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Mental Health Care in a Humanitarian Crisis

This presentation provides timely and relevant information from the front lines of the refugee crisis at our border. Participants will hear about the trauma informed mental health work being developed by a local Twin Cities group in the shelters in Tijuana, Mexico. Katrina‚Äôs presentation will give an intimate and…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Back from the Border

Viewers will learn about the trauma informed mental health work being delivered by a local Twin Cities group to refugee families waiting for an immigration hearing at shelters in Tijuana, Mexico.

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Recognizing and Challenging Stigma Around Substance Use and Mental Illness

Substance use, mental illness, and other behavioral health disorders are the most highly stigmatized health conditions. Stigma is a condition or status that is subject to prejudice, based on stereotyping that assigns undesirable labels, qualities, and behaviors to a person with that status. Labeled individuals are then socially devalued,…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study

The ABCD Study Webinar PowerPoint Slides The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study is a national Consortium study funded by the National Institutes of Health. To date, 11,875 children (including both singletons and twins) ages 9-10 have been enrolled across 21 data collection sites with the goal of…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Real World Supervision: Surveillance or Support

Dr. Choy-Brown will present three studies from a program of research examining supervision practice in community mental health settings. The first qualitative study yielded tensions in supervision content and format that shaped how supervisees experienced supervision as surveillance or support. The second quantitative study examined how pervasive best…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

An Overview of Female Genital Mutilation and Its Psychosocial, Psychological, and Psychosexual Consequences

This presentation will provide an overview of FGM and its psychosocial, psychological, and psychosexual consequences, as well as share best practices in working with FGM survivors. This presentation is a collaborative effort between the Critical Thinking Unit and the Center for Practice Transformation.

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

What Educators Need to Know about Trauma and Toxic Stress

Students benefit from positive relationships with teachers and school staff, which are associated with school connectedness and academic achievement. This is especially true of students who have experienced trauma or toxic stress. However, students living with the effects of trauma often experience behavioral challenges that can be challenging for…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

How Big Tobacco is Capitalizing on Adolescent Brain Development and What Health Professionals can do About it

With 1 in 5 Minnesota high school students reporting e-cigarette use in the prior month, health care professionals caring for them must understand the short and long-term impact on the adolescent and young adult brain.

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)