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CHC’s Collaborative groups include professionals who serve children, teens, young adults and their families. By sharing resources and collaborating, we support one another and encourage each other to meet our clients/students with skills, strategies, courage, connection and compassion.
- Connect, collaborate, learn and grow
- Champion neurodiverse learners
- Foster healthy school communities
- Support student mental health and wellness
- Access Professional self care
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Join and participate in CHC’s Collaborative Groups! These groups provide an opportunity for mental health and learning professionals to connect, learn, support and collaborate with colleagues.
Learning Specialists Collaborative Group
A CHC Collaborative Group for professionals working to support neurodiverse learners
School Counselors and Mental Health & Wellness Specialists Collaborative Group
A CHC Collaborative Group for professionals working to support healthy students, families, schools and communities
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Learning Specialists Collaborative
Learning specialists from schools and private practice convene to share their expertise, skills, strategies, challenges, successes, and perspectives on current issues facing neurodiverse learners in our community.
The Learning Specialists Collaborative convenes quarterly via Zoom.
- November 30, 2022 – 11:45 am
- February 22, 2023 – 11:45 am
School Counselors Collaborative
School counselors and wellness teams from elementary through high school convene to share their thoughts and perspectives on the issues of mental health and what they are experiencing with students, parents, and teachers in the school settings.
The School Counselors Collaborative convenes quarterly and maintains resources.
- January 25, 2023 – 7:30 am
- March 22, 2023 – 7:30 am – RSVP NOW!
This book helps teachers incorporate executive function processes—such as planning, organizing, prioritizing, and self-checking — into the classroom curriculum.
The pandemic has raised concerns about the way stress is affecting kids. Even though the word ‘trauma’ is on a lot of worried adults’ minds these days, information about it is wide-ranging and can leave people feeling unsure.
MentalHealthLiteracy.org is non profit organization that creates educational, training, and clinical care materials and programs designed for use in schools and care settings to promote mental health literacy, clinical care capacity, self-care and psychoeducation.
Music classes can serve as a way to help students develop social-emotional learning skills, and activities that build these tools can be introduced into classrooms as early as preschool, according to an Edutopia article by Laura Petillo and Dr. Kerry Carley Rizzuto.
Most people are creatures of habit. When things go as planned, we feel in control. But when life throws a curveball, it can leave us feeling anxious and stressed.
Parents, educators and policymakers have faced rising concerns about what students have lost academically during a year of school closures and online learning. Until recently, however, they’ve lacked concrete evidence about what exactly those losses look like.
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