This symposium will gather medical professionals, child welfare workers, prevention workers, mentors, and executives from a variety of disciplines to “bridge-the-gap” and elevate the voices of experts to a national audience in the pursuit of equity for our LGBTQ+ youth.
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$20 Gift Card for 1 Hour (ages 18-30)
The California Homeless Youth Project and graduate students from Claremont Graduate University are collaborating on a research study in order to learn about issues impacting students who have experienced housing challenges while enrolled in a California community college.
Amplifying Voices of Future Leaders: Supporting the Mental Health of Students Speaking Up Against Racial Injustice
July 28, 2020 Jed Foundation Webinar - 12:00pm - 1:15pm PT
Activism and speaking up against racial injustice can be a protective factor for the mental health of college students, but can also have an immense toll as they try to focus on their academics. As COVID-19 has disproportionately affected Black, Indigenous, and People Color (BIPOC) in devastating ways, protesting and demonstrating against police violence and other systemic racial injustices can add even more stress. You are invited to join this webinar co-sponsored by The Steve Fund and The Jed Foundation …
July 23, 2020 Jed Foundation Webinar - 12:00pm PT
JED Foundation is joining a panel discussion, “Supporting the Mental Health of BIPOC Students,” with Mental Health America of Greater Houston, Rice University Wellbeing Center, University of Houston, and The Steve Fund.
July 20, 2020 Webinar - 3:00pm - 4:30pm PT
In this session, Dr. James Armontrout will discuss telehealth learnings drawn from his expertise in psychiatry, technology, and law, and from his own experience providing telehealth services in settings that range from outpatient clinics to high security correctional settings.
July 31, 2020 MHTTC Webinar - 3:00pm - 5:00pm PT
This webinar addresses evidence-based strategies for suicide prevention. Situated within the unique stressors of shelter-in-place orders, this webinar series is tailored to teletherapy and discusses the distinct factors related to suicidal crises among diverse populations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to guide clients in creating Safety Plans tailored to their specific needs and cultural strengths with the limited resources available under social distancing orders. Audiences will be introduced to a curated list of free videos for clinicians and clients …
Free course through end of June
This class is for anyone interested in an intersectional analysis and holistic approach to healing. It is self-paced, led by people of color and takes about 2-hours to complete and free for the month of June.
Submit a video, audio message, image, or other creative multimedia
Storytelling can be very healing. Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS) invites you to share your experience through multimedia. CARS especially welcomes diverse and differently impacted voices, including students and young adults.
11-week, free webinar series
The California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions is offering an 11-week, free webinar series that teaches practical skills to support ongoing improvement of behavioral telehealth.
May 26, 2020 Webinar - 4:00pm - 5:00pm PT
Real Talk: Teens on Mental Health with our friends from Bring Change to Mind.