LCPS Mental Health and Wellness Conference 2022 has ended

Loudoun County Public Schools Department of Student Services is pleased to host the 4th Annual Mental Health and Wellness Conference.  

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Saturday, January 29 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Supporting Resilience in Students with Disabilities Through Collaborative Problem-Solving

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Students with disabilities are more likely to be impacted by pandemic-related stressors that limit academic, behavioral and social emotional outcomes. Home-school collaborative problem-solving can proactively address risk factors that create barriers to success. In this session, caregivers will gain strategies for promoting resilience in children by working collaboratively with schools.

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Meeting number: 2316 981 0230
Password: fMjf3Ckx4P3

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Access code: 231 698 10230

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Kelly Henderson, PhD

Executive Director, Formed Families Forward
A special educator by profession, Kelly is a former public school teacher of students with emotional and behavioral disorders, and has worked in national and federal special education policy and research settings. Kelly’s family is formed in part through public foster care and adoption... Read More →
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Beth Spivack, MSW

Family and Support Outreach Director, Formed Families Forward
Beth worked in marketing communications at both for-profit and nonprofit organizations for a number of years, but was inspired to change careers and become a social worker after adopting a child internationally.  She earned a Master of Social Work from VCU in 2014.  In school she... Read More →

Saturday January 29, 2022 11:00am - 11:50am EST