WEBINAR AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
Supporting Students Beyond Self-Care
Studies have shown that when students are keenly aware of the tools to take care of their mental health, they have better energy levels, concentration, optimism, and stronger mental ability. But it's not a surprise that in our current circumstances, our students are more isolated than ever and they're expressing greater hopelessness about their future. Although many classroom settings have changed drastically in recent months, we know students will continue to bring these feelings with them into our classrooms.
In this webinar, we'll explore the role of community health in supporting high school educators & students, the changing landscape of school supports, and how to be a mental health advocate for students. You’ll gain key resources, skills, and tools to help feel more prepared in identifying and helping at-risk youth, as well as strategies for supporting students in this remote age. Join experts Dr. Frank Drummond, National Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services at HCA Healthcare, Clark Flatt, President of the Jason Foundation, and Kyla Krengel, Director of Social Emotional Learning for Metro Nashville Public Schools, to learn more about the latest research, lessons learned from the classroom, and resources you can use to make a high impact on your student community.
Attendees will receive:
- A certificate for 1 hour of professional development
- Free, turn-key digital lessons, supplemental activities, and offline lesson plans
- Access to digital resources and ongoing training and support
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Dr. Frank Drummond
Frank Drummond is the National Medical Director for Behavioral Health Services at HCA Healthcare. He has been in this role for two years, having previously served as a Regional Medical Director for HCA in Charleston, SC. He is a graduate of Emory University and did his medical training at MUSC in Charleston and an MBA from INSEAD in France. As National Medical Director he is responsible for clinically informed strategic and operational oversight of the large number of Behavioral Health locations and their clinical quality.
Dr. Drummond has spent his career advocating for access to quality psychiatric care in various settings, including government, nonprofit and community hospital based services.
He is based out of Nashville, Tennessee and is married with two girls Camille, 8 and Colette, 6.
The Jason Foundation
Dr. Clark Flatt
Clark Flatt is a nationally recognized speaker on the topic of youth suicide awareness and prevention. With over 20 years in the field of suicide prevention, Mr. Flatt, as President of The Jason Foundation, Inc., leads one of the nation’s oldest and largest non-profits whose mission is addressing the national health crisis of youth suicide.
The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) was founded in October of 1997 after the tragic death of Clark’s youngest son, 16-year-old Jason, to the “silent epidemic” of youth suicide. Since its founding, JFI has grown to be one of the nation’s leading non-profits addressing the national health crisis of youth suicide. The Jason Foundation, their National Community Affiliates and National Awareness Affiliates create a national network of over 143 local Affiliate Offices located in 36 states.
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
Kyla Krengel is currently serving as the Director of Social and Emotional Learning with Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. She has worked to bring SEL supports to administrators, teachers, and students through her work in the district as a classroom teacher, Classroom and Organization Management Program Trainer, Olweus Bullying Prevention Trainer, McGrath Bullying and Harassment Trainer, Instructional Coach, and Assistant Principal. In addition to her work to forward SEL within the district, Kyla also serves as co-chair of the Alignment Nashville Behavioral Health Committee, which hosts the National Music City SEL conference, and has also served on a state-wide committee with the TN Department of Education to craft Social and Personal Competencies for TN educators. Kyla was also part of the Aspen Institute team who developed the Action Guide for School Leadership Teams on Integrating Social, Emotional, and Academic Development.