The emotional and mental health of students is paramount to their academic success. The Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference seeks to bring together education and mental health professionals to discuss the emotional, mental, and behavioral health needs of K-12 students. Presentations highlighting bullying, suicide prevention, school climate, evidenced based interventions, teaching with excellence, and many more will offer 8 hours of instruction to counselors, social workers, teachers, psychologists, SROs, coaches, nurses, and others.
This year’s conference will be held in Myrtle Beach, SC, on April 27 & 28, 2017 and will feature keynote speakers George Sugai, PhD, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut (PBIS expert) and Gloria Reeves, MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine (adolescent psychiatrist). Our theme, “Moving Toward Exemplary and High Impact School Behavioral Health,” will be explored by university professors and other experts in education and mental health to help conference attendees make a greater impact on child mental and behavioral health in the southeast.
For more detailed information about the SSBHC please see our website – www.schoolbehavioralhealth.org. You can also view and download the flyer here- https://goo.gl/ed4iLq.