Alaska Behavioral Health is pleased to offer Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training for Clinicians May 8 – 10, 2023 9:00am-4:00pm (lunch provided) in-person only Anchorage, Alaska Contact: Rozel Buzby, Program Manager at email@example.com for more information.
Alaska Behavioral Health and Cohen Clinic win award from Duke University for providing excellent educational opportunities for students.
In our February 2023 community update: Our Anchorage Medical Team is getting ready to move: psychiatry and primary care services will be at the new location March 1! One week until the Alaska Seeds of Change Annual Birthday Celebration! Save the date for upcoming spring trainings in Mental Health First Aid and peer support! Don’t […]
In our January 2023 community update: Save the date for the Alaska Seeds of Change Annual Birthday Celebration! Save the date for the 10th Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute, June 1-2 Don’t forget to Pick.Click.Give. when you file for your Alaska PFD Read the newsletter here.
Alaska Seeds of Change is celebrating its birthday! Come join the crew at Alaska Seeds of Change to celebrate another successful year of serving Anchorage area youth! Alaska Seeds of Change provides vocational training for transition age youth, with a focus on personal growth and development and access to on-site mental health care as needed. Youth […]
In our December 2022 community update: Thank you for voting us Best of Alaska 2022 for mental/behavioral health! Funding renewed for our Fairbanks Mobile Crisis Team Expanding Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Managing holiday expectations Holiday clinic hours Read the newsletter here.
In our November 2022 community update, meet a client who found support through our Fairbanks clinic, just when she needed it most. Kendra’s Story: from deep depression to feeling supported Our peer support team continues to grow: meet April! Training staff to meet the needs of those experiencing a first episode of psychosis Read the […]
Kendra’s Story Fairbanks client Kendra knew moving to Alaska from Missouri was going to be tough, but she didn’t know exactly how tough. She has struggled with severe depression for many years, layered with trauma she experienced in her teens and early twenties. So she’s always had to work hard to maintain her mental health. […]
When parent- child relationships are strained by challenging behaviors such as defiance, aggression and tantrums, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy can help. PCIT is an evidence-based practice for treating anxiety and trauma in children ages 2 to 7.
In our October 2022 community update, learn how we are expanding services and practices to better serve more Alaskans with mental health needs! Sierra’s Designs: A Pop-up Art Show fundraiser to support Alaska Seeds of Change Expanding mental health services in Mat-Su Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: a new evidence-based practice to better serve children & families […]