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Parent university keynote on growth mindset is underway. Thank you Bradley Anderson for sharing your insights with us! ...

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This SATURDAY!!!! PARENT UNIVERSITY!!! SIGN UP TODAY!! SESSION 2 WILL OFFER THIS.....

Managing Stress – Yours and your child’s - Michael Maniacci, PsyD
Unfortunately, stress is now a part of the everyday life of children. This workshop will explore the differences between stress and exhaustion, how they interrelate, and what parents can do about it later.
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SIGN UP NOW FOR PARENT UNIVERSITY!!!! YOU CAN LISTEN TO THIS AMAZING PRESENTATION.....

Bringing Out Their Best - Maureen O’Hara, MA
Learn how to build your child’s self-esteem by avoiding the traps of labeling, over-criticizing and enabling. Help your child become lovable and capable by providing opportunities to contribute and belong, by practicing the language of encouragement, and by building the forty assets for success.
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Session 2 will offer you this Presentation on the Teen Brain and Mental Illness......

The Teen Brain: It’s Development and Relationship to Mental Illness - Barb Barrett, R.N., BSN
In an effort to understand the causes of mental illness, scientists have been studying the development of the brain from birth to adulthood. The teen years are a crucial time for mental, social, and emotional wellbeing and development. Changes that occur in tevens brains as they develop may help explain why the first signs of mental illness often appear during this time. The reality is many people who suffer from depression, anxieties, obsessive compulsive disorder and other mental issues showed symptoms before age 24. In this program participants will:
• Gain knowledge of the physical development of the adolescent brain and its effect on mental, social and emotional behavior.
• Recognize the prevalence of mental health issues in the teen years and their contributing factors such as stress. • Identify the most common mental illnesses in this age group.
• Recognize typical teenage behavior as well as warning signs for mental health disorders.
• Establish coping strategies for helping teens during this transitional time of significant brain development.
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