If you haven't already RSVP'd and marked your calendar, you're going to want to. This dynamic and interactive evening for teens, families, educators, and mental health providers along the Shoreline is not to be missed.
Compassion Counts: Weathering the Adolescent Storm in a Pressure Filled World is this Wednesday, January 31st at 6pm at Old Saybrook High School. It is moderated by Dan Osborne, CEO of Gilead Community Services, and facilitated by Tom Allen, founder of Pathways Center for Learning and Behavioral Health, Andy Buccarro, founder of Project Courage Substance Abuse Treatment Center, and Alicia Farrell, cognitive psychologist and founder of Clearview Consulting.
Check out the flyer above, or RSVP directly here.
Being a teen in today's world is more challenging and complex than perhaps its ever been. But with the combined perspectives and expertise of those putting on this event, we're all going to be prepared to weather the storm with more strength than ever. I hope to see you there!
Lauren L. Drago, MSEd, LMHC, LPC is the founder of Lauren Drago Therapy in Old Saybrook, CT and in greater CT, NY & PA. She specializes in working with smart, insightful and capable women to overcome stress, anxiety, loss of identity, self-limiting beliefs, perfectionism, marriage strain, and the pressure of "trying to do it all." Lauren has a passion for helping others to achieve the happy, fulfilling, productive, and meaningful life they deserve by changing how they experience and understand their world. She believes that every woman can and should live out her personal definition of her own best life. Follow Lauren on Facebook, and call (860) 339-6515 to schedule your free initial consultation.