Mental Health De-Escalation Meeting June 5

District 60 to Host Mental Health De-Escalation Strategies Meeting June 5
Posted on 06/04/2024
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We’d like to remind our families that tomorrow our District’s Family and Community Engagement (FACE) department is hosting an informational Parent University presentation designed to help educate parents on strategies to help better manage their children's mental health.

The event, titled: “Managing Big Feelings, Thoughts and Emotions,” will train parents on a variety of mental health de-escalation techniques. As parents, attention to children’s mental well-being can allow for better developmental growth, better academic retention when in school, improved physical health, improved social relationships with peers and family, and a more peaceful environment in the home. This Parent University seminar gives parents the information they need to support growth in this area and teach them how to regulate big feelings. It will be led by Corliss Ivy, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider.

The event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5,  in the Lincoln Center Board Room, 1201 N. Sheridan Road.

All District 60 families are welcome to attend this free event. Pre-registration is encouraged, using this link. Anyone with questions may contact [email protected] for more information.
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