Become a Trusted Adult and Support Youth Mental Health with NAMI
Let's take a moment and unpack. We are still in the middle of a pandemic. Homelessness and mental health issues are on the rise and our youth are struggling. Want to make a difference?
the nation’s largest grassroots organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness
The stability of knowing you have at least one solid adult in your corner is life-changing. Don't miss your chance to make a difference. If you don't already follow NAMI on social media I highly recommend it.
Join the Movement
NAMI will be hosting a FREE three-week webinar series on Mondays
Monday, May 10th, 2021
Monday, May 17th, 2021
Monday, May 24th, 2021
You can join the zoom 6 p - 7 pm Register HERE
Week 1: Let's Talk - Understand what's going on in the world of Youths. Also, learn what it means to be a trusted adult and how to begin to create that relationship with youth.
Week 2: Center Youth and Focus Strength - Understand the strength-based approach to healthy development. Also, learn how hope plays a role in youth success and wellbeing
Week 3: Growing Your Care Team - Asking for Help - learn how to create a web of support and know when and where to access professional support
Kathleen Donaldson has her BS in Psychology from PSU, is the co-author of the Calm Connected Toolkit, and is the Care Coordinator for Columbia River Mental Health. Teresa Posakany is an organization and leadership development consultant, and has worked across Washington and globally to create self-healing and resilient communities.
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