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Who should attend?

School Counselors, School Psychologists, School Social Workers, K-12 Site/District Administrators, School Nurses, School-Based LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, Campus Health/Wellness Center Staff, University & Community College Counselors

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GritX is a psycho-educational interactive website designed for adolescents and young adults that teaches resilience and self-care skills similar to those learned in therapies like Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Sections of the website include:

  • Skills Studio (teaches skills for emotional regulation and mental well-being)

  • Self-Care Toolkit (generates list of self-care techniques)

  • Journal (guided therapeutic journaling exercises)

  • Self Interview (provides a tool for self-reflection and guidance through life experiences)

  • Breathing Room (follow evidence-based, calming breathing patterns)

  • Sketchbook (tool for self-expression and artistic creativity)

  • Resource Library (list of mental health resources approved by UCSF mental health experts)

  • This FREE workshop will offer school clinicians and administrators the opportunity to learn about GritX.org in person from Dr. Kim Norman, the Founder/Creator of GritX.org and UCSF Telemedicine and Scalable Therapeutics Program Director, Michael Godoy.

GritX: FREE Online Intervention to Increase Student Resiliency Presenters

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Kim Norman, M.D.

Kim P. Norman, M.D. UCSF Distinguished Professor of Adolescent and Young Adult Health, UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences, University of California, San Francisco; Director, UCSF Young Adult and Family Center

Dr. Norman is a distinguished professor at UCSF and psychiatrist with over 40 years of experience caring for teens and young adults with complex behavioral health issues. In 2004, Dr. Norman founded the Young Adult and Family Center (YAFC) at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) dedicated to creating and disseminating innovative mental health services, including digital health services for adolescents, young adults, and their families. The YAFC at UCSF aspires to build a center of national prominence where troubled young people and their families receive the best available clinical care, irrespective of their ability to pay.
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Michael Godoy

Michael Godoy, Director of Telemedicine and Scalable Therapeutics, UCSF Young Adult and Family Center (YAFC); Board Member for National Alliance on Mental Illness East Bay (NAMI)

Michael is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in Psychology and has dedicated his career to improving and scaling mental healthcare services. At UCSF he is leading the design and implementation of a patient-centric platform for behavioral health. The goals include achieving unprecedented improvements in mental health outcomes and how the services are delivered. Additionally, Michael serves on the board for NAMI East Bay where he provides mental health peer support, advocates against stigma, and promotes better healthcare services.
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Marlon Morgan, M.A., LPCC, PPSC

Marlon Morgan, M.A., LPCC, PPSC Founder and Executive Director, Wellness Together School Mental Health

Marlon began his career as a school counselor and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, creating and implementing student support programs to identify and provide services for target subgroups in an effort to close the achievement gap. He has received special recognition from the U.S. Congress, California State Senate, and the California State Assembly for his innovative work promoting mental health and wellness in education. In 2016, Marlon was appointed by California State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI) as a member of the Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup to develop policy recommendations for the SSPI and the California Legislature. Marlon is also an adjunct faculty member at Brandman University in the Marriage and Family Therapy and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor graduate studies program and is an honorary faculty member of the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work.

GritX: FREE Online Intervention to Increase Student Resiliency

GritX is a psycho-educational interactive website designed for adolescents and young adults that teaches resilience and self-care skills similar to those learned in therapies like Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Sections of the website include:

  • Skills Studio (teaches skills for emotional regulation and mental well-being)

  • Self-Care Toolkit (generates list of self-care techniques)

  • Journal (guided therapeutic journaling exercises)

  • Self Interview (provides a tool for self-reflection and guidance through life experiences)

  • Breathing Room (follow evidence-based, calming breathing patterns)

  • Sketchbook (tool for self-expression and artistic creativity)

  • Resource Library (list of mental health resources approved by UCSF mental health experts)

  • This FREE workshop will offer school clinicians and administrators the opportunity to learn about GritX.org in person from Dr. Kim Norman, the Founder/Creator of GritX.org and UCSF Telemedicine and Scalable Therapeutics Program Director, Michael Godoy.

Who should attend?

School Counselors, School Psychologists, School Social Workers, K-12 Site/District Administrators, School Nurses, School-Based LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, Campus Health/Wellness Center Staff, University & Community College Counselors


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GritX.org is not for emergencies, as the main focus is psychoeducation. If there is a mental health emergency, users are recommended to call 9-1-1 or the Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. GritX.org may be used along with and not as a replacement for services provided by a mental health professional.


Use of Likeness
By attending the GritX: FREE Online Intervention to Increase Student Resiliency, you acknowledge and agree to grant Wellness Together Inc. the right to record, film, photograph, or capture your likeness at the conference in any media now available or hereafter developed and to distribute, broadcast, use, or otherwise globally to disseminate, in perpetuity, such media without any further approval or payment from you. This grant to Wellness Together includes, but is not limited to, the right to edit such media, the right to use the media alone or together with other information, and the right to allow others to use or disseminate the media. If registering for a third party, I agree to inform them of the "Use of Likeness" Policy prior to the event.

Limited Availability - TWO Ways to Engage
Space is very limited and this event is projected to reach capacity. Please RSVP as soon as possible to ensure availability. We look forward to seeing you. There will be a LIVE webcast available.
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Cancellation Policy
If for any reason you are unable to attend the event, you may transfer your registration to a colleague. Contact us at info@wellnesstogether.org to reflect changes in your registration.


Wellness Together welcomes a wide variety of sponsors, partners, and presenters from diverse backgrounds. The views and opinions expressed by these organizations and individuals do not necessarily represent those of Wellness Together or the California Department of Education. Proposed presenters for events are all subject to change.