Umatter is a suicide prevention program that promotes mental health, teaches self-care, risk assessment, coping and help-seeking skills to school staff, mental health and youth serving professionals, community members, and young people. Young people and adults learn to recognize and address depression and risk factors and build strengths through self-care and community action. Students receive knowledge and skills to recognize signs of depression and how to help.
PLEASE help support our Umatter programs by giving to our Global Giving Accelerator crowdfunding campaign between September 11-29.
Help make a difference! Your support is greatly appreciated. Donate HERE
Training in Complex Trauma in Our Schools: Using Non-verbal Communication and Intervention for Improved Classroom Outcomes. This course is offered so that teachers and health and guidance personnel have a sufficient level of professional development to enable them to competently teach or provide other services required in the school for children and families impacted by trauma. Participants apply the course teachings in a practical personal, school community environment.
One-Day Workshop: Complex Developmental Trauma Disorder for the School Professional –
January 26, 2018
Attend Full Course to Receive 3 graduate Credits –