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    • Wednesday, October 04, 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Moon High School LGI, 8353 University Blvd, Coraopolis, PA 15108
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    Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals (PASAP) Southwestern Regional Workshop

    Empowering Hope and Success in Traumatized Students (and all the others too!)

    October 4th 7:30 am-4 pm
    Moon High School LGI
    8353 University Blvd, Coraopolis, PA 15108

    7:30 -8:00 am: Arrival and Check In

    8:00 - 8:15 am: Welcome, Agenda Setting and Introductions: Carolyn Welshonce & Terry Kerr

    8:15 - 9:45 am: Dr. Susan Tarasevich- It’s Bidirectional: Behavioral Health Issues, Suicidality and Poverty

    This engaging, results-oriented workshop will give you the opportunity to add strategies to your toolkit so that you will effectively reach and teach students living in poverty.  The effects of socioeconomic deprivation on youth behavioral health issues, suicidality and school exclusion rates are well documented.  You’ll leave with an understanding of the current research revealing the changes in brains of those living in poverty. Come and learn what forces strengthen the brain and how you can tap into them each and every day.  You will leave with at least three brain-based strategies that not only change their brains, but just may change yours!   

    9:45 - 10:00 am: Break

    10:00 - 12:00 pm: Dr. Gordon Hodas: Youth Suicidality and Trauma-Informed Care: Overview for Allegheny

    This presentation, intended for SAP Team members, considers how a trauma-informed approach by educational staff can enhance the well-being of all students, and in particular promote the safety of youth who may be suicidal.  Staff relationships that are trusting and caring help all students feel supported.  During times of crisis, such relationships can help counter hopelessness and enable the student to accept help. We consider the central role of school gatekeepers in promoting student safety and resilience during times of suicidal crisis.

    12:00 - 12:45 pm: Lunch (provided)  (Chicken Medallions, Baked Ziti and salad)

    12:45-2:15 pm: Resources Panel: (A Brief Discussion of Resources for Schools) (Moderator: Carolyn Weshonce)

    • Mandi Rae (SAP/Crisis Liaison): The Prevention Network. Beaver County Resources
    • Representative: SPHS Care Center in Washington County Resources
    • Renee Urick (Region VIII Coordinator PNSAS): Bridge Training Update
    • Rusty Hewitt: Allegheny County Mental Health Resources
    • Bernie Galanko (Drug and Alcohol Program Representative, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol):  Allegheny County D&A resources
    • Rebekah Ventura, LPC: WPIC partial/Intensive Outpatient and COPE Eating Disorder Clinic
    • Lisa Ashbaugh (HSAO): Human Services Administration Organization
    • Mike Scarff (re:solve): Allegheny County Crisis Resources

    2:15 - 2:30 pm: Break

    2:30 - 3:30 pm:  Dr. Susan Tarasevich:  So What, Now What?  

    An interactive session that will help you to consolidate and commit to transferring the significant pieces of today's workshop in your day to day practice.

    3:30 pm: Closing Remarks: Carolyn Welshonce & Terry Kerr

    PASAP Member Rate: $25.00
    Non-Member Rate: $75.00  

    To become a member of PASAP and receive the membership registration rate click here
    www.pasap.org/join.  Membership must be paid prior to registering for the workshop.

    Click here to register

    Continuing Education Credits

    PASAP is an Act 48 Approved Provider. Participants can earn up to 6 hours of Act 48 credit (full workshop attendance). (Morning Session Only: 3 hours, Afternoon Session Only: 2 hours)Participants must provide their Professional Personnel ID (PPID) number when registering and must be present at each session in its entirety to receive credit. Additionally, hours of social work credits will be offered through the University of Pittsburgh. A $10 fee for the social work credits will be added at the time of pre-registration.

    Speaker Bio’s:

    Susan Tarasevich, Ed.D. is passionate about providing educators with deep knowledge and easy to implement strategies so they can empower their students to be the best that they can be. A former teacher, school counselor and administrator, Susan brings these skills to her work as a Preventionist for Addiction Medicine Services of WPIC, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.  Susan supports educators as they build sustainable frameworks for addressing student learning barriers through SAP, PBIS and other initiatives.  

