Stefanie Winfield, MSW, to Speak at HRSA Event
Stefanie Winfield, MSW, to Speak at HRSA Event on Best Practices in School Mental Health
September 14, 2020 - Stefanie Winfield, the School Mental Health Lead for the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center, has been invited to be a panelist on a training, "School Mental Health Best Practices in Region 8," hosted by the Health Resources and Services Administration's Adolescent and Young Adult Health Workgroup.
This FREE webinar is intended to promote and enhance youth mental health in today’s complex school environment. The webinar will highlight school mental health strategies, proven practices, and resources. Presenters will showcase a unique telehealth program to support children with disabilities, as well as an innovative youth advisory board that empowers students to advocate for critical health and behavioral health issues. The webinar is designed for a wide audience and will include time for Q&A.
This event will be held on September 25, 2020. View the flyer for details on attending this webinar.
Stefanie Winfield, MSW
Stefanie Winfield is a Research and Technical Assistance Associate with the Behavioral Health Program. Her work at WICHE focuses on the Mental Health Technical Transfers Center’s work providing intensive technical assistance and training to elementary schools. Stefanie comes to WICHE with extensive experience working in schools promoting youth sexual health, conflict and angry management, behavioral health education, and school-based health care. With over 17 years of experience working with nonprofits and community organizations, Stefanie has done everything from grant management and implementation, to program and outcome evaluation, training and facilitation. Stefanie received her BSW from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY and her MSW from the University of Denver. She has also completed certificates in the Advanced Study of Program Evaluation, Accelerated Learning, E-learning Design and Organization Development.