Bradley REACH Education and Training
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented surge in pediatric mental health problems, leading to an epidemic of children who are receiving care in settings like hospitals and health clinics that aren’t equipped to handle the needs of children in crisis.
Bradley Hospital is now offering behavioral health education and training services on a consulting basis to healthcare providers looking to better serve their pediatric patients.
Learn From the Experts
When it comes to our children and teens, the right mental health care is crucial. Bradley REACH offers a wide variety of staff training programs for providers and clinicians across the healthcare spectrum. Our teams provide program consultation and/or professional case consultation to hospitals, agencies, and systems across the U.S. that are interested in learning more about the latest best practices in pediatric behavioral health.
Bradley REACH Education Services
We offer consulting around topics like:
- Trauma-informed care: A method of care administration that considers the complete picture of a patient’s situation to achieve a healing orientation
- Suicide prevention and response: Suicide is the second leading cause of death of those ages 10-24. An effective suicide prevention curriculum is critical to any continuum of care
- Crisis management: A mental health crisis can be devastating for both children and families. Our clinical training can help you implement the right de-escalation and resolution techniques
- Self-care for the professional: Measures to prevent overwork and burnout are especially critical during the era of COVID-19
If you’re looking for the broad strokes, we’ll provide a comprehensive overview of pediatric mental health services — including the different levels of care, how to access them, and how they apply to the specific needs of your organization or community.
Other frequently requested areas for program consultation include:
- Autism spectrum disorder and related developmental disorders
- Anxiety disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder
- Co-occurring disorders
- Early childhood populations
- Major psychiatric disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia
- Medical psychiatric programs including eating disorders
- Clinical research and training