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SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: IMPROVING SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENSURING STUDENT WELLNESS

 

SCHOOL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: IMPROVING SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENSURING STUDENT WELLNESS

Featuring John P. Kelly, PhD, Melissa Reeves, PhD, and Dan Florell, PhD, National Association of School Psychologists

 

May 8, 2013

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http://speakup.childmind.org/events/14

 

Promoting the social and emotional wellbeing of our children and youth has never been more critical. In this timely conversation, National Association of School Psychologists members Drs. John P. Kelly, Melissa Reeves, and Dan Florell look at what it takes to ensure student wellness in school. These experts from the National Association of School Psychologists discuss the importance of effective school-based mental health services and how they contribute to school safety and fewer barriers to learning. Topics addressed include:

  • engaging parents in efforts to improve school climate and school safety
  • the continuum of school-based mental health services and supports
  • bullying prevention and intervention efforts
  • reducing barriers and the stigma associated with mental health issues
  • what parents can do to help establish safe and welcoming school environments

 

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The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) represents approximately 25,000 school psychologists in the United States and abroad. NASP empowers school psychologists by advancing effective practices to improve students' learning, behavior, and mental health.

 



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