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School Safety and Mental Health Summit 2022 has ended
Please join us Tuesday, January 18th for the Region 10 annual School Safety and Mental Health Summit!
This in person event will be a full and informative day covering important topics in the areas of mental heath and school safety.

If you are a school counselor, school nurse, assistant principal, principal, school safety leadership, student services or any other position that connects to student safety or mental health, then this conference is for you!

Choose to follow the Mental Health strand of events or the School Safety strand or mix and match! There will also be a few optional sessions available!

Note: The Blue sessions are the School Safety Strand, The Yellow sessions are the Mental Health Strand and the Green sessions are the optional classes!

Important Session Information: If you are a currently in a Region 10 District/Charter or Private School that has purchased the Administrative Services Package there is no registration fee. For all other participants there is a $150 registration fee due when registering.

PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

After Registering for this event on the Region 10 website, please make your schedule here on Sched.com!  
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Tuesday, January 18 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
MH 3 - Bounce Back: Building Resilience in Children and Teens

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Bounce Back: Building Resilience in Children and Teens
A presentation that explores how adults can help children navigate stress, challenge, tragedy, trauma, or adversity.
Learning Objectives:
• Learn about the vital elements of resilience and how they impact child development
• Understand Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg’s 7 Cs of Resiliency
• Develop skills for teaching children and teens how to use challenges and setbacks as building blocks for resilience
• Recognize adversity as an opportunity to empower students to bounce back

Speakers
avatar for Sonya Parker-Goode

Sonya Parker-Goode

Director of Outreach and Education, Grant Halliburton Foundation
Sonya Parker Goode CLC, CAMS-IDirector of Outreach and EducationSonya’s passion for helping people led her to pursue a dual career in education and nonprofit work almost 25 years ago. As a certified life coach and anger management specialist, Sonya enjoys developing and equipping... Read More →


Tuesday January 18, 2022 1:15pm - 2:15pm CST
Mental Health Strand - R10 Spring Valley Austin/Bowie/Crocket combined 400 East Spring Valley Road, Richardson, TX, USA