Mental Health & Behavior Support Services provides resources to students, parents, and staff to support the positive development of social, emotional, and behavioral wellbeing of all SUSD students.
Training and education supports for parents on various topics are featured. Our team of professionals includes Mental Health Clinicians (Licensed/Associate Marriage Family Therapists & Clinical Social Workers), Behavior Support Specialists (Credentialed Teachers), Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and other social services and behavior intervention staff with layers of educationally related experience.
The followings resources are curated using information and links from a variety of local and national organizations. This information is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition.
Parent Training Resources
BCBA Virtual Parent Coffee Talk
Parent Coffee Talk with our department BCBAs have been recorded and uploaded to our webpage for parents to reference in the future. These talks will continue to be scheduled when we return to school. If there are topics that you feel your sites would be interested in please reach out to us at MHBSS@stocktonusd.net