Medicaid Specific Training



Increasing the accessibility of treatment services means not only allowing agencies to bill Medicaid for residential treatment services, but also ensuring there is enough staff to meet the demand.

In many states, Medicaid allows a bachelors level practitioner with specialized training to provide (and bill for)

  • Biopsychosocial evaluations
  • Group therapy services
  • Group counseling in Day Treatment Programs
  • Community support and Rehabilitative services
  • Clubhouse services
  • Therapeutic behavioral on-site support services with persons under 21


This specialized training includes:

  • Treatment of behavioral health disorders
  • Human growth and development
  • Evaluations and assessments
  • Treatment planning
  • Basic counseling and behavior management interventions
  • Case management
  • Clinical record documentation
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Abuse regulations
  • Recipient rights


AllCEUs has created a special Medicaid Specific Counselor Training track that includes just these courses to make it easier for students to identify which courses they need.  GROUP DISCOUNTS are available for agencies.