On Day 2 of our MHTTC Grief Sensitive Virtual Learning Institute, we open our full day of learning with a brief whole Institute gathering that will:
- Welcome back participants from Day 1 and welcome in new participants joining us;
- Offer a dedication to 9/11; and,
- Provide an overview and forecast to Day 2, previewing our learning line up
Download the slides HERE.
PJ Wenger, LPC, NBCC, MFT, Ed.S., MA, M.Ed has 29 years of experience working in the field of mental health. She has spent considerable time in a variety of settings developing her counseling experience. These settings include psychiatric emergency, inpatient treatment with both adults and children, in home counseling for mental health issues, residential treatment, schools and private practice. In the school setting, PJ Wenger has worked at the Elementary level, the Middle School level and the high school level. In addition to this experience PJ has been a Trauma Responder at the Local, State and National Level. She has responded to large events like 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy as well as traumatic events that effect schools such as suicides, traumatic deaths of staff/students, and homicides.
PJ is licensed by the NJ State Board of Family and Health Practitioners and is a certified member of the National Board of Certified Counselors. She has a Masters in Counseling and an Ed.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy.
This webinar was the opening session of Day 2 of September's Grief Sensitivity Virtual Learning Institute (GSVLI). For more information on how to access resources from September's and November's GSVLI, please click here.