Outreach Teen & Family Services’ Values include:
Progress – We are a learning organization. We seek continually to expand our capacity, improve our skills, and reflect on our work to provide the best possible service to children and families in our community.
In light of this value, we provide knowledgeable speakers/presenters on all matters related to mental health. We also engage experts in various fields and partner with mission-aligned organizations to bring the best of the best to present. Whether a professional in search of CEUs, or parents wanting to be better informed on issues affecting their children, Outreach is ready to provide pertinent training and educational events throughout the year.
Outreach is partnering with Mt. Lebanon Council of PTAs and the University of Pittsburgh’s
for the following event: “Cyber Safety and Youth Technology Trends for Adults”
Cyber Safety and Youth Technology Trends for Adults, to be held in Pittsburgh, PA, will provide professional educators, those who work with teens, and parents and with an overview of social media and youth technology trends. The course will review phone apps, cell phone use, social media use and misuse, and setting expectations. Ways to talk to young people about the wise use of their technology devices will also be discussed. Let’s create a digitally responsible culture among today’s Screenagers!
Cyber Safety and Youth Technology Trends for Adults will be taught by Ryan Klingensmith, MA, LPC, NCC, founder of Shape the Sky, a network of concerned adults who came together to enrich the online experience for their children through better education and more effective communication. Klingensmith has over two decades of experience working with youth with mental health disorders. He has worked in residential facilities and as an outpatient mental health provider with youth struggling with bipolar, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harming, and suicidal behaviors.
This course has a fee of $30.00 for participants requesting continuing education. Instructions for payment will be included in your confirmation email, once registered. CEUs offered: 2.5
For registration information for those seeking continuing education credits, click here!
Registration is NOT required for parents attending the program.
March 14, 2018
Jefferson Middle School Auditorium
21 Moffett Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15243
6 p.m. – Registration and refreshments
6:30-8:30 p.m. – Presentation
8:30-9 p.m. – Q & A and closing remarks
Parents are strongly encouraged to attend. THERE WILL BE NO DONATIONS ACCEPTED THIS EVENING.
This program is for ADULTS only; no children will be admitted.
Space is limited! The auditorium’s capacity is 350. Don’t be left out!
This event is brought to you through the cooperation of the following organizations: