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Mental Health Matters in Schools

October 5, 2017 12-3pm


At any given time, as many as 25% of the students in your school have a diagnosible mental illness. Across the county, that leads to as many as 5 million children battling the symptoms which may be going unnoticed.  In some areas, with higher rates of trauma or poverty, these statistics are mild in comparison to the need.  Often, these children are punished for behaviors associated with their diagnoses when treatment could make a lasting impact on their long term success rate.

Educators need actionable tools that can help them recognize and respond to these mental health needs until treatment can be effective.  You'll learn the tools you can use in the Mental Health in Schools Virtual Masterclass.




Join this virtual class from the comfort of your home or office and walk away with increased knowledge AND practical tools you can use to immediately support students diagnosed with Anxiety, Depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Autism.  You'll be able to address these behaviors with confidence:

  • Anger
  • Defiance
  • Impulsivity
  • Sensory issues
  • Truancy
  • Low motivation
  • Classroom disruptions
  • Tantrums


  • Recognize mental health driven behaviors
  • Establish proactive school protocols that support all students
  • Implement school based strategies to reduce outburst behaviors
  • Collaborate with community based providers to offer holistic supports
  • Determine effective positive behavioral management strategies
  • Learn communication techniques for effectively connecting with parents



About Your Speaker

Calvalyn Day, is a licensed school counselor in the state of Indiana, who practices coaching and consulting through her private practice. She is a nationally published author and trainer with a natural skill for building bridges between school, community and home.  She has trained thousands of pre and in-service educators at the graduate level and through presenting at local and regional professional conferences, including the Indiana Youth Institute (IYI), Indiana State Teachers Association and the Indiana School Counselor Association.

Calvalyn has worked with many families through her partnership with the Department of Child and Family Services as a home based therapy provider.  She has collaborated on multiple provider teams and uses evidence based strategies with a culturally sensitive approach.  Calvalyn is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Collaborative Problem Solving and the Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (SAFE) foster family screening tool. 



Your lifetime access to this course includes 3 hours of live recorded mental health training, including bonus printable tools to use daily as you support students.