Supporting Mental Health in Challenging Times
These presentations were originally developed for non-mental health staff who work with youth or families but they may also be a useful refresher for mental health professionals. Several of the videos include role plays and group discussion suggestions for agencies who may want to use these as a group staff training. And, workshop 3B (a review of RCCMHC tools and local resources) could be helpful for anyone who works with youth or families!
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Learn the 3 R’s of mindfulness to increase family engagement and manage our own personal stress reactions. Hear from families about "Whole Family Wellbeing" and the need for Understanding, Empathy & Hope. Discuss de-escalation strategies and how to respond to youth/families in crisis. 1 hr. 24 min
Workshop 3 A
Strengthen Families with coping strategies and resources for mind-body health promotion. Hear from youth/families about the the impact on the family system and the need for a strengths based approach. Apply this understanding to screening tools like the Eco Map. 53 min.
Learn how to use tools on the RCCMHC website: virtual CALM Room, Family Care Organizer, Bulletin Board, the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative Resource guide, etc. We will practice a parent-guided Resource Navigation tool and review the Supporting Youth & Families in Challenging Times guide. This presentation ends with final words from youth/families. 1 hr. 22 min.
Click on this button to download a pdf of the full workshop which includes clickable links for all of the extended learning and resources that were presented.
More Recorded Trainings
Visit this page to watch past professional trainings that have been offered by our community partners and local experts. You will find presentations on De-escalation, Chemical Health, Trauma Informed Must be Race Informed, Crisis Response in a Pandemic, Heal the Healer and more!
Support Families in Crisis
Increased stress and isolation are leading to increased mental health, substance use, and maltreatment issues... so more families are experiencing crises and need support.
Visit this page to find printable resources on navigating Ramsey County services, crisis warning signs and intervention strategies.