School-Based Mental Health: Best Practices and Evidence-Based Interventions for Successful Treatment in a Complex Setting
The role of a school-based mental health provider is complex, nuanced, and multi-faceted. And as more schools deliver on the urgent need for mental health services for students, clinicians are finding themselves in a new role where the culture, expectations, and delivery of services is unlike any other setting.
Join Ashley Rose, LCSW, LSSW, for this 3-hour training that highlights everything you need to know to confidently provide quality care and establish your unique role within the school, including how to:
If you work with kids or adolescents in a school, community, or in-home setting, you don’t want to miss this compelling training – sign up today!
Ashley Rose, LCSW, LSSW, has over ten years of experience providing mental health services to children in a school-based setting, most recently as a school social worker for Metro Nashville Public Schools. Prior to that role, she served as a school-based therapist with Vanderbilt University’s community mental health program and as an in-home therapist who often met with clients at their schools. Ashley earned her Master’s degree in social work from Middle Tennessee State University while simultaneously developing professional trainings for Tennessee Department of Children’s Services through an assistantship program with The Tennessee Center for Child Welfare. Ashley also has 3 years of experience as an adoption specialist for high needs foster children through the Department of Social Services in South Carolina. Ashley currently resides in Nashville, providing full-time care for her young son and promotes social emotional learning and early literacy by selling children’s books with Usborne Books & More.