About this event:
This virtual event is for both members ($15) and non-members ($20), and includes one (1) CEU for attendees. As with all of our continuing education events, there are no additional registration fees or Sustaining Members.
“Conceptualizing and Treating Bullying and Other Student Behavioral Problems,”
Presented by Maury Nation, Ph.D.
Professor of Human and Organizational Development, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University
Sponsored by: Acadia Healthcare
Maury Nation, Ph.D. is a Professor of Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical/Community Psychology at the University of South Carolina. For the last 17 years he has been core faculty for the Vanderbilt Human Development Counseling program. He has focused on school-based program to prevent to bullying and chronic victimization of K-12 students. More recently, his research focused on how individual, school, and neighborhood factors interact to cause developmental problems or support positive youth development.
This presentation will focus on how the problems facing urban school districts are changing as a result of the increasing number and complexity of students problems. We discuss how problems with bullying are now embedded in a broader array of emotional and developmental problems including anxiety, trauma, and poor social and emotional skills. Finally, we discuss what we know about what works, and the best practices for counselors and counseling in school and community mental health settings.
This is a VIRTUAL EVENT using the Zoom Platform. Attendees will receive a link to join the Zoom meeting on Thursday, July 9th, along with any support materials provided by the presenter.