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MHDD ECHO
Winter/Spring 2021

MHDD ECHO offers a virtual network with real-time access to an interdisciplinary team of experts in the field of mental health for people with developmental disabilities. The Fall 2019 team includes a psychologist, clinician, applied behavior analyst, parent, and self-advocate guests with personal experience. ECHO participants take an active role in rich dialogue, case presentations, and recommendations while earning CEUs at no cost.

MHDD ECHO takes place over Zoom every other Thursday from 10:00 am – 11:30 am (Alaska Time) starting September 12, 2019, and closing December 19, 2019

MHDD ECHO offers a virtual network with real-time access to an interdisciplinary team of experts in the field of mental health for people with developmental disabilities. The Fall 2019 team includes a psychologist, clinician, applied behavior analyst, parent, and self-advocate guests with personal experience. ECHO participants take an active role in rich dialogue, case presentations, and recommendations while earning CEUs at no cost.

MHDD ECHO takes place over Zoom every other Thursday from 10:00 am – 11:30 am (Alaska Time) starting September 12, 2019, and closing December 19, 2019

A network with real-time access to a team of experts in mental health and developmental disabilities.

Winter/Spring Series launches January 21, 2021 from 10:00-11:30 am (Alaska Time) and continues every other Thursday through April 29, 2021.

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Podcast

Listen to our most recent episode of the Mental Health Crossroads Podcast! This month, host Tatiana Perilla interviews Maria (Conchita) Hernandez Legorreta. Conchita was born in Mexico and grew up in California. She advocates for the rights of blind children and their parents in the public-school setting in the United States and abroad through a lens of intersectionality focusing on social justice.

Listen to our most recent episode of the Mental Health Crossroads Podcast! This month, host Tatiana Perilla interviews Maria (Conchita) Hernandez Legorreta. Conchita was born in Mexico and grew up in California. She advocates for the rights of blind children and their parents in the public-school setting in the United States and abroad through a lens of intersectionality focusing on social justice.

Listen to our most recent episode of the Mental Health Crossroads Podcast! This month, host Tatiana Perilla interviews Maria (Conchita) Hernandez Legorreta. Conchita was born in Mexico and grew up in California. She advocates for the rights of blind children and their parents in the public-school setting in the United States and abroad through a lens of intersectionality focusing on social justice.

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