    Dr. Gordon Hodas has served as consulting child and adolescent psychiatrist to the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) in Harrisburg since 1992.  Working in particular with the Children's Bureau, Dr. Hodas has been involved in many initiatives supporting children and adolescents and their families, including suicide prevention and the implementation of trauma-informed care in all child-serving systems.  Dr. Hodas is also an active child psychiatric practitioner, and provides school-based mental health services in the Southeast region to children up to age 21 with a variety of special emotional and behavioral needs.

    Special thanks to Moon School District for hosting the workshop, to OMHSAS and The Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Grant for their generous contributions to this event and to Allegheny County for providing lunch and their ongoing support of PASAP.

    • Wednesday, October 18, 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Center for Schools and Communities, Camp Hill, PA
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    Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals (PASAP)
    South Central Regional Workshop

    Wednesday, October 18, 2017
    Center for Schools and Communities
    275 Grandview Avenue, Commonwealth Room
    Camp Hill, PA  17011
     
      

    Agenda:

    8:30 am - 9:00 am: Registration

    9:00 am - 10:00 am: "Ensuring the Educational Stability of Foster Care Youth" presented by Matthew Butensky

    Workshop Description: Foster care youth are much more likely than their peers to struggle academically and fall behind in school. This workshop will provide an overview of legislation which provides protections for foster care youth enrolled in schools and the required role of school districts to ensure school stability. Attendees will also be made aware of challenges children in foster care face and how cross system collaboration between education and child welfare partners can cultivate positive school outcomes for youth in foster care.

    10:00 am - Noon: "Supporting Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness" presented by Sonia Pitzi

    Workshop Description: In this session participants will receive information about how their school/district/organization can support students experiencing homelessness through implementation of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act. Best practices will be shared around topics such as identification/eligibility, transportation and appropriate services and resources to promote students’ academic success.

    Noon - 1:00 pm: Lunch (provided)

    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm: "Enhancing School Climate and Connectedness for All Students" by Leah Galkowski

    Workshop Description: Research indicates that a positive school climate is linked to school connectedness, academic achievement, student engagement, healthy development and teacher retention. When students feel their school is not safe and welcoming, these important factors suffer. Students experiencing homelessness are among those most at risk of falling through the cracks with regard to school connectedness and academic achievement. This session will explore what school climate/student connectedness is, what it looks like and why it matters. Attendees will also explore ways to increase school connectedness for at-risk students, by attending to all students; creating a welcoming, accepting, non-judgmental, non-intrusive environment where bullying is prevented/addressed; and where in-school and community resources are made available to support students who may be experiencing homelessness.

    3:00 pm - 3:30 pm: Evaluations, Act 48, and closing remarks

    PASAP Member Rate: $25.00
    Non-Member Rate: $75.00  

    To become a member of PASAP and receive the membership registration rate click here
    www.pasap.org/join.  Membership must be paid prior to registering for the workshop.
        

    Click here to Register   

    Continuing Education Credits

    PASAP is an Act 48 Approved Provider. Participants can earn up to 5 hours of Act 48 credit (full workshop attendance). (Morning Session Only: 3 hours, Afternoon Session Only: 2 hours)  Participants must provide their Professional Personnel ID (PPID) number when registering and must be present at each session in its entirety to receive credit. Additionally, 5 hours of social work credits will be offered through the University of Pittsburgh. A $10 fee for the social work credits will be added at the time of pre-registration.

    Speaker Bios

    Matthew Butensky joined the Center for Schools and Communities in 2016 as a Youth Development Coordinator and is assigned as the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Statewide Foster Care Point of Contact. Matt’s role is to collaborate with school districts to ensure implementation of foster care provisions found under the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015. Prior to joining the Center, Matt worked for the Schuylkill Intermediate Unit 29 in grant development and out-of-school time programs. Matt also participated in the Teaching Assistant Program in France where he worked in a “Priority Education Zone”, providing English language learning opportunities to elementary age students. Matt is a graduate of Susquehanna University and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Public Administration from Shippensburg University.

