MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH
Click on these new resources and attend four webinars this May!
Register for these Webinars in May:
May 5, 2021 at 3:00PM: Resilience Webinar Resilience is the ability to bounce back following adversity, Laurence Gonzales says it best, “We live on, but we also live with.” This training reviews specific skills that can foster resilience in children and looks at risk and protective factors that affect resilience. The training focuses on what adults can do to support resilience and help youth feel safe, capable and lovable. Registration
May 12, 2021 at 3:00PM: Secondary Trauma and Self Care Webinar Working with families who have experienced trauma can be challenging. This training will help service providers to understand the Secondary Traumatic Stress, compassion fatigue, burn out and compassion satisfaction. Participants will be able to recognize warning signs and personal triggers for work related stress. This session will include discussion on why self-care is important and participants will have the opportunity to start developing a personal self-care plan. Registration
May 17, 2021 at 3:00PM: Suicide Prevention This presentation provides an overview of the topic of youth suicide, signs and symptoms, and how caregivers and professionals should respond in times of crisis. The training will dive into the rates of youth suicide, risk factors, and proactive steps to take for prevention. Registration
May 19, 2021 at 3:00PM: The Impact of Trauma on Childhood Development The training focuses on how complex trauma effects childhood development in infants, toddlers, school aged children and adolescents. The training will explore ways to support healthy development, including tips on helping children regulate. Registration