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We strive to deliver information and resources that will help you to provide high-quality, cutting edge treatment services, prevention programming, recovery support, maintenance, and other behavioral health-related services.

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CASAT Conversations Podcast

The CASAT Conversations podcast is a resource for exploring behavioral health topics. These topics explore the complex connection between how our environment, behaviors and actions impact our health and wellbeing. With a wide-range of timely topics, CASAT Conversations is geared towards having meaningful conversations with people sharing their capacity for personal growth and change, along with expert educational insights.

Learning Labs

Our Learning Labs are collections of curated references for each behavioral health topic to help increase subject literacy, knowledge, skills, and overall competence in providing high-quality, cutting-edge services.

The Catalyst Blog

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Recent Posts

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Insights from the Latest “Stress in America” Report

Insights from the Latest "Stress in America" Report In the ever-evolving mental health landscape, staying current on the latest research and trends is essential for providing adequate care to your clients. One such invaluable resource is the American Psychological Association's annual "Stress in America" report, which offers profound insights into stress and its impact on individuals nationwide. Launched in 2007,
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Unveiling the Veil: Implicit Bias in Therapy and Mental Health Care

Unveiling the Veil: Implicit Bias in Therapy and Mental Health Care Nearly 20 years ago, Dr. Lonnie Snowden shed light on how racial and ethnic bias could adversely affect mental health assessment and intervention. Since then, research has underscored the pervasive influence of implicit bias on health outcomes, particularly for marginalized populations. Despite our best intentions, these biases can seep
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988: Continuing to Work Towards Transforming Crisis Care

988: Continuing to Work Towards Transforming Crisis Care The introduction of the 988 Lifeline has marked a significant milestone in providing crisis support for individuals across the United States. This three-digit dialing code serves as a universal entry point, ensuring that anyone, regardless of their location, can reach a caring and trained counselor 24/7 through calls, texts, or online chat.
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