Monthly Webinars

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Our monthly webinar series provides practical, clinically oriented education on common mental/behavioral health conditions in children and adolescents for pediatric primary care providers seeking to improve their ability to provide mental health care as part of their practice.

ProjecT ECHO

Our monthly ECHO tele-mentoring sessions include brief didactics on evidence-based strategies for diagnosing and managing common pediatric mental health conditions, incorporating measurement-based care, anticipatory guidance, and use of psychosocial treatment/psychotherapy and/or medications (as appropriate), followed by case discussions. Two 6-month cohorts are offered per year.

Aces Training

CME activity on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma Informed Pediatric Care jointly provided by UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals: CAPP, ACEs Aware, and Postgraduate Institute for Medicine

School-based ECHO

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The case-based learning model of Project ECHO increases the capacity of school and school-based health center staff to successfully deliver best-practice mental health interventions to youth and for them to learn strategies for managing students’ challenges. In case discussions, participants support one another to reduce their occupational burnout and gain competency in leading effective peer mentoring.