CPI News Brief Volume 12 Issue 7 * February 2023

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Registration is Now Open for CPI Webinar Entitled “Critical Time Intervention: Supporting Vulnerable People During Challenging Transitions” Scheduled for February 22 at 3PM

Please join us for this important webinar, “Critical Time Intervention: Supporting Vulnerable People During Challenging Transitions”, led by Daniel Herman, MSW, Ph.D. which is scheduled for Wednesday, February 22 from 3pm - 4pm.

Please note that this event requires preregistration in the CPI Learning Management System. Please click here to register. Capacity is limited, so please register soon.

Critical Time Intervention (CTI) is time-limited, empirically supported care coordination model that has been widely deployed in a variety of behavioral health, homeless services and other service delivery systems in the US and around the world. The webinar will describe the rationale, background and essential components of the model, emphasizing how it differs from typical case management approaches.

You will earn a certificate for participating in this webinar. CEUs will not be provided.

Daniel Herman, MSW, Ph.D. is the founding director of the Center for the Advancement of Critical Time Intervention (CTI), which promotes dissemination of this time-limited approach that aims to prevent homelessness and other adverse outcomes among vulnerable persons experiencing challenging transitions. Widely recognized as an evidence-based practice, CTI is currently being implemented throughout the US, Europe, Latin America and Australia. Dr. Herman retired in January 2023 as a Professor at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He previously served on the Mental Health Services Research Committee of the National Institute of Mental Health and is past Vice-President of the Society for Social Work and Research, which has honored him with its Outstanding Research Award. Dr. Herman began his academic career after a dozen years working as a social worker in New York City’s public mental health and homeless services systems.

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