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Engaging Schools: Developing School/Mental Health Partnerships

In this webinar presenters discuss the need for and the benefits of a school based mental health program. Suggestions for building a relationship with schools are presented along with case examples of successful school/mental health partnerships.

By National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Integrating Evidence-Based Practices in School Interventions

In this webinar presenters identify principles and strategies for effective implementation of trauma-focused, evidence-based practices in school settings, and they describe the potential benefits for all students, including those with mental health and behavioral challenges, of implementing school-wide systems of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.

By National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Psychological First Aid for Schools

In this webinar speakers describe the fundamentals of Psychological First Aid for Schools (PFA-S). PFA-S helps reduce the distress that school communities can experience after a disaster or violent event. Presenters discuss the importance of working within the school structure and system; how teachers, support staff, and administrators can use PFA-S to prepare for and respond to a disaster or violent event; and how to support the school community as a whole, including working with students, staff, and families.

By National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Sudden Death On a School Campus: Impact and Response

In this webinar speakers discuss the impact of sudden death on children and the school community. Presenters will suggest best practices in the areas of prevention, response, and recovery; school staff support; and self-care.

By National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Trauma-Informed IEPs: Differential Diagnosis and Trauma-informed Assessment in Schools

In this webinar the presenters discuss trauma-informed assessment in schools, differential diagnosis, and trauma-informed IEPs (Individualized Education Plans). Following the presentation participants will understand the concept and potential consequences of child traumatic stress on classroom academics and behavior. Speakers discuss how to identify the key components of a 504 plan versus an IEP and differentiate when each is applicable. During the webinar participants develop relevant teaching and learning plans using selected activities from the School Intervention Project Manual

By National Child Traumatic Stress Network