The Role of Occupational Therapy Practitioners in School Mental Health Programs

This course will discuss how occupational therapy practitioners add value at each layer of a multi-tiered approach to prevention, promotion, early identification, and treatment of student and adult mental health in schools. Using an occupation-centered lens, participants will analyze how occupational therapy practitioner expertise in self-regulation, social skills, personal care, environmental/routines modifications, and transitions can enhance campus-, classroom-, group-, and person-level mental health supports and services.

BONUS: PRACTICAL TOOLKIT - Graphics: The Role of OT in School Mental Health; Resources: Links to Assessment Tools and Must-Reads

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