Student Mental Wellness

600 – Introduction to Evidence-based Suicide Prevention Programs for Teachers

Course ID 600
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 4 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will examine and consider current trends and issues of youth suicide, bullying, cyberbullying, and non-suicidal self-injury behaviors. The goal of this course is to familiarize teachers with steps to identify warning signs and the risk factors of self-injurious and suicidal youth, procedures for referral, working with school mental health professionals, and how to implement suicide prevention strategies in the classroom.

Participants will gain insight on how to identify and protect suicidal and self-injurious youths, how to proceed when at-risk youths have been identified, and how to work with school site crisis teams in suicide prevention.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

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601 – Introduction to Evidence-based Suicide Prevention Programs for Administrators

Course ID 601
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 4 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will examine and consider current trends and issues related to youth suicide, bullying, cyberbullying, and non-suicidal self-injury behaviors. The goal of this course is to familiarize administrators with steps to identify warning signs and the risk factors of self-injurious and suicidal youth, processes for referral and working with school mental health professionals, and how to implement suicide prevention strategies in schools.

Participants will gain insight on how to identify and protect suicidal and self-injurious youths, how to proceed when at-risk youths have been identified, and how to work with school site crisis teams in suicide prevention.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

Please use the “Request Enrollment” button below to request enrollment into the no-cost course(s) of your choice.

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602 – Introduction to Evidence-based Suicide Prevention Programs for School Mental Health Professionals

Course ID 602
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 4 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will examine and consider current trends and issues related to youth suicide, bullying, cyberbullying, and non-suicidal self-injury behaviors. The goal of this course is to familiarize school mental health professionals and nurses with steps to identify warning signs and risk factors of self-injurious and suicidal youth, their roles in a school site crisis team, how to work with teachers and administrators, and how to implement suicide prevention strategies in the schools.

Participants will gain insight on ways to identify and protect suicidal and self-injurious youths, how to proceed when at-risk youths have been identified, and how to work with school site crisis teams in suicide prevention.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

Please use the “Request Enrollment” button below to request enrollment into the no-cost course(s) of your choice.

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610 – Introduction to Evidence-based Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) Prevention Programs for Educators

Course ID 610
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will examine and gain knowledge of current trends and issues related to non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). The goal of this course is to familiarize teachers, administrators, and school mental health professionals and nurses with non-suicidal self-injury among students.

School staff and mental health professionals will become familiar with steps to identify warning signs and risk factors of self-injurious behavior, when and how to intervene with students who are at-risk, and their roles in a school site crisis team.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

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620 – Introduction to Evidence-based Cyberbullying Prevention Programs for Educators

Course ID 620
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will consider current trends and issues related to cyberbullying by examining scenarios, testimonials, and examples of cyberbullying prevention curriculum.

The goal of this course is to familiarize teachers, administrators, and school mental health professionals with issues of cyberbullying, signs of bullying or being targeted, steps towards intervention and referral after a target has been identified, topics to discuss with students in cyberbullying prevention, and curriculum examples for both classrooms and schools.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

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630 – Introduction to Evidence-based Bullying Prevention Programs for Educators

Course ID 630
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will consider current trends and issues related to bullying by examining scenarios, testimonials, and examples of bullying prevention curriculum.

The goal of this course is to familiarize teachers, administrators, school mental health professionals and nurses with bullying, to recognize indicators of bullying, identify best practices to prevent or respond to bullying and working with the perpetrators and targets of bullying.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

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640 – Introduction to Evidence-Based Depression Suicide Prevention for Educators

Course ID 640
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will examine and understand the three types of depression and different methods for treatment. The goal of this course is to familiarize teachers, administrators, school mental health professionals and nurses with depression among students.

School staff and mental health professionals will become familiar with steps to identify warning signs and risk factors for depression, when and how to intervene with students who are at-risk, and their roles in a school site crisis team.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

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650 – Model Practices – Working with LGBTQ Students

Course ID 650
Grade Level: K-12
Duration: 2 Hours

Course Description:

Participants will become familiar with working with students who identify themselves as LGBTQ. Topics will include terminology with which LGBTQ students may associate themselves, as well as learning about common experiences in the components of identity development.

Participants will also understand ways to create safe and supportive school environments, as well as review the laws that protect LGBTQ youth.

The information provide through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

This course was prepared by the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) Center for Distance and Online Learning (CDOL), and funded through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) through the Region 11 K-12 Student Mental Health Initiative (SMHI).

The information provided through this course should be used strictly for educational and informational research purposes. This course is not intended to endorse any particular program, but rather to provide information and links to school-based programs and research related to student mental health.

NOTE: This no-cost, self-paced course is not eligible for salary points and/or graduate credits.

Please use the “Request Enrollment” button below to request enrollment into the no-cost course(s) of your choice.

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