Mental Health Summit 2022

The Mental Health Summit is sponsored by the Ruderman Family Foundation.
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Registration Fees:
Prizmah Network schools $144 per person
Non-Network schools $180 per person
Canadian Prizmah Network Schools $108 US per person
Canadian Non-Network Schools $135 US per person (use code: CADNON)


For every three participants a school sends, the fourth participant will receive a 50% off discount. In order to activate this discount, all participants must register and pay at the same time.

Keynote Only
Prizmah Network schools $64 per person
Non-Network schools $80 per person
Canadian Prizmah Network Schools $48 US per person
Canadian Non-Network Schools $60 US per person (use code: CADNON)
Register here to attend only the keynote  


The registration system will automatically determine whether or not your school has joined the Prizmah Network, and will charge the appropriate price for all US schools and for Canadian Prizmah Network Schools. Participants from Canadian Non-Network Schools should use the discount code CADNON to activate Canadian school pricing.


Educational Administrators / Directors of Teaching and Learning, Student Services Professionals / School Counselors / School Psychologists
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Investing in the Social-Emotional Mental Health of Our Jewish day schools

Engage in high level learning, collaboration and growth in the area of mental health in Jewish day schools. With teammates from your school and colleagues from across North America, explore the most up to date knowledge of best practices in mental health, practice what these theories look like when applied in schools, and develop methods and approaches for bringing these systems and supports back to your school and context.


3 day interactive online gathering

Sunday, May 15 - Tuesday, May 17, 2022 
14 - 17 Iyar 5782

Why is this gathering different from all other gatherings? There are 4 unique learning opportunities designed for you.

Deep Dives Join a group of invested education leaders over the course of 3 days. In this powerful 4.5 hour interactive workshop with specific takeaways. This program requires participation and sign up for all the 3 days, same group, 1.5 hours each.

See options in the Program Outline section below.
Workshops and Keynote Choose from among the 58 synchronous and 15 asynchronous workshops - these are workshops designed to be so unique and engaging that you can not find them on Ted Talks or Youtube - they are worth your time and attention.

See options in the Program Outline section below.
Connection Opportunities During the “off hours” when the program participation is not required, you can join optional sessions, some led by peers, some led by experts in the field, and some spontaneous discussion rooms that can pop up. Bring an idea, a concern or a topic and you can join or lead a discussion room for connections!
Asynchronous Learning and Resources Explore our newly updated mental health resources in Prizmah’s Knowledge Center, explore resources shared by speakers, or take the time to disengage and re-calibrate off line or with peers by joining the optional opportunities offered.

Program Outline

To make the most out of this experience, please plan on attending each of the three days. We are thrilled to be working with Nefesh to be offering you the opportunity to apply for CE credits if you wish.

Over the course of our three hours together over three days, we will offer choices in workshops, interactive models of engagement, and cohorts of colleagues with whom you will be able to unpack, process, and apply what you are learning.

Mental Health Summit 2022 Schedule

Sunday, May 15, 2022 6:30 PM - 9:15 PM ET // 3:30 PM - 6:15 PM PT

6:30 PM - 6:40 PM ET Welcome
6:40 PM – 7:25 PM ET 45 minute choice workshop (see options below)
7:25 PM - 7:35 PM ET Break
7:35 PM - 9:05 PM ET Deep Dive Part 1 (see options below)
9:05 PM - 9:15 PM ET Wrap up, plans for the following day, exit ticket


Workshop Options

  1. Utilizing Neuroscience & Growth Mindset to Promote Learning, Regulation and Resilience with Ms. Tricia Stern, Network of Jewish Human Services Agencies​​​​​​
    In this workshop, we will explore new developments in neuroscience including the importance of integrating the right and left hemispheres of the brain as well as the prefrontal cortex and amygdala. We will also discuss how this understanding of the brain coupled with the research on cultivating a growth mindset can promote learning, self-regulation and develop resiliency over time. Target audience: educators, school counselors

