A Data-Driven Approach to Student Health & Wellness
How do you know your clinical counseling is improving symptoms? How do you know all the prevention efforts are shifting behaviors around wellness?
This presentation will deconstruct a village approach to targeting wellbeing concerns with students in real time and offer prevention and clinical tools that are evidence based to improve student wellbeing.
The fee for this program is included in your TABS membership.
Dr. Sarah Ferraro Cunningham PsyD
Dr. Sarah Ferraro Cunningham is a licensed psychologist specializing in substance use in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Cunningham pursued her master’s degree at Northeastern University in 2000, where she completed her training with Cambridge Health Alliance, an affiliate of Harvard University Medical School. Dr. Cunningham’s expertise and passion for education led her to emerge as a leader in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she currently provides training, consultation and education classes to university administrators, mental health providers and college students.
Lisa RoethlingDirector of Counseling at The Hill School. LPC, LAT, ACS
Ms. Roethling has served as the Director of Counseling since 2018, moving from Europe for the opportunity to start a clinical program model for The Hill School. This model includes clinicians providing individual and family psychotherapy, crisis intervention, triage, and short-term group therapy to students. She is passionate about her work with students and enjoys opportunities to consult with faculty, staff, and student organizations whenever possible. She also enjoys teaching and providing training on several topics that impact adolescent development. Her areas of specialty in counseling range from treating anxiety/depression, substance abuse, eating disordered behaviors, and other addictive behaviors. She has 15 years of experience working in residential and school-based settings. Before working at The Hill, she was the worldwide director of clinical services for Army-DODEA Adolescent Support and Counseling Services. This program was in seven countries, plus Hawaii, and covered a footprint of 19 schools.