Parent Seminars

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Parent Seminars
2019-20 School Year

Parent University is brought to you by the Douglas County School District and Sky Ridge Medical Center

Watch the latest webinar

Manage Your Fears (and Your Kid's Fears) as the Pandemic Evolves
Featuring Whitney Kearney, LPC, Director of outpatient programming at the HealthONE Behavioral Health & Wellness Center, and Dr. Jacob Beniflah, Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at Sky Ridge Medical Center and Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital

Download Whitney's presentation on Staying Mentally Healthy and Providing Emotional Support During COVID-19 >>

HealthONE Parent Psychoeducation Group >>

Practical Tools for Your Child's Social and Emotional Well-Being

Parent University Webinars

Practical Tools for Your Child's Social and Emotional Well-Being (April 6)
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Building Connection Through Hard Conversation (April 13)
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Sources of Strength - Best Practices for Suicide Prevention (April 30)
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Tips to Help Avoid Teen Substance Abuse (May 5)
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Creating the Life You Want: Developing a Culture of Appreciation at Home (May 12)
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Past Parent University Seminars

Past Parent University Seminars

  • The Youth Vaping Epidemic
  • How to Talk to Your Teen About Suicide
  • How to Have Hard Conversations With Young People
  • Responsible Young Drivers
  • Jekyll and Hyde: Teen Mood Swings
  • safeTALK: Identifying and Responding to Signs of Suicide
  • College or Career? How DCSD Gets Your Student There!
  • Gifted Education 101: Identify, Plan, Serve

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