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.
New for Fall, 2018:
Mental Health First Aid!
Stop back to find out when we will be holding this training here at Outreach!
Facilitated by Dr. Tracy Scanlon, LPC
Outreach Teen & Family Services offers a variety of informative talks about the challenges faced by today’s youth and their families.
We are available for conferences and workshops for mental health and education professionals, and can fashion presentations to accommodate the needs of the attendees.
Presentations are facilitated by master’s degree or doctoral level therapists.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Emotional Hygiene
- Integrating Mental Health – Schools as Systems of Care
- Mindful Parenting
- Anxiety – Adolescents and Teens
- Compassion Fatigue
- Fostering Empathy in a “Selfie” World
- Risky Behaviors
- Relationship Violence
- Positive Attitude
- Depression & Anxiety in Teens
- Self-Mutilation (cutting)
- The Choking Game
- Underage Alcohol & Drug Use
- Stress Eating
- Time Management
- Survival Guide to the Middle Years
Community groups we have presented to in the past include: School Districts, PTA/PTOs, Hospitals, Religious Groups, Universities, Libraries, Recreation Centers, Health Fairs, Youth Groups & Clubs, Rotary Clubs, Boy & Girl Scouts.