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Psychosocial Rehabilitation Training

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation Training and Learning Collaborative

Join us this summer to engage in dynamic instruction in psychosocial rehabilitation with experts from Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  This learning opportunity is for Wisconsin professionals working in Community Support Programs, Comprehensive Community Services, and Community Recovery Services. Participants can engage in both introductory and advanced training in psychosocial rehabilitation, participate in 3 monthly learning calls to further apply learning to practice, and learn how to evaluate a full range of client life domains using the Profile of Participation (PoP) tool.  This opportunity has been made available through grant funding from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.


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Participate in Introductory and Advanced training in psychosocial rehabilitation to understand and apply the person-environment-occupation framework to support individuals in CSP, CCS, and CRS.


Individuals who participate in  psychosocial rehabilitation training are invited to participate in 3 monthly learning collaborative meetings, where they can ask questions and receive consultation from expert trainers.

Evaluation Tool

Register for the Introduction to the Profile of Participation (PoP) training to learn how to use a tool to help identify meaningful intervention targets.


Building Participation: Introduction to Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Choose from two virtual sessions:

June 4 & 6, 2024 (Virtual)

9:30am - 3:30pm CST each day

June 26-27, 2024 (Virtual)
9:30am - 3:30pm CST each day

Fee: $25.00

Registration includes access to 3 monthly learning collaborative meetings, from 1:00-2:00pm CST on the following dates: July 10, August 8, and September 10, 2024.

People receiving community-based services want what we all want: have a home, have friends and family, and have something to do, including a job! Beyond addressing symptoms, enhancing community participation and life skills is often what is helpful for people as they seek to meet their personal goals. Improved participation and independence are also about modifying the environment to remove obstacles and shaping the task to be the best fit with the person. In this workshop, we will introduce attendees to how to apply the person-environment-occupation framework in both the assessment and delivery of interventions and supports to people as part of psychiatric rehabilitation. Throughout, we will speak to the role of strengths-based, person-centered work that also attends to stages of change readiness. Continuing education: 10 CEHs


Talk therapy

Building Participation: Advanced Psychiatric Rehabilitation

July 25-26, 2024 (Virtual)

9:30am - 3:30pm CST each day
Fee: $25.00

Must also be registered for and complete the Introduction to Psychiatric Rehabilitation training.

Using more case-based consultation, role-playing, and demonstrations, we will lead attendees through exercise so they may apply knowledge gained during the Introduction to Psychiatric Rehabilitation workshop. We will concentrate more specifically on assessing and addressing individuals’ tendency towards boredom and social isolation, both of which are risk factors for housing placement failures. Continuing education: 10 CEHs



Introduction to the Profile of Participation (PoP)

September 25, 2024 (Virtual)

9:00am - 12:00pm CST 
Fee: $10.00

The Profile of Participation (PoP) is a tool community mental health providers can use to evaluate a full range of client life domains that reflect daily life participation and functioning. Data gathered with the PoP can be used to identify areas in which people are not satisfied with their current level of participation, which includes social connections, community integration, and employment. It also directs providers to attend to safety concerns that may impede success with independent housing. Successful use of the PoP will help service providers understand what is most meaningful to their clients including what intervention targets will lead to the most gains for their clients. This thee-hour workshop will describe the purpose of the tool, how to use it in practice, and how to use the information to identify meaningful intervention targets. Continuing education: 3 CEHs


Antoine Bailliard

Dr. Antoine Bailliard

Dr. Antoine Bailliard is an Associate Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine. He earned an M.S. in Occupational Therapy and a PhD in Occupational Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Bailliard uses participatory methods to partner with people with lived experience with mental illness to design and implement research activities and in the development of tools and programs that improve the health, wellbeing, meaningful participation, and community integration of persons with serious mental illness. 

Dr. Bailliard’s clinical experience spans from working in acute inpatient mental health, chronic inpatient mental health, and community-based mental health settings. Currently, Dr. Bailliard is Co-Principal Investigator of a 5-year $2.4 million federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to design an innovative assertive outreach team to meet the needs of adults with serious mental illness who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  He is a consultant and trainer for the Institute for Best Practices at the Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health at UNC-Chapel Hill. 

Theresa Mullen


We are here to help!  Please contact BHTP by email at or via phone at (920) 465-2101 and Theresa Mullen or one of our other team members will be there to answer your questions.