Mental Health Recovery Oriented Care and Methods of Service Delivery
Total Hours: 45
No Book to Buy - Online Text
Unlimited Test Retakes
Sponsor Approval: Please visit our provider approval page for a list of national and state sponsored approvals.
Course delivery method and format: self-paced online training.
1. Course Reading,
2. Online PostTest
3. Course Evaluation.
After successfully completing the Course Reading, PostTest and Evaluation a certificate of completion will be issued online.
Course Presenter: Ann West, M.A. has over 30 years of experience as a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist. She’s currently the clinical director for Vista Continuing Education. She creates, designs and implements online training programs for mental health professional.
Intermediate level course
Course Description: The purpose of this resource guide is to share an overview of Recovery Oriented System of Care or ROSC and illustrate how these systems are an integral part of the new health care environment. This guide will align the tenets of health care reform to the benefits, framework, and history of ROSC, and the steps for planning and implementing ROSC.
The clinician will be able to differentiate four concepts of person centered planning and its relation to recovery.
The clinician will be able to classify at least five cultural factors that must be taken into account in any planning and service delivery.
The clinician will be able to analysis at least three barriers to implementing person centered planning and discuss the reasons why these must be overcome prior to implementing the process.
The clinician will be able to identify the five steps that make up the person centered process and discuss the essential components of each.
The clinician will be able to describe at least three practices to facilitate true person centered planning.
This course is accepted for BBS CEU credit to meet the Mental Health Recovery requirement.