1.5-hour virtual training with Q&A.
Title: The Emotionally Naked Truth About Youth Mental Health: Birth to 5 Years
It was a teacher who first told AnneMoss Rogers that her son, Charles, might be suffering from depression. And it was a teacher who wrote the most heartfelt note after her son died by suicide.
Schools and pre-schools have something few other environments have and that’s an opportunity for early intervention and genuine human connection. These are the most valuable aspects of the education system today. How can we leverage those opportunities to bolster a culture of student wellness, build resilience, and give kids the tools they need to manage life going forward?
- What are the risk factors and how can preschool educators strengthen the protective factors
- How to spot kids early who might need extra support
- Age-appropriate ways to have challenging conversations (talk bubbles or scripted role-play conversations)
- The single most important skill to teach preschoolers for emotional regulation.
- Effective early interventions for building resilience and emotional regulation
- Early intervention case study that started with a pediatrician saying, “He’ll grow out of it,” and a mom who didn’t accept that answer.
- A case study of how a pre-k-and third-grade educator builds emotional awareness and coping skills into her classroom.
Downloads with resources created for the group.