Educational Support Services (E.S.S.) provides clinical support services to children, youth, parents and teachers in the St. James-Assiniboia School Division. Our professional team includes: Speech/Language Pathologists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Reading Clinicans, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and a Behaviour Intervention Team. It also includes both the Indigenous Education and English as an Additional Language teams, which provide support in the areas of curriculum and instruction to all divisional staff.
Objectives of Educational Support Services
- To meet the needs of children in the learning process
- To provide intervention on an individual, family and small group basis
- To assist in the early identification of children with special needs, and social, emotional, learning and communicating concerns
- To assist teaching staff and parents to provide an environment which enhances learning
- To provide workshops and in-servicing for school staff, other professionals, and parents with respect to children's learning, social and emotional difficulties
- To foster interagency cooperation and partnerships with community-based services
Guilt, grief, and grace, oh my: Parenting during a Pandemic
Hello Strong Minds Strong Kids community,
Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada is dedicated to our mission of nurturing resilience in children. One way to do this is to support the caring adult in children's lives.
December 2nd, 2020
12 pm ET
Dr. Amanda Zelechoski
Dr. Lindsay Malloy
Parenting was already hard, and now we're navigating a pandemic on top of it. We continue to grieve the loss of many things that are important to us - including connections to various sources of support and sense of community. In this webinar, we'll talk about the grief, self-doubt, anxiety, and uncertainty that has come with pandemic parenting. We'll also talk about "good enough' parenting, especially in times of crisis.
Learn more about Pandemic Parenting
|Dr. Amanda Zelechoski is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist and attorney, specializing in trauma. She is board certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and has worked clinically with adults, children, and families. As an Associate Professor of Psychology at Valparaiso University, she directs the Psychology, Law, and Trauma Lab, where she conducts research on the impact of childhood trauma. In addition, Dr. Zelechoski provides training and consultation to numerous mental health, legal, educational, and child welfare agencies. More importantly, she is a wife and mom of three young children, mostly just trying to make sure her kids have clothes on when they bust into her virtual meetings. |
|Dr. Lindsay Malloy is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Ontario Tech University, specializing in developmental and forensic psychology. She is the Director of the Development, Context, and Communication Lab and her research addresses how, why, and to whom children and teens disclose negative or traumatic experiences, as well as factors that influence children's memory, deception, and narratives. She frequently provides expert testimony and consultation related to children's communication about and memory of difficult events. Dr. Malloy is also a wife and mother of two young children trying to navigate all of the COVID-19 uncertainty with a little help from chocolate and Disney Plus. |
Thank you for your interest in our webinars. Our webinars fill up quickly so please be sure to cancel your registration if you are no longer able to make the session. This will allow others to register for the session as space opens up.
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At Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada we have a risk management plan in place to weather the coronavirus crisis in the short term, however, we are asking our generous donors and friends to help us through this crisis if you can, so that we can continue to provide our important attachment and stress management programs to infants, children, and youth across the country. If you would like to make a donation please do so on our website. Thank you and please stay safe!
Thank you for your ongoing commitment to children's mental health and resiliency.
We are in this together.