For You, Your Family and Friends
Monday, March 8 at 6 PM
Promoting Healthy Behavior Change Using Validating Communication
Sponsored by FUHS Foundation, in partnership with Fremont Union High School District, and the El Camino Health ASPIRE Program
Join the webinar (registration required):
Webinars On-Demand + Support Groups
The How of Happiness
Available On-Demand: http://bit.ly/TheHowofHappinessOD
We all want our kids to be happy. But can teenagers managing academic and social pressures, not to mention hormones, during a pandemic find happiness? And is it possible to build habits that will support long-term happiness? Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., an expert on happiness and the author of three books on the subject including, The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want, will address this topic.
Stressed Teens and Parents
Available On-Demand: http://bit.ly/StressedTeensAndParents
Stress is part of life, but too much is dangerous for both our physical and mental health. Unfortunately, we often don’t recognize stress in our kids and in ourselves. Watch the Stressed Teens and Parents webinar, featuring Dr. Lynette Danylchuk, an expert on the subject, will discuss how to recognize and mitigate stress and associated behaviors. Dr. Danylchuk will be joined by Monta Vista Principal Ben Claunitzer and Monta Vista School-based Therapist Richard Prinz, who will discuss Monta Vista’s work in supporting students; and Monta Vista parent, Jaya Rupanagunta, who will share her family’s story.
Mental Health Issues For Teens
Presentation by El Camino Health
from Parent Resource Network of FUHSD Foundation, February 8, 2021
Virtual Support Groups for Youth (Ages 12 to 25)
Videos, Books + Other Resources
Hope and Help for Anxiety Book
An Open Letter to my Anorexia Video
Brave Girl Eating*** Book
FUHSD Mental Health Resources
***We are looking for recommendations on eating disorders in boys, which is a growing issue. We will share this information once we have it.