• Educating Students

    Educating Students

    BHECN provides support to students and trainees in behavioral health fields.

  • Recruiting Students

    Recruiting Students

    Ambassador Program helps students explore careers in Behavioral Health.

  • Training Professionals

    Training Professionals

    BHECN offers a variety of trainings to professionals statewide.

  • Workforce Reports

    Workforce Reports

    BHECN studies the behavioral health workforce in Nebraska.

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The Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska (BHECN) recruits & educates students in behavioral health fields and trains & retains professionals already in the workforce. Learn more

Challenging Behavior Webinar

Challenging BehaviorThe Munroe-Meyer Institute and Munroe-Meyer Guild are hosting two free webinars on children's "Challenging Behavior" on Tuesday, September 23.  Details


UNK Professional Development Series

UNK Professional DevelopmentThe UNK Department of Counseling and School Psychology is hosting its 10th annual Professional Development Series beginning September 26.

“It is designed to meet the continuing education needs of our alumni, current students, and people out in the field,” says Dr. Grace Mims, chair of the Department of Counseling and School Psychology. 

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Partner Profile - REAL Program

Chad MagdanzIn a new series on our website, we’re featuring interesting groups, organizations and people making a difference in behavioral health in Nebraska.  First up, Chad Magdanz and the REAL program at the Mental Health Association of Nebraska.

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2014 BHECN Annual Conference

Over 150 behavioral health professionals and administrators joined BHECN for the 2014 Annual Conference on Friday, June 20 at the Embassy Suites-La Vista. This year’s theme – Innovative Models of Primary Care Integration and Behavioral Health – featured insights, lessons learned, and outcomes from three models of integrated behavioral health both nationally as well as in Nebraska. 

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