Role of School-Based Clinician Training Information and Materials
Agenda and Materials
Role of the School-Based Clinician
Tools and Activities
Description: The role of the school-based clinician is constantly changing to meet the needs of our youth, schools, families and communities. This learning community will come together to continue to create dialogue, share successes, face hurdles, and strategize together around data, systems, and practices for supporting our youth.
Outcomes: It is the hope that participants leave these sessions:
With concrete action steps to help support MTSS in their settings
Feeling rejuvenated in their work and empowered to make a difference in the school, district, communities, and systems that they work in
With a greater understanding of how behavioral supports and interventions can best be supported by data-based decision making, school-wide systems and evidence-based practices
Feeling as though they have networked with others in similar positions, in an effort to advance their own knowledgebase and feel part of a community of support and learning
Who Should Participate: Training is mainly geared towards school-based clinicians and any interested administration. Clinicians who work directly with the schools (i.e. community/mental health based) are also encouraged to attend.
Credits: CEUs and CPDU’s will be offered as part of the 2 training days in person and the online webinar.
Additional Resources: Administrators Leading the Changing Roles of Clinicians