Mental Health Issues in Schools
09/30/2021 , 08:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Topic: What Experts say are Current Mental Health Issues in Schools
Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021
Location: VIRTUAL MEETING
Time: Begin sign in at 8:35 AM/Meeting Start 8:45 AM/Wrap up by 11:15 AM
Hosted by Slippery Rock University College of Education
NO REGISTRATION FEE
ACT 48 Credit
NBCC Continuing Education Credits for Counselors
This virtual event is supported by Magellan Behavioral Health, Clarion Psychiatric Center and Slippery Rock University
This event is designed to meet the needs of Counselors, Administrators, Teachers, College Professors and everyone who is interested in students being successful.
Meet the Presenters:
David Delvaux, Clinical Liaison, Clarion Psychiatric Center
David Delvaux, M.S, I began my career at The Watson Institute as their coordinator of Community Based Instruction/Education consultant where I provided them with 12 years of service. During this time I went on to get my Masters in rehab counseling at Clarion University. I was employed by Paoletta Counseling Services for 14 years providing counseling to kid, adolescents and adults. I am currently employed by Clarion Psychiatric Center as their Clinical Liaison for the last 6 years where I provided 14 different Mental Health Trainings throughout the state of PA and cover over 14 counties in pa in helping our patients and providers understand the services CPC provides.
Presentation: Teen Suicide
Following the presentation participants will know: Warning Signs of Suicide/Risk Factors/What to Do
Tara Karbiner, Director of Clinical Services, Magellan Behavioral Health
Tara Karbiner, MSW, LCSW graduated from Temple University in 1999 with a Master’s in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked at Magellan Behavioral Health of Pennsylvania since 2001, beginning her career there as Children’s Care Manager, promoted to Director of Child and Family Resiliency (2002-2020) and most recently promoted to Director of Clinical Services in 2020. Tara oversees the Utilization Management and Care Coordination activities for PA MA enrolled members in six PA Counties. Prior to her work at Magellan, Tara worked at a Community Mental Health Center in Philadelphia as a Case Manager, EPSDT Specialist and Outpatient therapist for children and families.
Presentation: Supporting Students Returning to School Post COVID- 19
Following the presentation participants will know: How to Identify Stressors for Children Returning/How to Create a School Environment that Supports the Child/Implement Strategies to Support Students/Provide Solutions for Caregivers (Parents) to use at Home to Support the Child.
A conversation between Dr. Keith Dils Dean College of Education and Dr. Mark Matta about good communication and how to communicate frequently with families in a culturally sensitive manner.
Mark Matta, D.O. CEO, Psych Med Associates
Mark Matta, D.O. is a native of New Castle and is a graduate of Neshannock High School. He attended Allegheny College and received his bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience with a dual minor in Classical History and Chemistry. After graduating from Allegheny, he went on to attend the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Matta completed his residency in adult psychiatry at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. Upon completion of the residency program, Dr. Matta joined his father, Shoukry Matta, M.D., in private practice at Psych Med Associates in 2007. He successfully completed and received his board certification in psychiatry from the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in 2008 and remains board certified to this day. Presently, Dr. M. Matta is the CEO of Psych Med Associates, P.C. He is on staff at Sharon Regional Hospital.
An ALL STAR PANEL
Moderator: Mark Matta
- David Delvaux, Clarion Psychiatric Center
- Tracy Shultz, M.S. is Director of Operations for Magellan Behavioral Health of PA, responsible for operations in Cambria County, Pennsylvania. Tracy was graduated from Geneva College with a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and her undergraduate degree is in Journalism from the University of Pittsburgh. Tracy has 25 years of experience in the human services field including experienced leadership in project management, program development, grant writing and facilitating training programs.
