Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation

A webinar series based on the all-new second edition of the Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (now available); this four-part series will feature 90-minute webinars led by well-respected experts and authors of the Best Practices book providing you with the tools and resources you need. Each webinar will focus on a specific topic from the book providing an overview of the topic, a summary of relevant research, and implementation guidelines.
 

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Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Webinar Series

Purchase an individual webinar and view it at your leisure, while earning your 1.5 continuing education contact hours for each webinar.

A webinar series based on the all-new second edition of the Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (purchase your copy in PRA's online bookstore); this four-part series will feature 90-minute webinars led by well-respected experts and authors of the Best Practices book providing you with the tools and resources you need. Each webinar will focus on a specific topic from the book providing an overview of the topic, a summary of relevant research, and implementation guidelines.

Best practices are those principles, techniques, interventions, and service models that experts acknowledge as the most effective in a particular field. In psychiatric rehabilitation, a human services field, best practices also must be valued by the service users. Effectiveness has to do with achieving specific desired outcomes, and in psychiatric rehabilitation, we define the desired outcome as recovery—a life of meaning and purpose for people who live with mental health conditions.

The series will feature topics from the following chapters in the Best Practices book:
- Chapter 3: Practice Competencies
- Chapter 5: Person-Centered Planning
- Chapter 9: Multicultural/Diversity Competence
- All Chapters: Ethics

Register individually for each webinar - see registration details below!

Part 1 - Based on Chapter 3: Practices Competencies 

Webinar Title: A Strong Foundation: Competencies in Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on February 5, 2014
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Beth Stoneking, PhD, LCSW, CPRP & Aaron Foster, BS, CRSS
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Part 2 - Based on Chapter 5: Person-Centered Planning

Webinar Title: When the Rubber Hits the Road: From Principle to Practice in Person-Centered Planning
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on February 19, 2014 
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Janis Tondora, PsyD
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Part 3 - Based on Chapter 9: Multicultural/Diversity Competence

Webinar Title: Recovery and Rehabilitation in Culture: How Would We Know It If We Saw It?
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on March 20, 2014 
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Laurene Finley, PhD
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Part 4 - Ethics

Webinar Title: Ethics in Mental Health Recovery Practice
Date: Archive version available to purchase and view at any time - Previously recorded on May 6, 2014
Length: 90 minutes
Faculty: Melanie Kinley, BA
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Registration Fees

Cost per Webinar:
Member: $35
Non-Member: $65

Continuing Education

Upon successful completion of the webinar, participants will receive a certificate documenting 1.5 contact hours toward the continuing education requirement for the CPRP.  *As of January 17, 2017, individuals purchasing a 60 or 90 minute webinars will automatically receive a certificate of completion following the webinar.  Groups participating will be required to submit a roster of attendees and will be invoiced at a rate of $15.00 per person for continuing education contact hours.  Certificates will not be issued until fee has been paid.

Requirements to participate in a webinar

To participate in a webinar, you need one computer with an internet connection to view visual portion and computer speakers to listen to the audio portion of the program. You may have as many people viewing the webinar from that one location as you like.