Additional Training Opportunties
These events are not presented by OK-AIMH. Please contact the presenting organization with any questions.


Friday, March 5th

Wednesday, March 10th


Autplay® Certificate Training • April 9-10, 2021

This is a two-day intensive certification training taught by Dr. Robert Jason Grant. This training focuses on teaching the AutPlay Therapy treatment approach, a play therapy and behavioral therapy approach to working with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder, neuro-developmental disorders, and other developmental disabilities.

An overview of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders will be presented. The tenets of AutPlay Therapy will be presented including the four component areas of AutPlay and the phases of treatment. Parent/family training and research will be highlighted. Intake and assessment protocols will be presented with case examples. AutPlay foundations of play therapy and behavioral therapy will be covered and several directive play therapy techniques will be demonstrated. Experiential case conceptualization and treatment planning will be presented.

To register, please go to www.dawsonplaytherapy.com.


CEU Training offered by First3Years

For a limited time, First3Years is excited to offer FREE instant access to our Online Educational Courses. Earn 1 Hour of Continuing Education (SW, LPC, ECI, CPE) per webinar. Individuals can access their CEU by completing the survey provided at the end of each webinar. Click here for full details.


Approved Online Training Opportunities for Endorsement®

Visit https://www.allianceaimh.org/online-trainings for a list of competency-aligned online training offered across the Alliance member AIMHs.


Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program

Erikson Institute is currently accepting applications for our Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program. This program is designed for experienced practitioners who want to enhance their practice with an infant mental health lens. This online program is designed for clinicians and child development professionals from a variety of different disciplines. Coursework focuses on supporting the healthy social and emotional development of infants and young children through supporting the parent child relationship. If you want to enhance your skills in working with parents and young children this program is for you. We offer generous scholarships and the program qualifies for additional financial support through federal financial aid.

For more information and to complete an online application please visit our website.