Final episode of SMH telehealth series airs June 5
Editors' Note: This story ran in our June newsletter, published June 1.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted a particularly vulnerable population: children and adolescents, often cared for by school-based psychologists, counselors and social workers.
Throughout the provision of more generalized telehealth training, our Center and others across the MHTTC Network received a slew of questions from mental health providers on how to work with students. This led to the development of the three-part webinar series Making a Good Connection: Engaging Students and Families in School Tele-Mental Health.
The first two webinars have already aired, drawing nearly 2,000 viewers, but you can watch the recordings and download the slides and FAQs at the website linked above. Feedback has been overwhelmingly positive thus far, and our Center looks forward to taking part in the final installment.
The final webinar in the series airs at 12 p.m. CT June 5, and will cover Strategies for Addressing Trauma, Crises and Grief Through Tele-Mental Health. Click here to register.