FULL CAPACITY - It's Time! Addressing Mental Health of Children in the Classroom
It’s Time! Addressing Mental Health of Children in the Classroom
Mental health is a strong predictor of school success. Educators have daily opportunities to positively impact the mental health of children. To do so, one must understand the clues that a child’s behavior gives about their current mental state, the impact of mental illness or trauma on a child within the context of their culture and what elements of teaching are essential to supporting mental well-being and learning. This six-eight hour in-service uses film case studies from real classrooms and stories from personnel. Participants are given ample time to explore topics in a safe and engaging environment.
About the presenter:
Sue McKenzie is the Co-Director at Rogers InHealth, Rogers Behavioral Health System, an Agency whose mission is to implement and promote accessible education and advocacy resources using story, technology, and peer/key relationships. Sue is from the Greater Milwaukee area.
Prior to her employment at Rogers InHealth, she worked for the Planning Council for Health and Human Services, Inc., InHealth WI and Consultant with Impact Strategies and Northstar National Association of Health Education Centers. Sue believes in translating health information to empower and motivate prevention and healing.
Audience: Elementary school teachers, school counselors, school social workers, other pupil service professionals, and principals
Cost: $70.00 per person (Includes lunch, refreshments, and materials)
PAYMENT TO: CESA #4, ATTN: Mary Devine, 923 E. Garland Street, West Salem, WI 54669. PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!