4th Annual Growing School Mental Health Summit Resources (2019)

June 18, 2019

KEYNOTE: Implementing Culturally Responsive School Mental Health Programs: Building a Foundation for Racial Justice
Armando Hernandez, Assistant Director of Integrated Health, Madison Metropolitan School District

Keynote Slides

SESSION 1

Implementing Culturally Responsive School Mental Health Programs: From Exploration to Installation (EQUITY)
Armando Hernandez, Madison Metropolitan School District

SESSION 2

Strategic Planning for More Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems (SHAPE System – intensive 3-part session for school & community teams, for more information look here)  (IMPLEMENTATION)
Elizabeth Connors (Assisters: Jackie Hartley, Go Partner and Jenny Miller, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Community Services)

Session 2, 8 14 Presentation Slides
Participant Agenda
SHAPE Domains and Indicators Overview
Change Ideas Worksheet
Change Quadrant Graphic
SMHQA District Score Summary
SMHQA Assessment
Strategic Planning Guide

SESSION 3

Effective Teacher Consultation for Student Mental Health
(BEST PRACTICE)
Scott Caldwell, Department of Health Services
Monica Caldwell, RISE

Effective Teacher Consultation for School Mental Health (Handout)

SESSION 4

FAST (Families and Schools Together) and Positive Solutions—Parent Skill Building—Foundational for School Mental Health  (BEST PRACTICE)
Jason Meekma, Focus on Community; Pam Wedig-Kirsch, UW-Madison Extension

Session 4 Presentation Slides

SESSION 5

Referral Pathways: Best Practices in Managing Referrals and Coordinating Care (IMPLEMENTATION)
Crystal Holmes, Adams Friendship Area School District; John Grapengieser, Professional Services Group; and Kristine Sack, Lutheran Social Services

Session 5 Presentation Slides

SESSION 6


The Missing Link: The Importance of Mental Health Navigation and Coordination for Students and Families  (IMPLEMENTATION)
Jessica Bigboy, Wisconsin Family Ties and Greta Blancarte, Ashland School District

Session 6 Presentation Slides


SESSION 7

Immigration Status and Trauma: The Intersection of Immigration Status and Trauma in the Undocumented Latinx Population (EQUITY)
Celia Huerta and Johnathan Martinez, The Rainbow Project, Inc.

Session 7 Presentation Slides

SESSION 8

Strategic Planning for More Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems
(SHAPE System – intensive 3-part session for school & community teams,
(IMPLEMENTATION)
Elizabeth Connors (Assisters: Jackie Hartley, Go Partner and Jenny Miller, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Community Services)

Session 2, 8, 14 Presentation Slides
Participant Agenda
SHAPE Domains and Indicators Overview
Change Ideas Worksheet
Change Quadrant Graphic
SMHQA District Score Summary
SMHQA Assessment
Strategic Planning Guide

SESSION 9

Implementing Screening Brief Intervention Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) in Schools: Lessons Learned and Hopes for the Future (BEST PRACTICE)
Scott Caldwell, Department of Health Services
Carol Zabel, Wisconsin Safe & Healthy School

Session 9 Presentation Slides
Implementing SBIRT in Schools Handbook

SESSION 10

Innovative Funding for School Mental Health (Fund 80, CCS, Consultation, Sliding fees) (SUSTAINABILITY)
Ann Rolling, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Andrea Rittgers, Racine Unified School District; Barbie Gransee, Adams Friendship; and Leah Featherstone, Professional Services Group

SESSION 11

An Integrated Approach: Weaving Trauma Responsive and Compassion Resilience Strategies into your Local School Mental Health Initiative (IMPLEMENTATION)
Sara Daniel and Kristine Bune, SaintA, and Monica Caldwell, Department of Public Instruction

Session 11 Presentation Slide
Integrated School Mental Health Flier

SESSION 12

Taking Care of Our Grown-up Brains with Mindfulness Meditation (BEST PRACTICE)
Donna Rifkin, Community Care Resources

Session 12 & 18 Presentation Slides


SESSION 13

Implicit Bias and Health Equity by Naomi Takahashi, MSW, LCSW, UW-Health  (EQUITY)

SESSION 14

Strategic Planning for More Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems (SHAPE System – intensive 3-part session for school & community teams, for more information look here)  (IMPLEMENTATION)
Elizabeth Connors (Assisters: Jackie Hartley, Go Partner and Jenny Miller, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin – Community Services)

Session 2, 8, 14 Presentation Slides
Participant Agenda
SHAPE Domains and Indicators Overview
Change Ideas Worksheet
Change Quadrant Graphic
SMHQA District Score Summary
SMHQA Assessment
Strategic Planning Guide

SESSION 15

Therapy in Schools: Exploring Two Models That Really Work – Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)(BEST PRACTICE) Jennifer Scott, Children’s Institute for Child and Family Wellbeing

Session 15 Presentation Slides

SESSION 16

Best Practices in the Evolution of a School Mental Health Consortium (SUSTAINABILITY)
Lee Shipway of Peaceful Solutions Counseling and Jennifer Smith of Bridge Community Health Clinic, Co-chairs of Marathon County School-Based Counseling Consortium; and Jeff Lindell, Everest Area School District; Kristin Jacobson, Marathon County Special Education; and Hannah Schommer, Marathon County Health Department

SESSION 17

Using the Neurosequential Model to Plan Treatment for Students who are Impacted by Trauma  (BEST PRACTICE)
Sara Daniel and Adrianne Walschinski, SaintA

Session 17 Presentation Slides
My emotional Regulation Plan 3rd – 5th (Handout)
My Emotional Regulation Plan K – 2nd
My Emotional Regulation Plan MS-HS
Sensory Seeking and Avoiding Examples
Sensory Diet Checklist

SESSION 18

Taking Care of Our Grown-up Brains with Mindfulness Meditation (BEST PRACTICE)
Donna Rifkin, Community Care Resources

Session 12 & 18 Presentation Slides