Training and Practice Transformation

CCSI provides training and implementation support on an increasing number of topics designed to help organizations understand, implement and sustain practices aimed at improving the way care is provided.   Our training team members have experience working directly in clinical or program settings, so they combine deep content knowledge in their particular areas of expertise with a solid appreciation for the challenges associated with learning and implementing new ways of delivering services in “real world” settings.   In addition, in partnership with our Quality Improvement Team, CCSI can also offer practical ways for organizations to assess the impact of their training investment on care quality and outcomes.   Some of our current training offerings are described briefly below with additional updates coming soon.

Trauma-Informed Care – Organizational Self-Assessment Tool
TIC-OSAT
is a strengths-based organizational self-assessment tool that provides organizations with a point in time “snapshot” of where they are in their journey towards becoming trauma-informed. The tool employs the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) 10 Implementation Domains as a framework for guiding survey participants through a sequence of questions to assess implementation of trauma-informed care practices within their organization. TIC-OSAT allows organizations to view aggregated survey results from their leadership and staff and display these results within a concise, real-time report along with recommendations for bolstering Trauma-Informed Care practices. Click here to learn more and register.
 

ELIZABETH MEEKER, PSYD

ELIZABETH MEEKER, PSYD

Director of Training and Practice Transformation for Coordinated Care Services, Inc.

Elizabeth Meeker, PsyD leads technical assistance in support of system, organization and program practice transformation initiatives. She and her team provide training and targeted implementation support, including coaching, mentoring and team-based learning, to sustain change in practice and the associated improvement in outcomes. Elizabeth is also a Clinical Consultant for the Monroe County Office of Mental Health (MCOMH). She was the Project Director for Monroe County ACCESS, a federally...Read More

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