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Overview of Suicide Risk Assessment & Prevention

The presenter will provide you with a step-by-step approach for assessing, mitigating, and documenting suicide risk when working with military service members and their families.

Intersections of Resilience and Vulnerability: A Study of over 1000 Youth in Military Families

Transition and change are hallmarks of life in military families, and youth and their families continually navigate and negotiate the demands related to military service. In the face of challenges, military families demonstrate remarkable coping and resilience. Family science researchers at The University of Georgia have conducted two recent studies...

Wellness Strategies, Burnout Prevention, & Mindfulness – Part 2

This webinar explores current research findings linked to wellness and mindfulness and how those in helping professional roles can utilize this information to implement preventative and restorative practices in their work and personal lives.

Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Understanding Social Emotional Development

About This Webinar This 1.5-hour webinar focuses on the importance of social-emotional development and lifelong outcomes for young children with disabilities.  Evidence-based outcomes for young children with disabilities related to developmental milestone achievement, school and academic success, and life skills development are explored. Presenters also share cultural, ethnic, racial, and...

Power of an Anthem

As a follow-up to the OneOp Family Transitions webinar "Building Resiliency During Change - Finding Courage Within”, an interview was conducted with facilitator Trisha Wohlfeil, to provide additional content which Military service providers can use immediately in their work and within the community.

Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Promoting Positive Relationships

About This Webinar The focus of this webinar is the importance of social-emotional development and lifelong outcomes for young children with disabilities. Presenters discuss research evidence highlighting the importance of healthy and positive relationships between children and their caregivers. Cultural, ethnic, racial, and linguistic variations on parent-child interactions and expectations and...

Social Emotional Development in the Early Years: Creating Supportive and Inclusive Environments

About This Webinar The importance of creating supportive and inclusive environments to promote social-emotional development in young children with disabilities is the focus of this 1.5-hour webinar. Research studies highlighting the impact of supportive environments on children's social-emotional development are shared as well as evidence-based strategies parents and military family...