Learn the latest research and innovative therapies for helping autistic youth cope with mental health challenges.
DATE: Wed, May 25, 2022
TIME: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we will be focusing on positive psychology for teens and parents in our May webcast.
Positive psychology is the study of what makes life most worth living. Therapy is a safe space to navigate challenges, build coping skills, and heal what hurts in order to live a more fulfilling life. Together we will talk about how we build strengths, practice optimism and gratitude, and learn how to promote an authentic life. Authenticity is when what we think, feel, do, and say are all in alignment; authenticity and a sense of fulfillment go hand in hand. In this webcast, we will explore how positive psychology can be used to benefit teens (of all abilities) as well as benefit parents who may be struggling with their own issues.
Topics covered in this session include:
- Know Your Feelings: Defining Your Emotional Wants, Needs, & Desires
- What You Think Shapes How You Feel: Let’s Talk About Mood
- Eat, Sleep, Exercise, Relax: Developing Healthy Habits For a Better Life
- Let’s Get Real, A Look At Relationships: Reflect on Who Brings You Energy and Who Depletes You
- Know Your Thoughts: Unpacking How Your Inner Narrative Shapes How You Live
- Happiness & Authenticity: How Are They Related and What Do They Mean for You?
- Let’s Talk: Using Therapy to Talk About Anything Related to Living a Happy, Authentic Life
- Jason Bolton, PsyD (moderator) – VP of Community Partnerships & Admissions at The Help Group
- Heather Humphrey, LMFT – Therapist at Lumina Counseling
Having issues registering? Please contact Melissa for assistance at 818-947-5542 or firstname.lastname@example.org.