- Matt Pertile graduated from Allegheny College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Chemistry and from Chatham University with a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology, Matt began his professional work at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic. He worked with adults diagnosed with schizophrenia and other severe mental disorders. Following this work, Matt provided mental health crisis support through Resolve Crisis Network out of Pittsburgh. Matt has spent the last 10 years working for the Laurel School District as the junior / senior high school counselor and is certified as a K-12 Principal. He also works with teens & adults at Angelus Therapeutic Services in New Castle as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
- Jane V. Hale is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling and Development at Slippery Rock University where she coordinates the School Counseling Program and teaches in both the School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs. Dr. Hale has an extensive resume of practitioner experience in both the mental health and school counseling fields. She has worked as a therapist in a family-based program, started a private practice specializing in the treatment of adolescents and families, was a professional school counselor at the elementary school level, and provided counseling services to students in a public special education school. Dr. Hale holds certification as a k-12 school counselor and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania.
- Participants are encouraged to submit questions in advance. Questions must be submitted no later than September 23 Email them to email@example.com By submitting questions you will help design the agenda. We want to meet your needs.
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- This is a timely topic and is designed to be participant friendly. One of the goals of all events is to “Build Partnerships for Student Success”.
Summary of the Event Preparing Students for the World after High School
April 15, 2021
Comments about the event:
Herb Hunt events are always interesting and informative, and this one was no exception. Financial literacy is an important topic, and the resources that were shared in this seminar are useful for an educator at any level – Dr. Wayde Killmeyer Executive Director Intermediate Unit 4
I plan on reaching out to our local credit union for financial literacy curriculum – Sheri Binda, Counselor Jeannette City School District
Thank you so much for the opportunity. Financial literacy is a passion of mine and I really enjoyed listening to the speakers and hearing from the participants – Amy Davis, Career Ready State Project Co-Director Western PA Gifted Liaison Teaching and Learning
This was one of the better virtual workshops that I have attended in the last year. It was very well organized and the presenters were knowledgeable about not only their topics but also how and why it I s important for educators – Karen Eppley Bedford/ Everett Area School District Transition Coordinator
I thought this was a great start to the conversation of teaching financial literacy and having outside perspectives who are not in education on what students need to know abut financial literacy – Kelsey Poole Curriculum Specialists The Academy Schools
We are pleased to participate in an event that teaches teachers how to include personal finance in their classroom. The CrossState Credit Union Foundation is here to help local schools and other organizations form partnerships with credit unions to help deliver this critical information to students as well as others in the community – Michael Wishnow Senior Vice PresidentMarketing and Communication
The Event was recorded please view and enjoy!
Preparing Students for the World after High School
Topic: Teaching Financial Literacy K-12
April 15, 2021
Hosted by Slippery Rock University College of Education
8:35—8:45 Sign in
8:45—8:55 Welcome: Dr. Keith Dils Dean College of Education
8:55—9:20 Michael Wishnow, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communication CrossState Credit Union Association
Integrating Personal Finance Into Your School
9:20—9:45 Michael Krisuk, Financial Planner with Ameriprise
Balancing Life Today and Dreams for Tomorrow
9:45—10:10 Michael Vatter, CEO First Choice Federal Credit Union
Practicality has Practically (and Predictably) Lost
10:15—10:55 ALL STAR PANEL
Amy Davis/Michael Wishnow/Michael Krisuk/Michael Vatter
Moderator/ Dr. Wayde Killmeyer
10:55 Wrap up Send Evaluation form to email@example.com
Request Act 48 at the same email address
Financial Literacy resources padlet – https://padlet.com/amydavis7/finlitresources
Career Ready PA Coalition – www.aiu3.net/pacareerready
Allegheny Intermediate Unit
475 East Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120
Midwestern Intermediate Unit 4 www.miu4.org
Slippery Rock University College of Education Dean Keith.Dils@sru.edu
Michael Wishnow, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications, CrossState Credit Union Association, 717-839-2213
Thank you Slippery Rock University College of Education for hosting
Thank you CrossState Credit Union Association for your support
Thank you Ameriprise for your support
Thank you First Choice Federal Credit Union for your support
Thank you to all presenters and members of the ALL STAR panel
Thank you Dr. Wayde Killmeyer for moderating
Thank you Dr. Keith Dils for technical assistance
Thank you David Hunt for technical assistance
Thank you to all participants for attending
Happy Trails to You–Herb