Date: April 20, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
This session will provide educational leaders with a clear framework for how they can effectively support the mental health of their students and teachers. They will be given specific steps they can take to ensure all of their teachers are coping with the stressors they are facing, and are equipped and confident in supporting the mental health of their students so every student is engaged, successful, and thriving. They will be shown a preview of a school-wide mental health program that uses online video-based resources featuring peer voices and psychological skill-building exercises to up-skill students, teachers, and parents. Presentation attendees will also gain exclusive access to a trial of these resources.
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Hayley WatsonClinical Psychologist & CEO, Open Parachute
Dr. Hayley Watson is a clinical psychologist specializing in children and adolescents. She has a Ph.D. in school bullying interventions, along with four further academic degrees in the field of mental health. She has been creating and delivering youth and school-based programs globally for the past 15 years, and has worked across a range of sectors including police victim services, nonprofit organizations, private psychology practices, hospitals, schools, and universities. She trains educators worldwide on holistic well-being practices for staff and students, and is the founder of Open Parachute – a video-based school mental health program using documentary stories of real students sharing their experiences of overcoming struggle as a platform for reducing stigma and building resilience, that is being delivered in schools across the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
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