As experts in the fields of psychology and neuroscience, NeuroHealth Partners trains educators about mental health with an emphasis on the brain.
Schools have a profound impact on the lives of young people. While significant attention is paid to the intellectual development of students, much less is paid to their mental wellbeing. Presently, conditions like depression, ADHD, anxiety disorders, and substance abuse are very prevalent within educational settings. According to the National Institutes of Health, 1 out of every 5 school-aged child has had significant mental health problems.
The brain's role in mental health is frequently overlooked. As the brain controls both cognitive and emotional functioning, it is critical to understand brain health. NeuroHealth Partners trains educators to address the mental health needs of students with an emphasis on the brain. The purpose of our trainings is to:
Provide “user-friendly” information about the brain development and its role in mental health issues, such as depression, ADHD, alcohol and drug use, and violence.
Improve understanding of evidence-based strategies that promote behavioral health, and to build the capacity of educators to engage in appropriate dialogue and referral of mental health issues.
To assist in prevention and risk-management strategies.
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