MHASF’s Training Institute offers accessible, person-centered training designed to educate, motivate and inspire on a variety of mental health-related topics.
Our training reflects MHASF’s belief in the value of personal experience and each individual’s ability to create change in our lives and our communities.
At every training, we cultivate an environment in which participants not only learn but help teach one another through sharing their own wisdom and expertise.
We strive to give each training participant an experience that shifts their perspective on mental health and empowers them to take action.
The theme for the 18th Annual International Conference on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering was “Thinking Outside the Boxes: Innovation in Action”. We brought together peers, mental health experts, policy leaders, providers, researchers and community advocates to advance innovation and highlight the work and values of these diverse leaders. The conference was held on the Berkeley campus of the University of California March 22-23, 2018.
We focused on quality of life, systems of care, innovations in research and recovery-oriented practices. The conference was a combination of keynotes and breakout sessions. The theme, “Thinking Outside the Boxes”, was addressed in two facilitated forums focused on: identifying problems, opportunities, ideal scenarios and identifying action steps to move the work forward. In day two, we brought together attendees and presenters to chart a road map with the goal of identifying new directions to expand our understanding of hoarding disorder.
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