    Sonia Pitzi has worked with students experiencing homelessness for more than 20 years, eliminating educational barriers through partnerships and coordination with school districts, shelters and other community agencies. She is responsible for providing training and technical assistance to all educational entities in ECYEH Region 3, which spans eight counties in southcentral Pennsylvania (Adams, Cumberland, Franklin, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry, and York). In her role as regional coordinator, she supports inter-district and intra-district cooperation and communication to identify, support, ensure appropriate transportation services to, and assess and address barriers for students experiencing homelessness. In order to reach the non-sheltered homeless population, and the population of unaccompanied homeless youth, she coordinates a summer outreach and camp program that provides much needed services for this population. Sonia obtained her bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Education (Special Populations) from Northland College in WI and is also certified as an Olweus Bullying Prevention Trainer.

    Leah Harry Galkowski is currently employed by the Center for Schools and Communities as a Safe School Coordinator and has worked with the Center since 1999.  Ms. Galkowski is a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration of Justice and minor in Spanish.  Ms. Galkowski was previously employed by the Department of Public Welfare in the Office of Children Youth and Families as a program specialist.  Prior to that, Ms. Galkowski held several positions within the York County Children & Youth Agency.  She was an intake investigator, Emergency Services Supervisor and supervisor of a satellite office.  With this experience, Ms. Galkowski has become an organizational trainer of Mandated Reporters of Suspected Child Abuse, utilizing the DHS approved curriculum from the PA Family Support Alliance.

    • Tuesday, October 24, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Northwest Tri-County IU#5, Edinboro, PA

    Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals (PASAP)

    Northwest Region Workshop 

    Tuesday, October 24, 2017
    8:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Northwest Tri County IU5
    Rooms A and B
    252 Waterford Street
    Edinboro, PA 16412

    Agenda:

    8:00 – 8:30 am: Arrival and Registration

    8:30 – 10:00 am: "Alcohol and Other Drugs: Barriers to Student Success" with Tara Phillips

    Workshop Description: This workshop will discuss current drugs of abuse as well as specific youth drug trends. Drug categories will be described along with signs and symptoms associated with them. Paraphernalia will be shown both in person and through photos to help participants better identify how students are bringing drugs into school districts. Participants will be able understand the impact of social media and its influence on the culture of drug and alcohol abuse. This workshop will help to provide clarification of treatment law and how that intertwines with educational law as well as treatment options that are available.

    10:00 am - 10:15 am: Break

    10:15 – 11:45 am: "It's a Different World- Teen Technology, Social Media and Mental Health" with Ryan Klingensmith

    Workshop Description: This training defines social networking that educators should be aware of and listening for with student’s. The presentation will review social media behaviors related to:, drug and alcohol, eating disorders, self-harm and suicide. The most current social media sites such as Instagram, Tumblr, Kik, Snapchat and After School will be defined and youth culture and mental health practices on these sites/apps will be discussed. This presentation will raise the awareness of youth culture on the internet and how adults can communicate and educate with youth to be responsible digital citizens

    11:45 am – 12:30 pm:  Lunch (provided)

    12:30 – 2:00 pm: "Legal Update on Issues Impacting SAP Teams" with Erin Gilsbach

    Workshop Description:  This session will focus on current legal trends that will assist SAP Teams as they work with their students and parents.

    2:00 pm - 2:15 pm:  Break

    2:15 – 3:45 pm: "Introduction to the Suicide Prevention Online Learning Center" with Perri Rosen

    Workshop Description: This interactive presentation will overview the Pennsylvania "Suicide Prevention in Schools and Colleges Initiative," before reviewing training and awareness resources available through the project. Participants will be introduced to the Suicide Prevention Online Learning Center, a new training resource developed to support educators, mental health professionals, and community members with increasing their knowledge and skills pertaining to youth suicide prevention. Additional resources available through the website, including facilitator guides, will be previewed.

