Welcome to the Resources Page
Welcome to the CPE resources page. I hope you find this information valuable and helpful. The content on this site is for educational and informational purposes only. Any providers listed on the site are also for informational and educational purposes only. They are provided for your convenience and are not endorsed by myself or USD 229. Each student and family has individual needs that must be met and it is up to the individual parent/guardian to decide which providers, services or path to healing is most appropriate for them to choose. When a family is seeking medical intervention for themselves or their child it is often overwhelming and they don't know where to start to look for help. This site is simply a reference point for beginning your search for the provider(s) that may meet your needs.
If you have used a provider that has been helpful or beneficial to you or your familiy and would like to share that resource with others, I would be glad to post it on my website if you contact me. This list is not exclusive and this page will be updated frequently as I am made of aware of resources).
Please check each tab for a variety of topics and resources. If you have additional questions, please contact Ms. Burnside at 913-239-6117 or [email protected] .
The following materials may help when dealing with bullying and are available for check out from the Counselor's Office.
The Recess Queen - Alexis O'Neill Kicky the Mean Chick - Erika Karres
Howard B Wigglebottom Learns About Bullies - Howard Binkow
Bully B.E.A.N.S. - Julia Cook Jake Drake Bully Buster - Andrew Clements
Jody and the Bully - Elizabeth Anders Say Something - Peggy Moss
Stop Picking On Me - Pat Thomas My Secret Bully - Trudy Ludwig
Miranda Peabody and the Case of the Lunchroom Spy - Susan DeBell
The Tale Of Sir Dragon - Jean Pendziwol Trouble Talk - Trudi Ludwig
The Playground Bully - Bernice Chardiet and Grace Maccarone
Please Stop, I Don't Like That - Sandy Ragona and Amy Tranel
Sorry! - Trudi Ludwig
Community Counseling and Mental Health
Johnson County Mental Healthhttp://mentalhealth.jocogov.org/welcome.htm Johnson County Mental Health Center's mission is to improve the mental health and quality of life for Johnson County residents. Our staff accomplishes this by providing mental health services tailored to the needs of those we serve which are of the highest quality and easily accessible to all residents.
Like physical illnesses, mental illness shows itself in a variety of levels of seriousness. Many people seek help for depression or anxiety. Some ask for help to deal with a chemical dependence or other addiction. Sometimes a family problem or relationship has become difficult to manage. And for some a major mental illness is a life-long disability.
Johnson County Mental Health Center began operation in 1962 providing outpatient services in one location. Today, mental health services are provided in four separate facilities located throughout the county. In addition, services have expanded to include specialized programs for adults with life long disabling mental illness; children with severe emotional disabilities; substance abusers; the deaf and hard of hearing; the elderly; victims of sexual abuse; and juvenile and adult offenders. Twenty-four hour emergency services are provided to meet the needs of those persons experiencing a mental health crisis.
Johnson County Mental Health Center operates under the auspices of Johnson County Government and is licensed as a community Mental Health Center. Its operations are overseen by a seven member governing board.