Training Videos

Best Practices in Telehealth - BIPOC Perspective

With the advent of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, most mental health services went from being provided in-person to being provided virtually either by telephone or video chat. We, at the LCOEBH were interested in seeing how this unintended experiment was going. So we asked six talented local BIPOC behavioral health providers in this video, are experts describe the challenges and successes they've encountered. They also share their best practices in regards to telehealth.

Created and Executive Produced by
Luna Calderon, LCSW
Training Consultant for the Latinx Center of
Excellence in Behavioral Health & Lecturer
UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare

Produced, Directed and Edited by
LaeCharles Lawrence Jr
Media Specialist for University of California, Berkeley

Best Practices in Telehealth - BIPOC Perspective

Terapia Cognitivo-conductual (TCC) (5/21/2021)

La terapia cognitivo-conductual (TCC para abreviar) es un enfoque para tratar la depresión. La TCC se puede utilizar con individuos o grupos. Esta capacitación se basará en el manual BRIGHT (por su nombre en inglés) para tratar la depresión en contexto grupal. El manual se desarrolló en el Hospital General de San Francisco y se probó con pacientes en español e inglés. El manual BRIGHT se respalda por estudios de investigación basados en evidencia. Algunos de estos estudios están disponibles en esta página.

Segmentos de la videograbación han sido editados para proteger la identidad de los y las participantes.

Ponentes

Adrian Aguilera, PhD, Associate Professor, Berkeley School of Social Welfare
Alinne Barrera, PhD, Associate Professor, Palo Alto University
Kurt C. Organista, PhD, Professor, Berkeley School of Social Welfare
Ricardo F. Muñoz, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychology, Palo Alto University

Recursos

Terapia Cognitivo-conductual: Introducción (1/4)

Disaggregation of Latinx Health Data: Implications for Sleep and Behavioral Health Intervention Research (01/26/2021)

Moderator: Adrian Aguilera, PhD, Director of the Latinx Center of Excellence in Behavioral Health (LCOEBH), Director of the Digital Health Equity and Access Lab (dHEAL), and Associate Professor, Berkeley School of Social Welfare.

Presenter: Carmela Alcántara, PhD, Associate Professor of Social Work and Associate Dean for Doctoral Education, Columbia University School of Social Work.

Disaggregation of Latinx Health Data

Supervision in Remote Context

This video is part of a 75-minute training that was delivered to behavioral health clinicians supervising MSW students on December 9, 2020. To protect participants' identity, the breakout room session and Q&A has been edited out.

Presenters:

Nina Moreno, Ph.D.
Research and Strategic Partnerships Director, Safe Passages

Michael Maldonado
Senior Policy Associate, Safe Passages

Supervision in Remote Context-Safe Passages

Telehealth

Telehealth Supervision for Field Instructors at UC Berkeley

This video is part of a 90-minute training that was delivered to Berkeley School of Social Welfare field supervisors on September 18, 2020. To protect participants' identity, the breakout room session has been edited out.

Moderator:
Luna Calderon, LCSW, is a lecturer at UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare, and Training Consultant for the Latinx Center of Excellence (LCOE)

Presenters:
Elizabeth Morrison LCSW, MAC is the CEO of EM Consulting and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a Masters in Addiction Counseling.

Lizzie Horevitz, LCSW, PhD is a senior consultant with EM Consulting. She holds a doctorate in social welfare, and is a licensed clinical social worker. Lizzie is also the Chief Behavioral Health Officer at Marin Community Clinics.

Sponsored by The Latinx Center of Excellence (LCOE) at Berkeley School of Social Welfare

Telehealth Supervision for Field Instructors at UC Berkeley

Transforming Care Delivery: Equity and Telehealth

This video is part of a 90-minute training that was delivered to Berkeley School of Social Welfare graduate students on September 3, 2020. To protect participants' identity, the Q&A live session has been edited out.

Moderator:

Adrian Aguilera, PhD, is the Director of the Latinx Center of Excellence (LCOE), Director of the Digital Health Equity and Access Lab (dHEAL), and associate professor at the School of Social Welfare.

Presenters:

Elizabeth Morrison LCSW, MAC is the CEO of EM Consulting and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a Masters in Addiction Counseling.

Lizzie Horevitz, LCSW, PhD is a senior consultant with EM Consulting. She holds a doctorate in social welfare, and is a licensed clinical social worker. Lizzie is also the Chief Behavioral Health Officer at Marin Community Clinics.

Sponsored by The Latinx Center of Excellence (LCOE) at Berkeley School of Social Welfare

Transforming Care Delivery: Equity and Telehealth

Other topics

Mental Health in the Latinx Community Amid COVID-19

(April 2020) This webinar aims to equip community-based organizations with key information about COVID-19's impact on Latinx communities, to begin a dialogue about the challenges faced by behavioral health providers and the resources they are utilizing to support their clients.
Hosted by the California Consortium of Latinx Centers of Excellence in partnership with La Clinica de la Raza, Casa del Sol.
Presentation Materials: PowerPoint Slides

UC Berkeley Latinx Center of Excellence Mental Health in the Latinx Community Amid COVID-19

El Ser Biopsicosocial y espiritual

Description: The primary focus of this video is to help individuals understand this model of approach and assessment to introduce the therapeutic process throughout social work practice and connect to each element of our biopsychosocial and spiritual selves. (Closed Captioning in English)

Descripción: El objetivo principal de este video es ayudar a las personas a comprender este modelo de enforque y evaluación para presentar el proceso terapéutico a lo largo de práctica del trabajo social y conectarse con cada elemento de nuestro ser biopsicosocial y espiritual. (Subtítulos en inglés).

El ser biopsicosocial y espiritual

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The Latinx Center of Excellence in Behavioral Health is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $3,398,332 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit HRSA.gov.

Recordings of online trainings hosted by the LCOEBH.