January 27th from 2:30-3:30pm Eastern (1:30-2:30 Central)
How is pandemic life affecting the mental health and well-being of our young people? How can parents and professionals equip and empower teens to make healthy decisions and adopt resilient behaviors? Join prevention expert Deirdre Flynn to examine emerging research about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent health. Discussion will focus on translating research findings into practical prevention efforts aimed at keeping the kids in your care healthy.
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A certificate of completion will be awarded for attending this event. Please note, this event has not been approved for continuing education (CE) credit. The participant is responsible to verify if this activity meets their continuing education board requirements in order to gain credit.
A former K-12 teacher and youth sports coach, Deirdre Flynn serves as manager of field operations for FCD Prevention Works, part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. She joined FCD Prevention Works in 2012 as a prevention specialist, working with students, parents and school faculty and staff. Flynn holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Rutgers University and is currently enrolled in a master’s program.
Chris Usher is the Outreach Manager at Hazelden Betty Ford for New York and the surrounding areas. He received a BA in communications and Spanish from Regis University in Denver, Colorado before embarking on a 25-plus year sales and marketing career in the art publishing industry. Chris has a personal passion for recovery and has spent the past few years working as a sober companion and sober escort.