Join us for a second special conversation on November 22nd 2021 to check in with our panel and each other: Where are we now? As we approach the holiday season, what considerations might we need to explore to support our staff and students?
Dr. Kira Mauseth returns to provide a more in-depth share about Long COVID behavioral health and what we are learning in our research. Derek, Karla, Mieka, and Jessica (four survivors of COVID-19, all of whom identify as long-haulers) return to share where they are now and offer recommendations for school providers.
This is not a Zoom webinar; we are structuring it as a Zoom meeting to have breakouts facilitated by each panelist to learn from each other, share, and ask questions.
Together in our main room, Kira Derek, Karla, Mieka, and Jessica will discuss and share considerations for the holiday season: how to support Long Haulers, those secondarily impacted by COVID-19, and school communities.
The breakout sections (up to participant choice) include:
1. Resilience research: How might research inform our practice? Led by Dr. Kira Mauseth
2. Compounded experiences: How might we support those with Long Haul and are COVID survivors who also have lived experience with other forms of loss and grief? Led by Jessica Gonzalez
3. Workplace leadership considerations: How might we as managers, principals, administrators, and supervisors create trauma informed, long-hauler attuned workplaces? Led by Karla Monterroso
4. Student and family partnerships: How might we, as school leaders, partner with students and families to hear and listen to their experience with Long Haul and COVID-19 to inform our policies and practices? Led by Derek Canty
5. Self-care and identity: How might the experience of COVID-19 calibrate with our sense of who we are? Led by Mieka Tennant
Register now with the Pacific Southwest & Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center!