Raising Resilient Teens

Portrait of a Graduate Speaker Series: Raising Resilient Teens
Posted on 04/11/2022
Portrait of a Graduate Speaker SeriesThe next event in the Portrait of a Graduate Speaker Series is a presentation from The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide. The non-profit community organization will present “Raising Resilient Teens in Challenging Times” via Zoom on Wednesday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m.

This parent presentation focuses on building strength and resilience in our children and teens. The presentation will cover:
  • How to talk to your teens about difficult topics
  • Empowering parents and guardians through education and awareness
  • Understanding warning signs and risk factors for teen suicide
  • Cultivating an independent and resilient mindset in your child
Experts from The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide will also share the latest data and statistics and share local resources to support families.
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is a non-profit community organization dedicated to increasing awareness and reducing the stigma of suicide through specialized training programs and outreach resources that empower teens, parents and educational leaders with the emotional guidance and skills needed to help those at risk of suicide and build a life of resiliency.

The event is part of the free Portrait of a Graduate Speaker Series, coordinated by Mehlville Community Enrichment.
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