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Supporting Teens Mental Wellness
A webinar for parents, guardians & caregivers.
Do you have a teenager in your life exhibiting ongoing anxiety, dark moods or uncharacteristic new habits? Are you unsure of how to respond?
Teenagers are known to have their ups and downs, but studies show the COVID-19 pandemic has left many young people struggling with serious emotional distress.
This webinar is designed to teach parents, guardians, and other caregivers how to:
- Recognize signs of distress in your teen.
- Provide positive support.
- Talk to your teen about mental health.
- Lead by example by managing your own wellness.
DATE: Thursday, July 21, 2022
TIME: 6 – 7 p.m.
TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3nMLAEB
|PRESENTER: Chardae Korhonen, LMSW, is a Youth and Family Outreach Specialist for the State of Michigan’s Stay Well program and a mental health service coordinator for a Washtenaw County high school. A licensed clinical social worker, Chardae worked for 11 years providing crisis intervention services and mental health support to youth and families experiencing housing instability. She also managed a program providing harm reduction-based substance use treatment to adolescents and young adults.|