Professional Development that helps Student Mental Health

Yellowstone  School District #14 in very rural North Dakota uses E Therapy to help educators   get through these tough times post pandemic with E Therapy’s   eQUIP , a comprehensive professional development program that provides educators, staff, and parents with the tools, resources, and support they need to recognize, respond to, and recover from mental health challenges.
Ashley Sanders, Director  of Mental Health programming and  East Fairview Elementary school counselor at Yellowstone Lisa Fox are our guests

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