Navigating Rough Waters: Post-Pandemic & Children’s Mental Health

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Navigating Rough Waters: Post-Pandemic & Children’s Mental Health

But what is typical childhood behavior? When should I be concerned? Learn strategies to recognize and help kids with mental health concerns.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Online

About this event

Workshop Description

Although the pandemic may be receding, another wave is now washing over us: skyrocketing mental health concerns. But what is typical childhood behavior? When should I be concerned? And if a student does begin to experience a mental health issue, what can I do? In this interactive workshop, participants learn about signs and symptoms of mental health concerns in youth and 3 strategies for helping students who may be developing mental health issues. Presented in collaboration with Janet Pozmantier, Consultant.

Objectives

After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • • Distinguish between typical childhood behavior and symptoms of a possible mental health concern
  • • Identify signs and symptoms of mental health concerns in youth
  • • Discuss strategies to seek help for a student who may need mental health support
  • • Express confidence in their understanding of student mental health

Audience

Professionals working with children, including child-care workers, teachers, aides, counselors, social workers, and other school personnel.

Continuing Education

Texas educators can earn 1 hour of CPE credit and Texas LPC's and Social Workers can earn 1 hour of CEU's by participating in this workshop. Please indicate during registration that you are interested in continuing education or contact us. Thank you!

Free