    3:45 pm - 4:00 pm:  Wrap up and evaluations

    Registration Costs:

    PASAP Member Rate: $25.00 (must log in to get the member rate)

    PASAP Non-Member Rate: $75.00

    All registrations must be submitted via www.pasap.org

    Click here to Register


    Continuing Education Credits

    PASAP is an Act 48 Approved Provider. Participants can earn up to 6 hours of Act 48 credit (full workshop attendance). Morning Session only: 3 hours.  Afternoon session only: 3 hours. Participants must provide their Professional Personnel ID (PPID) number when registering and must be present at each session in its entirety to receive credit.  Additionally, 6 hours of social work credits will be offered through the University of Pittsburgh.  A $10 fee for the social work credits will be added at the time of registration.

    Speaker Bios

    Tara Phillips is the Community Programs Coordinator for Gateway Rehab in Pennsylvania.  She has experience working with the mental health system providing intensive case management services as a certified High Fidelity wraparound Facilitator for the most at risk adolescents for out of home mental health placement.  Prior to working in Mental Health she worked in the social service system monitoring foster care placements and ensuring the safety of those placed outside of their traditional home.  She also has provided intake assessments and safety risk assessments for juveniles involved in the justice system entering into inpatient drug and alcohol treatment at Gateway Rehab.  Tara has been trained in Drug Recognition and identification helping her to better educate others on signs and symptoms of drug use.  Her 13 years of experience working within different social service systems has led her to her current job as a Commonwealth Student Assistance Lead Trainer for Gateway training school districts on the Student Assistance Program.

    Ryan Klingensmith has been working with children and teenagers with mental health concerns since 1994. He has held roles such as therapist, supervisor and clinical director in several residential and outpatient settings. He is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and is a nationally certified counselor (NCC). He currently works as an outpatient therapist and a Prevention Specialist. He is the cofounder of Shape The Sky, a training agency dedicated to helping parents, educators and counseling professionals learn to effectively communicate and educate youth to be digitally responsible citizens.

    Dr. Perri Rosen is Project Director of the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention grant, a SAMHSA-funded grant awarded to the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) at the Department of Human Services (DHS) in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  This grant is focused on suicide prevention awareness, training, screening, and intervention for youth ages 10-24 throughout the Commonwealth.  She is also Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) and a Pennsylvania certified Special Education teacher.  Additionally, she sits on the Executive Board of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania (ASPP), and she is a certified trainer in Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) and Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA).

    Erin Gilsbach is an experienced speaker at the state and national levels on issues regarding Education and Education Law, Erin Gilsbach is the Director of Professional and Policy Development, an attorney with the PA-based law firm of King Spry Herman Freund & Faul, and a founding member of the Greyfriars Institute, a nonprofit affiliate entity dedicated to providing quality professional education in the area of school law to educators and school leaders. She provides legal representation and/or professional development to over 150 Pennsylvania schools. In her practice, Atty. Gilsbach emphasizes a proactive approach to legal defensibility for schools by helping them to create procedures, administrative regulations and board policies that are developed not only upon consideration of statutory and regulatory requirements but also the best practices and common pitfalls found within the facts of applicable case law. Voted a Rising Star Attorney by her peers in Superlawyers and Philadelphia magazines for the past three years, Atty. Gilsbach serves as President-Elect of the PA School Boards Solicitors Association. She began her career as a public high school English teacher. Prior to joining King Spry and the Greyfriars Institute, she served for over two years at the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Office of Chief Counsel.

