Professional Development Opportunities
Coaches Network Meetings for 2020-21: FREE
Web-based Networking, Year-At-A-Glance, evaluation reminders, and MORE!
Join the PacNW Community of PBIS Coaches for networking, resource sharing and addressing problems of practice. Northwest PBIS’s Jessica Swain-Bradway will co-host virtual meetings with UW, Oregon Coaches Alliance, Sound Supports, The National PBIS TA Center, and other regional PBIS experts! Join us for light hearted, valuable networking sessions!
All webinars will be hosted from 1:00 pm -2:30 pm Pacific Time
We will use the Zoom platform to network in real time with breakout rooms to allow for regional and/or topical conversations and networking.
Meetings will be recorded and all materials will be posted after the meetings so you can access them later in the year.
Mental Health in a Multi-Tiered System: Opportunity for Lane County School Districts and More!
Supporting Prevention: How Restorative Justice Practices Can Be a Key Tool in the Classroom, FREE Webinar
- January 13th, 2021
- 1:00 to 2:00 pm PST
This FREE webinar will highlight why Restorative Justice Practices (RJP) is the perfect tool to create
positive relationships, build community, and celebrate accomplishments. We will discuss how to
situate RJP within PBIS for maximum positive impact.
Dr. Lynass brings her experience and expertise in training and supporting RJP.
Dr. Swain Bradway shares her coaching perspective on the importance of alignment.
Guest appearances may include pets and children.
WellEducator Webinar Series for 2020-21: Completed for the winter. Access recordings and materials here.
This Self-Care and Compassion for the Educator webinar series was presented by Dr. Renee VanNorman, WellEducator, LLC and made possible through generous funding from the Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (NWMHTTC) and the Northwest PBIS Network.
We appreciate the SOLD OUT attendance. Participants had this to share:
“I felt this training was super helpful and well worth the time. I loved how I am walking away from this training with concrete strategies and handouts that I can use.” – Ivy K.
“A ‘well worth your time’ training with many practical tips that all educators should attend!”- Mckenzie G.
If you missed the events, or just want more helpful strategies for educator wellness, Dr. Renee VanNorman will be presenting at the 2021 virtual NWPBIS Conference!
Early Childhood PBIS Fall Webinar Series for 2020-21: Access recordings and materials here!
THANK YOU to Mackenzie Weintraub for stelar presentations as part of our FREE Early Childhood series for NWPBIS Network. Recordings can be accessed below:
October 20: Understanding Challenging Behavior
October 27: Challenging Behavior and Trauma
November 3: Self-Care and Stress Management
November 10: Partnering with Parents
Enjoy more Early Childhood events as part of our 2021 NWPBIS Conference.
We will be hosting another free series this spring- stand by for upcoming dates!
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SMART Center 2021 Virtual Speaker Series
The school mental health supplement to the Northwest MHTTC is excited to co-sponsor the UW SMART Center’s 2021 Virtual Speaker Series. All are welcome to attend these FREE events.
Dr. Rhonda Nese, Dr. Anne Gregory, Dr. Ilene Schwartz & Ginger Khan, Dr. Emma Elliott-Groves & Dr. Janine Jones.
Access the series flyer HERE.
The Well-Being Series
Connections During COVID-19:
Mental Wellness Webinars For Families & Educators
In response to the needs of the PacNW community the Northwest MHTTC partnered with Forefront Suicide Prevention Center, University of Washington SMART Center, Association of Washington School Principals, DBT in Schools, NWPBIS Network, Sounds Supports, LLC, and WellEducator to bring you a series of webinars for kids, parents, and educators, focusing on mental wellness and suicide prevention.
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
Did you know that the Northwest Mental Health Transfer Technology enter (MHTTC) provides training and technical assistance (TA) in evidence-based practices (EBPs) in SAMHSA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington).