Leadership Overview: Key Elements of TAY Systems of Care

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Instructor: Wayne Munchel, LCSW
Length: 90 Minutes
Opens: April 5, 2018
Closes: October 31, 2019

Description

TAY System of Care leadership, agency and program heads, government planners, funders and youth advocates are encouraged to attend the first webinar in the series. Key components and competencies of effective TAY services will be described to enable leaders to better evaluate their own community’s strengths, as well as identify areas in need of further training and development. We will discuss survey results from a community/agency self-assessment.

Date Recorded: October 4, 2016

Learning Objectives

  • Develop a guiding framework that can identify potential training and development needs.
  • Assess your agencies/community's capacity to deliver key TAY services and supports.
  • List several TAY Best Practices.
  • Deploy approaches that are developmentally informed and Stage-of-Change specific to meet TAY where they are.
  • Discuss current research findings and emerging trends pertaining to youth and young adults.

Level

  • Intermediate

Course Completion Requirements

In order to complete this course, participants must view the presentation, successfully pass a post-test, and submit an online evaluation.  Upon completion, CE Certificates will be available to print directly from the site.

Registration and Refund Policy

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Instructor(s)

Wayne Munchel, LCSW

Wayne Munchel has been involved with youth and young adult programs for the past 20 years.  As an Independent Consultant, he is currently providing trainings and program development to TAY and Recovery model programs for adults with serious mental health conditions.  He has worked extensively with Stars Behavioral Health Group as the Director of TAY (Transition Age Youth), and the Stars Training Academy in developing and training the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) model. Mr. Munchel has over 30 years of experience working in the mental health field and was one of the original staff of The Village, an innovative recovery model program serving adults with mental illness. Mr. Munchel recently developed the TAY FSP Tool Kit in collaboration with the California Institute of Mental Health.  He received his Masters in Social Work from UCLA in 1986.  

Mr. Munchel was the founder and Director of the Mental Health Associations’ Transition Age Youth (TAY) Academy from 2000 to 2009.  The model program helps young adults (ages 18 to 25) with psychiatric disabilities obtain housing, employment and educational opportunities and learn independent living skills.  The TAY Academy serves 100 young adults in the Long Beach community and was identified as a promising practice by the Department of Labor. 

Continuing Education Information

The Academy of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery, provider #1975, is approved by the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA) to provide continuing education to Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioners (CPRPs) and CPRP candidates.

This activity is approved for a maximum of 1.5 contact hours of continuing education in psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery in the following CPRP Focus Domain(s): IV: Assessment, Planning, and Outcomes.  CPRPs and CPRP candidates should only claim credit commensurate with their participation in the activity.

 

The Academy of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery, provider #1975, is approved by the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (PRA) to provide continuing education to Certified Child and Family Resiliency Practitioners (CFRPs) and CFRP candidates.

This activity is approved for a maximum of 1.5 contact hours of continuing education in child and family resiliency and recovery in the following CFRP Focus Domain(s): IV: Assessment, Planning, and Outcomes; XIII: Transition-Age Youth.  CFRPs and CFRP candidates should only claim credit commensurate with their participation in the activity.