    • Tuesday, November 14, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Midwestern IU4, Grove City, PA

    Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals (PASAP)

    Northwest Region Workshop (South) 

    Tuesday, November 14, 2017
    8:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Midwestern IU 4
    Rooms A and B
    453 Maple Street
    Grove City, PA 16127

    Agenda:

    8:00 – 8:30 am: Arrival and Registration

    8:30 – 10:00 am: "Alcohol and Other Drugs: Barriers to Student Success" with Tara Phillips

    Workshop Description: This workshop will discuss current drugs of abuse as well as specific youth drug trends. Drug categories will be described along with signs and symptoms associated with them. Paraphernalia will be shown both in person and through photos to help participants better identify how students are bringing drugs into school districts. Participants will be able understand the impact of social media and its influence on the culture of drug and alcohol abuse. This workshop will help to provide clarification of treatment law and how that intertwines with educational law as well as treatment options that are available.

    10:00 am - 10:15 am: Break

    10:15 – 11:45 am: "It's a Different World- Teen Technology, Social Media and Mental Health" with Ryan Klingensmith

    Workshop Description: This training defines social networking that educators should be aware of and listening for with student’s. The presentation will review social media behaviors related to:, drug and alcohol, eating disorders, self-harm and suicide. The most current social media sites such as Instagram, Tumblr, Kik, Snapchat and After School will be defined and youth culture and mental health practices on these sites/apps will be discussed. This presentation will raise the awareness of youth culture on the internet and how adults can communicate and educate with youth to be responsible digital citizens

    11:45 am – 12:30 pm:  Lunch (provided)

    12:30 – 2:00 pm: "Legal Update on Issues Impacting SAP Teams" with Erin Gilsbach

    Workshop Description:  This session will focus on current legal trends that will assist SAP Teams as they work with their students and parents.

    2:00 pm - 2:15 pm:  Break

    2:15 – 3:45 pm: "Introduction to the Suicide Prevention Online Learning Center" with Perri Rosen

    Workshop Description: This interactive presentation will overview the Pennsylvania "Suicide Prevention in Schools and Colleges Initiative," before reviewing training and awareness resources available through the project. Participants will be introduced to the Suicide Prevention Online Learning Center, a new training resource developed to support educators, mental health professionals, and community members with increasing their knowledge and skills pertaining to youth suicide prevention. Additional resources available through the website, including facilitator guides, will be previewed.

    3:45 pm - 4:00 pm:  Wrap up and evaluations

    Registration Costs:

    PASAP Member Rate: $25.00 (must log in to get the member rate)

    PASAP Non-Member Rate: $75.00

    All registrations must be submitted via www.pasap.org

    Northwest Region Workshop (South) Register Here


    Continuing Education Credits

    PASAP is an Act 48 Approved Provider. Participants can earn up to 6 hours of Act 48 credit (full workshop attendance). Morning Session only: 3 hours.  Afternoon session only: 3 hours. Participants must provide their Professional Personnel ID (PPID) number when registering and must be present at each session in its entirety to receive credit.  Additionally, 6 hours of social work credits will be offered through the University of Pittsburgh.  A $10 fee for the social work credits will be added at the time of registration.

    Speaker Bios

    Tara Phillips is the Community Programs Coordinator for Gateway Rehab in Pennsylvania.  She has experience working with the mental health system providing intensive case management services as a certified High Fidelity wraparound Facilitator for the most at risk adolescents for out of home mental health placement.  Prior to working in Mental Health she worked in the social service system monitoring foster care placements and ensuring the safety of those placed outside of their traditional home.  She also has provided intake assessments and safety risk assessments for juveniles involved in the justice system entering into inpatient drug and alcohol treatment at Gateway Rehab.  Tara has been trained in Drug Recognition and identification helping her to better educate others on signs and symptoms of drug use.  Her 13 years of experience working within different social service systems has led her to her current job as a Commonwealth Student Assistance Lead Trainer for Gateway training school districts on the Student Assistance Program.

    Ryan Klingensmith has been working with children and teenagers with mental health concerns since 1994. He has held roles such as therapist, supervisor and clinical director in several residential and outpatient settings. He is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and is a nationally certified counselor (NCC). He currently works as an outpatient therapist and a Prevention Specialist. He is the cofounder of Shape The Sky, a training agency dedicated to helping parents, educators and counseling professionals learn to effectively communicate and educate youth to be digitally responsible citizens.