  2. Understanding GenZ: Then and Now with Rebecca Ruberg, Jewish Education Project
    This workshop will examine pre-COVID data collected from Jewish teens and mirror it onto the current mental and emotional state of a generation of youth in crisis. The GenZNow Data - a 2019 survey of over 17,576 Jewish teenagers provided a deep understanding into who these teens are, what they care about and want, and to some extent, what the Jewish community could do to enhance their lives as people, and as Jews. This study captured a pre-COVID glimpse into their lives, their articulated needs and in many ways forecasts their current needs from the Jewish community. We will specifically delve into one question “Teens I know need help with...” and the 5 social and emotional needs articulated by the survey participants. Target audience: anyone who works with teens

  3. “When I Am There For Myself”: Reclaiming and Aligning Subjective Self with Dr. Dovid Fox, Chai Lifeline: Mental Hygiene, Self-Image and Self-Awareness
    Participants will gain defining concepts in understanding and developing aspects of self. They will obtain tools for boosting self-image and identifying conflicting facets of self. They will develop skills for managing competing needs in their personal, interpersonal and professional roles as educators and mentors. They will be outfitted with tools for self-care. Target audience: all school leaders

  4. How to Integrate Social Emotional Skills into your Leadership Approach: A toolbox for the busy administrator with Dr. Oshra Cohen, Maayanot High School
    SEL has become an important part of the teaching we expect of our faculty. Research has demonstrated that modeling is one of the most effective ways for skill acquisition. In this workshop, designed for the busy administrator, we will learn concrete ways in which principals and administrators can model SE skills effectively for their faculty by integrating these skills into their leadership styles. Target audience: school administrators

  5. The Legalization of Marijuana: What Does it Really Mean? With CCCSA (Communities Confronting Substance Use and Addiction)
    With recreational marijuana now legal in New York, New Jersey, California and 16 other states, our youth are being exposed to it now more than ever. As a direct result, studies indicate the perception of harm has declined and usage has increased amongst our teens. This workshop will discuss the facts about the legalization of marijuana, the impact of pop up dispensaries and smoke shops in our communities, what kind of substances and devices our students will have access to, how look-alike products and THC-infused edibles present a danger to our children, the difference between CBD and THC, and how can we explain adult recreational use of marijuana to our students. Understanding current culture in light of legalization will go a long way to properly preparing and educating our students about the dangers and risks of use. Target audience: everyone


Deep Dive Options (Session selection must be made at time of registration)

  1. Building a Comprehensive School Mental Health System with Sharon Goldstein, Paul Hyry-Dermith and Sarah Nemitz, Gateways
    Comprehensive mental health systems allow schools to help all students learn about mental health and self-care, to provide early intervention around emerging mental health challenges, and to support students struggling with more serious mental health conditions. In this series participants will learn the elements of a comprehensive school mental health and social-emotional learning (SEL) system, grounded in the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) framework. They will develop a visual representation (MTSS map) of the current state of the SEL and mental health systems in their school, identify elements/areas of relative strength and those most in need of development. They will hear about the MTSS work that is being done in some Boston-area Jewish day schools, and will develop an initial action plan for work toward a comprehensive mental health system in their own schools. Target audience: It really could be anyone, it is so important for school leadership to understand the benefits of a system and to support it. It would even be great if a team of a few (or more) staff from a school attended together so that they can bring the ideas back to the school. We have done similar trainings and had groups including the MH provider, nurse, principal or head of school, director of support services.

  2. Teenage Drinking and Mental Health: Evidence-based Prevention with Dr. Michael Kidorff, Chayeinu
    Three interrelated 90-minute sessions are designed to help school administrators and educators understand the link between teenage drinking and mental health concerns, and increase awareness of evidence-based prevention and treatment strategies. About 10 - 15% of teenagers experience a mental health disorder, and many of these disorders co-occur with problem drinking. The first session explores the prevalence and consequences of teenage drinking, and how drinking problems routinely co-occur with psychiatric conditions that are often untreated or undertreated. The second session explores fundamental principles of substance use prevention that can be implemented in both school and home settings. These principles emphasize “protective factors”, focusing on both education and wellness. The final session describes current approaches to the treatment of alcohol use disorder in adolescents, and how school faculty can support parents who have children misusing alcohol or drugs. Target audience: everyone

