The mental health connection



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PhD in School Psychology

School Psychologist, Delaware County
Intermediate Unit
Clinical Assistant Professor,
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Terri Erbacher has practiced as a school psychologist with the Delaware County Intermediate Unit since 1999 and has been a professor of psychology at the
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine since 2007. Dr. Erbacher is past President for the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, past Chair of the Delaware County Suicide Prevention Task Force, and served as a Clinical Scientific Advisor on the Board of Directors of Survivor of Suicide, Inc. She currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Pennsylvania Youth Suicide
Prevention Initiative and is the Crisis Prevention Committee
Chairperson on the Executive Board of the Association of
School Psychologists of Pennsylvania.
REV. DR. SUE BERTOLETTE
Rev. Bertolette obtained her BS. in Psychology from Eastern College, her Master’s Degree in Divinity from Eastern Baptist Seminary and Doctoral degree in Ministry from Lancaster Seminary. Rev. Bertolette has served as a Pastor at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Lansdale, PA for the past 35 years where she presently serves as Senior Pastor. Additionally, Rev. Bertolette has been a hospice chaplain for 19 years.
NAMI

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), founded in 1879, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families. Membership is diverse and is made up of families and caregivers of children and adolescents with mental illness;

adults who live with mental illness, or whose loved one has a mental illness mental health professionals and other individuals throughout the community.
The speakers have no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this educational activity.


The purpose of Summer Camp is to provide a time of renewal, education and celebration for Nurses, Clergy,
Chaplains, Students and anyone involved in Health Ministry.
At the completion of this program the participant will be able to:

Discuss strategies for assisting individuals with common mental health issues.

Identify at least two risk and protective factors for suicide.

Explore the role of the FCN in providing resources in the community for individuals with mental health issues and their families.

Recognize various ways to spiritually support an individual with mental health issues.
The registration fee includes Continental breakfast, lunch, all materials and contact hours
PLEASE BRING A DONATION FOR LOCAL FOOD BANKS personal care items such as shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, feminine products, deodorant, toilet paper and paper towels. Nonperishable food items are also welcomed.
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by Abington Hospital as an accredited provider by the PA Department of Health licensure, and the Joint Commission.

This program has been approved for 4.8 contact hours.
Attendees eligible for contact hours must attend the entire program without exception.

Evaluations must be completed and turned into receive certificate of contact hours. Those unable to attend the entire program are not eligible for part of the contact hours awarded.
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