Are you interested in...increasing access to mental health services through primary care medical practices? Impacting the behavioral and medical health outcomes for thousands of patients? Delivering evidenced-based interventions in a transdisciplinary team? Investing in your current practice and agency by learning best practices for implementation? Then the new Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) certificate program beginning in January might be for you! The program aims to equip psychologists and social workers to fill this role and practice at the highest level of their license in the unique context of primary care. The goal of this training program is to equip clinicians to provide quality integrated behavioral services in primary care settings working with family physicians, pediatricians or geriatricians. Four weekend sessions are offered throughout the spring, and in order to earn the certificate in IBH, you must complete three of the four sessions. 16 social work CEUs are also available for each weekend course completed.
Through the National Association of Christian Social Workers, Baylor students and alumni can obtain continuing education units at a discounted rate. Click the image below to browse offerings.
Held annually in the fall, the workshop features a guest speaker who addresses ethical situations in social work practice. Open to the community and students, the workshop provides CEU credit for professionals. It is named in honor of Professor Emeritus Preston Dyer of the School. When registration is opened each year, you may register online.
As the culmination of the Capstone course, MSW candidates present their practice and research projects on a wide range of topics relevant to the social work profession. As many as 60 present in the all-day event each spring that is open to the public and provides CEU credit for professionals. The event this year will be 8:30 a.m., May 3, at the new Paul L. Foster Business School. When registration is opened, you may register online.