These self-paced online courses introduce the basic principles of Collaborative Problem Solving, an innovative, trauma-informed, and evidence-based approach to understanding and helping kids and adults with behavioral challenges. Participants learn a more empathic and accurate understanding of what causes unmet expectations and challenging behavior and are exposed to an overview of the three key components of the approach. These courses lay the foundation for attending Essential Foundation in Collaborative Problem Solving (Level 1).
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Educators, join us in this introductory course and develop your behavioral growth mindset!
This 2-hour, self-paced course introduces the principles of Collaborative Problem Solving® while outlining how the approach is uniquely suited to the needs of today's educators and students. The CPS approach aligns with CASEL's 5 core competencies, integrates with MTSS frameworks, PBIS, and restorative practices, is evidence-based, neuro-biologically and trauma-informed, and child and family-centered.
The MGH Department of Psychiatry hosts our online, 3-hour, pre-recorded Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving as a CEU-credited course. This course is ideal for clinicians seeking CEU credit.
Financial assistance: If you require financial assistance, please apply for assistance by completing this form. Funds are limited, and the application does not guarantee an award.