Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center values collaborating with other agencies to increase the health of our communities.  We recently constructed a training room to be able to offer mental health related trainings to hundreds of individuals throughout our community.

Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center
Community Training Schedule

All trainings are held at 420 East Sarnia Street, Suite 2100, Winona in the Training Center

Recognizing Drug-Induced Movement Disorders
PRESENTATION: Wednesday, March 18, 2020 10am — 11:30 am

Dr. Sean Hinton will be presenting an overview of tardive dyskinesia (TD) and other drug-induced movement disorders (DIMD). This will include understanding the difference between hyperkinetic and hypokinetic abnormal movements; Learning about medications and medical conditions associated with movement disorders; and to recognize tardive dyskinesia and be able to distinguish it from other drug-induced movement disorders.

The presentation will also review how treating drug-induced movement disorders is acknowledged in clinical practice guidelines as an important issue to improve the quality of life of people living with mental health challenges.

Training is FREE One CEU will be offered

Training Schedule Registration

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FAQ

The trainings offer professionals the opportunity to:

  • Improve policy and enhance practices for youth and adults who have or are at risk for mental health disorders.
  • Acquire skills and strategies that will improve outcomes for youth and adults with mental health needs.
  • Gain knowledge of best practices and latest research in youth and adult mental health and related fields.

Yes! The training series is designed to meet CEU (Continuing Education Units) for the Board of Social Work and the Board of Psychology. CEU’s are free and certificates will be available to document participation.

If you are unable to attend the training, please contact Sally Poepping at sallyp@hvmhc.org or (507) 474-9320.

Yes, we offer Infant Mental Health Community of Practice for providers from Winona, Wabasha, Houston, Goodhue, Olmsted and Fillmore counties.

All sessions are held in the Training Room at Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center at 420 East Sarnia Street, Winona from 8am until 9am.  Group case consultation will be available from 9am until 9:30am, immediately following each session.  Contact Judy Woods to register JudyW@hvmhc.org