Trauma: The Ripple Effect presented by Jen McNally, Director of Mental Health & Wellness, Educational Service Unit 5 &
The Six Pillars of Mental Health: Strategies for Everyday Life presented by Lauren Bush, MA, LIMHP, LPC, Southeast Community College
April 21, 2023 / 8:30am - 12pm Central Time (US and Canada)
Educational Service Unit 6, 210 5th St., Milford, NE 68405
8:30am - 11am Central Time (US and Canada)
Trauma - The Ripple Effect
Attendees will be able to recognize signs of suicide, and interventions to support someone who may be suicidal. Attendees will gain an understanding of children who have been exposed to trauma, and how trauma impacts the child's behavior, mental health, social relationships, academics, and strategies to support students with trauma. A8ttendees will learn valuable strategies for the caregiver, to reduce burnout and fatigue.
11am - 12pm Central Time (US and Canada)
The Six Pillars of Mental Health: Strategies for Everyday Life
A biological and psychological overview of anxiety, depression, and trauma with a focus on the six pillars of mental health that strengthen emotion regulation and management. We will cover easily accessible strategies and link how they connect to Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
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