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Mental Health Awareness and Communications Series - Carobeth Zorzos

  • Date:July 08, 2021
Mental Health Awareness and Communication Series
Encompas Mental Health Wellness Program
 
July 28, 2021 – 1000 – 1100 ET
Featuring Carobeth Zorzos, M.A., C. Psych., BCBA

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About the Speaker:
Carobeth is a Clinical Psychologist and a Board-Certified Behaviour Analyst who has, since 2001, worked with children, youth, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, intellectual/developmental disabilities, behaviour disorders, and learning disabilities. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno.
 
Carobeth has worked in government and private practice settings, and her past consultation experience includes a wide variety of environments, including home and centre-based Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) programs, schools, group homes, residential treatment programs, long term care facilities, adult day programs, inpatient mental health settings, and children’s aid societies. She also has experience working with Indigenous children and youth in rural and remote communities throughout Ontario. She received the 2018 Gerry Bloomfield Award from Autism Ontario and the 2017 President’s Award for Service Excellence from ONTABA for her work on the MCYS OAP Advisory Committee.
 
About the Session:
Child and youth mental health has been discussed frequently this past year, in light of the numerous changes in our daily lives as a result of the pandemic. The session will share information regarding available mental health services for children and youth. The goal is to answer commonly asked questions, including:
 
  • When should I reach out to a professional about my child or youth?
  • What supports are available to support my child or youth?
  • How do I access supports?
  • What do mental health services look like for my children or youth?
  • How are families involved in services and supports?
 
We will discuss commonly accessed services, including counselling and psychotherapy, psychoeducational assessment, behaviour supports, and specialized services.  A question-and- answer period will be held at the end of our talk.
 
Visit www.encompascare.ca to learn more.
 
Speaker Series:
These presentations will provide education on topics and solutions for healing and resilience.  They will also showcase some of the speciality services such as Residential Treatment or Intensive Outpatient treatment.
 
Note: To ensure your anonymity, your registration information will ONLY be available to the hosts from Dalton Associates. Registrants will NOT have the option of turning on their camera or microphone at any time. Questions will be managed through the text Q&A which are sent only to the hosts – Dalton Associates. They will either answer those questions verbally without referencing the name of the participant who asked the question, or privately through the text function. 
 
All sessions will be delivered through the PHIPA complaint version of Zoom Webinar.
 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact encompas@daltonassociates.ca
 
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