Integrating Community Behavioral Health Resources focuses on maximizing the potential of the Bio-psychosocial model of behavioral health. The psychological (spiritual) core of behavioral motivation is discussed in depth. Spirituality is substantively differentiated from religiousness, and discussed in a multicultural perspective. The program is designed to enable practitioners to improve their efficacy in behavioral health assessment, treatment planning, multi-disciplinary collaboration in the context of increasing demands on limited community resources for the treatment of behavioral health issues.
For more information Contact:
New Mexico Highlands University
Lou Ann Romero, Continuing Education
Lou Ann Romero
April 25, 2014
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
52 University Blvd,.
10.00 per CEU
Checks payable to:
Highlands School of Social Work.
Please call or email to confirm
attendance. Space is limited!