2016 Children’s Mental Health Conference

The following are copies presentations from the 2016 Children’s Mental Health Conference.

How Do We Implement SUD Treatment and Support?
Presenter:  Diane Hulzebos – DHS Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division , Supervisor Data/Information
This presentation briefly covers the current system for accessing publicly paid substance use disorder treatment for minors, proposed large scale changes to the current system, information from the recently released Minnesota Student Survey, and Drug and Alcohol Normative Evaluation System (DAANES) SUD treatment admission data.  How Do We Implement SUD Treatment and Support

Mental Health Crisis, Suicide Assessment and Ethical Dilemmas in School-Based Practice
Presenters: Denise Moody and Keith Gascho
A discussion on the unique challenges of responding to suicidal ideation of students and considerations when developing practice guidelines when practicing in a school.  Mental Health Crisis, Suicide Assessment and Ethical Dilemmas in School-Based Practice

Skills training for Children’s Services and Supports (CTSS)
Presenter: Mary Jo Avendano, Psy. D.LMFT, LICSW, LPC. Minnesota Department of Human Services Children’s Mental Health Division
Clarifying the elemental differences between skills for CTSS versus cognitive skills imbedded in the mental health academic degree’s requirements.  Skills training for Children’s Services and Supports (CTSS)

Technology for HOME
Presenter:  Sue Redepenning OTR/L, ATP
Technology for HOME

We Know There Is Trauma, Now What? Mind-Body Interventions To The Rescue
Presenter: Galina Weber
Using your knowledge of trauma participants will experience, and explore the power of mind-body interventions.

What is it like to be a School Mental Health Therapist? 
Presenters: Jennifer Goerger, LICSW and Mandy Anderson, LGSW
Learn the different roles and responsibilities of School Mental Health Therapists and the important qualities to look for in a provider. What is it like to be a School Mental Health Therapist

 

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