Mental Health and Wellbeing Virtual Poster Session Webinar

When

5/28/2020

12:00-1:00pm MT

Cost

Free

Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills
Description

This poster session webinar will highlight programs and strategies in use across Colorado communities as it relates to youth mental health and well-being. Each presenter will have 10-minutes to showcase their program or project as it relates to improving youth mental health and well-being. Join us to learn and be connected with statewide and community partners doing mental health programs and projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presenter(s)..... Session Title

Pamela Gould, Jefferson County Communities that Care...... Twelve Talks to Have with Teens

Rebecca Gostlin, Colorado Association for School-Based Health Care (CASBAHC)....... Using Trauma-Informed Strategies as Primary Prevention for Substance Use Among Youth in Schools

Rhonda Conger, YouthLink....... The Messy in Between

Kara Moulton, Centennial Mental Health Center....... Piloting Uncharted Territory: teen Mental Health First Aid

Learning Objectives
Highlight programs and strategies in use across Colorado communities as it relates to youth mental health and wellbeing.
Length of Learning Opportunity
1 hour
Registration Information
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Presenter(s) and/or Content Experts

Pamela Gould, Jefferson County Public Health and Communities that Care

Rebecca Gostlin, Colorado Association for School-Based Health Care

Rhonda Jo Conger is the coordinator for YouthLink (Collaborative Management Program in Logan County) and the owner/founder of Soul Grower Industries. Over 3 decades of work with youth and families as a teacher, mentor, and youth program director. Working to develop and share creative resources for positive youth development, teach social-emotional skills to youth and parents, and help families connect with the goal achievement process as a way of life.

Kara Moulton is a School Based Mental Health Specialist for Centennial Mental Health Center.  She is a graduate from the University of Phoenix, where she received her BS in Psychology. She is currently studying Trauma and Resiliency in education settings at Concordia University.  Since starting with the company, Kara has been helping schools integrate various programs into classrooms from 3rd grade up to 12th grade focusing on Social Emotional Learning, Suicide Prevention and Substance Prevention.  Kara is a certified trainer in Sources of Strength, Youth Mental Health First Aid, teen Mental Health First Aid, Strengthening Families and many more.

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