Once participants leave CCI’s Moral Reconation Therapy – MRT® training, they are faced with the challenge of stepping back into the “real world” to implement all they learned. To support implementation and fidelity efforts, CCI launched a Learning Community.
The Learning Community offers continuing education conference calls and webinars to better support facilitators as they move through program implementation.
Monthly conference calls address both fidelity and implementation of the MRT program.
Fidelity Conference Calls
The fidelity conference calls allow for basic questions and provide answers for facilitators regarding step work for clients—what is acceptable and what is not. Participants receive “if-then” guidance from CCI’s clinical staff.
Implementation Conference Calls
The goal for the implementation conference calls is to help participants navigate some of the structural and staff barriers involved in implementing new programming. These barriers can include choosing a core group, deciding how often to meet, and much more. These calls also featured CCI’s clinical staff.
Click the links below to register for our upcoming Conference Calls and Webinars:
Upcoming MRT Fidelity Calls:
Upcoming DV Fidelity Calls:
With travel costs high and budgets being trimmed for many agencies, CCI has developed easy-to-attend (from a desktop) webinar series that will help participants learn or refine techniques in cognitive-behavioral therapy. The topics will be selected based on valuable feedback received in CCI’s client survey.
CCI is also working to bring future webinars that provide continuing education units (CEUs) for licensed staff.
Now That I’m Trained and Certified in MRT, What’s Next…
REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON
Presenter: Certified Moral Reconation Therapy – MRT® Trainer Yvonne Saunders-Brown
Date: Friday, September 14th, 2021 from 10:00AM – 1:00PM Central
Topics Addressed: This previously recorded webinar features key details that can aid implementation of your programs focusing on program fidelity, structure, routine, and consistency. Administrative tips and examples on setting group expectations and achieving transparency as a facilitator.