Caregiver Education

Caregiver Education Series

Reduce Stigma. Receive Information. Reflect on Strategies.

These free 90 minute sessions are intended to provide parents, caregivers, teachers, and community members with basic information about addiction and mental health challenges that can impact children and youth. Presentations are hosted in schools but are open to all adults to attend. Note that some sessions focus on topics relating to elementary school children while others apply mainly to adolescents. Unless specified, sessions are for an adult audience; however, some sessions welcome youth to attend with their parent(s)/caregiver(s). presenters are Mental Health Educators with extensive knowledge of addiction and mental health issues impacting children, adolescents, families and school communities.

Learn More About Each Session Here:

Keeping Scattered Kids on Track: Supporting Children and Adolescents with ADHD

Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety: A Step by Step Approach

Test Anxiety: Strategies for Success

More Than Just a Bad Day: Understanding and Supporting Youth with Depression and Self-Injury

Promoting Success in Learning by Building Executive Functioning Skills

Junior High Jitters

Mindfulness: Benefits for the Whole Family

Parenting Teens in the 21st Century: Respectful Limit Setting with Adolescence

Parenting Strategies that Promote Positive Mental Health and Build Resiliency in Elementary Age Children

Supporting Self-Regulation in Elementary School Children

Sleeping Your Way to Better Mental Health

Technology and the Teenage Brain