School Mental Health Learning Community
School mental health providers can strengthen their skills and grow their network through the Mid-America MHTTC School Mental Health Provider Learning Community.
This program is designed for community-based mental health providers providing services in schools and school-based mental health providers such as school psychologists, school counselors, school social workers, and board-certified behavior analysts. Participants will meet bi-monthly for virtual learning sessions focused on technical assistance, coaching, and network building.
During learning community sessions, participants will partake in candid conversations and presentations on topics including:
- Comprehensive systems to support school mental health
- Strategies to engage and participate in school teams
- Information-sharing methods
- Approaches to managing school crises
This regional peer learning community is focused on comprehensive service delivery in the school-based setting and will guide providers integrate into school settings and address school mental health from a multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) framework.
To learn more, visit the Mid-America School Mental Health Provider Learning Community homepage.