Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network is for school + county mental health professionals and related positions to come together to collaborate, share ideas, develop professionally, and stay current on resources that help students be successful in school, at home, and in the community. Presenters will be invited to multiple network meetings. Topics will include but are not limited to: trauma-informed practices, alternative discipline, brainspotting therapy, and school partnership opportunities. Mental health-related positions include but are not limited to social workers, counselors, and administration leading efforts in the areas of safety and social-emotional learning. Resource Training & Solutions will host six network meetings per school year. General CEUs will be provided when we conclude in May, based on individual attendance.

2024-25 Meeting Dates and Fees:

  • October 1st, 2024
  • November 5th, 2024* 
  • January 7th, 2025
  • February 4th, 2025
  • April 8th, 2025
  • May 6th, 2025*

*Denotes optional in-person meeting at Resource Training & Solutions, Sartell


All meetings are held virtually, 9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Dates with an asterisk mark dates in-person meetings will be held, with the option to zoom in. In-person meetings meet at Resource Training & Solutions in Sartell.


Register before July 1st, 2024 to access Early Bird Pricing

Full Member: $205 before July 1; $273 after July 1

Associate Member: $342 before July 1; $455 after July 1

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For More Information:

Please contact Megan Perry, Regional Licensed Social Worker at with interest or questions!

About the Presenter:

Megan Perry, Regional Licensed Social Worker

Megan is a calm school leader with a solution focused mindset. She has worked in education since 2014, focusing on mental wellness and resiliency with both students and adults. Megan is a LSW, with experience as a high school social worker. Designing and facilitating professional learning experiences that seek to deepen students' and educators’ understanding of social and emotional life skills allows her to blend her love of systems-thinking with human-centered endeavors and solutions.