Two school mental health programs return for '22-23 school year
A new school year calls for new school mental health resources! That's why the Mid-America Mental Health Technology Transfer Center is bringing back two exciting and engaging learning opportunities — The Mid-America MHTTC School Mental Health Provider Learning Community and ARC for Educators: A Training of Trainers.
The Mid-America MHTTC School Mental Health Provider Learning Community provides a space for school psychologists, school counselors, school social workers, and board-certified behavior analysts to come together in a virtual community every other month. During these collectives, participants will partake in candid conversations with their peers and receive training, coaching and technical assistance from the Mid-America MHTTC team.
ARC for Educators: A Training of Trainers prepares teams of educators to take Adult Resilience Curriculum (ARC) back to their organization. ARC for Educators helps educators overcome barriers to well-being, and includes curriculum on clarifying values, creating safe workplace environments, coping with difficult emotions, and more. Through these cohorts, attendees will learn the framework of the ARC for Educators curriculum, understand core and supplemental materials, and partake in implementation planning. Cohorts will be offered in Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 sessions.
Each program is application-based. To learn more about these programs and determine your eligibility, click the linked text in blue (above) or view the homepage for each program below.