Raising Resilient Teens in Challenging Times Virtual Parent Presentation
April 4, 2022
In-person at the Brookside School Building | 1260 Meadow Brook Road, Merrick, NY 11566
Or online via Zoom | Register Here
Are you unsure how to bring up the topic of suicide, mental illness or substance use with your child? This presentation will help you to dispel common misconceptions, address the importance of talking to your child about identifying a “Trusted Adult”, provide information on the warning signs of suicide and local resources, discuss the potential impact of current events, social media and more.
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide invites you to attend a presentation to discuss some of the difficulties of parenting a teen in challenging times. You can attend this presentation in-person at the Brookside School Building or virtually by registering at the link below.
Not My Kid: What Every Parent Should Know
Created by the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide, Not My Kid: What Every Parent Should Know is an online learning experience that features videos of parents from culturally diverse backgrounds asking mental health professionals a variety of common questions about youth suicide. You may be interested in receiving information to help your child, a family member or a friend of your child, and Not My Kid provides this information from a variety of mental health professionals.
Not My Kid contains a variety of videos that assists parents, guardians and trusted adults in knowing the warning signs of youth suicide, explains how to have important conversations and provides valuable resources to help keep their children safe. It includes developmentally appropriate information for youth of all ages including Elementary, Middle and High School-aged youth and Young Adults. To view the Not My Kid program, please visit www.sptsusa.org/NotMyKid
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