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The County of Fresno Presents: Behavioral Health Interpreter Training

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June 5, 2019
June 6, 2019
In-person location:  Fresno, CA
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health is hosting Behavioral Health Interpreter Training (BHIT) for county-staff and contracted direct service providers.  BHIT is a one-day (seven-hour) workshop designed to provide instruction on the fundamental principles of using interpreters. The goal is to greatly improve the use of interpreters, close any communication gaps, and enhance quality of care.

Presenter Bio:
Dr Jana Spalding, MD, CPSS
Born and raised in Panama, DR. Spalding is bilingual in English and Spanish, and is conversant with cultural practices as they impact health in the Hispanic communities. A graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, she pursued her Pediatric residency at UCLA and the Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Following her own bout with deliberating major mental illness, she turned to peer support, administration and education in behavioral health. With 23 years’ experince in the field, she has also taught and developed curricula on recovery from mental illness and lifestyle change in cultural contexts at Arizona State University and the Unversity of Arizona. She has enjoyed collaborating with the National Latino Behavioral Health Association to promote cultural humility among health services recipients and providers. With the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance she works as peer support instructor, and as a translator of their curriculum into Spanish and delivering peer support across the entire spectrum of health and wellness, and the promise the application of the principles of recovery holds for all. She currentyl resides in Phoenix, Arizona. 

Learning Objectives: 

  •  Practice and gain proper interpreting skills and knowledge regarding the roles and responsibilities of an interpreter
  •  Increase knowledge about federal and state regulations for Limited English Proficient (LEP) persons and patients rights including ethical considerations
  •  Learn behavioral health terminology used in behavioral health settings
  •  Identify models of interpreting and challenges facing interpreters 
  •  Understand how culture influences health beliefs along with culturally and linguistically appropriate encounters with LEP  clients
  •  Practice techniques used in pre-session, during the session and post-session

To register for this live workshop please contact:  kammonds@fresnocountyca.gov

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