- Christina Reese
- 1 Hour 34 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Aug 11, 2020
In these uncertain and constantly changing times – educational settings online, in the classroom or a combination – insight and guidance into youth mental health is essential!
Watch Dr. Christina Reese and learn how to assess for knowledge and catch up plans, as well as gain strategies you can use in any educational setting to:
- Re-establish structure and routine
- Address tantrums and attention seeking behaviors
- Decrease symptoms of anxiety, ADHD and depression
- And More!
|Manual – Navigating Youth Mental Health in Today’s Educational Setting (648.2 KB)||28 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Illinois Educators Self-Study Instructions (15.4 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|Illinois Educators Evaluation Form (1.2 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Integrating student mental health into virtual and/or physical classrooms
- Assessing for level of knowledge and catch up plans
- The impact of routine disruption on mental health
- Medication incompliance while away from the classroom
- Individual interventions for students struggling the most
- Connecting students and parents/caregivers with outside resources for counseling and support
Virtual and Physical Classroom Strategies
- Student engagement strategies
- Tantrums and Attention Seeking
- Assessing symptoms of mental health challenges and providing support virtually
Provider Self-care and Support
Christina Reese, LCPC, Ph.D., has been working with children impacted by trauma for over 15 years, and has recently completed training as a TBRI Practitioner. She helps children and their families impacted by a variety of traumas, providing both in home and in school therapy to these children. Over this time, Dr. Reese has partnered with schools in Baltimore County and Baltimore City to help teachers find interventions that get results in the classroom. A passionate advocate for children and their families, she has worked with children in court ordered drug treatment at the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, as well as in residential treatment centers and in the community.
Dr. Reese, a recognized attachment and trauma professional, has created a comprehensive guide that explains attachment over a lifetime. Her book, Attachment: 60 Trauma-Informed Assessment and Treatment Interventions Across the Lifespan (PESI, 2018), offers trauma-informed strategies to facilitate connection, rebuild trust and restore positive emotions.
Dr. Reese is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland and Pennsylvania as well as a licensed clinical supervisor. She received her Master’s Degree in community counseling from McDaniel College in Westminster, MD and her Ph.D. in counselor education from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Past work experiences include being director of a mental health clinic and the case manager of the Howard County Cold Weather Shelter, working with homeless individuals and families. Additionally, Dr. Reese is very passionate about her work focusing on attachment and has extensive experience with adoptive families and children in foster care.
Financial: Christina Rice has an employment relationship with Mosaic Community Services. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Christina Rice has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.