In addition to sharing valuable insights, Nancy’s conversational tone and ability to show vulnerability in her practice brings her listeners in, creates a space for empathy and learning, and inspires us to connect at a deeper level with more people. And, one hopes, we will all make a bigger impact because of that.

— Participant
School Mental Health Course

Dr. Rappaport is available to speak or conduct longer workshops upon request on topics including the following:

  • The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students
  • Resilience: Understanding and Teaching Challenging Children Without Burnout
  • Compassion, Burnout, and Empathic Fatigue: Building Resilience in Our Patients and Ourselves
  • “Is This Student Safe to Return?” A Comprehensive School Safety Assessment Approach
  • After a Suicide: Helping Children Heal
  • Teen Depression: What Parents, Schools, and Communities Can Do
  • Finding Our Way: Healing Our Traumatized Children
  • The Power of Reflection: The Role of Narrative in Medicine
  • Advocating for Patients and Educating about Suicide: Drawing from Personal and Clinical Experience

Upcoming Events

February 08, 2022 10am-12pm

Taking Charge of Your Emotions: Parent Guidance for DBT Skills

Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth

In this interactive workshop with Dr. Claire Bogan and Dr. Nancy Rappaport, emotional regulation skills for teens will be presented. These concrete strategies taught in this webinar will be guided by “DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents*” and are designed to support emotion regulation skill development both in school and at home. Resources to support parents/guardians with home practice will be provided during this session.

February 04, 2022

School Safety Assessments with Case

School Mental Health: Treating Students K-12
Online OR at the Fairmont Copley Plaza

Presented with Dr. Sarah Goodrum.

January 19, 2022 10am-12pm

Building a Culture of Safety in Classrooms: Awareness, Assessment, and Monitoring

Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth

More than ever educators recognize the importance of identifying and supporting students experiencing mental or behavioral health challenges.  Dr. Rappaport and Dr. Goodrum will discuss the ways educators can promote a culture of safety in their schools and classrooms by recognizing the warning signs for mental or behavioral health challenges, conducting threat assessments to evaluate and manage students of concern, and sharing information to support the students’ reintegration and success (or prevent any potential decline).

Previous Events

April 01, 2014

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

Multiple venues across Poland
Poland
March 28, 2014

A Child Psychiatrist’s View of Her Mother’s Suicide

Menninger Symposium: The Problem of Suicide: Rediscovering Hope
Houston, TX
March 11, 2014

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Maine Medical Center
Portland, ME
February 13, 2014

In Her Wake

Grand Rounds, Harvard University Health Services
Cambridge, MA
February 12, 2014

School Avoidance

Lincoln-Sudbury Public Schools
Sudbury, MA
February 11, 2014

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

Carlisle Public Schools
Carlisle, MA
January 31, 2014

Staying Strong after Adversity: Learning from Marathon Monday

Harvard Medical School conference: School Mental Health: Treating Students K-12
Boston, MA
January 29, 2014

Depression and Suicide

Lincoln-Sudbury Public Schools
Sudbury, MA
December 06, 2013

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

The Education Cooperative
Dedham, MA
November 12, 2013

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

Carlisle Public Schools
Carlisle, MA
November 08, 2013

The Behavior Code: Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

CHADD Annual International Conference on ADHD
Crystal City, VA
November 06, 2013

From Child Trauma to Childhood Strength

Lesley University Child Homelessness Conversation
Cambridge, MA
October 25, 2013

Life Members Wisdom Clinical Perspectives "Plays Well With Others" vs. "My Way or the Highway": The Revolutionary Evolution of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's Relationship with Pediatrics and Schools

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
October 24, 2013

Medical Student and Resident Breakfast: Inspiration for Success in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
October 23, 2013

"Impossible" at School: Consulting on Violent, Disruptive, and Highly Unusual Kids

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting
Orlando, FL
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