“The Failing First Line of Defense” is a fantastic, important, insightful article by Jessica Lahey in The Atlantic that shines a light on the gap in mental health training traditionally offered to classroom teachers–who are so often a student’s first line of defense when it comes to revealing mental health issues.

Certification in the skills of LSCI is an excellent way to bridge the gap and help educators gain understanding of and competence in brain-based, trauma-informed, mental-health intervention strategies. Find out more at www.lsci.org or email swhitson@lsci.org to plan training for your staff.

 

http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/10/the-failing-first-line-of-defense/504485/

 

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