Online Course » Consumers in the Mental Health Workforce

Course Description:

WWT produces eLearning and non-eLearning curricula to train both the mental health workforce and employees with lived experience as consumers and/or family members. The links below provide an ability to view the newly developed WWT E-Learning Component, “Consumers in the Mental Health Workforce”, and covers basic concepts related to consumer employment.

Course Objective:

  • Identify the benefits of hiring consumers as providers
  • Identify positions for consumer providers
  • Discuss the ways in which stigma impacts the successful integration of consumer providers
  • Identify key reasonable accommodations for consumer providers
  • List supports that contribute to consumer staff success on the job

Intended Audience:

This training is intended for:

  • Consumers and Family Members (individuals with "lived experience")
  • Clinicians
  • Supervisors
  • Administrators
  • Public Mental Health System partners
Hours:
2.00
Certificates:
California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions - WWT - view details

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