Dallas ISD’s Mental Health Services presents

Mental Health Matters 
La Salud Mental Importa

Recordings of the May 1st session are now live


The MHS team works collaboratively with other departments within DISD, including, but not limited to the Special Education, Counseling Services and Social and Emotional Learning departments. While each department pursues the goal of providing appropriate services to help students achieve academic success, each of these departments has separate functions to ensure this goal is met. The MHS department focuses on the provision of services (crisis intervention, short & long-term counseling, medication management, physical health, etc.) that promote health and wellbeing.


The MHS Department maintains the mission of supporting students’ academic success through a variety of services focused on emotional, behavioral and physical wellbeing.


MHS strives to increase equity across our communities by providing school-based and community-based services.


These services address physical and mental health concerns, including those related to depression, anxiety, academics, and family dynamics. 


Through the provision of services, we promote positive health and overall wellbeing, as well as the academic success of our students

Session One

May 1 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am CDT

Community Resources for Families
Understanding and Supporting Students with ADHD
Parenting with Connection
Resiliencia: Una Habilidad de Vida para Enfrentar La Nueva Normalidad


Session Two

May 1 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CDT

Everyday Mindfulness
Suicide Prevention: A Public Health Problem- You are the Tool We’ve Been Missing!
Bullying Prevention and Intervention
La Conciencia Plena para Los Padres y Cuidadores


Session Three

May 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CDT

Coping with COVID
Supporting Transgender and Gender-Expansive Youth
Mental Health & Wellness Matters: You are NOT “Crazy”
Criando con una Conexión


Session Four

May 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm CDT

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES): How Trauma Impacts Children
Recognizing and Responding to Anxiety
10 Ways to Bring Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Home
Oculto en la Vista