Diagnostic Center North - Silent Suffering: What to Know and What to Do for Students with Internalizing Disorders
It can be difficult to identify students who are struggling with an internalizing disorder. Internalizing disorders are so named because individuals rarely demonstrate overt behaviors that let others know they are in pain. The most common internalizing disorders are anxiety and depression; however, self-harm behavior and suicide are also important to consider. This training will highlight symptoms consistent with anxiety and depression, and provide information on how to assess for and treat such disorders. Strategies and recommendations for treatment will include evidence-based and best practice interventions.
CEUs for School Psychologists may be offered.
|When||Wednesday, April 14, 2021
9:00am - 10:30am
|Presenter||Kristin Moore, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist|
|Audience||School Psychologists, School-Based Mental Health Professionals, & Teachers of Counseling-Enriched Classrooms|
|Registration||Norma Leiva-Fernandez, (707) 524-2752, firstname.lastname@example.org Amy Ahlstrom, 707-524-2756, email@example.com|
|Questions||Susan Langer, Program Specialist, 707-524-2802, firstname.lastname@example.org|