The School of Health and Human Services (SHHS) prepares students to be leaders, scholars and professionals in promoting and providing lifelong optimal health and wellness.
SHHS serves about 2,500 students preparing for health and human services careers. The programs are collaborative and interdisciplinary and offer students a range of opportunities and community partnerships.
Dr. Abigail Gewirtz, a child psychologist and leading expert on families under stress, now offers a clear and practical guide to having the kinds of tough conversations with your kids that really help.
Staying calm in an anxious world | The different ways children react to stress, and how parents can read the signs| How parents can make sure they stay on the same page. As stress often causes a rift between parents, Dr. Abi gives advice for dealing with this together.
Oct. 13, 2021, 3 p.m.
St Cloud State University
Advance Registration Required
(live stream option available)
A LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE BOOKS WILL BE AT THE PRESENTATION
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The School of Health and Human Services (SHHS) will consider proposals for funding activities through the Center for Health and Wellness Innovation (CHWI) that align with the Gracheck-Svela fund agreement. Categories for funding assistance include:
Please see application for full details and fund description.
Do you have questions? Contact Jill Snippen or 320.308.4235.
Did you know if you are a student, faculty, or staff in the School of Health and Human Services you can apply for Professional Development Funds?
The School of Health and Human Services encourages projects and activities that will enhance School and/or Department initiatives and strategic goals through research, scholarship, and professional development.
Funding will be awarded to enrolled SHHS students, faculty, and staff applicants to offset expenses associated with activities such as attending professional conferences, presenting research, developing community action projects, etc. Priority consideration will be given to students who have not previously been granted funding from the Dean’s Office.
According to a 2020 report from the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States is currently diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Autism affects people from all socioeconomic groups and ethnicities. We have invited a panel of faculty to discuss their expertise in the research, treatment and advocacy related to autism. We will provide information about current and future initiatives at St. Cloud State University and in the broader community to support families, as well as relevant educational and career paths to support people with autism and their families.
Please watch the presentation to find out more about current and future initiatives at St. Cloud State University.