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 Eric P. Hartwig, Ph.D. Mindfield, LLC and Author of the b.e.s.t Universal Screening
 Supporting Social, Emotional and Behavioral Health: How you can help
 Social and emotional learning is not a curriculum, it is "lived learning" guided by deliberate practice with effective caregiving. Families and school staff can have a dramatic and powerful influence on a child's behavioral, emotional and social development, particularly when the timing, content and level of support matches a child's needs. Join us for a conversation on how you can help children adapt and build capacity to manage their world.
 Dr. Lori Shepherd, Pediatrician, Marshfield Clinic and Dr. Carolyn Nash, Pediatrician, Child Advocacy Center
 Building Resiliency in Young Children Through the Pandemic & Beyond
 This talk will focus on ideas that will help your child develop resiliency, a strength that can help them thrive during times of stress, such as the current pandemic. A booklet with exercises and information is available as part of this presentation.
 Nicole Tank, Prevention Supervisor, Children?s Wisconsin and Morgan Wolosek, Family & Youth Services Supervisor, Children?s Wisconsin
 Finding Balance - Helping Your Child Cope with Change
 We all want the best for our children. Helping them learn to cope with change is a strength we can build within our child that will be an asset throughout their lifetime. Join us as we look at some of the signs that show children are struggling with change, how to find balance for ourselves and our children and ways to develop the skills to overcome challenges.
 Dr. Dakota Kaiser, Ph.D. Psychologist, Bridge Community Health Clinic and Erica Huffman, MS, LPC, Youth Behavioral Health Director, North Central Health Care
 Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Children and Families

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