Online Training Modules
The Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics presents the Behavioral Health in Pediatrics (BeHiP) online training modules which provide pediatric healthcare providers with tools and strategies to screen for, assess, and manage patients with emotional, behavioral and or substance abuse concerns. All of the online training modules, including CME credit, are available for FREE.
Part I Course Contents
Each module involves a child with behavioral health or substance abuse concerns and each case has a corresponding screening tool for participants to review. The participants work through the screening tool to become familiar with the tool and calculate a score.
- Module 1: Introduction to Behavioral Health in Pediatrics
- Module 2: Postpartum Depression & Social Emotional Guidance for Birth to Five
- Module 3: Disruptive Behavior – Guidance for Primary Care
- Module 4: Inattention and Impulsivity – Guidance for Primary Care
- Module 5: Anxiety – Guidance for Primary Care
- Module 6: Depression – Guidance for Primary Care
- Module 7: Substance Use Disorder – Guidance for Primary Care
- Module 8: Workflow & Coding
Part II Course Contents-Psychopharmacology and Trauma Informed Care
In this second installment of BeHiP Online Modules, participants will focus on understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their impact upon chronic disease and mental health conditions; learn about the Department of Children’s Services, using the Tennessee system as an example; focus on appropriate psychopharmacology for pediatric behavioral health conditions; and learn about motivational interviewing techniques.
- Module 1: Trauma and Early Brain Development
- Module 2: Trauma Competent Care Principles in the Primary Care Setting
- Module 3: Psychopharmacology
- Module 4: Motivational Interviewing
- Module 5: Working with Children and Families in the Child Welfare System
BeHiP Contact Information
Elaine Riley, MA
BeHiP Program Manager
Tim Fuller, D.O., FAAP
Medical Director, BeHiP Program