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Upcoming Webinars

School Mental Health Virtual Learning Series
Facilitated by Dana Cunningham, PhD, Brittany Patterson, PhD, and Cameron Sheedy, MS

Note: Continuing education credits are not available for this series. Certificates of Attendance are available for those who attend the live webinars (not for those who view the recording at a later date). All webinars in this series are recorded and archived under Recorded Webinars on this page. 
  • July 9, 2024, 3–4pm ET: Implementing Policies and Practices to Support LGBTQ+ Youth in Schools, Part 2

Recorded Webinars

School Mental Health Virtual Learning Series with the Danya Institute (for the Central East Mental Health Technology Transfer Center)
Organized by most - least recent:

  • Implementing Policies and Practices to Support LGBTQ+ Youth in Schools, Part 1 (6.11.24)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Sophia Arredondo, MA, a.t. Furaya, MA, and Bixby Marino-Kibbee, LCSW
  • Using Data to Promote Equity (5.14.24)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Elizabeth Connors, PhD, and Ashley Griffin Gilchrist, PhD
  • Mental Health Literacy: What Is It and Why Is It Important? (4.9.24)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Sean Perry, Abbie Rosenberg, PMHNP-BC, RN, and Annie Slease, M.Ed.
  • Strategies for Discussing Race, Racial Discrimination, and Racial Trauma with Youth (3.12.24)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Nicole L. Cammack, PhD, Dana L. Cunningham, PhD, and Jessica S. Henry, PhD
  • Understanding and Preventing Youth Suicide (2.13.24)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Janelle R. Goodwill, PhD, Danielle R. Harrell, PhD, LCSW
  • Strengths-Based Holistic Approaches to Youth Mental Health (12.12.23)
  • Tier 2 School Mental Health: Implementing, Staffing, and Funding Early Intervention in Schools (10.10.23)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Eric Bruns, PhD, Elizabeth McCauley, PhD, Antonio Polo, PhD, Jessica Schleider, PhD, Hadia Zarzour, MA, LCPC
    • Introduced and facilitated by Sharon Hoover, PhD
  • From Assessment to Action: Enhancing Organizational Well-Being in Schools (9.12.23)
  • Understanding and Responding to Policies that Impact LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health (8.8.23)
  • Seeing Ourselves Alongside (not Beyond) Our LGBTQ+ Students: Self-Aware Frameworks for Inclusivity (7.11.23)
  • Creating Supportive Spaces for Gender and Sexually Diverse Youth (6.13.23)
  • Collaboration Between School and Community Settings: Development of Meaningful and Sustainable Partnerships Between Schools and Community Partners (5.9.23)
  • Promoting Family and Community Empowerment to Strengthen Positive School Climate (4.11.23)
  • Individual Well-Being: School Staff Wellness and Self-Care (3.14.23)
  • Organizational Well-Being (2.14.23)
  • Trauma-Informed Organizations and Language: Cultural Responsiveness, Anti-Racism and Equity in School Mental Health (1.10.23)
    • RecordingSlides
    • Temeka S. Bailey, LCSW-C, LISCW, Kay Connors, LCSW-C, Kim Gordon-Achebe, MD
  • CARE Best Practices in School Mental Health - Early Intervention and Treatment in Schools, Tiers 2 & 3 (6.1.22)
  • CARE Best Practices in School Mental Health - Universal Mental Health Promotion, Tier 1 (5.4.22)
  • Cultural Inclusiveness & Equity 4: Supporting Students Experiencing Distress from a Cultural Inclusiveness & Equity Len (4.6.22)
  • Cultural Inclusiveness & Equity 3: Engaging in Culturally-Inclusive Action to Promote Student Mental Health (3.16.22)
  • CARE Best Practices in School Mental Health - Screening (3.2.22)
    • Slides
    • Dana Cunningham, PhD, Sam Reaves, PhD, Mark Sander, PhD
  • Cultural Inclusiveness & Equity 2: Understanding How Educator Bias Impacts Student Mental Health (2.2.22)
  • Cultural Inclusiveness & Equity 1: Understanding How Social Injustices Impacts Student Mental Health (1.19.22)
  • CARE Best Practices in School Mental Health - Teaming (1.5.22)
    • RecordingSlides
    • Dana Cunningham, PhD, Nancy Lever, PhD, Nikita Parson, LCSW-C, Ashley Woods, LCSW-C
  • Educator Well-Being (12.1.21)
  • Teacher Support: Restart, Renew (11.10.21)
  • *Supporting Newcomer (Immigrant and Refugee) Youth in Schools (8.4.21)
    •  Recording, Slides
    • Sadia M. Abdi, PhD, LICSW, Rebecca Ford-Paz, PhD, Sonia Rodrigues-Marto, MA, LPC, Bianca Vargas-Ocasio, LSW
  • Supporting Native and Indigenous Youth in Schools (7.7.21)
  • *Supporting Students Impacted by Racial Stress and Trauma (6.2.21)
  • Youth MOVE: Leveraging Youth Advocacy (5.5.21) 
  • National Association of School Psychologists: School-Community Partnerships (4.7.21) 
  • *Safe and Equitable Schools: Tier II Interventions and Considerations (3.5.21)
    • RecordingSlides
    • Portia Richardson, MEd, MPP, Riana Elyse Anderson, PhD, LCP
  • *Addressing Systemic Racism: Creating Safe and Equitable Schools (2.3.21)
  • Trauma-Responsive Care for Younger Students (1.6.21)
  • *Addressing Racial Stress and Trauma (12.2.20)
  • Promoting Educator Well-Being: Understanding and Combatting Compassion Fatigue, Burnout and Secondary Traumatic Stress (11.4.20)
  • *Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth (10.7.20)
  • Integrating Social-Emotional Learning into the Classroom (9.2.20)
  • *What Schools Can Do to Address COVID-19, Racism, and Social Justice (8.10.20)
    • Recording, Slides
    • Tiffany Beason, PhD, Lauren Brown, MS, Dwayne Cormier, PhD, Kelly Willis, MSW
  • The School Health Assessment and Performance Evaluation (SHAPE) System (8.5.20) 
  • *Youth Perspectives on COVID-19, Racism, and Returning to School (8.3.20)
  • Trauma-Responsive Schools Implementation Assessment (7.29.20)

*Indicates webinars facilitated by the Cultural Responsiveness and Equity specialty track of the Annual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health.

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