About Our Event
Is your school prepared to care for all of the students, staff, and families in your community? Ready your school community to weather stress, trauma, and promote well-being for your entire school population.
Learn how to implement the Compassionate School Mental Health model being used to enhance services to schools and districts in the New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center's Childhood Trauma-Learning Collaborative.
Gain an understanding of how a compassionate school mental health support system can help schools create systems, policies, and protocols to prevent, address, and recover from tragedies and crises including staff or student suicide, school violence, natural disasters, and global pandemics.
One hour of CE credit is available to session participants.
Meet Our Speaker(s)
Martha Staeheli, PhD is the Director of the New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center's School Mental Health Initiative.
Dana Asby, MA, MEd, is Director of National Certification and a Project Specialist with the National Federation of Families and the National Family Support Technical Assistance Center.
Chris Mason, PhD is the Executive Director of the Center for Educational Improvement.
Stacy Champey, MEd is the
MTSS District Coach with the Manchester Pubic School District (NH) and a Behavioral Health Positive Behavior Supports Trainer with the University of Connecticut.