Pine Grove's Panel Series
"Helping Kids Who Are Hurting: How To Properly Intervene and Develop an Inclusive School Culture"
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Southern Oaks House & Gardens
1246 Richburg Rd Hattiesburg, MS
11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Registration: 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Caroline Smith, MA, LPC, CSAT-S, CMAT, CIP
Patricia Calabrese, PMHNP-BC
Ted Crawford, LMFT
Mallory Malkin, Ph.D
About this workshop:
The purpose of this presentation is to provide opportunities for learning about how to help children through appropriate interventions and develop an inclusive school culture.
The target audience will consist of professional clinicians in the mental health and addiction fields who are counselors, nursing staff, social workers, psychologists, and therapists.
- Discuss two ways schools can organize systems that incorporate students in effectively intervening in bullying/violence.
- Explore the relationship among timing, duration, and chronicity of maltreatment and its impact on later perpetration of violence.
- Examine the role of comorbid psychological disorders in those with a history of childhood maltreatment related to risk for violence.
- Identify the protective and risk factors in perpetration of violence for those with a history of childhood maltreatment.
- Discuss warming signs and assessment screeners for the identification of child maltreatment in a school setting.
- Participants will be able to identify both risk and protective factors with regard to youth violence.
- Participants will be able to identify strategies to increase protective factors and decrease risk factors of youth violence.
- Participants will be able to identify members of their community, school system, or organizations that can help support strategies to decrease youth violence.
- Participants can define the identifying characteristics of a bullying situation.
- Participants can name bullying characteristics that contribute to school violence.
- Participants can name two shared factors for bullying and sexual violence.
- Explore common consequences when imbalance exists between professional demands and available resources, external expectations and one’s perceived ability to cope.
- Describe classic psychological and physiological burnout symptoms and common self-defeating coping mechanisms.
- Identify three proactive and protective burnout self-care initiatives.
About the speaker(s):
Caroline Smith is the Director of Pine Grove's Intensive Workshops. Smith holds a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Ottawa University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist-Supervisor, and a Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist. She is EMDR trained and holds clinical expertise in the areas of trauma resolution, relationship attachment patterns, addiction interaction disorder, and the two most primary process addictions, food and sex.
Patricia Calabrese received her Master of Science in nursing from The University of Maryland and completed her post graduate studies at The University of Southern Mississippi. She is a licensed Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in Mississippi. Calabrese is also accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry since 1986 and as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner since 2004.
Ted Crawford is a clinical therapist for Forrest General Hospital's Employee Assistance Program and Pine Grove's Outpatient Services. He earned his undergraduate degree in education and his graduate degree in marriage and family therapy from The University of Southern Mississippi. Crawford also completed training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to address trauma issues and has been with Pine Grove since 1998.
Dr. Mallory Malkin earned her Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from The University of Southern Mississippi. She successfully completed her pre-doctoral internship at The University of Mississippi Medical Center/G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center. Dr. Malkin is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) among other evidenced based treatment approaches. Dr. Malkin’s areas of expertise include child maltreatment, child and adolescent anxiety and mood disorders, behavioral and emotional disturbances, as well as ADHD.
Psychology: 2 CE Hours: Pine Grove is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Pine Grove maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Mississippi Social Work: 2 CE hours: Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services (DP# SWB12013) is approved as a provider for continuing education by the MBOE & MFT Approval Period: 08/24/18 through 08/24/20. Social workers will receive 2 CE hours in participating in this course. (Clinical__2__ /Supervision___ /Cultural Competency___/ Ethics Hours____ /General Hours ___ ).
NBCC: 2 CE Hours: Pine Grove has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6392. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified, Pine Grove is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Alabama Social Work: 2 Contact Hours: Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services has been approved by the Alabama State Board Of Social Work Examiners as a continuing education provider, #0336, and is solely responsible for all aspects of this program. Social workers will receive a total of 2 contact hours by participating in this course. (Clinical__2__ /Supervision___ /Cultural Competency___/ Ethics Hours____ /General Hours ___ ).
Louisiana Social Work: 2 Contact Hours: This program is approved for 2 contact hours by Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services as authorized by the Louisiana State Board Of Social Work Examiners. Continuing education credit for partial attendance will not be issued. (Clinical__2__ /Supervision___ /Cultural Competency___/ Ethics Hours____ /General Hours ___).
Mississippi LMFT: 2 General Hours: (MS18-030) provider #TCE0003.
Ethical Disclosures for Speaker(s):
- Caroline Smith, Patricia Calabrese, Ted Crawford, and Mallory Malkin are paid employees of Pine Grove Behavioral Health.
- There is no commercial support of the speaker(s), the content of the talk(s) or anything that might be a conflict of interest beyond the speakers being paid by Pine Grove.
- The speaker is not promoting any books, medications or training that will be for sale at the talk that might constitute a conflict of interest.
- The speaker will cover any potential limitations and risks of the treatment or topics being discussed during the talk.
- Some of the material covered is of a sensitive nature about addictions, ethical dilemmas and/or other clinical disorders.
Those in attendance must stay for the entire duration of the workshop; partial credit for partial attendance will not be awarded.
APA CE Statement:
Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Pine Grove maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services complies with the ADA. This facility is handicapped-accessible. If any conference participant is in need of reasonable accommodation, please contact Samuel Rosa at 601-288-4915 prior to the event.
Please contact at Samuel Rosa at 601-288-4915 at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services, 2255 Broadway Drive, Hattiesburg, MS 39401 to submit a complaint, or if you have additional questions regarding this workshop.
If you need immediate assistance, please contact us directly at 601-288-CARE (2273) or toll free at 1-888-574-HOPE (4673). If you feel you are in an emergency situation, please seek help immediately at the nearest emergency department or contact local authorities for assistance.
There is no charge for attendance to this workshop.