Children’s Mental Health Trainings
Nevada PEP is pleased to offer prerecorded “on-demand” webinars for families of children with mental health needs.
On Demand Trainings
Click on any of the expandable sections below to access our On Demand Trainings.
Behavior and Discipline in Schools
Participants will learn the components of the discipline process under IDEA and gain strategies that can help children manage their behavior. Understanding Positive Behavior Supports, Nevada’s laws on Aversive Interventions, suspension and expulsion policies will give participants strategies to help children reach success. During the webinar, the trainer will reference handouts that provide additional information on the topic.
Help Your Child Focus on Learning
Do you find that homework and other tasks can be challenging for your child to complete? Learn about the difficulties children have with focusing, their different learning styles, and strategies that can help you help your child focus better.
Participants will learn what anxiety is, treatment options, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has anxiety.
Understanding Section 504 and Civil Rights
This workshop is designed to provide an understanding of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Section 504. Their purpose is to ensure that a child who has a disability identified under the law and is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives accommodations that will improve their academic success and access to the learning environment.
Bullies, Targets, and Bystanders: Responses That Work
While bullying doesn’t always leave bruises or broken bones, it can leave deep emotional scars that last a lifetime. Bullying is a serious issue that occurs throughout our schools everyday and, without intervention, bullying can lead to serious academic, social, emotional, and legal problems. Don’t miss this class full of responses to bullying that really work.
Special Education, What You Need to Know
Learn how parents can work with schools during COVID-19 to determine special education, supports and services that will be provided to ensure students with disabilities continue to progress during this pandemic.
Participants will learn what depression is, signs to be aware of, treatment options, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has depression.
Participants will learn what trauma is, different types of trauma, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has experienced a traumatic experience.