On Campus: Helping College Students with their Mental Health
Department:   Family Resource Center, Psychiatry
Description:

This is a conference held for deans of students, directors of residential life, directors of counseling, directors or student health services, and resident assistants of universities, colleges, and community colleges in Connecticut and southern Massachusettes. This conference will have multiple speakers on topics such as case presentations about young adults, An Overview of Dangerousness: Harm to Self and Others, Doorways to Health, Jordan Mathew Porco Foundation, and Mental Health First Aid.


Program Schedule:

9:00-9:30   Arrival of participants and breakfast
9:30-10:00   Meet & Greet
10:00-11:30   Case Presentations
Mallory Fergione, MSW, Clinician, Young Adult Services, Hartford Hospital/Institute of Living
11:30-11:45   Morning Break
11:45-12:30   An Overview of Dangerousness: Harm to Self and Others
Harold Schwartz, MD, HHC Regional Vice President, Behavioral Health
Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital

12:30-1:00   Lunch
1:00-2:00   Doorways to Health
Heidi McCloskey,RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC,Clinical Specialist
2:00-2:15   Afternoon Break
2:15-3:15   Jordon Mathew Porco Foundation
Leah Nelson, Program Director and Marisa Giarnella-Porco, Co-founder and Executive Director
3:15-3:45   Mental Health First Aid/Youth Mental Health First Aid
Patricia C. Graham, MHFA, Trainer & Coordinator
3:45-4:00   Closing Comments and Evaluations

 

For More Information:

Patricia Graham
(860) 545-7716
patriciac.graham@hhchealth.org


More Info: Downloadable Brochure
Fee Amount: $50.00
Location:
Institute of Living Commons Building     map
200 Retreat Avenue
Hartford, CT    06106
Room: 2nd Floor
Instructor: Mallory Fergione, MSW, Harold Schwartz, MD, Heidi McCloskey, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC, Leah Nelson, Marisa Giarnella-Porco, Patricia C. Graham, B.A.
Date/Time:
  Date    Time  
  Tuesday, March 24, 2015    9am - 4pm  
Registration: Required.
Health Referral Services
Phone: (860) 545-1888 Toll-Free 1-800-545-7664

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