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Title: Healthy Living Coordinators Training Meeting Greensboro, NC Understanding Behavior Health Issues in the Classroom


1
Healthy Living Coordinators Training
MeetingGreensboro, NCUnderstanding Behavior
Health Issuesin the Classroom
  • Christina K. Minard
  • November 7, 2012

2
Statewide Survey
3
NEW SURVEY
  • School Counselors
  • School Psychologists
  • School Resource Officers
  • School Social Workers
  • Expected to go out the first part of December

4
Most Frequent Services Requested by Students
MOST FREQUENT
  • Bullying Prevention / Intervention
  • Consultation with School Staff
  • Supportive Counseling
  • Psychological Testing
  • Collaboration with Community Groups
  • Anger Management
  • Referral and Follow Up
  • Situational Crisis Intervention
  • Individual Therapy
  • Risk Screening
  • Case Management
  • Group Therapy
  • Assessment and Treatment Planning
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Medication Co-Management
  • Play Therapy
  • Psycho-Educational Groups

LEAST FREQUENT
5
Mental / Emotional Disorders
6
Students with Mental Health Issues
The chart below shows the number of students with
a known diagnosis as reported by school nurses
from the N.C. Annual Report of School Health
Services.
Elementary Middle High Total
2009-2010 Mental Health Issues 3,043 4,279 4,629 11,951
2010-2011 Mental Health Issues 3,448 5,361 6,546 15,355
7
Students with known suicide attempts and student
deaths 2009-2011
8
Intervention Makes a Difference
9
Professional DevelopmentModules
  • Purpose of these modules
  • Help teachers Identify situations where
    behavioral health issues are impacting a
    students ability to learn
  • Increase awareness of strategies to help students
    achieve academic success
  • Recognize that PreK-12 educators and all Support
    Staff play a major role in impacting positive
    behavioral change

10
Professional DevelopmentModules
  • Statutorily, teachers are not permitted to
    diagnose behavior health issues however they can
    refer or seek additional assistance from the
    school Support Team members

11
Professional DevelopmentModules
  • Behavioral health issues are common
  • 1 in 5 students receive treatment for behavioral
    health issues
  • It is likely that many students in need go
    unnoticed and/or underserved

12
Professional DevelopmentModules
  • Behavioral health issues stem from various areas
    in life
  • Environmental
  • Biological
  • Economic
  • Social
  • Cultural
  • Trauma

13
Professional DevelopmentModules
  • These modules encompass the entire spectrum of a
    students time in school, PreK-12
  • These modules utilize comprehensive strategies to
    enhance our graduation rate and assist with the
    prevention of drop-out
  • An additional goal of these modules is to foster
    long-term connectivity between students and the
    school environment

14
Fight Between Two Students
15
When to Involve the Police
  • To understand when to involve the police,
    teachers must know the difference between
    criminal behavior and misbehavior and the laws
    concerning juveniles.

16
Module Development
  • Funds provided by Race to the Top
  • Modules can be accessed by individual teachers,
    all support staff or used in small and large
    group staff development sessions
  • Community Resources and State level resources
  • Teachers Guide provided
  • Evaluation instrument embedded at completion of
    the module

17
Teacher Guides
18
Development Team 6th 12th grade Teachers
19
Development TeamPreK-5th grade Teachers
20
Development TeamPreK-5th grade Teachers
21
Partnerships
  • Allied Health Consultant, NC Department of Public
    Instruction
  • Independent Living Resources, Inc.
  • NC Problem Gambling Prevention
  • Dare County Schools, Licensed Clinical Addictions
    Specialist
  • Dare County Schools, Retired Alternative School
    Principal
  • Davidson County Public Schools, Elementary
    Education

22
Partnerships
  • Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse
    Services
  • Early Learning Consultant, NC Department of
    Public Instruction
  • SAYSO, Inc.
  • NAMI NC Young Families Program
  • NC DHHS, Division of Mental Health, Prevention
    and Early Intervention
  • NC DPI, Federal Program Monitoring and Support
    Division

23
Partnerships
  • NC Families United
  • NC School Psychology Association
  • NC School Social Work Association
  • Race to the Top, Online Module Development
  • Raleigh Police Department, Detective Division,
    Youth Family Services
  • State School Nurse Consultant
  • Swain County Schools, School Psychologist

24
Partnerships
  • UNC-CH Department of Psychology and Psychiatry
  • Wake County Schools, Military Family Support
    Liaison
  • Wake county schools, Preschool special education
  • Wake County Schools, Principal and Teacher
  • Youth Suicide Prevention School Consultant
  • Youth Transition Program Director

25
HANDOUT
  • Includes a Table of Contents for both Modules
  • Each Module is .5 CEUs
  • NO cost to either the school system or anyone
    taking the on-line course
  • Taken entirely at your convenience
  • Contact information

26
Questions
  • http//stylishserendipity.blogspot.com/2011/05/blu
    e-ridge-parkway.html

27
Access the Modules
  • Log into https//center.ncsu.edu/nc/ Create an
    accountAuthenticate your account
  • Log into https//center.ncsu.edu/nc/
  • In Course Search box type Understanding Student
    Behavior and click Search.
  • Click on module title to be automatically
    enrolled
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