For clinical professionals and educators
Linden Oaks Behavioral Health is your resource for timely information about pressing mental health topics. We offer training programs and professional seminars throughout the year with speakers on the cutting edge of behavioral health treatment. Attendees are able to learn, network and earn professional CEU’s.
Continuing education and seminars for professionals
Our professional seminars are open to community providers, referral sources and other mental/behavioral health professionals. It is a great opportunity to network with colleagues, gain a fresh perspective and find new ways to help patients. CEU’s are provided and registration is required. View our schedule.
Resources for educators
The Linden Oaks Resource and Referral Department offers information to school staff on resources available in the community and at Linden Oaks Behavioral Health. The team consists of licensed professionals that are available around the clock to provide resources, information and assessments. Behavioral health assessments are free of charge and strictly confidential. We can also help you with a patient referral.
We offer a school refusal program designed to treat adolescent anxiety and address school avoidance issues. Regardless of the level of care recommended, our staff will work with the student, his or her family and school to ensure communication on the student’s health and ensure a smooth transition to back to school.
Training and presentations
Linden Oaks staff members include a team of experts in the field of mental health who are available to provide training and presentations for schools or provider offices. Presentations can be created based on the need of school staff, providers, parents, students or patients. Linden Oaks is able to offer continuing education units (CEUs) and for social workers, counselors/therapists, psychologists, and teachers.
- The Crisis Response Team at Linden Oaks is a service designed to help those who may be in need of mental health assistance in the event of a crisis or tragedy.
- Linden Oaks can provide school liaisons, who will establish a relationship with an adolescent patient’s school to ensure a smooth transition from Linden Oaks back to the school environment. If a release of information permission form has been signed, the liaison will provide constant communication with school representatives.
- Linden Oaks works closely with schools throughout the academic calendar year by supporting activities in schools that promote positive mental health and self-care. An example: our annual support of Depression Screening Awareness Month.
Mental Health First Aid training
Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based public education program that teaches people the key skills needed to help someone with a mental health problem or crisis. Mental Health First Aid focuses on the skills that can be used until professional help is obtained.
Linden Oaks can provide assistance to referring providers and schools to ensure a collaborative relationship. Linden Oaks community liaisons are available to set up tours, provider meetings or answer any questions a referring provider or school may have.