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Free Parenting Workshop: How to Talk to Your Kids About Depression and Suicide
February 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
About the Workshop:
This presentation will cover how common depression and suicide are among kids, how kids become exposed to this content through the media and their friends, and how parents can recognize early warning signs. Parents will also be provided with evidence-based tips for discussing these topics with their kids and when it is appropriate to do so. Finally, parents will be provided with resources about discussing depression and suicide and what to do if they are concerned for their child. Time for role plays and questions will be available.
About the Speaker:
Carlos Yeguez is an FIU Clinical Science Program doctoral student in the Child Anxiety and Phobia Program (CAPP). His research broadly focuses on the development and course of self-injurious thoughts and behaviors in children and adolescents. He is primarily interested in examining how early risk factors are exacerbated across development and confer risk for suicide in adolescence and young adulthood. His work aims to use this knowledge to develop adaptive, evidence-based, and cost-effective interventions for youths to improve socio-emotional development and prevent suicide and other forms of self-injury.
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- February 7
- 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Arts, Sciences & Education, Center for Children and Families, Department of Psychology, Education, Faculty & Staff, Free Parenting Workshop Series, Human Resources, Main Calendar, School of Integrated Science and Humanity, School of Social Work
- Event Tags:
- CASE, CCF, Department of Psychology, FIU, school of Integrated Science and Humanity
- Academic Health Center 1-Center for Children and Families, Room 110
11200 s.w. 8th Street
Miami, 33199 United States + Google Map