RTP Virtual Learning Courses

Virtual learning courses on recovery-oriented practices offer continuing education to behavioral health professionals.

The Recovery to Practice (RTP) online, on-demand virtual learning courses are designed for busy behavioral health practitioners and prescribers, offering professional development from the comfort, privacy, and convenience of home or office.

Some courses carry free continuing medical education (CME) credits through the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).

Clinical Decision Support for Prescribers Treating Individuals with Co-Occurring Disorders

Learn more about serving people with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. This two-course series centers on a single case-based scenario and offers perspectives and decision support for recovery-oriented practice during multiple phases of treatment. Available for physician CME and NAADAC CEH.

Each course is 90 minutes.

Course 1: Principles, Assessment, and Psychopharmacology in Recovery-Oriented Care

  • Faculty: Ken Minkoff, M.D.; Wayne Centrone, M.D.; Chris Gordon, M.D.; Curley Bonds, M.D.; Melody Riefer, MSW; Jackie Pettis, MSN, RN
  • Released: 2017
  • Learn more and take the course

Course 2: Engagement, Staged Interventions, and Recovery Supports for Co-Occurring Disorders

  • Faculty: Ken Minkoff, M.D.; Kim Mueser, Ph.D.; Wayne Centrone, M.D.; Curley Bonds, M.D.; Melody Riefer, MSW
  • Released: 2017
  • Learn more and take the course

Clozapine as a Tool in Mental Health Recovery

Learn more about serving individuals experiencing psychotic symptoms who may be interested in taking clozapine. This course features a case-based scenario and offers the latest research and expert advice on recovery-oriented prescribing for people with serious mental illness. Available for physician CME.

This course is 60 minutes.

Information for Peer Specialists Serving People with Mental Health Conditions Experiencing Homelessness

This six-module online course explores the intersection of homelessness and mental illness. Learners will get practical, real-life tools and tips for helping access services and housing for people diagnosed with serious mental illness who are also experiencing homelessness.

Integrated Practice

The six-module course provides an overview of what it means to be an integrated behavioral health - healthcare team, explores what each member contributes, offers tips for working together effectively, and how to work with people receiving services through an integrated practice team. Available for NAADAC CEH.

Last Updated: 09/12/2018