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News 12 Highlights District’s Use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy to Support Students

News 12 covered Hen Hud’s use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for students who are struggling mentally or emotionally. In the segment, school social worker Megan Brenner describes how DBT helps students manage their emotions, control stress and improve interpersonal skills.

Click here to watch the News 12 segment on Hen Hud:

News 12 story on Hen Hud and DBT

The district is committed to supporting the mental health of its students and working with families to promote social emotional wellness. Click on the link below to read more about DBT and the district’s partnership with Dr. Alec Miller, a world-renowned clinical psychologist and an expert in the field of DBT.

Interview with Dr. Alec Miller

School Psychologist Rick Brodsky was featured on a superintenendent podcast last year, discussing DBT. Click on the link below to listen in: 

Podcast with Dr. Rick Brodsky

Many of the district’s mental health support staff attended a Social Emotional Learning conference at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES last year. Click here to read about it.

Hen Hud Staff Attend Social Emotional Learning Conference