School Mental Health Systems to Support Students Beyond the Pandemic

Published November 12, 2021 | Commission on Disability | Updated March 28, 2022 | Automatically Archived on 11/27/2021

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Developing Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems to

Support Students Beyond the Pandemic

Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

  • Click on this Zoom Link to Join
  • For audio only call:  1 646 558 8656 or 1 301 715 8592
  • Enter: Meeting ID – 822 7888 3255 and Passcode – 457931
  • The recording will be available On Demand at Sudbury TV after the event, however the Q and A section will NOT be recorded.

John Crocker, M.Ed. is the Director of School Mental Health & Behavioral Services at Methuen Public Schools. He has worked with the National Center for School Mental Health and has focused on developing mental health screening, and improving therapeutic practice AND mental health evaluation in Methuen schools. He founded the Massachusetts School Mental Health Consortium, about one-hundred and fifty school districts in MA committed to advocating for and implementing quality and sustainable school mental health services and supports.

Attendees will be engaged in a discussion of topics such as – how to identify students who may require support, how to effectively leverage school-based counseling staff to deliver evidence-based therapeutic interventions, and more.  John will take questions directly from attendees at the conclusion of his presentation.