Offering Graduate degree programs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling and School Psychology.
Year 3: 2019-2020 Goals
Expanding the behavioral health care workforce.
Internship Stipends: Supported 29 interns with the BHWET 2017 Grant funding and 3 interns at our FQHC partner sites with the Supplemental Grant funding.
Four Program Group Interviews: Recruited students into programs and discuss grant opportunities.
Addictions Treatment Certificate: Provides two master’s-level addictions-related courses to current clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and school psychology students, and working healthcare professionals.
Providing inter-professional training and integration of care among behavioral health and primary care providers.
3rd Annual Kickoff Event: Empathic Resilience. Mandatory for all students in school counseling, school psychology, and clinical mental health counseling and offered to all PSU students, faculty and staff, our site supervisors, and community professionals throughout the state of New Hampshire and the New England region (120 participants).
Recovery Coach Academy (October 28-November 1, 2019): Our grant team partnered with our FQHC partner to offer peer recovery support training to increase support for the recovery community in New Hampshire. Trained 39 professionals, students, and community members.
Supported, facilitated, and attended multiple trainings on telehealth, ethics, and the counselor response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support for students and faculty to attend local, regional, and national conferences. Conferences attended:
New Hampshire School Counseling Association Annual Conference
New Hampshire Association of School Psychologists Fall and Spring Conferences
North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference
National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference
Additional conferences selected by individual students and faculty
Increasing the supervisory workforce.
Professional trainings in telehealth counseling services, substance use and opioid use disorders, and integrated behavioral health.
Providing parent/ caregiver supportive training.
Developing and supporting an interdisciplinary care model to address substance misuse in New Hampshire.
Recovery Coach Academy Training
Harm Reduction Training
Providing quality integrated behavioral and primary care for refugees.
Supporting interns working in prison settings to increase quality behavioral health services.
Implementing comprehensive social-emotional learning program in New Hampshire schools.
The Devereux Students Strengths Assessment (DESSA) was offered in 6 schools, aiding 1705 students.
Collaborating with New Hampshire universities to create a databank of New Hampshire stakeholders (i.e., individuals, communities, grant recipients, and agencies) who are involved in supporting behavioral health in New Hampshire.
Educating program interns on using an integrative system of care approach in their professions.