Thursday, April 6 2017
In just eight enjoyable sessions, the Workplace Wellness program aims to help individuals make a difference to their lives.
With the help of engaging evidence-based resources and expert guidance at each session, participants learn how to understand their feelings when they feel low, worried/stressed or hopeless, and will discover skills that will help them tackle problems at work as well as their wider life.
Eight friendly sessions
Sessions 1: Understanding physical and emotional functioning
Session 2: Noticing and changing unhelpful behaviors
Session 3: Managing your mind and perspective (s)
Session 4: Overcoming stress at work and home
Session 5: Building personal development practices
Session 6: Problem-solving time and output demands
Session 7: Enhancing interactions and interpersonal relationships
Session 8: Sustaining engagement and support
Each session will be held every Thursday starting on April 6, 2017, at 9:30am-10:30 am
Mental Health America of Greater Houston
2211 Norfolk, Suite 810
Houston, Texas 77098
Free weekly sessions - Light refreshments
For questions contact Tiffany Ross, Director of Education & Outreach at email@example.com
Please join us for our April meeting of the Center for School Behavioral Health Learning Community. Specific program details TBD
The School Behavioral Health Learning Community convenes bimonthly and is comprised of entities involved in the School Behavioral Health Collaborative (linked to collaborative page). Continuous improvement in school systems requires commitment to solving problems and addressing systemic and organizational challenges to see education and children’s behavioral health in a new light. The learning community is intended to build capacity in the community to address and promote the behavioral health of children during their school years.
The School Behavioral Health (SBH) School District Learning Community engages participating school districts in “deep dives” to assess where they are with student behavioral health, learn from local models, share best practices, and set and achieve quality goals for improving the scope and delivery of services in each district. The Learning Community provides an opportunity for school districts both new to the work of school mental health and those who have long-standing efforts that are looking for new ideas and systems change. The SBH School District Learning Community is open to any public, private, or charter school district member of the SBH Collaborative.
Core activities include specialized trainings based on workgroup consensus, periodic virtual and in-person networking opportunities, and opportunities to reflect and self-assess practice and competencies.
For more information or to join the Collaborative, please contact Betsy Blanks, Professional Development Manager, Center for School Behavioral Health at firstname.lastname@example.org.