  3. Draft Your Social Strategy: 3 Steps to Help You, Your Students, and Your School Community Navigate Social Media Positively with Mrs. Laura Tierney, Social Institute
    Now, more than ever, students’ social-emotional health is deeply shaped by their social world, including social media and technology. In this deep dive, The Social Institute’s Founder and CEO, Laura Tierney - a pioneer in positive social media education - will share actionable tips and best practices to help you and your students make healthy, high-character choices during this challenging time. Join us to 1. understand the latest social media and tech trends among students 2. build a plan to proactively empower your entire community - students, parents, and educators - to navigate social media positively and 3. upgrade your own use of social media with the latest tips and tricks from expert technologists Target audience: everyone

  4. The Peer to Peer Difference: Student Led Mental Health Clubs with Mr. Marc Fein and Mrs. Olivia Friedman
    Session 1
    - Why Do We Need a Student Run Mental Health Awareness Club? While schools have done a better job at hiring staff and running events to raise awareness of Mental Health, the research indicates that the number one source of information and support for adolescents are their peers. In our session we will explore the relevant research, share lived experience and a perspective from the field, and examine how this model can be integrated into your schools.
    Session 2 -  Teens share how to effectively and responsibly incorporate student leadership. Teen leaders share their motivations for starting Mental Health Clubs in their schools, the impact on them and their peers, and practical strategies for mobilizing teen leadership at your institutions. Together, the teen leaders will present two different models for school clubs, a selection of events and lessons learned, and answer your questions about the peer to peer model from a student perspective.
    Session 3 - How to Build Your Mental Health Club. Learn about the local and national organizations that provide curriculum, financial resources, and community to launch your Mental Health Club. Discover how to leverage your internal school resources and student and parent bodies to create a culture change at your school. Finally, review our step-by-step guide for building and launching your club. 
    Target audience: high school guidance counselors and teachers

Monday, May 16, 2022 – 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET (optional program until 4:00)

11:00 AM -11:35 AM ET Welcome and Torah choice sessions (see options below)
11:35 AM -11:45 AM ET Break
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM ET 45 minute choice workshop (see options below)
12:30 PM -1:30 PM ET Lunch
12:45 PM - 1:25 PM ET Optional sessions (see options below)
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM ET Deep Dive Part 2
3:00 PM - 6:30 PM ET Break
6:30 PM - 7:15 PM ET Welcome back and 45 minute choice workshop (see options below)
7:20 PM - 9:00 PM ET Keynote and Q and A with Ron Clark. Learn more about our guest speaker here.
9:00 PM - 9:15 PM ET Wrap up, plans for the following day, exit ticket


Torah Choice Sessions

  1. Self Compassion - a Jewish Practice with Rachel Buckman, Sefaria
    Would you be friends with someone who speaks to you the way you speak to yourself? Many of us find it hard to be gentle with and forgiving of ourselves - especially when we fail or make mistakes - and the practice of self-compassion seeks to help us channel the same compassion and understanding we often feel for others towards ourselves as well. Inspired by the work of psychologists Kristin Neff (UT-Austin) and Chris Germer (Harvard Medical School), this interactive session will teach the Torah’s take on self-compassion. Participants will explore the idea of self-compassion, the ways in which it is expressed in Jewish sources, and gain concrete tips for practicing it when we need it most.

  2. Working with Kids With Anxiety: A Jewish Approach with Mel Berwin, Blue Dove Foundation
    Anxiety and depression are prevalent right now for our kids. As educators, we can use and model language that helps reinforce healthier thinking patterns - language straight from our Jewish tradition. Drawing on the principles of Dialectical Behavior Therapy and personal experience with children struggling with depression and anxiety, we’ll focus on helpful - potentially life-saving - tools and language for our youth.

  3. Sexuality and Love in Chazal, Yonatan Sinclair, Keshev
    We will delve into sources that can help speak about love and sexuality in a positive light, and understand how chazal through these sources saw in love and sexuality a positive force that needs to be educated towards.

  4. Building Mental Health through Tefillah with Mrs. Tamar Nussbaum, Ani Tefillah
    The World Health Organization defines Mental Health as: “a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community”. In this session participants will learn why and how Tefillah can affect a child’s mental health.

  5. Using the Practice of Shmitta For Our Mental Health with Rabbi Tiferet Berenbaum, Rabbi of Congregational Learning and Programming, Temple Beth Zion in Brookline, MA
    Shmitta, the Year of Release in the Torah provides an opportunity for the land and those who work it to rest. Today, the practices of the shmitta year provide a framework for how we let ourselves rest and how we can prioritize our mental health. 


