Equipping Everyone: Practical Strategies to Address Anxiety & Sadness in Education

Equipping Everyone: Practical Strategies to Address Anxiety & Sadness in Education

Many adolescent students are struggling with anxiety and sadness, and families and schools are unsure of what to do. This webinar will equip students, educators, and parents with practical strategies and tactics to address adolescent anxiety and sadness. Clocking in under 1 hour, this dynamic presentation is full of helpful techniques that students and adults can start using right away. It’s a must-see for parents, school staff, and teens who need an easy guide to develop positive mental health skills.

Presented by: Makisha Gunty
Note: Professional development hours, such as this course, can often be applied to various certification requirements. You will need to keep a record of your certificate and check with your particular licensing board for more details about your specific continuing education needs.

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Derek Vogel

Derek Vogel is a highly experienced and results-driven leader, currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer of E-Therapy. With over 15 years of experience in executive leadership, he has a proven track record of driving business growth and success. He is skilled in business development, organizational strategy, and employee engagement and has a reputation for designing effective strategies that have consistently yielded significant increases in revenue and cost savings. He has successfully managed businesses ranging from $10M to $100M+ in annual revenue, and has experience in leading organizations through post-acquisition integration processes. Prior to joining E-Therapy, Derek was the President of AMN Healthcare’s Education Healthcare Staffing business, where he provided on-site and virtual solutions for students in need of therapy services. He is known for mentoring and developing his team members and inspiring a sense of pride and ownership in the collective success of the organization.