Everyone has problems, not everyone needs therapy

Welcome to the next generation of treatment and intervention


Tri-D Center Introduces

Strategic Problem Solving™

Everyone has problems but not everyone needs therapy. 

Strategic Problem Solving™

is an effective alternative!

Strategic Problem Solving™ is an effective problem-solving model and essential tool to complement and enhance existing talent and abilities for anybody that helps people with problems…

Strategic Problem Solving™ is a multi-purpose therapeutic tool that incorporates mental health and substance abuse language and concepts, with evidence-based classroom management practices, combined with psychological and cognitive behavioral principals and techniques.

Strategic Problem Solving™ is useful for anybody that has a problem and doesn’t know what to do. Clients, patients, students, coworkers, colleagues, family, neighbors, and friends!Effective with resistant populations; addictions, court-ordered, at-risk youth, co-parenting

Strategic Problem Solving Training™

3 Hour Introduction = 3 CEU’s
20 Hour Advanced = 20 CEU’s

CEU’s
• KBSW
• CADC
• LPC
• EILA

Past Trainings

Department of Juvenile Justice/Diversion, Children & Family Service workers, Social Service , School Staff & Teachers, Drug and Alcohol Counselors, & Paraprofessionals

100% thought the training was informative, easy to understand, relevant to their work, and would help their performance.

Training Takeaways

  • Initiation and Engagement Skills
  • Interview Process & Style
  • Interaction Style; Individual, Family, Classroom, or Group
  • Creative interventions for attitude and behavior change
  • Contracting strategies that encourage cooperation and compliance

    Strategic Problem Solving Training™

Bridging the gap between research, & applications

Theoretical Foundation

Theoretical Foundation to guide assessment and engagement strategies to resolve problem/s. Learning and development theory, History that includes Trauma history, Education, substance use, mental health, and basic human and social psychology principals. 

Techniques and Tools

A range of cognitive behavioral, treatment, attitude and behavioral modification tools that puts theory into practice. 

Applications

Programming to give opportunities to use techniques and tools to apply learning. Greatest endorsement, 100% everybody who has taken SPS training has claimed it was relevant to their work and would help work performance. 

Events

You’re Invited to the Tri-D Center Launch!

Youth Mental Health Summit
Overcoming Stigma and Encouraging Wellness

March 29, 2019 6 PM – 9 PM
March 30, 2019 8 AM – 1 PM

Florence Baptist Church
642 Mt. Zion Road, Florence, KY 41042

Everybody has problems, not everybody wants therapy, often because the stigma mental health care is actively avoided. Problem Solving offers a less threatening alternative to counseling and can be more efficient, effective, and affordable. Problem Solving can fundamentally reshape the mental healthcare sytem, ovrecoming stigma, and improving access to mental healthcare services. Attend the Summit to learn why Problem Solving can be the greatest advance in mental healthcare since Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, and Psychotropics. Learn how it can benefit you, your client care, and your work performance.

Breakout Sessions with Thomas Cox M.S., T.M.

Friday, March 29th

Overcoming Stigma: A Problem-Solving Solution  Stigma is a significate barrier to people seeking or accessing mental health care services. This presentation explores why the stigma exists and the role problem solving can play to overcome stigmaand improve access to care. Finally, this training will present problem-solving services as an ancillary or alternative to traditional treatment services to increase public access to mental health care services.

Saturday, March 30th

Overcoming Stigma: Implementing a Problem-Solving Solution – This training will present a plan to implement a community-based problem-solving strategy by developing collaborative links between the different sectors of the mental healthcare system to act as a conduit to spread a problem-solving model. We will examine how problem solving can reduce stigma and improve access to mental helathcare services. We will include a dempnstration of effective problem-solving tools and applications that can be altered and readily incorporated into your agency or practice needs.

Brought to you by Boone County Schools and its collaborative partners

Vendor Booths are available at the Summit. Come display your services, agency,
or practice to the community.

Contact Abby Beusir (abigail.beausir@nkyhealth.org)