Picking Up the Pieces: Resiliency and the Return to Education During COVID-19
This workshop will provide school based behavioral health and community based providers a supportive space to learn and share how we are planning and processing the return to educational settings during the COVID-19 pandemic, and its considerable impact on our practice.
This workshop will address ethical considerations in meeting the needs of students during this health crisis, provide guidance related to mental health service delivery, strategies for speaking with families, and supportive resources. Using the various lenses of micro, mezzo, and macro levels, participants will examine techniques, interventions, and resources associated with the return to educational settings this fall.
- Using the various lenses of micro, mezzo, and macro levels, participants will be able to demonstrate understanding and awareness of issues in the transition back to educational settings.
- Participants will explore potential consequences and outcomes associated with the transition back to educational settings, and the impact on mental health practice.
- Using the various lenses of micro, mezzo, and macro levels, participants will be able to identify and implement techniques, interventions, and utilize resources associated with returning to educational settings.
2 CE’s for social workers, psychologists, CASAC, LMFT, LMHC and LCAT.
Time: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Date: August 27, 2020
Zoom registration link will be sent one day prior to the event. Confirmation of your registration will be automatically sent upon receipt of payment.
$45.00 Alumni/Current Field Instructor/Adjunct
$20.00 Current AU Student
Kari Tabag, PhD(c), LCSW-R, has worked in public and higher education settings for the past 21 years. Kari is a school social worker with the New York City Department of Education for the Committee on Special Education, and an adjunct professor in the Master of Social Work program at Adelphi University. She also maintains a private practice working with adolescents, emerging adults, and families. Kari is co-chair for the Asian American Psychological Association’s (AAPA) Education and Training Committee (ETC) and is a committee member of the National Association of Social Work’s (NASW) New York State Diversity committee. Kari holds a Master of Social Work degree from Adelphi University where she is also a social work doctoral candidate, working on her dissertation. Kari’s research focuses on the psychological impact of gendered racial microaggressions. Kari published the chapter, The DSM-5 and the omission of Asperger’s disorder, in The cause of Autism: Concepts and misconceptions (Tabag, 2014). Kari also provides training and workshops with the mission of promoting social justice and advocacy.