Person-Centered Thinking Training

​​​​​​​​​​​​Person-Centered Thinking is a fulfilling and busy two-day training that provides participants with skills and tools used to support individuals with mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities and substance use disorder services.

​LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1) Describe the three levels of change in the person-centered thinking model.

2) Utilize the first five skills (Important To/For, Matching Staff, Communication/Learning Logs, 4

     Plus 1 Questions, Working/Not Working) to provide person-centered supports.

3) Apply person-centered thinking practice to make a positive difference in the lives of people supported.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Mental Health, Substance Use and Intellectual/Developmental Disability professionals and others interested in the practical application of person-centered practices. 

Date and Times:

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DATES: 

November 14-15, 2017 (Two-day event)

TIME:

9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day (doors open at 8:30 a.m. for registration/coffee)

FACILITATORS:

Ann Gluf and Margaret Rivers

LOCATION:

Daniel R. Coughlin Conference Center, Cardinal Innovations Healthcare, Milestone Office, 4855 Milestone Ave., Kannapolis, NC 28081.

REGISTER HERE

PRICE:

PCT training is free for Cardinal Innovations employees and available to Providers in the Cardinal Innovations Provider Network at a nominal fee of $40 per participant plus a processing fee.

If you have trouble with the registration, contact ccd.corp@cardinalinnovations.org


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CERTIFICATE:

To receive a certificate of attendance, participants must attend both full days of Person-Centered Thinking Training. This training meets the 12-hour requirement as outlined in the state service definitions. Participants will learn practical and useful skills to enhance their person-centered practice in the field. Continuing Education Units are not issued for this training.