Professional Development Series
Reduce Stigma. Receive Information. Reflect on Strategies.
Due to school closures that have taken place as a precaution to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus/COVID-19, our Caregiver Education Sessions from March - June 2020 have been cancelled.
During these unprecedented times, we are exploring innovative ways of providing mental health education to caregivers. Click the image to find out what we are currently offering.
The Education Team of Children, Youth and Families – Addiction and Mental Health - Edmonton Zone (Alberta Health Services) is proud to provide school staff with these professional development presentations to increase their awareness and knowledge of mental health challenges which children and adolescents may experience. The Professional Development Series is intended to provide school professionals with information and evidence-based strategies that will support student mental health.
Our professional development series aims to meet the current and changing needs of school professionals. Each session will actively engage participants through discussion, case studies, and/or activities. We encourage you to select the presentation(s) from the list below that would best meet the needs of your staff and student population.
Our presenters are Mental Health Educators with extensive knowledge of addiction and mental health issues impacting children, adolescents, families and school communities.
Keeping Scattered Kids on Track: A Review of ADHD & Practical Strategies for School Professionals
Your school is welcome to book a daytime session for your school, catchment or district. Presentations will be hosted by one school, but you are welcome to invite staff from other schools to attend.