Courses, Webinars, & Toolkits

 

These materials can help providers keep up to date with research, practices, & topics relevant to recovery & vocational rehabilitation.

 

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association Webinars

PRA features this list of upcoming & archived webinars available through their website.

 

DTG-EMP Workshops & Webinars

This company offers workshops & webinars that focus on strategies, skills & techniques for helping individuals with employment barriers return to work.

 

Supported Employment Evidence-Based Practices Toolkit

This toolkit published by SAMHSA provides a variety of information & resources related to Supported Employment (SE), including research evidence establishing the effectiveness of SE as an intervention

 

Course: Job Development & Job Retention for Persons in Recovery

The Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation invites interested persons to consider our distance learning course for those who work as Employment Specialists, Rehabilitation Counselors, Employment Networks, Vocational Peer Specialists & others who assist persons in mental health recovery towards successful employment. The course will be given over a 10 week period of time (multiple times during the year).

 

NAMI Programs

“Across the country, thousands of trained NAMI volunteers bring peer-led programs to a wide variety of community settings, from churches to schools to NAMI Affiliates. With the unique understanding of people with lived experience, these programs and support groups provide outstanding free education, skills training and support.”

 

PDF: Facilitator’s Manual for A Practical Guide for People With Mental Health Conditions Who Want to Work

Although A Practical Guide for People With Mental Health Conditions Who Want to Work was designed to be a self-help tool, this accompanying Facilitator’s Manual was developed to provide structured & semi-structured ways to use the Practical Guide. Both of these resources were designed to help individuals with psychiatric disabilities who are considering employment.