Services for Professionals - Resources
The ECHO® model for case-based learning promotes a greater recognition of the mental and behavioral health challenges students face in school-based settings through collaborative, educational experiences during CATR ECHO sessions. Counselors and other school-based personnel can increase their awareness and expertise in school-based behavioral health, all the while creating a community of practice that fosters better outcomes for students. The social, emotional, and mental health concerns students present with can be challenging. CATR ECHO case presentations allow participants to present real student concerns in a secure, confidential collaborative and receive immediate feedback, resources, and evidence-based strategies for prevention and intervention of the presenting problems.
To present a student at a CATR ECHO session, please complete the request form by clicking the School-Based Case Presentation Request link below. You may also complete the form using a mobile device by scanning the QR code. Upon completion of the form, CATR ECHO will get in contact with you to review the request and schedule the case presentation. Should you have any questions or need additional information, please reach out to us at CATRECHO@ttuhsc.edu
Monthly Calendar of ECHO Events