Trainer and Coaches:
- Mara Husband, MA, LLP, ACT Team Leader/Program Manager at Lincoln Behavioral Services
- Elaine Levenson, LMSW, ACT Team Leader, Lincoln Behavioral Services
Who Should Attend: This seminar contains content appropriate for ACT Team Leaders clinical staff (social work macro) at intermediate and advanced levels for ACT team leaders and for participants (ACT Team Staff) all levels or practice in Michigan.
Participants will learn and be able to:
Use the Michigan Medicaid Provider Manual to identify and describe ACT team guidelines and requirements.
List ACT outcomes when implementation is faithful to the model.
Demonstrate familiarity and understanding of how to use the Field Guide to support and improve team fidelity and functioning.
Demonstrate familiarity and understanding of the ACT and ACT IDDT MiFast fidelity tools.
Demonstrate the ability to identify and calculate multiple fidelity measurements.
Complete Action Plans on specific ways teams will provide on-going training in Motivational Interviewing and Stage-Matched Interventions.
Facilitate the development of an Individual Plan of Service with goals and objectives that are Recovery-Oriented, Strength-based and Stage-matched.
Demonstrate understanding of appropriate and adequate transition-ability to lower levels of care.
Day 1 of ACT 201C is designed to meet the needs of experienced ACT team leaders whose skill levels are advanced well beyond the beginner stages of service provisions.
Day 1 is developed specifically for ACT Team Leaders. Through discussion, video and handouts, team leaders cover fundamental aspects of ACT including Medicaid, fidelity, and the MiFAST review process key qualities needed in leadership.
ACT team leaders participating in this day are required to attend and participate in Day 2-for ACT Team Leaders and ACT Staff on either August 27 in Gaylord OR September 24 in Mt. Pleasant.