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Equity for All Students - Especially those who are marginalized

On August 15th, Center for Educational Improvement (CEI) in collaboration with New England MHTTC, held an interview-style webinar session with Dr. Yvette Jackson. She discussed how mindfulness practices, high expectations, and positivity can enhance the compassion and understanding needed to begin to heal the racial divide. This interview-style session was led by the Center for Educational Improvement’s Associate Director of Heart Centered Learning Dr. Michele Rivers Murphy.

Great Lakes PTTC News June 2019

June 2019 issue of the Great Lakes PTTC News, our electronic newsletter. 

Great Lakes PTTC News March 2019

Premier issue of the Great Lakes PTTC News, our electronic newsletter. 

Opioid Overdoses and Suicides-Two Overlapping Public Health Crises

Central East Webinar: Opioid Overdoses and Suicides-Two Overlapping Public Health CrisesBobbi Jo Yarbourgh, PsyD, and Julie Richards, MPH

August 8, 2019, 1-2 PM EST 

 

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Complicated Grief: Cultural Considerations When Working with Loss in Hispanic and Latino Students and Their Families

Culturally sensitive school mental health providers are aware of cultural values and practices while treating complicated grief among Hispanic and Latino communities.

The Why, What, and How: Addressing the Social Determinants of Mental Health in the Pacific Southwest Region

We invite you to join us for this webinar, which provides foundational knowledge on what are the social determinants of health, why they should be assessed, and how mental health service providers can leverage them for better outcomes. Hear how providers throughout the Pacific Southwest region are addressing the social determinants of health through broad initiatives, service assessments, and strategic partnerships. Journey with us as you gain an understanding of how to identify appropriate partners and collaborate with them on the shared interest of achieving mental health equity.

Webinar: Youth Suicide - Early Detection of Warning Signs and Identifying Risk Factors

Maureen A. Borgan, LPC, DRCC, BCETS, ACS is the Program Manager for the NJ Statewide Traumatic Loss Coalition. The Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) at Rutgers - University Behavioral Health Care is New Jersey's primary youth suicide prevention program funded by the NJ Department of Children and Families. The dual mission of the TLC is excellence in suicide prevention and trauma response assistance to youth serving organizations following unfortunate losses due to suicide, homicide, accident, and illness.

Podcast Episode 6: Missouri Partners in Prevention

In this episode, we are speaking with Joan Masters, the Senior Coordinator of Missouri’s Partners in Prevention, also known as PIP. Joan is responsible for training and technical assistance to PIP’s 21 member campuses and serves as the primary investigator for its grant projects. She provides oversight to projects such as the Missouri Assessment of College Health Behaviors and the Meeting of the Minds Conference. Joan is able to assist campuses with coalition building, implementing evidence-based strategies, building peer education programs and strategic planning.

Non-Adherence and its Management in Early Course Psychotic Disorders

On August 14th, we held a webinar on "Non-Adherence and its Management in Early Course Psychotic Disorders". Dr. Matcheri Keshavan discussed the causes of non-adherence, approaches to identifying non-adherence, and the management non-adherence in patients in the early course of psychotic disorders. To watch the webinar, click here.