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Professional Development: Conference: 2014: Mental Health
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School Social Work Association of America
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National Conference in Chicago
March 19 - 22, 2014

Workshops Addressing Mental Health

Students today are coming to school with many personal struggles and often school staff is not able to address their needs. School Social Workers are key in helping schools to identify and support the mental health needs of students. Workshops throughout the conference offer information on district wide mental health initiatives to school social workers collaborating for parental support:

Workshop sessions addressing Mental Health include:

A8 – Developing a Comprehensive School District Approach to Student Mental Health

B16 – Mental Health Needs of Undocumented Students
B18/C27 – Helping Students with Anxiety Disorders

D31 – Working Through Self Destructive Behaviors with DBT-CBT

E47 – Autism Spectrum Disorder and the DSM-V - Nomenclature and Diagnostic Issues for School Social Workers

F55 – Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation & School Social Work Practice

G68 – Collaborating to Support Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

To view complete brochure information on this topic and more, please visit our website at https://m360.sswaa.org/event.aspx?eventID=80548&instance=0

Help Us Celebrate!

SSWAA will be celebrating our 20th Anniversary in 2014. Join us on Friday afternoon, March 21, from 5:00 - 6:00 as we recognize the 64 participants from 20 states that came together in July, 1994 in Edwardsville, Illinois to form an organization exclusively representing School Social Workers.

Download this  PDF File on Mental Health Topics  

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