WI CPCP Enrolled Providers

The WI CPCP exists to increase primary care clinicians’ capacity to support behavioral health needs of children, adolescents, and families.

Services for Enrolled Providers

If you're interested in becoming an enrolled provider, please fill out the interest inquiry.


To help plan your consultation query, please feel free to use this consultation guide. How to make consulting easy: A WI CPCP consultation guide (PDF)

Education / CME

The WI CPCP offers CME/CE online education, case discussion and didactic opportunities, and annual mental health conferences.

Following the completion of the on-line education modules, you have the opportunity to schedule in-person or virtual Q&A sessions with a WI CPCP child psychiatrist and/or pediatric psychologist.

In-person or virtual educational sessions on assessments, treatment options, and psychopharmacology are available upon request from your WI CPCP regional clinical program coordinator.

Peer-to-Peer Consultation

As an enrolled pediatric primary care provider, you will have access to consultative support from the entire WI CPCP team, which includes child psychiatrists, pediatric psychologists, and resource personnel.

Resource Coordination

The WI CPCP resource personnel provide referral support and information about community-based resources within your region.

Accredited Continuing Education

The WI CPCP education modules are an ever-growing curriculum developed by child psychiatrists and pediatric psychologists to help practitioners learn more about managing mental health issues in their pediatric patients.
Education Modules

Series 1
Psychopharmacology: Includes pharmacologic management of ADHD, pharmacologic management of depression and anxiety, and atypical antipsychotic agents.

Series 2
Rating Scales and Suicidality: Includes general screening tools, specific rating scales, and assessment and triaging of suicidal ideation.

Series 3
Trauma-Informed Care (TIC): Includes education on the impact of traumatic events and optimal practices in partnering with and treating patients who have endured trauma.

Series 4
Behavioral Interventions: Includes behavioral dysregulation and ways to approach treatment.

Series 5
Pediatric Eating Disorders

If you are an enrolled provider and wish to access the education modules, please contact the WI CPCP at

CE Module Enrollment Steps
  1. As an enrolled provider, you should have received an email upon enrollment that contained the ‘Educational Modules Landing Page,’ you can access the modules by the educational links provided on this page. Completing each of the quizzes will provide you with CME. If you are unable to locate that email, please email: for assistance.
  2. To manage your continuing education credits, please follow the link to create your Ethos profile or login. Once you have a profile within Ethos, you can search and enroll in MCW/Froedtert educational opportunities. You can also view and print CME certificates of completion.
  3. View educational module.
  4. For CME, complete the quiz after the module then return to the Education Module Landing page accessed in step one.

CME will be issued on a monthly basis. Need Ethos log-in support? Please contact the MCW Office of Continuing Education & Professional Education at (414) 955-4900 or at

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Accreditation Information

ACCME Accreditation Statement
The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA Credit Designation Statement
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ per module. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Hours of Participation for Allied Health Care Professionals
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 1.0 hours of participation per module for continuing education for allied health professionals.

Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc. is approved as a provider of nurse practitioner continuing education by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners: AANP Provider Number 150930. This program has been approved for 10.0 contact hours of continuing education (which includes 3.0 hours of pharmacology).

This activity has been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and is compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 10.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. Approval is valid for one year from 12/01/2022. PAs should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation.

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The WI CPCP publishes monthly e-newsletters, featuring medication facts, curated articles, and clinical pearls.

May 2023
Trauma & PTSD, NEW – Trauma & PTSD CME Online Module, Provider Resources, Save the Date 2023 Pediatric Mental Health in Primary Care Conference, 2023 Case Conference Series

April 2023
Atypical Antipsychotic, NEW – Atypical Antipsychotic CME Online Module, Save the Date 2023 Pediatric Mental Health in Primary Care Conference, 2023 Case Conference Series

March 2023
Depression and Anxiety, NEW – Depression and Anxiety CME Module, Save the Date 2023 Pediatric Mental Health in Primary Care Conference, 2023 Case Conference Series

February 2023
Eating Disorders, NEW – Eating Disorder CME Online Module, Save the Date 2023 Pediatric Mental Health in Primary Care Conference, 2023 Case Conference Series

January 2023
ADHD, Provider Resources for ADHD Medication, Screening Tools, NEW-Online CME Modules, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS)


December 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Sleep Hygiene, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), Holiday Mental Health Resources for Providers and Patients

November 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – AODA in Adolescents, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), UW Addiction Provider Hotline

October 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – IEP, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), OCD Wisconsin – Beyond Treatment Network, Unstuck and OCD Kids Movie, OCD resources

September 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Suicide Prevention, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), Strattera, 988 Suicide & Crisis Hotline, The “S” Word Podcast, Youth Support Resources, July 2022 Community Advisory Committee Updates

August 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Back to School Anxiety, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), WI Medical Home Incentive, Well Badger Resource Center.

July 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Minority Mental Health, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), UW ECHO sessions.

June 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – LGBTQ+, 2022-23 Case Conference Series (CCS), PRIDE Month, LGBTQ+ Resources.

May 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Bullying in Youth, Mental Health Awareness Month Videos from NAMI

April 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Stress Management for Youth, NIH Teen Essay Contest "Speaking Up About Mental Health," Stress Management Resources, Fluvoxamine, Free CME and Ground Rounds.

March 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study – Social Media, Social Media Resources (Parents, Advocates and Youth), Melatonin, Free CME and Ground Rounds, Community Advisory Committee Notes for January Meeting

February 2022
Case Consultation Study – OCD, OCD Wisconsin & Beyond Treatment Network Resources, OCD Resources for Children and Parents, Free CME and Ground Rounds

January 2022
WI CPCP Consultation Case Study -- TBI Consult, Attorney General Advisory Protecting Child Mental Health, Residency Relocation Update

Community Advisory Committee

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) collaborates with the Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Consultation Program (WI CPCP) to provide feedback and recommendations and to support its goals and mission.


WI CPCP CAC Charter Document (PDF)

The WI CPCP CAC adopted a charter to lay out the mission, objectives, and responsibilities of the Committee.

Meeting Minutes


January 2023 (PDF)
Fine tuning educational offering and exploring ways to support families and caregivers.


January 2022 (PDF)
Strategies for improving WI CPCP educational offerings and engaging residency program preceptors.

July 2022 (PDF)
Education plans for FY23 and Wisconsin Department of Health Services “Call-To-Action” document


January 2021 (PDF)
Program updates including new staff hires, expansion, and pediatric mental health conference plans. Discussed marketing and rebranding.

July 2021 (PDF)
Discussed future outreach strategies to encourage active enrollment and participation of all eligible PCPs in WI. Discussed potential educational additions.