Learn what kids are telling us about social media and the benefits and challenges of living in a connected world.After a brief presentation from My Digital TAT2, students representing CHC’s Teen Wellness Committee and My Digital TAT2’s Youth Advisory Board hold a panel discussion about social media and life online. Read more ›
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Do you have or know a child who is questioning gender identity or has identified as LGBTQ?
Hear about how you can support these youth in this session presented by Ryan Fouts, LCSW, Outlet Program Director at Adolescent Counseling Services (ACS). Read more ›
Do you have students in your middle school classes that call out, seem inattentive or disruptively interrupt the class?
This workshop for educators presented by Chris Harris, MEd, Director of EBC Schools at CHC, will help you understand the similarities and differences between ADHD and anxiety so your interventions and strategies will be most effective in mitigating these students’ learning challenges in the classroom. Read more ›
Glen Elliott, PhD, MD, Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director at CHC, and Chris Harris, MEd, Director of EBC Schools, discuss how behaviors associated with ADHD and anxiety may both occur in the same individual but also can mimic each other, leading to confusion about the best diagnosis and the best treatment approach. Read more ›
Dr. Stephanie Clarke, Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, and clinician at RISE Comprehensive DBT Intensive Outpatient Program shares how DBT’s problem-solving and acceptance-based approaches are helping teens build lives worth living. Read more ›
An important aspect of developing Executive Functioning (EF) skills is the ability to manage oneself and one’s behavior.
This session covers EF and the relationship of the mind and body in developing self-awareness. Learn strategies to increase self-monitoring and self-regulation in kids with EF challenges. Read more ›
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among children aged 10-19, and nearly one in five teens seriously considers suicide. What resources and programs can schools provide to offer relief? And what are some of the ways counselors and school leaders are currently helping teens in crisis? Read more ›
Students who are twice exceptional have unique challenges. They often experience anxiety as a result of some of those challenges. Read more ›
Is there a student in your class that seems to constantly disrupt the class or appears highly unmotivated to learn? Are there student behaviors in your classroom that you would like to change? Read more ›
If you could write something down that might one day save your life, would you?
A study published in JAMA Psychiatry in September found that when patients who visited the emergency department for suicide-related concerns were given a safety plan at discharge as well as follow-up phone calls, it reduced the odds of suicidal behavior by half. Read more ›