Tools for Mental Health Care Providers

Attention Mental Health Care Providers

To update your profile in our database of mental health care providers, please log in here.

If you would like to join our network of providers, please email us, including your name, license type and email address, and we'll reply with further instructions.

William James INTERFACE Information

  • One-page flyer about the William James INTERFACE Referral Service
    English | Spanish
  • Printable postcard with essential information about William James INTERFACE
  • One-page flyer explaining What to Expect When You Call the Helpline
    English | Español

William James Continuing Ed Programs

William James College offers a wide range of continuing education programs and special events throughout the year. Courses, seminars, and workshops are designed to provide psychologists, social workers, nurses, educators, and other mental health and business professionals with the knowledge they need to take their careers to the next level. Click here for the William James CE Catalog and Online Registration System.

The Massachusetts Mental Health System

Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative

Visit the Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative and the “Rosie D.” web site for information about the “transformation of the children’s mental health system in Massachusetts.”

CANS Certification

Massachusetts Child & Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) Training and Certification Login

Guide from CBHI to Using Services

Helping Families Access MassHealth Home- and Community-Based Behavioral Health Services for Children and Youths under Age 21: A Guide for Staff Who Work with Children and Families

Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Project (MCPAP)

MCPAP lists a number of tools for primary care providers:

MCPAP also includes tools that may be useful for parents or other professionals:

Regional School Health Coalition Crisis Intervention & Response Guide and Training Tool

Initiated in 2010, the RSHC embarked on the development of a comprehensive guide and training tool aimed at highlighting the procedural and emotional aspects of emergency response/trauma response for youth. The work is being done in collaboration within the Suicide Prevention Coalition & the Central MA Child Trauma Center Project. The Crisis Intervention and Response Resource Guide & Training Tool inventories and identifies programs, resources and protocols available to all within the region (though underutilized or unknown to some districts/agencies) as well as local/state/national resources.

Child Trends

Child Trends, an independent research center, has published Assessing the Mental Health of Adolescents: A Guide for Out-of-School Time Program Practitioners

Massachusetts Comprehensive School Health Manual

Summary | Download