Workshop Options (11:45 AM - 12:30 PM ET)

  1. It’s Not What You Know, It’s Who You Know: Making Mental Health Referrals From a Day School with Rachel Fryman, PhD LCSW
    The workshop will start with an inquiry of what day school counselors and learning support specialists feel they would like to learn about making mental health referrals, as well as a discussion on the types of referrals they currently make at their respective schools. We will identify types of mental health referrals and explore using case examples when an issue in a school may need one professional over another (ie. neuropsychologist, psychiatrist, social worker/psychologist, OT/PT/SLT etc). The workshop will address collaborating with existing community resources (such as Jewish Boards or similar agencies, community and hospital mental health services, college counseling and testing centers), as well as school districts for services entitled to students under the IDEA Act. The presentation will conclude with a summary of the session for participants to use for future reference when making referrals. Target audience: school guidance counselors/psychological services, special education teachers, general studies administration

  2. Integrating Mental Health Into Judaic Studies Curriculum: Rabbi Saul Haimoff, PsyD, Jewish Center of Atlantic Beach
    This workshop teaches participants how to use classic Torah texts to teach students important topics in psychology. Ideal for Judaic Studies teachers who want to integrate relatable and inspirational messages to help improve student mental health. Workshop explores sample sources, including: Bible narratives, character analysis, Talmudic quotes and ideas, mussar/philosophy and modern Jewish thought. Mental health topics covered include: anxiety, stress, depression, self growth, social skills and emotional regulation. Target audience: teachers, administrators, and people involved in curriculum development

  3. Hosting a Mental Health Week with Rabbi Noam Stein, Refuat Hanefesh
    Hosting a Mental Health Week at your school is a great way to normalize discussions of mental health and wellness in your school population. When done right, a mental health week can be an uplifting and affirming experience for students and faculty. Learn why and how to host one from an educator and mental health advocate who has hosted one in schools for several years. Target audience: educators, administrators, school mental health professionals, student activities, anyone who can develop programming in a school

  4. Peer to Peer Mental Health Support with Ms. Beth Lipschutz, MSW, Jewish Teen Education & Engagement Funder Collaborative, powered by The Jewish Federations of North America
    We all know that teens turn to their peers when they may be experiencing a mental health challenge. How can we better prepare teens to support their peers appropriately? Explore some different programs that help teens notice when their friends may need extra support and help them connect to the appropriate resources and think about how to best support the students in your community. Target audience: all educators

  5. Teaching Judaism and Sexuality: Some Do’s and Dont’s with Dr. Yocheved Debow
    Knowledge of some basic sources and an approach that Judaism has to sexuality. Some tips of what is important and valuable to say to our students and some tips for what is best not said or done. Some thought questions to leave with about what might be best/good in your school. Target audience: school administrators, teachers and counselors


Optional Sessions (12:45 PM - 1:25 PM ET)

  1. Vision Boards That Get It Done! with Ms. Michelle Renfrow, MA, LPC, Beren Academy, Houston, TX.
    Vision boards are a visually attractive way to organize your goals or a direction in life you are wanting to take. It is a graphical representation of your visual brainstorming that you can draw on paper or on your computer. The goal is to help you organize your concepts and ideas logically so that you can see a complete overview of all your information. Join us and be prepare to create one for your goals!

  2. Engaging Teens in Creating Social/Communal Change with Shalom Task Force
    Through this workshop, we will explore Shalom Task Force’s strategy in engaging teens in our work and the results that followed. We will then explore practical ways schools can take this approach to engage students in raising awareness around social issues within their school. Recommendations will include: creating opportunities for more student lead educational opportunities, forming Chesed/ advocacy committees separate from student government, and creating a year-round advocacy calendar.


