Kim Barthel is a sought-after speaker on many topics for a wide variety of professionals and community members globally. While she is predominantly a speaker and teacher, she also assesses and supports a wide range of clients, often when there is the complexity involved. Her specialties in workshop instruction include Trauma-Sensitive Practice, Pediatric Neuro-Developmental Treatment, Sensory Processing, Attachment Theory, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Addiction, and Mental Health. Kim supports agencies, schools, and businesses to develop trans-disciplinary services and environments for a wide range of individuals with special needs. Historically, she has experienced co-creating programs for individuals who have both a developmental diagnosis and complex mental health needs. Increasingly, she helps to develop and maintain trauma-sensitive schools and trauma-sensitive workplaces.
In this clinical conversation, Kim Barthel discusses concepts related to the origins of mental health with a holistic overview considering neurobiology, environment, and relationship. This clinical conversation is intended to broaden the understanding of pediatric mental health, building a foundation for support.
Intended Audience: All Pediatric Professionals, Parents, Educators
Presentation Length: 30 min- 1 Hour