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Children’s Health Council is committed to training current and future professionals who work with children. Thousands of professionals throughout the country and internationally have benefited from our training.
Continuing Education credits are offered for LMFTs, LCSWs, SLPs and Psychologists. Depending on the topic, classes can be a full day or half day. We have several Continuing Education workshops this year to support your professional growth. Please join us!
Did you know? CHC provides APA-approved advanced predoctoral training under the direction of Dr. Lydia Flasher for clinical or counseling psychology through a joint program with Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University. Learn more about the internship.
Join us at a Career Open House at our Palo Alto campus! Come by for a tour, enjoy a danish and have a chat with one of our hiring managers. They'll be around for informational interviews, as well as current staff who will provide insight into our amazing work and great office culture. Bring a friend! RSVP today and take the next step in a career helping kids and teens reach their full promise and potential.
The Schwab Learning Center, in collaboration with the UCSF Dyslexia Center and the Stanford School of Medicine Neurodiversity Project, will host this symposium. Featuring experts and researchers, successful entrepreneurs with learning variability, and faculty and industry experts in the field of neurodiversity. Learn more.
Services begin this month in CHC’s new physical ocation in East Palo Alto. Now in its 6th year, the Ravenswood Initiative provides bilingual and culturally-relevant educational support and behavioral and mental health services to kids and educators. Now in its 6th year, the Ravenswood Initiative provides bilingual and culturally-relevant educational support and behavioral and mental health services to kids and educators. Read the press release.
School counselors and wellness staff across the Peninsula convene to share insight and trade tips about how build a safer, stronger school climate while addressing the mental health needs of students and families. Contact Christine Wang, EdM. (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
Youth mental health agencies and allies took on the challenge of creating a unified community-wide spectrum of care for teen mental health, from prevention to intervention. By joining forces and working together, we will create actionable solutions that lead to healthier, more resilient teens and a supported community.
Lend your expertise to support children and families! Sign up to receive CHC volunteering opportunities. We’re in this together.