View Upcoming Sessions "Navigating Mental Health in SWFL Schools" On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Mental Health Navigators Peggy Jugmahansingh, Joseph R. Craig, Jeannine Sparkes and Richard Keelan, Child Advocacy Supervisor for Golisano Children’s Hospital discussed “Navigating [...].
View Upcoming Sessions "Using Aromatherapy for Upleveling Kids’ Mental Health" On Monday, August 31, Kari Davis, holistic life coach, essential oil educator and founder of The Well Team discussed "Using Aromatherapy for Upleveling Kids’ Mental [...].
View Upcoming Sessions "Tips for Helping Kids Stay Safe at Home Alone" On Monday, August 24, Julie Noble, child advocate for Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida discussed "Tips for Helping Kids Stay Safe at [...].
View Upcoming Sessions "Prevention in Today's World - Just Say No to the Old Prevention Models!" On Monday, August 17, Deborah Comella, Executive Director of the Lee County Coalition for a Drug-Free SWFL and Jonathan [...].
View Upcoming Sessions "Back to School: Navigating Social-Emotional Learning" On Monday, August 10, Sherry Wenzel, Mental Health Services Coordinator for the School District of Lee County, and Caroline Brennan, Supervisor for Mental Health Supports and [...].
Rachel McCabe knows what patients are going through because she went through it herself. That is why she is the perfect person to help children stay focused on school while they are in the hospital. Rachel is the new Golisano Children's Hospital school teacher, a position funded [...].
By Jason Sabo, Ph.D., site supervisor at Lee Health’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Practice There is no doubt that COVID-19 will have long-term mental health implications. But forcing families to spend time together during stay-at-home, work-at-home and virtual learning [...].
View Upcoming Sessions “Tools for Helping Children Grieve During the Pandemic” On Monday, August 3, Angela Melvin, founder and CEO of Valerie’s House and April Lavigne, Lee County school teacher and Valerie’s House mom, discussed [...].
View Upcoming Sessions Key Takeaways – July 27, 2020 | 7 p.m. Mental Health Mondays - “Why Minority Mental Health Matters” View the Live Segment On Monday, July 27, five local mental health experts discussed [...].
View Upcoming Sessions Key Takeaways – July 20, 5:00 p.m. Kelly Maguire, Founder of Florida SouthWestern State College’s Active Minds Chapter “It’s OK to Grieve: Validating Students in a Time of Crisis” Accepting the [...].