Workshop Options (6:30 PM - 7:15 PM ET)

  1. A School Framework for Mental Health Safety with Dr. Sigrid Pechenik, The Wellness Institute
    A practical, research-based approach to implementing mental wellness in middle and high schools - from promotion and prevention to early intervention and treatment. Despite being deeply interconnected, emotional wellness, bullying, and suicide safety have largely been treated as independent issues. This session presents a multitiered framework of evidence-based practice for addressing mental wellness in school in a comprehensive manner, from increasing protective factors by addressing the emotional wellness of all students, to educating parents and staff, and ensuring those at risk are identified early and receive the appropriate care they need. Target audience: school behavioral health staff, school administrators, educators, and/or anyone interested in implementing mental health safety in the school setting

  2. How to Offer Help that REALLY Helps with Mrs. Deborah Riegel
    Whether you’re a teacher or counselor, principal or admissions director, learning support specialist or head of school, your job is to help. Who? Students, staff, faculty, parents, the community and more. And yet, most of us have only one or two “tried and true” ways of helping other people, such as giving advice, problem solving, or stepping in and fixing things. In this interactive session, participants will learn how to become “help fluent” by significantly expanding their range of helpful approaches so that they can provide helpful approaches that really, truly work. Target audience: everyone

  3. Unlocking the Power of Federal Funding to Support Mental Health Services with Mrs. Ariella Hellman and Mr. Steve Perla from ADAC 
    *This is intended for schools within the United States only

    This session will explore the funding available through federal education programs such as EANS, ESSA and IDEA to support mental health services in Jewish day schools. Participants will have an opportunity to learn more about each of these funding streams and will learn how to tap into this funding for the benefit of their schools. Target audience: heads of schools, business office professionals and student support directors

  4. Using Performance Psychology Techniques to Foster Resilience in Youth with Dr. J Jenkins, Harvard University
    Performance Psychology is a form of consultation best suited for situations of high-stress and where we hope to encourage someone to thrive. Childhood and youth are both moments where parents, educators, and other adults can incorporate basic performance psychology principals into their work with youth to build resilience, leadership qualities, and a better sense of collaboration. This talk will explore several strategies to incorporate into daily and specific interactions with youth to foster these important traits and strengthen your relationship with these individuals.

  5. Debunking Bully Prevention and Bullying Myth with Dr. Rona Novick, Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education, Yeshiva University
    Bullying is highly misunderstood, often leading to ineffective prevention and intervention efforts. This workshop will debunk myths regarding incidence, bullies and victims, and effective intervention. Specific guidelines and resources for effective prevention and intervention approaches will be offered, as well as consideration for participants’ settings interested in addressing the issue. Target audience: everyone

Tuesday, May 17, 2022 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM ET Welcome, sharing of highlights and mini keynote. A View From the Balcony - What We Learned While Developing a Counseling Curriculum with Dr. Oshra Cohen, Mrs. Rachel Dratch and Mrs. Esther Rbibo, directors of Prizmah School Counselor curriculum cohort
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM ET 45 minute choice workshop (see options below)
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM ET Lunch
12:45 PM - 1:15 PM ET Lunch and learn (optional)
1:15 PM - 2:45 PM ET Deep Dive Part 3
2:45 PM - 3:00 PM ET Closing


Workshop Options

  1. Understanding and Working with ADHD with Dr. Jeffrey Lichtman
    ADHD is an often misunderstood neurological syndrome, presenting challenges to teachers and parents. This session will explain ADHD, the challenges and strengths of the student with ADHD. It will suggest ways for the educator to effectively work with this child. Target audience: teachers and other school staff

  2. Sexual Abuse Prevention In Our Schools: Understanding Grooming with Mrs. Rahel Bayar
    Understanding sexual abuse, grooming and how it has impacted students in jewish day schools across the country is an integral aspect of keeping kids safe. With a deeper understanding of how grooming keeps children from disclosing, day school administrators, mental health professionals and faculty members can navigate abuse prevention with a different lens, potentially saving kids lives Target audience: everyone

  3. Bullying Consultation with Dr, Rona Novick, Dean Azrieli Graduate School (For school counselors only)
    Participants will share anonymous descriptions of bullying situations at their settings and receive consultation specific to the case and application relevant for other situations. Target audience: limited to school counselors only

  4. Vaping and Mental Health: Connecting the Dots with Erich Kaufman, Chayeinu
    This workshop is designed to provide school administrators and educators factual information about the bi-directional relationship between vaping nicotine and mental health. Vaping remains quite popular among teenagers, with almost a quarter of 10th and 12th graders reporting e-cigarette use over the past month. This workshop will summarize the scientific literature on the psychological harms of vaping. We will begin by demonstrating that vaping often results in nicotine use disorder, an often chronic condition that is strongly associated with mental health concerns. We will then show that children with conditions like ADHD, as well as the mood and anxiety disorders, are at heightened risk to both initiate vaping and progress to nicotine use disorder. This workshop will provide a strong foundation for developing educational and prevention programs to support children and their parents. Target audience: educators and parents

