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PREPaRE: Crisis Intervention and Recovery: Roles of School-Based Mental Health Professionals (2 Day)

Participants can take Workshop 2 before taking Workshop 1. Workshop 1 will be offered again this school year. Workshop 2 focuses on interventions for student and staff in the aftermath of a crisis. It is meant for school staff who serve in the role of providing emotional support to students/staff.

This 2-day workshop is part of the PREPaRE School Safety and Crisis Prevention and Intervention Training Curriculum developed by the National Association of School Psychologists. The workshop is designed for school-employed mental health professionals and relevant school administrators responsible for meeting the mental health needs of students and staff. The workshop develops the knowledge and skills required to provide immediate multitiered mental health crisis interventions to the students, staff and school community members who have been simultaneously exposed to an acute traumatic stressor. Participants can take Workshop 2 prior to taking Workshop.

    The knowledge and skills developed within this session also help to build a bridge to the psychotherapeutic and trauma informed mental health response sometimes required to address challenges associated with trauma exposure.
    Recognize risk factors and identify warning signs that predict psychological trauma.
    Place PREPaRE mental health crisis interventions on a multitiered continuum ranging from least to most restrictive and engage in activities that review each level of support.

Event Details

Presenter: Jennifer Hertwig, Judy Heath, Michelle Kisler
Location: Virtual Session

Event Dates

Monday 10 January 8:30 AM
Monday 24 January 8:30 AM

Event Options

Act 48 Hours: 6.5
In County Cost: $75
Out of County Cost: $75
Non Act 48 Hours: 6.5
In County Cost: $75
Out of County Cost: $75