The Northwest MHTTC School Mental Health team is excited to co-sponsor and present at the WASA Fall Conference 2021 Permission to Feel... Permission to Lead. WASA is bringing experts from across the field to present and provide trainings in over 7 sessions on key topics related to school mental health across the conference and keynotes.
Come to Lake Chelan on September 26–28 for WASA’s return to in-person professional learning!! WASA’s Fall Conference will focus on the timely content issue of Social Emotional Learning. You will not want to miss learning from the amazing speakers they have gathered―check out the schedule lineup!
- WASA Member $375
- Non-member Conference Attendee $415
WASA anticipates selling out quickly so register now! When they meet capacity, they will institute a waiting list. Registrations are first come first served.
The following meals are included in registration:
- Monday Breakfast
- Monday Lunch
- Monday Dinner
- Tuesday Breakfast
- Tuesday Boxed Lunch
Registration includes clock hours and copy of keynote Dr. Marc Brackett’s “Permission to Feel.”
(WA State Approved Clock Hours (11.0) and a copy of Dr. Marc Brackett’s “Permission to Feel” in included in registration.)
The health and safety of everyone at our conference is of paramount importance to us.
We will ask everyone to complete a brief health attestation daily before entering the meeting space.
Masking or not is an individual choice if vaccinated. We encourage masking if unvaccinated.
Proximity to Others
We will be gathered in one ballroom with seven–eight people seated per round table.
A $75 administrative fee applies to all cancellations submitted by September 10. No refunds after September 10. No Show = No Refund.
Contact Lisa Gehman at [email protected] with registration.
Contact Mike Nelson at 253.508.0192 or [email protected] with questions about the program.
Contact Jamie Chylinski at [email protected] with special accommodation requests.
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