Indiana School Mental Health Initiative

Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University

  • Where is the best place to improve the social, emotional, and mental health of as many people as we possibly could? Answer: Our schools.
  • Stressed brains do not learn the same as brains that feel safe, feel connection, and can manage emotions.
  • Resilient school staff and students lead to resilient and thriving families, and communities.
  • About ISMHI

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Cathy Pratt, Ph.D., ISMHI Director
prattc@indiana.edu
Christy Gauss, M.S.W., ISMHI Facilitator
jcgauss@indiana.edu
(812) 855-6508

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Sep. 24 2019

Educating the Whole Child Summit – Save the Date

Save the Date – February 19 & 20, 2020

Whole Child Summit Logo

Indiana’s 2nd Annual
Educating the Whole Child Summit

Creating Conditions for Learning

Sponsored by Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
Indiana University—Bloomington
with the Indiana Department of Education and
the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction

A Two-Day Summit on
February 19 & 20, 2020
Indianapolis Marriott East

Attend the Summit to:

• Learn from state and national experts
• Work interactively with your district team during dedicated team planning time, and leave with a workbook of steps for implementation
• Hear how school districts are creating conditions for learning and reallocating resources to address needs of the whole child within school frameworks
• Connect to resources and supports
• Explore how to create better school-based mental health services and collaborative efforts with community partners
• Network with speakers, exhibitors, and other districts outside presentations

 

More-detailed information coming soon.  Questions? Please contact Christy Gauss at jcgauss@indiana.edu

 

Logo for Division of Mental Health and AddictionLogo for Indiana Department of Education

Time:
12:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Location:
Indianapolis, IN
Registration:
Not Available
Cost:
Not Available
Sep. 25 2019

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff… and Beyond Workshop, 9/25/2019

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe Community Schools

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage; 11/8/19 – Fort Wayne;

12/13/19 – Indianapolis and 1/15/20 – West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools
Education Support Center
2801 Grantline Rd., New Albany, IN 47150

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

For more details visit:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
New Albany, IN
Registration:
go.iu.edu/2bbk
Cost:
90.00
Oct. 11 2019

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff… and Beyond Workshop, 10/11/2019

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe School Corporation

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage; 11/8/19 – Fort Wayne;

12/13/19 – Indianapolis and 1/15/20 – West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

Tippecanoe School Corporation
Riverside Community Center
2850 Old U.S. 231
Lafayette, IN 47909

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

 

For more information visit:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
Lafayette, IN
Registration:
go.iu.edu/2bbk
Cost:
90.00
Oct. 18 2019

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff… and Beyond Workshop, 10/18/2019

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe Community Schools

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage; 11/8/19 – Fort Wayne;

12/13/19 – Indianapolis and 1/15/20 – West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

Portage Township Schools

Media Center

6450 US Hwy. 6

Portage, IN 46368

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

For more information:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
Portage, IN
Registration:
go.iu.edu/2bbk
Cost:
90.00
Nov. 08 2019

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff… and Beyond Workshop, 11/8/2019

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe Community Schools

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage;

11/8/19 – Fort Wayne; 12/13/19 – Indianapolis and

1/15/20 – West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

Fort Wayne Community Schools
Family & Community Engagement Center
230 E Douglas Ave., Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

For more information visit:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
Fort Wayne, IN
Registration:
go.iu.edu/2bbk
Cost:
90.00
Dec. 13 2019

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff… and Beyond Workshop – 12/13/19

 

 

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe Community Schools

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage; 11/8/19 – Fort Wayne;

12/13/19 – Indianapolis and 1/15/20 – West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

MSD Lawrence Township Schools
Lawrence Education and Community Center
6501 Sunnyside Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46236

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

For more information visit:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
Indianapolis, IN
Registration:
go.iu.edu/2bbk
Cost:
90.00
Jan. 15 2020

We Start With a Breath: Self-Regulation Techniques for School Staff and Beyond Workshop, 1/15/2020

Sponsored by the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

In collaboration with:
New Albany Floyd County Consolidated Schools, MSD Lawrence Township Schools, Portage Township Schools
Vigo County School Corporation, Fort Wayne Community Schools, & Tippecanoe Community Schools

 

Presented by

Megan Hider, M.S. and Father Robert Lyons, M.Div., BCC, CPES
Eskenazi Health

 

Dates/Locations:

9/25/19 – New Albany; 10/11/19 – Lafayette; 10/18/19 – Portage; 11/8/19 – Fort Wayne;

12/13/19Indianapolis and 1/15/2020West Terre Haute

Address for this workshop:

Vigo County School Corporation
West Vigo Elementary School Conference Center
501 W Olive St., West Terre Haute, IN 47888

Workshop Overview

Trauma is a reality of life. In addition to our own personal experiences of trauma, we often absorb the trauma of others. Among educators, the traumas experienced by children may be varied in origin, but they can often take a significant toll on the classroom environment in general, and on those who teach in particular. It becomes vital to understand both primary and secondary trauma, how we react physically, mentally, and spiritually to traumatic stimuli, and how we can journey with trauma in ways that renew, rejuvenate, and give life. You will leave this workshop with skills to self-regulate far beyond the traditional self-care methods you’ve learned in the past.

Presenter Bios

Megan Hider holds a Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Ball State University, and is the Wellness Coordinator for the Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center at Eskenazi Health. She is a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Mrs. Hider has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups with, among others, teachers and staff from Indianapolis Public Schools.

Father Robert Lyons holds a Master of Divinity from Saint Alcuin House Seminary, and is the Manager of the Eskenazi Health Center for Spiritual Care and Education. He is a board certified chaplain, a board certified Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor, and a certified practitioner of Mind-Body Medicine. Fr. Lyons has facilitated Mind-Body Skills Groups in various environments. As a member of the national faculty of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, he has journeyed with the Center in providing Mind-Body training in the wake of natural disasters.

Who Should Attend

General education teachers, special education teachers, instructional assistants, administrators, counselors, social workers, nurses and anyone interested in this topic.

Certificates of Attendance and CEUs

Certificates of Attendance for 5 hours will be available at no charge and can be used for:

  • Professional Growth Plan Points.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Continuing Education credits for speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and occupational therapist assistants licensing requirements.
  • Indiana Professional Licensing Agency for Category I Continuing Education hours for Social Workers (LSW), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Addiction Counselors (LAC), Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), Marriage and Family Therapist Associates (LMFTA), Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Mental Health Counselor Associates (LMHCA), and Clinical Addiction Counselors (LCAC) licensing requirements.

Cost/Schedule

The registration fee is $90. Payment is by credit card or purchase order only.  The workshops are scheduled from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm (all local times), with check-in beginning at 8:30 am. Space is limited to 100 participants at each location. Lunch will be on your own.  All registrations are final; no money will be refunded.

Registration Link:  http://go.iu.edu/2bbk

Questions

If you have questions about the workshop content, please contact Christy Gauss, MSW at jcgauss@indiana.edu or 812-855-6508. Registration questions should be directed to Indiana University Conferences at 800-933-9330 or to Melissa at iuconfs@indiana.edu

 

For more details visit:  https://lookupindiana.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/WewstartWithABreathFlyer20192020081919.pdf

 

Time:
08:30 am - 03:30 pm
Location:
West Terre Haute, IN
Registration:
See Above
Cost:
90.00

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