2019 Summer Institute
Workshop 2 NASP PREPaRE Training
August 5th – 7th, 2019
The Virginian Lodge
750 West Broadway
Jackson, WY 83001
This 2-day workshop (half-days on August 5th & 7th; full-day on August 6th) provides school-based mental health professionals and other school crisis intervention team members with the knowledge necessary to meet the mental health needs of students and staff following a school-associated crisis event. With updated research and crisis intervention strategies, this workshop teaches participants how to prevent and prepare for psychological trauma, helps to reaffirm both the physical health of members of the school community and students’ perceptions that they are safe and secure, evaluates the degree of psychological trauma, responds to the psychological needs of members of the school community, and examines the effectiveness of school crisis intervention and recovery efforts. This workshop is an excellent course for all mental health professionals in your district who provide mental health crisis intervention services. The training will be co-lead by two national trainers, Dr. Franci Crepeau-Hobson and Dr. Julie Stonis.
Please contact Tara K.W. Clapp at [email protected] with any questions
Workshop 2 has a cap of 40 participants so please register soon!
Cost is $400 for the 16-hours of training if payment is received before July 19, 2019
Cost is $450 if payment is received after July 19, 2019 or payment at the door
Please email purchase orders to Michael Crane at [email protected]
A block of rooms is being held at The Virginian Lodge
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