Mental Health Education

Parent, Youth & Community Education Workshops in order to create conversations
about teen mental health today and provide tools and resources to support youth
Join the movement in Santa Barbara County to strengthen our community.
Because we can all be more aware and more informed.  #BeTheDifferenceSB
See our calendar below for details and how to register.
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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Expand each section to view individual workshops and register.
Our topics change each month, however, all workshops are designed to raise awareness and eliminate stigma by normalizing the conversation around mental health and providing tools while promoting wellness and self-care.

  • SEPTEMBER 20, 2020

    [quaranTEEN] Teens, learn to support yourself& your friends struggling with stress, isolation, and boredom It’s ok to ask for help!

  • OCTOBER 18, 2020

    [quaranTEEN] Social Justice & Advocacy

  • NOVEMBER 15, 2020

    [Parent & Community] Managing our digital devices & social media

  • DECEMBER 6, 2020

    [quaranTEEN] Practicing self-care, mindfulness & managing stress.

  • JANUARY 10, 2021

    [Parent & Community] Setting intentions for the new year. Tips for staying healthy & active with remote learning

  • 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

 

TOPIC: Teens, learn to support yourself& your friends struggling with stress, isolation, and boredom It’s ok to ask for help!

DATE: September 20, 2020

TIME: 4:00PM - 5:30PM

LOCATION: THIS IS A VIRTUAL WORKSHOP USING ZOOM

REGISTRATION:  RSVP so we can send you a link to the Zoom call >  [MTG ID: 945 3379 6763]

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.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • quaranTEEN workshops are designed for 7th - 12th graders and college-age youth.
  • Parents are invited to attend

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:

  • Understand mental health challenges 
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms
  • Learn how we can eliminate stigma and shame
  • Learn to practice self-care & how to access resources
  • Learn how to make telehealth work for you

SPEAKER PANEL

  • Rebecca Solomon (Michael Cruse) •  Hospice of SB
  • Lisa Wolfe (Christina Lombard)  •  Casa Pacifica/SAFTY
  • Eric Nelson  •  Westmont College
  • Patrick Lyra Lanier  •  Pacific Pride Foundation
  • Rachael Steidl  •  YouthWell

STUDENT MODERATORS

  • Emma Grabenstetter
  • Georgia Pennington

 

Past Workshops: Materials & Videos