Supporting Children and Youth Who Struggle Annual Summit

YES! (Youth Emotional Stability) In Rock County

2017 Summit Brochure Click on link for the .pdf brochure


2017 Summit Save the Date Click on link for the .pdf poster

The 9th Annual
Supporting Children and Youth Who Struggle Summit
Awareness to Action
Friday, February 10, 2017
Beloit Memorial High School, 1225 4th Street, Beloit, WI

Power Point and PDF materials from presenters.

12 easy steps on the way to gender inclusiveness
12 Easy Steps Towards Gender Inclusion_112514
Supportive Families, Healthy Children
Helping Families with Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual & Transgender Children
FAP English Version 2 FINAL
Framework for Gender Inclusive Schools
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) – An Introduction
Mike Joranger
Michael Joranger – Trauma Informed Care
Things Anyone Can Do Tomorrow
Things anyone can do tomorrow.030215
Twelve Things Every Gender-Nonconforming Child Wants You to Know
Twelve Things Every Gender Nonconforming Child Wants You to Know
8 Things to Remember About Child Development

The 8th Annual
Supporting Children and Youth Who Struggle Summit
Awareness to Action
Friday, February 12, 2016
Beloit Memorial High School, 1225 4th Street, Beloit, WI
2016 Save the Date
2016 YES Summit Brochure Click on link for .pdf brochure

Power Point and PDF materials from presenters.

GSAFE Supporting LGBTQ Youth

Snitker-Magin PPT handout  - Intentional Integration of Social Emotional Development Across a Preschool Child’s Day

CST Powerpoint Handout

Redefining Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care

Copy of Concepts of Love and Logic

Here is past information from the 2015 Summit:


Here are the handouts from the 2015 Summit:

Agenda 2015 rev

My Power in the Workplace

Guidelines for Achieving Communication Free of Racial Ethnic Bias

Exploring the Concept of a Multicultural Environment

Difference Above and Below Water line



Cultural Competence in Mental Health Care

Collectivist vs Individualist Value Systems

Business Benefits and Basic Understandings



VM Parenting Approach

Documented Benefits

Benefits of infant massage


Poverty Fact Sheet Life Behind Bars

Children of Incarcerated Parents

Recognizing Treating Anxiety in Children

Childhood Anxiety Disorders List

Where are you from

Cultural Comp

Here are handouts from the 2014 Summit:

FFCM FFT Updated

Janesville Workshop Me Moves

child parent separation through incarceration

The ABC’s of KTG 2013 (r)

YES Summit Presentation Powerpoint

Navigating the Kraepelinian Vortex2

child parent separation through incarceration 2014

Please join us at our 6th Annual Summit. Here is the link to register:

Please see the attached brochure.

YES! Summit Brochure 2014 Final


Here are documents from last years summit.

Nature vs Nurture

Incorporating Trauma into PBIS Teacher Management

Somatic Experiencing Language and Techniques

WI DPI_Using PBIS to Help Schools

Adolescent Dissociative Experiences Scale

Child Dissociative Checklist



Sensory processing activities handout

Too Much.Too Little.Too Fast.Too Slow Presentation

Screening Assessment of Trauma for IEP’s


Compassion Fatigue



YES! (Youth Emotional Stability) In Rock County




Christine Dunning, PhD. Professor from UW Milwaukee Trauma Counseling Program presenting on Transgenerational Effects of Trauma

Tim Grove, MSSW. Chief Program Officer at Integrated Family ServicesSt. Aemilian-Lakeside, Milwaukee

presenting on Trauma Informed Care and Effects of Trauma


Breakout Session Topics Include (not a complete list): EMDR, Trauma in Schools, Homelessness, Sensory Issues and Mental Health in Young Children, Identity Formation and Depression in Undocumented Latino Youth, and Secondary Trauma 

Cost: $30, Registration Information and Conference Brochure Coming Soon

YES! in Rock County Vision:

For every child and adolescent in Rock County to have his or her social and emotional development needs met within the context of family, educational system, community and culture.


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