Supervision Clinical Intensive - In-Person Training NYC
Location: Kimmel Center for University Life, Washington Square South, New York, NY, USA
This two-part in-person training will guide a small cohort of supervisors in the following:
Understanding key core competencies of supervision (e.g., supporting employee professional development and use of best practices, attending to employee burnout, guiding staff through change)
Engaging in interactive exercises to enhance learning
Self-appraising the supervisor’s alignment with optimal standards of supervisory practice at organization level
Identifying and implementing a supervisory action plan that reflects the felt need of the supervisor
Receiving support from presenters with tools to guide implementation
Medication Assisted Treatment: The Science and the Practice of Effective Recovery-Syracuse
Location: Crowne Plaza Syracuse, 701 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY, USA
OASAS and Center on Addiction are happy to announce additional dates and locations for our Medication Assisted Treatment Forum!
Please join OASAS and Center on Addiction in a conversation that addresses the concerns about the use of MAT and points the way forward to making MAT more widely accessible.
Topics will include:
• The science and efficacy of MAT
• Myths that fuel the stigma surrounding MAT
• Risks of not utilizing MAT when indicated
• MAT in a Value-Based Health Care Delivery System
• Reconciling the recovery paradigm of the past with the recovery paradigm of the present
View more Recent Trainings or use the search tool directly below to find a specific training. Looking for new events? Please visit our Upcoming Events page.
Search our trainings
Business Best Practices
Business Best Practices: to help agencies strengthen their business infrastructure and maintain fiscal health through in-person and web-based training opportunities on contracting, billing, revenue cycle management, utilization management, value-based payment and more.
Value Based Practices: to increase provider capacity around understanding and utilizing data, outcomes, and populations served to support New York's movement toward a value based payment model to its behavioral health Medicaid system.