BHECN provides support to students and trainees in behavioral health fields.
Ambassador Program helps students explore careers in Behavioral Health.
BHECN offers a variety of trainings to professionals statewide.
BHECN studies the behavioral health workforce in Nebraska.
Certified Peer Support Conference
Certified Peer Support is an important and growing part of the Nebraska behavioral health workforce. Certified Peer Support and Wellness Specialists (CPSWS) recently met for their 2nd annual networking conference in Grand Island.
Telehealth Training now available online
Telehealth use is expanding all over the country, connecting patients to services they need, but are not able to access in their community.
In our new interactive module, you can learn about telehealth's evolution, its current use, and how to put it into practice. The module will also identify various indications of behavioral telehealth service delivery, describe telehealth etiquette and best practices, and demonstrate basic skills necessary to navigate the use of a telehealth platform.
Continuing education credits are available for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses, and LMHPs.
View the module: Telehealth Training
BHECN Travels to New Mexico
Last week, BHECN team members traveled to the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque to visit the Center for Rural and Community Behavioral Health (CRCBH). Our new friends at the CRCBH have been working on behavioral health workforce issues for over 20 years and have a lot they can teach us.
Challenging Behavior Webinar
The Munroe-Meyer Institute and Munroe-Meyer Guild are hosting two free webinars on children's "Challenging Behavior" on Tuesday, September 23. Details
UNK Professional Development Series
The UNK Department of Counseling and School Psychology is hosting its 10th annual Professional Development Series beginning September 26.
“It is designed to meet the continuing education needs of our alumni, current students, and people out in the field,” says Dr. Grace Mims, chair of the Department of Counseling and School Psychology.