Indian River School District seeking nominations for Behavioral Health Professional of the Year

Posted 1/23/23

SELBYVILLE — The Indian River School District is seeking nominations for its Behavioral Health Professional of the Year for 2023-2024.

This program recognizes outstanding service by school …

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Indian River School District seeking nominations for Behavioral Health Professional of the Year

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SELBYVILLE — The Indian River School District is seeking nominations for its Behavioral Health Professional of the Year for 2023-2024.

This program recognizes outstanding service by school employees who are health care practitioners or human service providers that offer services for the purpose of improving an individual’s mental health.

Such school employees include school counselors, school social workers, licensed clinical social workers, school psychologists and school nurses. Each school will select one Behavioral Health Professional of the Year. 

Candidates must meet the following state criteria:

  1. Have at least three (3) years’ experience as a behavioral health professional (the experience is not required to be in the same district/school or position);
  2. Hold a certification or licensure credential through the Department of Education and/or the Professional Regulation Board;
  3. Continue to serve in a behavioral health position for the award year of 2023-2024.
  4. Nominee is an exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled BHP.
  5. Nominee promotes positive, supportive, and professional image of BHP’s within his/her work site and community.

To nominate an individual for Behavioral Health Professional of the Year, complete and submit the nomination form available on the district website at irsd.net. Forms can be submitted to the nominee’s school. Nominations will remain open until Feb. 10.

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