The ISF West Coast Party Webinars: Enhancing MTSS - Integrating Student Mental Health and Wellness through Systems, Data, and Practices
The Northwest MHTTC and the Pacific Southwest MHTTC are continuing our partnership to provide deeper technical assistance on the Interconnected Systems Framework.
Led by Susan Barrett, MA, and University of Southern California (USC) trauma-informed specialists Steve Hydon, Pamela Vona, and Vivien Villaverde, we invite you to explore the ISF framework by examining systems change (structures and leadership), data, and the practices (services and supports) needed to ensure student support equity.
Our fall offering is made up of 4 modules and ends with a town hall for you to be able to ask questions & resource one another. Each module includes teaching from Susan Barrett and field leaders on ISF systems and USC faculty on ISF practices.
You may attend as much or little as desired, though we do recommend attending the systems sessions before the practices sessions.
FALL 2020 SCHEDULE:
Module 1: ISF in Virtual Conditions
10/20/20 - ISF Systems in Virtual Conditions w/Susan Barrett
10/22/20 - Secondary Traumatic Stress and Educator Well Being
Module 2: ISF + Trauma Informed Approaches
10/27/20 - ISF Systems & Trauma-Informed Approaches w/Susan Barrett
11/5/20 - Virtual Adaptations of Psychological First Aid
11/17/20 - Virtual Adaptations of Trauma Informed Skills for Educators
Module 3: ISF + Tiers 2 & 3
12/1/20 - ISF Systems and Tiers 2 & 3 w/Susan Barrett
12/3/20 - Virtual adaptations of SSET/Bounce Back
Module 4: ISF & Equity
1/12/21 - Secondary Traumatic Stress & BIPOC Educator Well Being
1/19/21 - ISF Systems & Equity w/Susan Barrett
1/21/21 - Racial Violence and Trauma and Schools
ISF West Coast Town Hall:
1/26/21 - ISF systems & practices in this moment with Susan Barrett & USC
Please note: This event will be limited to 500 attendees. Access to the live event will be available to registered participants on a first come, first serve basis. To secure a spot, we invite you to log on 5 - 10 minutes prior to the event.