We invite you to attend this weekly learning series to connect with experts in many topics of interest to our staff, peers and members. Our experts will provide information and resources to create an informative experience with topics that impact the recovering community. The goal is to provide a topical educational series benefitting Recovery Support Specialists (RSS) working with peers by increasing their knowledge and access to services for special populations. This series will be held every Wednesday starting January 20th through March 17th at 12:30 pm. Please use the link to register for 1 or all events in the series.
Since March 2020, children across the country have been isolated at home participating in distance learning. The impacts academically, socially and emotionally have been staggering, particularly for children with pre-existing serious emotional disorders and their families. There has been a reduction in referrals to child protective services, an increase in isolation, depression, anxiety, and a decrease in engagement which can lead to lower academic success. What do all of these things mean in the short-term and the long-term? What can be done to attempt to mitigate some of these adverse effects? Join our Roundtable Discussion as we provide information and answer your questions. By the end of the roundtable discussion, participants will be able to: Understand the impact of distance learning on academic outcomes Explain the social-emotional impacts of distance learning Describe two trauma-informed, resilience-oriented strategies to address the impacts Presenters Linda Henderson-Smith, Ph.D., LPC, Director, Children and Trauma-informed Services, National Council for Behavioral Health Pamela Black, MA, Educational Consultant, Trauma Sensitive Education, LLC When in the seminar room, the Adobe Connect Log-in screen appears, select “Enter as a Guest,” enter the name and state of the participant in the “Name” field (Ex. Jane Doe-AK) and click on “Enter Room.” For attendees, this is a “listen only” webinar. Should they need to dial in, the instructions are on the note pad [...]
Join us for an informative meeting focused on all things autism. Our goal is to share activities and supports available in the autism community. We will cover the latest research, personal experiences, and the new Community Autism Peer Specialist program. Let’s brainstorm creative ideas and develop a committee to help the autism community thrive. Join us virtually every Thursday at 2 p.m. Zoom link Password: 022423 For more information, email Khylil Robinson.
Come join Drexel University Counseling Center (DUCC) and CATs of Color to learn about different coping strategies using the Creative Arts Therapies for stress prevention and stress management. There will be an experiential using the various modalities by the end of each event providing space to process and additional resources. Hope to see you there!