Engaging Families with Behavioral Challenges: Strategies For Collaborating School and Community Resources

  • 17 Apr 2014
  • 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM
  • Webinar - see registration information
As school counselors, we are faced with an increasing number of students with emotional challenges, who struggle academically and behaviorally. In order to support these students, particularly students that are entering our radar as at risk, we need to engage parents who are often reluctant to be engaged. Learn about the challenges of these parents and strategies to support them and their children in school and in the community. 

Join Dr. Louise Morin-Davy, Director of Child, Adolescent and Family Services at the Center of Life Management (CLM) in Derry, NH. who has been a champion and advocate for youth struggling with mental health issues and their families trying to navigate the challenging world of school and community mental health services.

She has been a tireless proponent in building collaborative relationships between CLM and area schools to improve the effectiveness and access to community mental health resources for youth and families.  Dr. Morin-Davy is a respected leader among  her  peers bringing  her  knowledge of local and national mental health resources to  her   work on numerous statewide initiatives to optimize protocols and improve mental health services for children and families throughout New Hampshire.

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