Mental Health & Wellness Education

Conversations about teen mental health today that provide tools and resources.


MONTHLY ON SUNDAYS • 4:00PM - 5:30PM. Register below. 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?: 7th-12th graders, college-age youth, parents, and teachers.
Our topics change each month, however, each provides tools that promote connection, wellness and self-care.

  • DECEMBER 6, 2020

    [quaranTEEN] You(th) can be advocates for change

  • JANUARY 10, 2021

    [Parent & Community] Setting intentions for the new year. Tips for staying healthy & active with remote learning OR Managing our digital devices & social media

  • FEBRUARY 7, 2021

    [quaranTEEN] College Panel

  • MARCH 7, 2021

    [quaranTEEN] Time management & financial wellness

  • APRIL 11, 2021

    [Parent & Community] Mindful & compassionate listening

  • MAY 16, 2021

    [quaranTEEN] Non-Profit Panel - creating meaningful community service opportunities


You(th) can be advocates for change

SUNDAY, DEC 6th, 4:00PM-5:30PM

SPEAKER:  Panel of high school and college student leaders [Maya Samarasena/DPHS, Shakir Ahmad/SMHS, Essence Wynter/UCSB, Adalis Rojas/UCSB, Nathaniel Ilo/UCSB]

WHO: For 7th - 12th graders and college-age students

DESCRIPTION: Find your voice. Learn from a panel of community student leaders how to become advocates forchange with an emphasis on social justice. Learn to frame the conversation so others will listen. Build a space for empathy and understandingwhere we learn from each other to createchange in our community.

LOCATION: This is a VIRTUAL workshop using ZOOM
VIRTUAL FORMAT: If there is more than 1 person in a family attending the workshop, please make sure to register individually if you want to be on separate devices.

REGISTER so we can send you a link to the Zoom call

Past Workshops: Materials & Videos

Expand boxes below to view the videos from past workshops, and find helpful handouts. 
PRINT: Communication & Active Listening Tips with Youth