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In Session Podcast

In Session is an education-centered podcast where we speak with changemakers working towards safe supportive learning environments within their communities produced by the National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments. Our guests include state and local education agencies and their partners - all grant recipients from the Department of Education, using their funding to advance school-based mental health services, support mental health service professionals, and establish trauma recovery and prevention programs.

Please note, the contents of this podcast do not necessarily represent the policy or views of the U.S. Department of Education, nor does it imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education.

In Session Podcasts

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On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with Frank Rider, a seasoned Technical Assistance Specialist (TAS) at NCSSLE, about the capacities LEAs and SEAs need to improve their school mental health programs and systems.

On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with NCSSLE partners Ruth Cross and Andrew Tucker from the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) about supporting youth by combining workforce skills and Social Emotional Learning (SEL), an area of interest among the grantees we serve. This conversation is guided by NCSSLE’s Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with Sharon Fishel, Project Director for the Trauma Recovery Demonstration Grant program at the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development, about their Trauma Engaged Framework. This conversation is guided by NCSSLE’s Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with Rosemary Reilly Chammat and Bianca Carreiro, both School Based Mental Health grant recipients from the Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, about statewide role-specific professional development as a retention strategy. This conversation is guided by NCSSLE’s Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

On this episode of “In Session,” we speak with Jay Roscup, a Mental Health Service Professionals grant recipient and Community Schools Director, about the community school strategy and its impact in Sodus Central School District. This conversation is guided by Brianna Cunniff.  

On this episode of In Session, we talk to Stacy Hardison, school counselor and Project Prevent (Cohort 2) Grant Program recipient, about utilizing the arts to destigmatize mental health, particularly in rural communities such as Stringtown Public School in Oklahoma. Stacy Hardison is joined by school psychologist and Project Director for the Stringtown P2 Grant Ronny Potts. This conversation is guided by Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

On this episode of "In Session", we talk to Kiana Longnecker, School Climate and Culture Consultant and Project Prevent (Cohort 2) Grant Program Director about the small group restorative circles coaching program at Oakridge Schools in Muskegon Area Independent School District (MAISD). Longnecker is joined by Rachel VanDyke, teacher at Oakridge Public Schools. This conversation is guided by NCSSLE’s Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunniff.

On this episode of “In Session,” we talk to Dr. Elene Peters, clinical psychologist and Mental Health Service Professionals grant recipient, about the mental health program at John V Lindsay Wildcat Academy Charter School in New York City. Dr. Peters is joined by Mental Health Counselor Jessica Levin and Mental Health Intern Nicole Bogutsky. This conversation is guided by Annie Knowles and Brianna Cunnif.

On this episode of “In Session,” we talk to Mental Health Service Professional grant recipients and their partners about developing and maintaining successful partnerships in rural communities. Our guests include Joseph Wharff, Associate Director of the Office of Student Services at the Virginia Department of Education and State Coordinator of the Virginia Partnership for School Mental Health. We also welcome Jamey Petersen, Coordinated School Health Director for the Montana Office of Public Instruction. 

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