  5. Preparing Your Graduates for Mental Health in the Post High School/Gap Year Space with Dr. Tzachi Fried, Machon Dvir, Israel
    What are the risk factors for mental health when sending your students to Israel for the year? And what can we do to prepare them better for any challenges on the social emotional level that they might face on their year away? In this session we will address these risk factors and discuss key points of awareness for guidance counselors and principles to be aware of and to better prepare their students and parents for the emotional and social challenges that they might face in their year in Israel after high school. Target audience: everyone

  6. De-escalation: A More Mindful and Effective Approach to Supporting Learners Through Emotional Crisis with Mr. Romain Bertand, Better Lesson
    Students and educators have experienced a lot of stressors in the past year - from brand new learning modalities to traumatic world events. Last month, we focused our learning on creating a culture in which trauma-informed practices are the solid of a more positive classroom culture. We will focus on ways to better prepare educators to face an emotional crisis in their classrooms and building by mastering de-escalation strategies and harnessing the power of productive mindsets. Target audience: everyone

  7. An Exploration of Whole Health Wellness with Ms. Emily Heren, BaMidbar
    What is “whole-health wellness,” and what helps you live well? How do we prioritize and practice self-care, and how can Jewish tradition support us in that endeavor? In this interactive Zoom session with BaMidbar, we will explore a multidimensional approach to wellness and self-care that can be used as a framework to encourage self-reflection and a quest for balance during these challenging times. Target audience: everyone

  8. Sharing Our Stories - The Vulnerable Leader with Rabbi David Burstein, Congregation Beth Adam ,our village religious school
    Using our own stories of brokenness can help open channels for healing. Based on my own ex journey with depression and my sharing it’s story with my community. Target audience: school leaders


Lunch and learn sessions (optional)

  1. Unlock the Secrets to More Effective Classroom Management with Dr. Laurie Galubtchik
    Unlock the secrets to more effective classroom management. In this workshop, we will work together to answer some of the most challenging questions facing teachers in the classroom. What is classroom management anyway? How can I make sure my students know what I want them to do? How do I get them to CARE (Curious, Active, Relate, Experience)?
    Learn valuable, evidence-based strategies for how you can set the tone for your classroom, build stronger teacher-student relationships, and be consistent in your approach while improving student engagement and learning.

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is this “summit” anyway? Can I duck in and out as needed?

Glad you asked! This interactive and engaging virtual summit is designed to be worth showing up for, and so we invite you to dedicate the time for this professional development and fully engage and connect with your peers.

Will sessions be recorded?

Many will and they will be uploaded on the Mental Health Summit participant resource hub following the gathering.

Can I see the resources from sessions I did not attend?

YES! Check out the Mental Health Summit participant resource hub where we will upload materials, resources (and recordings when we are allowed to share).

Do I need my camera on?

Prizmah gatherings are designed to be engaging and interactive. We hope that you will be able to participate fully, with video on.

Can my school send more than one person?

YES! In fact, we encourage schools to send teams!

Can my school get an invoice to pay?

Prizmah accepts payment by credit card at the time of registration. If you have questions about your registration, please email Rebecca Cohen.

If my school sends more than 1 person, is there a discount?

For every three participants a school sends, the fourth participant will receive a 50% off discount. In order to activate this discount, all participants must register and pay at the same time.

Do we have to attend every session?

The Mental Health Summit is designed to be a participatory and interactive experience, so we hope that you will be able to join for the entire program. Of course, we understand if you need to step away from the summit at any time - session resources and recordings will be available on the Mental Health Summit participant resource hub following the event.

What if I change my mind and want to attend a different session?

You can change your mind about any of the “FOMO” choice sessions, but once you commit to a deep dive, we ask that you stay unless you have special circumstance - please email Rachel Levitt Klein Dratch.

Can I attend ONLY the keynote on Monday night?

Yes, but you will miss out on some pretty awesome sessions that you can only access if you attend the whole summit.

Who can access session recordings and resources?

Session resources will be available to registered participants on the Mental Health Summit participant resource hub. A link to the hub will be shared prior to the summit.