FREE this summer: How to Identify and Intervene for Youth in Crisis
Story Date: 5/21/2019

Educators across CPRESA are faced with students in crisis in their classrooms.

MHAT:CIT-Youth/Youth in Crisis is a 20 hour course for Classroom Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, School Social Workers, School Psychologists, and School Resource Officers. CIT-Y will teach class participants basic information on the most common Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) diagnoses of children and youth, contemporary issues that can lead to crisis, (i.e., social media, and cyber-bullying), how to identify children and youth in crisis and equip participants with skills to help them effectively intervene.

The primary goal of CIT-Y is to provide trained community professionals with skills and resources that will assist them in providing safe, healthy environments for children and youth, and refer their parents/caregivers to appropriate professionals/agencies for assistance specific to their child’s needs. 

A FREE 2 1/2 day course is available this summer at CPRESA

Target Audience: Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, School Social Workers, School Psychologists, and School Rescource Officers.

Dates: Monday, July 22, 2019    8:00-4:00

           Tuesday, July 23, 2019    8:00-4:00

           Wednesday, July 24, 2019  8:00-12:00

Location: Auditorium

Lunch on Your Own 

Registration Link:   https://www.ciclt.net/sn/resa/recl_application.aspx?CL_ID=167091&ClientCode=cpresa