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Virtually Speaking: Straight talk from parents, professionals and kids about the mental health issues that matter most to you and your family.

 

OCD:  One Adult Looks Back

OCD:  One Adult Looks BackFriday, October 1, 2021 - Sunday, October 31, 2021 12:00 am EDT

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DATE: October, 2021

In honor of OCD Awareness month, The Youth Mental Health Project is proud to feature a frank conversation with John Tessitore, diagnosed with OCD in 7th grade, and now, at age 31, running his own nonprofit foundation, dedicated to the childhood mentor who helped him cope with his disorder. 

John will talk live with Ashlee Braxton of The Happy Choice Podcast, about the challenges of OCD then and now, including

  • the daily highs and lows that come with managing OCD 
  • how family can strike a balance between compassion and accountability when supporting a loved one with OCD
  • what OCD feels and looks like in adulthood   

Viewers may submit questions in advance of the webinar and during the event. 

JCKFoundation.org works with communities and schools to improve mental wellness and resilience amongst our youth. 

This event is FREE but registration will be required.

Communication Across the Generations: Bridging the Great Divide

Communication Across the Generations: Bridging the Great DivideTuesday, November 9, 2021 7:00 pm EST

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DATE: Tuesday, November 9th 2021 at 7:00pm

We are planning a powerful webinar you are not going to want to miss!

Are you worried about your child’s mental health, but unable to get him or her to open up? 

Please, join The Youth Mental Health Project and The JCK Foundation for: Communication Across the Generations: Bridging the Great Divide.

This very special evening will feature live discussion between adolescents and their adults, moderated by a therapist. The one-hour event will address topics like

·       Why kids talk to their friends about their problems, but not their parents

·       How to show concern for your child without being overbearing

·       How to speak to your child when s/he is in crisis

·       How to keep your kids from isolating themselves when they are in trouble

·       How to know when to be tough, and when to lead with compassion

Viewers will be able to submit questions both in advance and following the panel-style conversation. 

JCKFoundation.org works with communities and schools to improve mental wellness and resilience amongst our youth. 

YMHProject.org educates, empowers, and supports families and communities to better understand and care for the mental health of our youth.

This event is FREE but registration will be required.

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TSSvIrAhRRC6Pm2Jv8CopA