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Mental Health in Schools: How Invisible Problems Lead to Visible Consequences

What are students thinking?

For teachers, this question can be hard to answer. Students' lives are complicated, and sources of stress and upset can be found both inside and outside of the classroom.

Join us at the 2020 FEA Spring Panel for a conversation exploring mental health in schools.

Teachers and educational staff are on the front lines when it comes to identifying and supporting students with mental health disorders. What are some of the warning signs? Will you know how to respond?

Objective 

Learn basic information, tips, and strategies on ways to create a better learning atmosphere for students who have a mental health illness.

Details

Wednesday, March 18
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
GC 140

Panelists

Andrea Adelman, PhD
Instructor and Program Director, Early Childhood Education
Department of Teaching and Learning
Florida International University
aadelman@fiu.edu

Isaac Burt, PhD
Associate Professor, Counseling
Department of Counseling, Recreation and School Psychology
Florida International University
iburt@fiu.edu

Philip J. Lazarus, PhD
Associate Professor, School Psychology
Department of Counseling, Recreation and School Psychology
Florida International University
lazarusp@fiu.edu

Andy Pham, PhD
Associate Professor, School Psychology
Department of Counseling, Recreation and School Psychology
Florida International University
avpham@fiu.edu