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In response to the unprecedented challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, BHIPP has launched a series of interactive, web-based learning sessions called BHIPP Resilience Breaks. These sessions are a virtual space for pediatric primary care and behavioral health providers to connect, learn and share about strategies, practices and resources to promote mental health and resilience among children and families as well as providers. Free CME and CEU credit is available for participation.
See below for recordings, slides and resources from each BHIPP Resilience Break session.
For questions, please call the BHIPP line at 855-MD-BHIPP (632-4477) or email Chelsie Ader
Session 1: Healthy Routines & Strategies to Support Families Working & Learning from Home
Session 2: Helping Children Cope with COVID-19 & Anxiety
Session 3: Talking to Kids About COVID-19
Session 5: Supporting Adolescents During COVID-19
Session 4: Provider Resilience
Session 6: Strategies to Support Healthy Sleep in Children During COVID-19
Session 7: School Mental Health During COVID-19
Session 8: Youth and Substances: What’s a Primary Care Provider to Do
Session 9: Maryland TREE Program/Supporting the Development of Young Children during COVID-19
Session 10: Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder in Youth
Session 11: Collaborating to Care for the Mental Health of Young Children
Session 12: Identification and Management of Eating Disorders in Pediatric Primary Care
Session 13: Understanding Adolescent Self Injury
Session 14: Young Adult Perspectives Conversations about Primary Care and Behavioral Heal
Session 15: Talking Race, Kids and Health
Session 16: Addressing Child and Adolescent Depression in the Primary Care Setting
Session 17: Helping Families Manage Anxiety in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting
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