MONDAY June 25th

MHFA (youth) ~204 Psych 8a-5p~
How can you help a person experiencing a panic attack? What would you say to a person you know who says they are thinking of suicide? MHFA teaches the non-mental health professional how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Donna Dickman

Objectives:
1. Participants will learn of the prevalence of mental illness in the United States along with the disability experienced by people with mental health problems.
2. Participants will learn the “ALGEE Model”, designed to help non-mental health professionals be able to assist a person developing mental health problems or experiencing a mental health crisis get the help they may need.
3. Participants will participate in a case study and apply the ALGEE Model to a person of concern to practice ALGEE Model skills taught.

Project-Based Learning & Its Value to You ~110 Marcum 9a-5p~
Project Based Learning has become an essential arrow in the quiver of youth development and education. But are we doing it right? So often, when they’re leading projects youth choose to take action and make a difference in the world around them. They want the vibrance and vitality of leading change, creating difference and fostering transformation in their own lives and the lives of their families, communities and the world. That’s a tremendous opportunity! Think of the differences we could make as adult allies if we simply made space for young people to lead the projects they learn from, allowing them to create positive, powerful change in the world around us! Wow! Exclamation points! How can project-based learning be a part of your youth led program. Adam Fletcher

Objectives: COMING SOON

Creating Value based and Inclusion Messaging (formerly Maximizing Prevention Resources to address complex Social Problem) ~154 Marcum 9a-12~
Can your organization or coalition bring about changes it would like to make to address complex social problems? This three-hour workshop will highlight best practices for authentic community engagement for your organization or coalition in addressing social problems. Participants will learn how to engage in meaningful collaboration to improve behavioral health and prevention business practices. To promoting resilience in our communities to sustaining community change is the goal of this workshop. Beverly Watts-Davis

Objectives:
1. Learn what is value based and inclusion messaging.
2. Learn how to implement this messaging for all communities
3. Learn the features and benefits and methods to communicate.

Leading in a Collaborative Environment (formerly Innovation & Strategic Leadership) ~158 Marcum 9a-12~
This session will focus on the collective responsibilities of individuals and teams for exemplary performance in a collaborative environment. Clear ideas, concrete examples, and group interaction will highlight the session around the objectives listed below. Jay Johnson & Jim Mahoney

Objectives:
1. Understand what it means to be a collaborative leader.
2. Identify specific strategies that promote effective teamwork.
3. Participate in team building exercises that foster collaboration.

Six Sigma Tools for Measure ~180 Marcum 9a-12:30~
In this workshop, you will learn about Six Sigma tools for measure. Basic information about data and how to interpret it is necessary for successful decision-making in quality assurance and improvement projects. Methods and tools learned in this session are foundational in a Lean Six Sigma approach. Beth Gersper

Objectives:
1. Identify 2 types of data
2. Identify 4 characteristics of data
3. Be able to interpret basic information about data from several different charts

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) ~180 Marcum 1-4p~
The 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying “Yes” to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor. Denise Meine-Graham

Objectives:
1. Recognize the warning signs of suicide
2. Know how to offer hope
3. Know how to get help and save a life

STAR; Civilian Professionals, Military Sensitivity ~108 Marcum 9a-4:30p~
Tier One introduces military culture, including information about the impact of deployment on families and children. Captain David Kirker

Objectives:
1. Recognize the structure and major components of the United States military.
2. Identify common characteristics of the military population and how they compare to the general population.
3. Identify stressors commonly confronted by Service members and their families before, during, and after deployment.

PAX / Kernels / Tools ~158 Marcum 1-4p~
Join us for an engaging session on how PAX and the community companion, Kernels for Life, support a community-wide environmental prevention strategy! We will focus on seven simple strategies that support youth self-regulation. Kernels for Life Kits will be given to the first 30 participants! Carmen Irving

Objectives:
1. Participants will be able to determine how PAX and Evidence-Based Kernels for Life support one another as a community-wide, environmental prevention strategy.
2. Participants will be able to describe the seven evidence-based Kernels from the Kernels for Life program and how they overlay with the ten evidence-based Kernels and Cues from PAX.
3. Participants will identify how to teach behavior as a skill-set resulting in youth self-regulation.

Ethics ~185 Marcum 9a-5p~
As a substance abuse prevention professional, you regularly face situations that involve ethics. In some of these situations you may not be aware of your ethical responsibility or know how to respond ethically. This training is designed to help you make ethical choices in your work every day. The trainers will describe the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics, illustrated by realistic examples designed to enhance your understanding of each principle. Lori Higgins & Craig Comedy

Objectives:
1. Define ethics and related terms
2. Describe the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics
3. Use an ethical decision-making process to apply the Prevention Code of Ethics

MHFA (youth) 131 Psych 8a-5p
This course is for adults to help understand youth ages 12 – 18. YMHFA reviews the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems and emphasizes the importance of early intervention and covers how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge. Lucy Flowers & Kaprice Pickering

Objectives:
1. Participants will understand similarities between typical youth developmental behaviors and behaviors associated with developing mental health problems.
2.Participants will be able to recognize the warning signs of suicide and ask the appropriate questions to aid a person in crisis.
3. Participants will learn of the ALGEE Safety Plan and be able to apply to a case scenario.

Children of Trauma ~154 Marcum 1-4p~
This course provides content related to grief versus trauma, trauma exposure, trauma to be
viewed as an experience rather than a diagnostic category, trauma’s impact on the brain, the
Adverse Childhood Experiences Study and additional information and strategies to support the
evidence-based structured sensory
interventions TLC developed. Danielle Ratcliff

Objectives:
1. Distinguish the differences between grief reactions and trauma reactions and examine the wide range of adverse experiences that can cause trauma reactions.
2. Explore how trauma impacts brain functions of memory, emotional regulation,
behavior and learning.
3. Demonstrate how to be a caring, curious witness to help trauma survivors heal.