Time to Act ECHO: Mental Health Across the Lifespan

Time to Act ECHO: Mental Health Across the Lifespan is a statewide training initiative intended to build provider capacity and confidence in applying evidence-based practice around topics that deal with mental health across the lifespan. The ECHO series will help enhance professional networking throughout the state by bringing together providers from across disciplines to discuss and learn about important topics related to mental health across the lifespan. Participants will receive highly relevant professional development, case-based learning, and opportunities to network with other professionals. This will result in teams that are trained more effectively to work with their clients.

Topics include early identification, infant mental health, mental health in the workplace, and more.

The target audience of these sessions is early childhood providers, behavioral health providers, administrators, mental health community clinics, social workers, pediatricians and other medical providers, and family members

These sessions are FREE for all participants.

Sessions will be held the 3rd Wednesday of each month from
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. MST via Zoom video conferencing technology.

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Contat Us

Phone: (435) 890-5768
Email: timetoact@aggies.usu.edu

Session Date Expert Presenter Topic
October 18, 2023 TBA Early Warning Signs of Infant Mental Health
November 15, 2023 TBA Racial Disparities in Infant Mental Health
January 17, 2024 TBA Social Emotional Health and Development
February 21, 2024 TBA Role of Social Media and Mental Health
March 20, 2024 TBA How to Talk With Your Teen About Mental Health
April 17, 2024 TBA Suicide Prevention
May 15, 2024 TBA Depression Among Women
June 19, 2024 TBA Mental Health in the Workplace