Identification of and Evidence-Based Interventions for Anxiety, Stress and Trauma
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) indicates at least 13% of youth experience a mental health disorder in any given year but only 20% of these youth receive treatment, the majority of which are related to anxiety, stress, and trauma. This training provides professionals serving these students with best practice guidelines for educationally related assessments and school-based treatment.
Participants will review:
- Receive an overview of the basis of anxiety, stress, and trauma and how they present.
- Be introduced to multiple evidence-based programs and lessons.
- Be introduced to research-based and emerging evidence-based supplemental supports to calm the deregulated brain.
- Analyze and be coached through one or two case studies to determine if there are educationally interfering levels of anxiety and/or stress/trauma.
Note Regarding Payment:
You must select CHECK or CREDIT CARD to complete this registration.
Check (paid by you or your district/school via a purchase order process): After you register you will receive a confirmation / invoice. If you are paying for the event yourself, print your confirmation / invoice, attach your check, and mail as indicated. If your district or school is paying for the event, please forward your confirmation / invoice to the appropriate person so that a check can be processed via your district/school's purchase order (PO) process. SCOE does not require a copy of the PO, as an invoice is sent at the time of event registration.
Credit card (PayPal): You must enter credit card information at the time of registration. If you are being reimbursed for this event, follow your district/school guidelines for reimbursement.
If you do not receive a confirmation / invoice within 24 hours, your registration is not complete. Please call the registration contact listed below for assistance.
The fee for this class is non refundable.
|When||Friday, April 13, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
SCOE, Redwood Room C
|Presenter||Mirit Friedland, M.A., School Psychologist|
|Audience||School-based mental health professionals (e.g., school psychologists, MFTs, LCSW’s), Administrators, Special Education Teachers, including RSP and SDC teachers. Attendance is limited to current employees of Sonoma County SELPA or Sonoma County Charter SELPA member districts and agencies.|
|Registration||Norma Leiva-Fernandez, (707) 524-2752, email@example.com|
|Questions||Suzanne Tribbey, (707) 524-2758, firstname.lastname@example.org|
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