Register for PCCP Trainings

Person-Centered Assessments: Accurate and effective assessments provide the foundation for treatment planning that is person-centered and useful in implementing interventions to address consumers’ needs and barriers to achieving goals. 
This training will cover:

  • skills and strategies for gathering data in initial/intake assessments and ongoing reassessments
  • using data gathered to identify areas of need, barriers to goal achievement, strengths that can be leveraged to overcome barriers, and functional impairments (data relevant to completion of the DLA-20)
  • practice using this data to developing interpretive summaries, identify stages of change, and prioritize work on goals

***The Training Center of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry certifies that this individual meets the criteria for 3.25 Continuing Education Credits (Category I) for Social Workers/3.25 Continuing Education (CE) for Psychologists/ 3.25 Continuing Education Units (Category A) for Professional Counselors and Therapists; and Alcohol and Drug Counselors and 3.25 Continuing Education Units for Recovery Peer Specialists.  The Training Center of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry is authorized as a sponsor of Continuing Education Units.  The Training Center maintains responsibility for this program. 

Date: Wednesday, February 5, 2020  Regi​ster to attend​
Time:  9:30 am to 1:00 pmLocation: Maryland Dept. of Transportation; 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Harry Hughes Suites 1&2;  Hanover, MD 21076Trainer: Kris Wright
Person-Centered Care Plans:
Over and above the treatment plan’s role in getting authorizations for services, PCCP treatment plans become roadmaps, guiding service interventions and serving as useful tools for exploring when and why course corrections may be advised. 
This training will cover the uses of recovery-oriented language to craft actionable treatment plans focusing on the identification of: 

  • long-term goals and guiding visions to inspire work 
  • short-term goals/objectives that leverage strengths to overcome barriers/challenges
  • interventions that foster collaboration between treatment providers, consumers, and natural supports  

***The Training Center of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry certifies that this individual meets the criteria for 4.5 Continuing Education Credits (Category I) for Social Workers/ 4.5 Continuing Education (CE) for Psychologists/ 4.5 Continuing Education Units (Category A) for Professional Counselors and Therapists; and Alcohol and Drug Counselors and 4.5 Continuing Education Units for Recovery Peer Specialists.  The Training Center of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry is authorized as a sponsor of Continuing Education Units.  The Training Center maintains responsibility for this program. 

Date: Friday February 18, 2020    Regis​ter to attend
Time:  9:30 am to 3:30 pm (includes lunch break)​​Location:  Maryland Dept. of Transportation; 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Harry Hughes Suites 1&2;  Hanover, MD 21076Trainer: Kris Wright
Date: Friday March 20, 2020    Register to attend
Time:  9:30 am to 3:30 pm (includes lunch break)​​Location:  Maryland Dept. of Transportation; 7201 Corporate Center Drive, Harry Hughes Suites 1&2;  Hanover, MD 21076Trainer: Kris Wright