    Dr. Perri Rosen is Project Director of the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention grant, a SAMHSA-funded grant awarded to the Pennsylvania Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) at the Department of Human Services (DHS) in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  This grant is focused on suicide prevention awareness, training, screening, and intervention for youth ages 10-24 throughout the Commonwealth.  She is also Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) and a Pennsylvania certified Special Education teacher.  Additionally, she sits on the Executive Board of the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania (ASPP), and she is a certified trainer in Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) and Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA).

    Erin Gilsbach is an experienced speaker at the state and national levels on issues regarding Education and Education Law, Erin Gilsbach is the Director of Professional and Policy Development, an attorney with the PA-based law firm of King Spry Herman Freund & Faul, and a founding member of the Greyfriars Institute, a nonprofit affiliate entity dedicated to providing quality professional education in the area of school law to educators and school leaders. She provides legal representation and/or professional development to over 150 Pennsylvania schools. In her practice, Atty. Gilsbach emphasizes a proactive approach to legal defensibility for schools by helping them to create procedures, administrative regulations and board policies that are developed not only upon consideration of statutory and regulatory requirements but also the best practices and common pitfalls found within the facts of applicable case law. Voted a Rising Star Attorney by her peers in Superlawyers and Philadelphia magazines for the past three years, Atty. Gilsbach serves as President-Elect of the PA School Boards Solicitors Association. She began her career as a public high school English teacher. Prior to joining King Spry and the Greyfriars Institute, she served for over two years at the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Office of Chief Counsel.

    • Wednesday, February 14, 2018
    • 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • PASAP Office

    Student Athletes and Substance Use presented by Tina George from Caron Treatment Center.

    Program Description:

    This program will inform participants on the differences between student athlete substance use and their non-participating peers. We will look at how substances, including caffeine and work-out supplements, can affect athletic performance. We will look at the unique factors that make this populations of students, in some cases, more at risk than their peers and what are some things we can put into place to protect them.

    Participants will be able to:

    • Differentiate the at-risk behaviors that can make this population of students more vulnerable than their non-participating peers.
    • Recognize how different substance of abuse can affect athletic performance.
    • Identify ways in which we can protect this population of students from being at-risk for substance abuse.

    By educating SAP professionals on the at-risk behaviors for student-athletes surrounding substance abuse, we can better identify and address concerns for this population of students and increase their success as a student. Specific ideas to implement in safeguarding this population will be discussed during this session.

    PTina Georgeresenter Tina George, MSW is part of the Student Assistance Department at Caron Treatment Centers since 2006. She provides Student Assistance Program Training across the east coast and is an approved Lead Trainer for the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Tina is also responsible for providing Student Assistance Services in Berks and Lancaster County schools. Tina spent some time doing clinical work in Caron’s Adolescent Treatment Center. Prior to Caron, Tina worked in child welfare for thirteen years and spent some time doing school social work in Berks County, PA.

    • Sunday, February 25, 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    • 12:30 PM
    • The Penn Stater Conference Center, State College, PA

    PASAP-PAMLE Conference Patron Registration

    This year will mark PASAP’s 28th and PAMLE’s 43rd Annual Conferences.

    We continue to strive to deliver meaningful, skill and prevention based professional development opportunities that will provide participants with the tools to, in turn, affect student learning, achievement, and life success.  

    In order to help support this professional development opportunity Become a Conference Patron.  For a small $10.00 donation, your name will be listed in the conference program booklet and our website in honor of your generous gift. 

    All proceeds will assist in offsetting the cost of bringing in known experts in the field of student assistance to present the most helpful and up to date information so that children throughout Pennsylvania will be positively impacted.

    Contact us via email at support@pasap.org if you have questions. And we thank you in advance for your generous donation.

    • Sunday, February 25, 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    • 12:30 PM
    • The Penn Stater Conference Center, State College, PA

    PASAP-PAMLE Conference Exhibitors-Sponsors-Ads Registration

    This year will mark PASAP’s 28th and PAMLE’s 43rd Annual Conferences.

