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Students’ Mental Health Services: Using Research to Improve Your Interventions

Price: $250.00


Presented by Timothy J. Callahan, Psy.D.

The fundamental way districts educate youth is changing as mental health professionals more deeply understand brain development and the damage caused by childhood stress and trauma. Here's your chance to get your entire staff up to speed not only on the latest discoveries in brain sciences, but also on how to apply this new knowledge to devise more effective school-based mental health and behavioral interventions.

In a guidance-packed 90 minutes, clinical psychologist Dr. Timothy Callahan explains how early childhood stress, trauma and neglect impact the brain and children's resiliency, as well as guides staff on how to better engage students with mental health issues in school.

You and your staff learn concrete strategies to:

  • Address internally driven behavioral issues
  • Set more realistic goal development for students
  • Reduce behavioral problems in class using the student-teacher relationship
  • Enhance efforts to create a safe and relationship-rich school environment
  • Improve teaching strategies and the effectiveness of interventions
  • And more!

(2015. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.042115. S/H: $5.50)
Advanced orders will ship 4/30/2015.

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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