Updated March 23, 2018

NOTE: The Behavioral Interveniton Training must be completed face-to-face. Online versions are not accepted for MHRT I certification.

Training

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MANDT
Developed by David Mandt, most MANDT trainings are conducted 'in-house' by those agencies that use it to meet this requirement for MHRT I. 

If your agency would like to have someone trained as a trainer in their program, go to the MANDT website, click on "Training" and then "Training Locations" for dates, locations and costs.  The Intermediate Level of MANDT requires completion of the Relational and Technical Workshops.

The following MANDT trainers in Maine are authorized to provide the training to outside individuals:

Support Solutions
124 Canal St.
Lewiston, ME 04240
(207) 795-0672 ext. 2108
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Motivational Services, Inc
P.O. Box 229
Augusta, ME  04332
(207) 623-7721
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Port Resources, Inc.
280B Gannett Dr.
South Portland, ME  04106
(207) 828-0048
ext. 119
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NAPPI
Non-Abusive Psychological Physical Intervention. NAPPI trainings are both conducted on-site and in public seminars. They also provide a train-the-trainer course in NAPPI.
For more information, please go to the Nappi website 
or call 1-800-358-6277.
CPI
Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. is based in Wisconsin, but offers trainings world-wide
See the CPI website for a listing of training locations/dates.
Psychosocial Response to Aggressive Behavior
Offered by Amethyst Training & Consulting of South Gardiner, Maine 
Call (207) 582-4866 for details and training schedule.
Amethyst Training & Consulting website
Personal Safety Training for Social Workers
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., LCPC, of Brunswick developed this training.
Call (207) 373-1480 or (207) 751-2543 for details and training schedule.
Personal Safety Training for Social Workers website
Creating Safe Space
Project for Supported Living (Peregring Corporation) in Portland provides this training which meets DHHS requirements as of 2004 
Contact Stephen Habeeb at (207) 879-0847 ext. 223 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Strategies of Limited Violent Episodes (SOLVE)
Developed by Independent Services Network, Manchester, NH
See the SOLVE website for details.
MVP (Most Valuable People/Managing Violent Persons) Not currently offered by any agency.

Professional Crisis Management Association

PCMA website
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI)
Offered by Cornell University and Spurwink Professional Development

TCI website

Spurwink website--Their training schedule is under the "Professionals" drop-down menu.

Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB)
 
MOAB Website

Positive Behavioral Supports for Public School Personnel
Offered by Spurwink Professional Development. Their training schedule is under the "Professionals" drop-down menu

Spurwink website

Positive Approaches to Crisis Training (PACT)
Offered by OHI Professional Development

OHI Professional Development website

Click on Our Services and choose Training Classes.

QBS, Inc.'s Safety-Care™ Behavioral Safety Training
Behavioral Safety Training by QBS Inc. is a behaviorally-based, competency-based safety training program designed to facilitate safe and therapeutic interactions between staff and individuals with behavioral impairments. Safety-Care™ is entirely based upon a positive reinforcement paradigm - in every component, with every technique. Guided by the Principle of Incompatibility, Safety-Care™ first focuses on training reinforcement-based behavioral protocols, teaching participants to proactively and positively engage individuals in behaviors that are incompatible with anger and aggression. 
For more information, please call them at 866-429-9211
or visit the QBS website.
Safe Crisis Management (SCM) For more informatin, visit the Safe Crisis Management website

Trauma Informed Behavior Management
A curriculum developed by Community Health & Counseling Services that is grounded in the principles of trauma-informed practice. The curriculum's perspective shifts the focus from behavior "containment" to understanding how a trauma history can impact behavior, for both the client and the caregiver or provider who is responding to the behavior. The central theme is how a respectful, therapeutic relationship can promote change and recovery.

For more information, please contact Catherine Charette, JD, LCPC at Community Health & Counseling Services at (207) 922-4419.
Safe Alternative for Everyone (S.A.F.E.)
Offered by NAFI, parent company of NFI North, Inc.
For more information about this curriculum, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 1-603-746-7550.