Category: Let's Talk About It

August 10, 2017 - Imperial County Behavioral Health: Children’s Outpatient Services  - Rene Felix Program Supervisor  and Stephanie Grijalva Psychiatric Social Worker Children Services  ICBHS -  El Centro

The Children Outpatient Services is committed to serving children with severe emotional, mental and/or behavioral problems and their families to prevent the development of serious mental illness. Services are provided to children with a mental health disorder such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, bipolar, etc. As a result of the mental health disorder their lives are impaired or are at risk of being impaired at home, school or the community.
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August 17, 2017 - Youth and Young Adult Programs: Clinic Overview - Luz Marina Vasquez  And Norma Avila Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician Youth & Young Adults Services ICBHS - El Centro

These services are integrated, individualized, and developed to promote individual and family-centered recovery, resiliency, and wellness for individuals 14-25 years old. The program focuses on the individual’s strengths and unique needs in an effort to promote healthy and stable living.
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August 24, 2017 - Mental Health Support at Imperial Valley College - Guadalupe Garcia, LMFT Clinical Mental Health Counselor IVC Student Health Center

IVC Students, are you anxious about life? Depressed about grades? Imperial Valley College provides mental health services and referrals to Imperial County Behavioral Health if more support appears necessary. Come and join us as Guadalupe Garcia shares this resource.
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August 31, 2017 - The Behavior Code: Supporting Youth in School - Jessica Minahan, M.Ed. Behavior Analyst, Author and Special Educator

Built on the premise that teachers can only control a few variables-such as the classroom environment and their own behavior-in the lives of students with challenging behavior, preventative accommodations and how teachers respond to students’ behavior are discussed.
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