Web-Based Training Component
The Department of Mental Health provides Web-Based Training through Relias Learning (formerly Essential Learning) for registered providers. Relias is a customized learning management system and staff development tool. This training website, developed for DMH staff, presents and tracks training requirements in an accessible and easy to use format. To access this program click the following link: https://dmh.training.reliaslearning.com. For more information about Relias, please contact your program’s Staff Development officer.
March 2022 Featured Trainings
Evidence-Based Practices in Family Psychoeducation (REL-BHC-0-EBPFP)
This course is an introduction of the Evidence-Based Practices series designed to teach you the principles and practices that research suggests are most effective in the implementation of a family psychoeducation. There is ample evidence that the inclusion of families in treatment planning and recovery management achieves the best outcomes.
Credit Hours: 1.5
Effective Workplace Writing (REL-ALL-0-PROFW)
Nearly every job today requires you to write. Whether you’re composing emails, memos, meeting notes, letters, proposals, or reports, writing well matters. Clear, concise writing helps workplace communication and saves everybody time. In this course, you’ll learn best practices that apply to all forms of professional writing. You’ll learn how to organize information, clearly state your purpose, and avoid common errors.
Credit Hours: .25
Best Practices in Trauma Specific Treatment – REL-HHS-0-BPTST
This course offers you the unique perspective of examining how specific behavioral disorders, such as substance use disorders, eating disorders, depressive disorders, and anxiety disorders, are impacted by trauma.
Credit Hours: 1.75
Relias Learning Flyers
The Department of Mental Health features three Relias Trainings, with an electronically distributed flyer, every other month. The trainings are chosen in each of the three areas: Behavioral Health, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse. Our goal is to highlight evidence-based trainings, for DMH Staff and DMH Certified providers, to encourage continual staff development throughout our workforce. Please follow the links below for past and current flyers.