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Trauma-Informed Approach webshop is now open

Wooden Blocks with the text: Trauma

You can now access our second webshop, Behavioral Health Interpreting: Trauma-Informed Approach! Webshops are mini-online classes that require about 90 minutes of time to complete. Lectures are presented in ASL.

Registration is free, and space is not limited. You may start and complete any time, but we highly recommend that you complete the entire webshop in one sitting.

Read more and register here

Watch our archived webinar to learn more about our programs

Cost: FREE!

This webinar identifies training and support offered through the CATIE Center to increase the number of qualified American Sign Language-English interpreters available to work with deaf consumers in behavioral health settings.

Join LaTanya Jones and Bridget Sabatke live as they present our plans for a series of short, on-demand webshops as well as four online courses focused on interpreting for mental health, addiction and recovery, individuals affected by domestic and sexual violence, and basics of psychopharmaceuticals.

All materials, including this info session, are in ASL and English.

Access the archived webinar through NCRTM here:

Behavioral Health Interpreting: Specialty Training for Building New Competences for Sign Language Interpreters

Complete the evaluation and CEU request to earn CEUs through July 31, 2018.

New grant, new focus: CATIE Center Mental and Behavioral Health Interpreting project

Join the CATIE Center at St. Catherine University on a first-class journey launching a 5-year project to increase the number and diversity of trained, credentialed behavioral health interpreters.

Our first year, 2017, focused on program development:

  • Developing introductory webinars and online courses on topics in mental health interpreting, interpreting in settings impacted by chemical dependency, addiction and recovery, and domestic and sexual violence. The webinars and online courses will serve as a gateway to further training in these specialized areas.
  • Supporting interpreters working towards the Qualified Mental Health Interpreter (QMHI) credential.
  • Building a partnership with the Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Deaf Services’ Mental Health Interpreter Training Institute, and exploring ways to promote their stellar program.

More Information

Visit our Mental and Behavioral Health Interpreting pages for more information!

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16th Annual Mental Health Interpreter Training Interpreter Institute

July 30-August 3, 2018

Troy University Montgomery, Alabama

Learn more about support to attend this program