CESA 12 Mental Health Summit 2017
OPENING KEYNOTE: DEBORAH MCNELIS: RELATIONSHIPS MATTER!
Early interactions are critical to the base of self-regulation, resiliency, delayed gratification, executive function, relationships and behaviors. Beginning with the basics of brain development, you will better understand the critical influence attachment and stress has on well being in life. It is essential that everyone understands the impact of early relationships and how it can best be achieved.
- Attention, Attention: It Takes Attention to Change Behavior & Self Perception – Deborah McNelis, Brain Insights
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) – Barb Gadbois
- Mental Health Framework – Jennifer Ledin, Director of Special Education, CESA #12
- Drug Endangered Children – Jennifer Frey, Social Worker, Child Abuse & Neglect Investigator, Ashland County Health & Human Services Department
- DSM-5 Cross Cut – Katy Gorman, LCSW, Director of Behavioral Health, Red Cliff Community Health Center
FREE: This professional development opportunity is supported through funding from the Early Childhood Pre-School Discretionary Grant and the RSN IDEA Discretionary Grant in collaboration with Northwest Connection Family Resource and Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners Northern Region
(Continental Breakfast & Lunch Provided)