latino and Indigenous Populations
April 5 | ONLINE | National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC
Learn More

SMH Curriculum 'Always and Now' Learning Series Module 5: Mental Health Promotion for All (Tier 1)
April 13 | ONLINE | Global MHTTC
Learn More

Trauma Informed Therapy: Part 3
April 14 | ONLINE | National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC
Learn More

Stress Management: The Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Latino Families
April 15 | ONLINE | National Hispanic and Latino MHTTC
Learn More

SMH Curriculum 'Always and Now' Learning Series Module 6: Early Intervention and Treatment (Tiers 2 and 3)
April 27 | ONLINE | Global MHTTC
Learn More
view this email in your browser
Copyright © 2021 Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, All rights reserved.


Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp
Visit our Website
Visit our Website
Friend on Facebook
Friend on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on Twitter
Sign-up for our Listserv
Sign-up for our Listserv