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May 15, 2024
Contemporary Clinical Suicidology: Assessment, Treatment, and Ethics
Affiliate/Partner Event
Professional Development
Talk/Presentation
Get your ethics CEs! Each year, 15 million adults and youth in the United States experience serious thoughts of suicide. This free webinar aims to empower mental health providers (including psychologists, social workers, and counselors) across the state of Iowa to learn how to use suicide-focused screening and assessment. Ethical considerations related to suicidal risk will also be thoroughly reviewed. Learning objectives: 1) Learn to use […]
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June 11, 2024 - June 13, 2024
The 2024 How-To Symposium for School Safety, Wellbeing and Growth
Affiliate/Partner Event
Special Event
The Green Hills Area Education Agency (AEA) and the Department of Justice “STOP” Grant present: “The How-To Symposium for School Safety, Well-being and Growth” We are reminded every day of the challenges facing schools and educators.  We know the “What.” We often know the “Why.” What we need help with is the “How!”  How do […]
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Ongoing
Helping Youth F.A.C.E. (Families Act, Care, and Engage) Mental Health
Parents/Caregivers
Gain the tools to support your child’s mental health and well-being Join a judgment-free space to level up your parenting game. In this new research-backed program, learn how to: What is the overall purpose and goal of F.A.C.E? The goal of F.A.C.E is to increase caregivers’ mental health awareness by improving their knowledge, skills, and […]
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Ongoing
Obermann Workgroup – Reconceptualizing the Mental Health Crisis in Higher Education: A Mindful Journey
Higher Education
Learning and Training Opportunity
This University of Iowa working group engages participants, across the campus and beyond, to explore trauma-informed pedagogy, positive psychology, and the philosophy of the health-promoting university (via the Okanagan Charter). These lenses are used to analyze the complex issues connected to well-being and mental health in higher education. We aim to provide a cross-disciplinary space for […]
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Ongoing
Kognito Distress Intervention and Suicide Prevention Program
Higher Education
Learning and Training Opportunity
People in distress often turn to those they know rather than seek professional help. Kognito training provides skills and training for individuals help friends, family, colleagues, or anyone who is in a situation where they might be contemplating suicide. What is Kognito? Kognito is an online, interactive role-play simulation program for students, faculty, and staff […]
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Ongoing
Imposter Syndrome:  Addressing the Fear of Being a Fraud
Higher Education
Learning and Training Opportunity
A Scanlan Center for School Mental Health workshop for college/university faculty and staff We all engage in “Impostering” or believing we are not good, not deserving enough, or not producing enough in our lives at the university.  This workshop assists you with learning: 1. The definitions of Imposter Syndrome 2. What steps you can take […]
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Ongoing
When the Going Gets Tough: Leaning In, Keeping Real, and Staying Safe in De-Escalation
Higher Education
Learning and Training Opportunity
It can be exhausting working with someone who is emotionally upset and despite your best efforts to make things better, it only seems to get worse.  This workshop walks you through the steps to learn:  1.  What causes emotional escalation 2. What the steps are to take to engage in emotional de-escalation 3. How to […]
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Ongoing
Mindfulness and Meditation for Your Office
Higher Education
Learning and Training Opportunity
A Scanlan Center for School Mental Health workshop for college/university faculty and staff Resilience is not a bottomless resource. Many things can tap your resilience and leave you feeling that you do not have more to give. To fill our wells of resilience, we often need to turn inward, engage in our own self-care, and simply let […]