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PSESD School Behavioral Health Workbook 

As the school community engages in yet another transition in the COVID era, we are cognizant that all transitions require attention to the whole child/the whole self to reach our common goal of establishing a healthy learning environment. We have created a PSESD School Behavioral Health Workbook to serve as a practical guide for detailing your plans and supporting the implementation of addressing the needs of students, family, and staff well-being. Our goal is to attend first to the mental health, emotional state, and well-being of members of the school community and to do so leading with race equity. This attention will not only support our youth in the here and now but for years to come. All materials have been vetted as evidence-based practices and consolidated for your use. The workbook was developed to align with the ESSER student well-being recovery plans. References are identified at the end and the table of contents is linked to assure it is user-friendly. Take a look and let us know how we can support your efforts! For more information on behavioral health resources, please contact Kim Beeson.

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