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Professional Development
2018-19

Parent/Guardian
Workshops
2018-19


1) PREPaRE Training- (WORKSHOP 1) Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Planning

This 1-day workshop provides school mental health professionals, administrators, security officers, and other educators knowledge and resources important to establishing and sustaining comprehensive, ongoing school safety and crisis prevention, mitigation, and preparedness. Making use of existing personnel, resources, and programs, PREPaRE can be adapted to a school’s needs and size. Specific attention is given to developing, exercising and evaluating safety/crisis teams and plans, and integrating school and community crisis response personnel. Also addressed are issues associated with the media, social media, technology, students with special needs, culture, and memorials. Training reinforces improved school climate, student behavior and academic functioning, student resilience, and school staff crisis response capabilities. Workshop is limited to 100 participants.

2) Suicide & Self-Injury Intervention (5-6 Hours)

This interactive and engaging 1-day workshop guides school mental health professionals, administrators, and other educators through the current research on teen depression, self-harm, and suicide. Participants will learn how to identify signs and behaviors that may indicate a student is struggling and gain practical tools to have the conversation around self-harm and suicide and communicate concerns to parents. Participants will also be given access to a digital resource folder containing tools to use with students and families at their site.

3) Strengthening the Relationship with Students and Families (3-4 Hours)

This interactive and engaging half-day workshop helps school mental health professionals, administrators, and educators, as well as certificated and credentialed staff, promote a positive school climate by increasing empathy, self-awareness, and cultural understanding. Participants will examine how their own past experiences shape their perceptions and impact their connection with students and families. Participants will also be given access to a digital resource folder containing tools to use with students and families at their site.

4) School-Wide Trauma-Informed Practice (5-6 Hours)

This interactive and engaging 1-day workshop guides school mental health professionals, administrators, and other educators through the most current research findings regarding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how to identify and add protective factors to increase resiliency in students. Participants will learn how to identify signs and behaviors that may indicate a student has experienced trauma and understand the impacts of trauma on attendance, behavior, and academic achievement. Participants will also be given access to a digital resource folder containing tools to use with students and families at their site.


1) Balancing Anxiety and Achievement: Helping Students Thrive in a Competitive Academic Environment

This interactive and engaging workshop will equip parents to evaluate effective coping skills and gain practical techniques to increase wellness for their child. Parents will learn how to identify key sources of teen stress and understand how our thoughts and beliefs can impact stress levels. 

2) Connecting With Your Child in a Digital Age: Managing Technology to Strengthen Relationships & Improve Mental Health

This interactive and engaging workshop guides parents through the current research on how technology impacts relationships and mental health, providing the language and resources to help parents strengthen the relationship with their child.

3) Harmony at Home: Maintaining Healthy Boundaries & Managing Conflict

This interactive and engaging workshop reviews basic steps toward conflict resolution and collaboration to support their child. Parents will learn and practice effective techniques to
diffuse power struggles and communicate with intention, purpose, and love.

4) Recognizing the Signs of Suicide & Self-Harm: Supporting Your Child Through a Painful Time

This interactive and engaging workshop guides parents through the current research on teen depression, self-harm, and suicide. Parents will learn how to identify signs and behaviors that may indicate their child is struggling and gain practical tools to start the challenging conversations around self-harm and suicide.

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