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Public Health Approaches to Suicide Prevention: Working with Military Spouses and Families

Discover how service providers can best support military spouses and family members through a trauma-informed lens of suicide prevention. Explore the impacts of deployment, periods of parental absence from the family system, trauma exposure, and spillover effects for military-connected marriages and parent-child relationships. Dr. Keita Franklin, Co-Director of the Columbia...


Improving Health and Wellness by Getting Outside

Biophilia is a hypothesis that humans have an innate desire and need to connect with nature. Decades of research confirm that people experience myriad health and wellness benefits when they spend time interacting with nature—from increased physical activity to improved emotional wellbeing. But the amount of time we Americans spend...


Harmony of Expression: Exploring Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood Through Expressive Art Approaches

This webinar weaves together foundations of social emotional development during middle childhood (6-12 years old) and the role of expressive art in nurturing their overall development, particularly within the context of transitions, grief, and loss. Presenters will focus on the principles, foundations, and evidence-base of expressive art approaches, including techniques...


Federal Student Aid: Repayment 101

This webinar covers the basics of repaying federal student loans. Topics include types of repayment plans, forgiveness and cancellation programs, benefits of consolidating, getting loans out of default, and types of deferments and forbearances. Also included is a discussion on certain one-time protections like the on-ramp for student loan payments...


Food Allergies: An Overview and Update

Food allergies are a growing global health concern.  In the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of food allergy. Attend this webinar to learn state of the art, evidence-based practical approaches to common pediatric food allergies. By the end of this webinar, attendees...


Navigating Intersectionality in the Treatment of Youth Problematic Sexual Behavior

This webinar delves into the topic of Sexual Behavior in Children and Youth (SBCY) through the lens of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB). This session emphasizes the importance of understanding and addressing the unique challenges faced by children and families of color when youth exhibit problematic sexual behavior (PSB)....


Rooted in Resilience: Cultivating Well-Being in Individuals with Disabilities

This webinar explores the transformative power of gardens and gardening in enhancing the lives of individuals facing diverse disabilities. Discover how gardens, thoughtfully designed and inclusive spaces, can serve as therapeutic havens, promoting physical, emotional, cognitive and social well-being. Learn about the wide-ranging benefits of gardening, from sensory stimulation to...


Empowering Parents to Safeguard the Well-Being of Black Girls

Family involvement in the clinical treatment process for children and youth is a strong indicator of treatment success. Thus, understanding how to deliver culturally informed care can strengthen the relationships of service providers and the families you serve. This webinar covers culturally competent care for military families impacted by problematic...


Embracing Identity: Fostering Positive Emotional Growth in Teens and Young Adults

Adolescence is a time when meaningful relationships are at the nexus of social life, education, and mental health. This interactive presentation will focus on how our personal and professional relationships with the youth in our care can foster and support educational and social-emotional development. Learning Objectives: In this webinar we...


The Art of Connection: Empowering Professionals to Respond Positively to Challenging Behaviors – Part 1

There are many factors that affect behavior, such as attention deficit disorder/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD), language difficulties, information processing disabilities, prenatal/postnatal conditions, and others. Behavior is usually labeled as positive or challenging. However, it is important for professionals to understand that many children display “mistaken behavior,” and this “behavior” must be...


Diet Quality, the Gut Microbiome, and Health Disparities

Does dietary intake shift microbial ecology and function toward the formation of harmful microbial metabolites that contribute to cancer risk?  Recent research has discovered that dietary intake and microbes may be associated with health disparities.  Attend this webinar to learn how we can translate research into actionable interventions and future...


Walk, Run, Dance, Play: Tips to Get Your Community Moving

Physical activity is vital to improving the health of people of all ages. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides evidence-based guidance to help Americans maintain or improve their health through physical activity, including recommendations for the amount and types of physical activity individuals need. Despite known benefits, only 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 5 adolescents in the United States meet federal guidelines.