Category: Let's Talk About It

October 8, 2020 - October 8, 2020 - Student’s Mental Health (Social-Emotional) During Distance Learning - Adrienne Rodriguez Assistant Principal of Student Services Harmony Rivera School Psychologist Dr. Terry Fernandez, PsyD  School Psychologist Central Union High School

During this pandemic, we have all had to adapt to new standards of interaction and learning. With this in mind, we have discovered that there are many obstacles during distance learning. Not to fear because there are different resources available for parents and students.  Joins us as Adrienne Rodriguez, Harmony Rivera, and Dr. Fernandez talk about the different support resources for parent and students that the school has during this pandemic and throughout the school year.
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October 15, 2020 - October 15, 2020 - Playing for Change: Music’s Transformation Power - Mark Johnson Chairman of the Board Playing for Change Foundation

Playing for Change was created to connect the world’s people through music. The idea for this project came from a common belief that music has the power to break down boundaries, overcome distances between people and create positive change.
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October 22, 2020 - October 22, 2020 - Mental Health Resiliency in Times of Pandemic - Bren Manaugh, LCSW-S, CPHQ, CCTS Behavioral Health Consultant Health Management Associates

The wide variety of stressors associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic, health, economic, social relationships, and others call upon us all to gather our resources and tap into our mental health resiliency to support ourselves, our friends and families, and our community through the challenges of pandemic life. Join us as Behavioral Health Consultant and national stress and trauma expert Bren Manaugh discusses how to access, utilize, and share our inner resiliency in the face of the challenges of the moment.
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October 29, 2020 - October 29, 2020 - Quality Behavioral Healthcare for LGBT Populations  - Scott McClure, PhD National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Contact Consultant Trainer Evidenced-Based Correctional Practices

Research suggest that LGBT individuals face health disparities linked to societal stigma, discrimination, and denial of their civil and human rights. Discrimination against LGBT persons has been associated with high rates of psychiatric disorders, substance abuse, and suicide. Experiences of violence and victimization are frequent for LGBT individuals, and have long-lasting effects on the individual and the community. Join us as ICBHS share their plan to provide quality behavioral healthcare for our brothers and sisters in the LGBT Community.
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