To register for this training, students must enroll via the Behavioral Health Learning Center. Note: If you are registered but cannot attend the session, you must cancel your registration through the TrainLink system by the registration deadline. Instructions on canceling your registration.
Class CMH170 will communicate with potential applicant providers about Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) prior to the submission of a CTSS Certification Application to the DHS Behavioral Health Division. The potential CTSS provider applicant should register the qualified Clinical Supervisor, or clinical consultant, as well as the entity’s Administrative Representative.
Class CMH210 is an interactive training experience for the mental health professional(s) responsible to implement clinical requirements identified in materials at their respective agencies in a manner consistent with state and federal policies and regulations. Additional participants may include anyone involved in developing agency policies and procedures for the delivery of CTSS services (Administrative Representative).
The sessions are provided quarterly on the third Tuesday of January, April, July and October of each year. Administrative Information Sessions run from 9:00 am – noon, and Clinical Information Seminars run from 12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Target AudienceAnyone interested in becoming a CTSS Provider – must include the qualified Clinical Supervisor/Clinical Consultant as well as the entity’s Administrative Representative.
CTSS Administrative Infrastructure (PDF)
CTSS Clinical Infrastructure (PDF)
2018 Revision of MH Practitioner (PDF)
Cultural Influences Documentation (PDF)
DA Required Components (PDF)
Fraud Consequences (PDF)
Golden Thread Illustration (PDF)
Individual Behavior Plan (IBP) Example (PDF)
Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Template (DOC)
Mental Health Service Plan Development Bulletin (PDF)