Attending one of these free webinars is an easy way of doing just that :)
This post is part of the monthly series, Mental Health Webinars for You, featuring the registration information for free webcasts for this month in the field of social work and mental health.
For a quick overview of the topics covered in this month's selection, please see the above word cloud.
Free Webinars for December:
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
Dec 2 at 2:30-4PM EST: "explore and share the ways they have seen slut shaming culture among youth impact youth survivors of sexual assault and abuse, and brainstorm strategies to resist and transform the culture of slut shaming we live in…"Child Neglect: A Review
Tribal Forensic Healthcare
Dec 2 at 3-4:30PM EST: "A review of the risks and potential problems for children who are felt to be victims of neglect… a population that has better potential for early recognition and intervention for the benefit of the child, and… caregivers…"Creating Community Solutions: How To Connect to the National Discussion on Mental Health
Dec 3 at 12:30 -2PM EST: "ways to bring together the mental health and juvenile justice systems to address youth needs... highlighting how to build on existing community engagement activities to improve local partnerships…"Promoting Positive Development among Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions
RTC for Pathways to Positive Futures
Dec 3 at 1PM EST: "outlines the Pathways model... how providers can work... with young people who experience serious mental health conditions... based on research showing "what works,"... promoting wellbeing and flourishing..."Unmasking Hidden Eating Disorders
The Renfrew Center
Dec 4 at 12PM EST: "understand why individuals might “hide” behind an inaccurate diagnosis... how to distinguish an eating disorder from the presentation put forth by clients who misrepresent their symptoms, knowingly or unwittingly..."