    In the spirit of collaboration and joint mission, PASAP and PAMLE have continued to partner to provide a phenomenal professional  development opportunity. This conference again promises to be one of our most exciting and rewarding with keynote and workshop presentations focusing on the current and key issues that face our youth today.

    We continue to strive to deliver meaningful, skill and prevention based professional development opportunities that will provide participants with the tools to, in turn, affect student learning, achievement, and life success.  

    This registration form is to be used by Exhibitors, Sponsors, and those who purchase Conference Booklet Ads.

    Conference Exhibitors: Be sure to review the terms and conditions.

    Contact us via email at support@pasap.org if you have questions.

Past events

Tuesday, August 08, 2017 SAP Training
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Children of the Incarcerated: Serving time without committing the crime
Sunday, February 26, 2017 PASAP-PAMLE 2017 Conference
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 Is This A Good SAP Referral?
Monday, November 21, 2016 Northwest Region Workshop (Edinboro)
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 Understanding the Impact on Adolescent Students of Combined Nicotine and Marijuana Use
Tuesday, November 08, 2016 Northwest Region Workshop (Grove City)
Friday, November 04, 2016 PASAP Eastern Regional Workshop
Thursday, October 20, 2016 PASAP North Central Regional Workshop (Cancelled)
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) Implementer Training
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 Understanding Your Role in Serving Students Experiencing Homelessness Webinar
Friday, April 01, 2016 Celebrating SAP: Teaming Up to Serve Youth & Families for 30+ Years
Sunday, February 28, 2016 PASAP-PAMLE 2016 Conference - Speaker, Awardees, Meal Purchase
Sunday, February 28, 2016 PASAP-PAMLE 2016 Conference Exhibitor-Sponsor-Ads Registration
Sunday, February 28, 2016 PASAP-PAMLE 2016 Conference
Wednesday, January 06, 2016 Can’t Quit Now! Games, Apps and the Internet Webinar
Wednesday, December 02, 2015 Northwest Region Workshop (Grove City)
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Current Social Media Apps with Youth Webinar
Thursday, November 05, 2015 PASAP Eastern Regional Workshop
Thursday, October 29, 2015 Safe Schools Conference
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 Current Drug Trends Update Webinar
Monday, September 14, 2015 Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (N.S.S.I.): Etiology & Assessment
Thursday, May 21, 2015 Bullying in Sports: The Injuries We Don’t See
Sunday, May 17, 2015 National Prevention Week
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Cultivating Empathy for Healthy Relationships and Collaborative Classrooms
Sunday, February 22, 2015 PASAP-PAMLE 2015 Conference Exhibitor Registration
Sunday, February 22, 2015 PASAP-PAMLE 2015 Conference - Meal Purchase Only
Sunday, February 22, 2015 PASAP-PAMLE 2015 Conference
Thursday, February 12, 2015 ALICE Training Course (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate)
Monday, December 08, 2014 PAPSA Regional Workshop - Lansdale, PA
Friday, December 05, 2014 PAPSA Regional Workshop - Indiana, PA
Wednesday, November 05, 2014 Safe Dates Implementation Training
Thursday, October 30, 2014 PASAP Eastern Regional Workshop
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 Highmark Foundation’s Huddle Up Against Bullying Symposium
Wednesday, October 15, 2014 Pennsylvania Suicide Prevention Conference
Friday, October 10, 2014 PASAP Southwest Regional Workshop
Wednesday, October 08, 2014 2014 Safe Schools Conference
Friday, September 19, 2014 2015 Conference RFP Deadline
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 PASAP South Central Region Workshop
Thursday, April 10, 2014 PASAP North Central Region Workshop
Friday, April 04, 2014 PASAP Board of Directors Meeting
Sunday, February 23, 2014 PASAP-PAMLE 2014 Conference

Pennsylvania Association of Student Assistance Professionals
PO Box 165
Titusville, Pennsylvania 16354
Email us: support@pasap.org

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