Hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
I am excited to announce that in partnership with a number of other organizations (including Cherokee Nation’s Children’s Behavioral Health, The Institute for Building Early Relationships (IBEaR) through OSU, the OK Association for Infant Mental Health (OK-AIMH), and the OK State Dept. of Health’s Project LAUNCH Grant), ODMHSAS will be hosting 2 FREE days of training with Dr. Chandra Ghosh Ippen, the co-creator of the Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Model and Carole Graybill, LCSW, will be in Tulsa the week of April 18th for CPP Training. The first two days, on April 18 and 19th, we have secured a venue that will accommodate a large number of people and we want to invite as many people as possible to come and hear Dr. Ghosh Ippen present her Ripple Effect Training, which will focus on supporting the development of a trauma-informed early childhood system. This training is open to anyone and everyone and there will be CEUs available!
The second day will also be open to a large number of people, but it will be more of a clinical focus and it will consist of both Dr. Ghosh Ippen and Carole Graybill (a CPP trainer) providing an overview of the CPP model. Anyone who wants to learn more about CPP is welcome to attend this day and again, there will be CEUs available.
We hope to have the registration link for both of these training days available soon and once we do, I’ll be sure to send it out to all of you. Please feel free to share this information widely and invite anyone who you think might be interested in attending either day!
Shannon Lee Hanchett, MHR
Manager, Infant and Early Childhood Services
Project Director, SOC^2 Initiative
OK Dept. of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services