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Implementation of Counseling Services in Florida's Schools

  • Saturday, November 19, 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Live via Zoom Online

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Implementation of Counseling Services in Florida's Schools

Online via Zoom

Saturday, November 19th

10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Description

Studies have suggested that implementation of mental health services in schools provides early identification of mental health challenges, prevention programs, and other treatment options for underserved youth. The implementations of services offers opportunities for community health organizations, individual practices, and other agencies to develop an integrated comprehensive collaboration in formulating evidence based programs to support students needs and develop skills in dealing with conflict, bullying, problem solving, and development of healthy relationships. This creates opportunities for family supports and resources, early intervention services to formulate clinical groups: (grief, anger, anxiety, sadness), help identify early warning signs of mental health issues with students, and develop a referral process to ensure that all students have equal access to services and mental health supports. This ultimately may help build relationships to help reduce the stigma associated with mental health treatment. (Foster, et.al.,2005).

Learning Objectives

Objective 1 - Participants will be able to describe how past and current events have shaped mental health services in Florida’s schools.

Objective 2- Participants will be able to identify and describe the current theories and models for implementing mental health counseling in schools.

Objective 3 - Participants will be able to define roles, boundaries, and rules for licensed clinicians when working in school settings.

Objective 4 - Participants will be able to explain the legal and ethical limitations associated with implementing mental health services regarding parental bill of rights in school districts across Florida.

Presenter


Taurean Wilson, LMHC, CFMHE

Taurean Wilson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a qualified supervisor. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is the founder of Enlightened Pathways, a counseling company where he provides individual therapy, family therapy, consultations, workshops, and clinical supervision. Taurean Wilson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for Flagler Schools serving the elementary, middle school, and high school population. Taurean's therapeutic approach is Trauma-Focused. He uses a wide range of evidence based trauma focused modalities to help facilitate expected outcomes. He a member of the crisis response team and is responsible for conducting threat assessments and mental health evaluations. Taurean has published many articles including one InSession article January: Inadequate Support Systems: Survival of the Fittest., Stop the Stigma: Building Empathy in Flagler Schools: 2021 Palm Coast Observer.

Cost

$10 for Counseling Students. 

$20 for SFACC Clinical

$30 for non‑SFACC members.  

Free for affiliate members/pastors.

Please email admin@sfacc.net for your registration code.

Affiliate membership is free for Pastors, Church Ministry Leaders, Lay Counselors, Marriage Mentors, non‑licensed counselors, and retired counselors.

Partnered with the National Board of Forensic Evaluators (NBFE) and sponsored by the Graduate Counseling Program of Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA).

This workshop has been approved for 2 (General) hours of continuing education with the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, & Mental Health Counseling and the Florida Board of Psychology, CE Broker Tracking #20-962142 (CE Broker Provider BAP #820).  

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