Registration


EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT $225 for both days if registered by August 28, 2017 
$250 for both days after the deadline
Cost:  $150 for one day only


Purpose:  This 2-day summit provides strategies and techniques to assist with behavior management and mental health needs in the school setting. The summit also provides an opportunity for educators to network and collaborate around behavioral and mental health needs in the school setting.  In addition to two distinct keynote speakers, this conference features multiple breakout sessions with regional & local experts 'in the field', hands on training, Q & A, vendors & terrific
door prizes.

Keynotes & Breakout Sessions

KEYNOTES:

Dr Brian Fidlin, Psy.D - ‘Adolescent Brain Development’

Back by popular demand! Dr Fidlin is a clinical psychologist and nationally recognized speaker on the areas of pediatric brain development, substance abuse/dependency, and obesity. His presentation will include straight-forward discussion of adolescent brain development and the impact this has on decision making, emotions & risk taking.

Dr. Scott Bautch, D.C., DACBOH, CCST, CCSP - 'Slowing Down the Hamster Wheel'

In this fast-paced, hectic world where we all feel like hamsters running on a wheel, it is easy to get caught up in the doing of “things” and not take care of ourselves. However, taking care of ourselves is essential to our well-being. We cannot give to others what we do not have within ourselves. Discover ways to overcome barriers & discover your inner purpose. Love being you.

Dr. Dipesh Navsaria - Returning for 2 breakout sessions!
Dr Navsaria is strongly engaged in early brain and child development, which include the neurobiological effects of adversity and poverty upon the developing brain. Dr. Dipesh Navsaria's Website

Other topics include:

  • It's Not You, It's My Prefrontal Cortex
  • Exercise and it’s Effects on Learning
  • Reaching Struggling Parents
  • Effective Strategies for Addressing Student Mental Health Needs
  • Stress Related to Immigration Status in Students
  • Family and Community Supports for Mental Health and Behavior
  • The Role of Forgiveness in Mental Health
  • Keeping Yourself Healthy and Passing on that Health to Others
  • Anti-bullying Efforts Using Forgiveness
  • Baraboo Teens N Theatre presents a live performance of “Cutter” -  Erica Cochrane, Producer


VITERBO CREDIT OPTION:  
Optional 1 graduate credit from Viterbo University is available for 2-day attendees. ($220 additional fee) You can sign
up for the credit at the conference - we will have the registration forms at a designated and staffed table for your convenience.
  If you choose to take the credit, you pay the $220 fee (note: only personal checks made out to VITERBO are accepted) when you turn in your registration forms at the conference. The articles and syllabus are below -
you can choose to print or read them online.

Questions about the Credit Option?  Mary O'Brien, 608-745-5434 or obrienm@cesa5.org