Ready for College: Preparing your child with chronic illness for success
We will discuss resources available at the local and national level to help youth in the college environment so that families can approach this important transition feelings empowered and confident.
What do healthy sleep habits look like for my child? And when should I seek professional help?
The presentation will focus on the basics of good sleep hygiene for children as well as provide tips for setting children up for success when it comes to their sleep. The presenter will also provide guidance on when and if parents should seek professional help for children’s sleep.
Eating Disorders 101: The facts on how eating disorders impact youth
This presentation will provide an overview of eating disorders that are common in children and teens.
Being There for Someone with Depression
This presentation will be provided by a CHOC Psychologist and will focus on expanding the community’s understanding of common symptoms and behaviors associated with depression, across different environments.
Depression in youth: Tips for parents and caregivers
This presentation will review how to identify symptoms of depression in youth.
When anxiety attacks: Supporting your anxious child
Parents and caregivers! Come learn about why your children and teens may experience anxious feelings and what that anxiety may be telling them.
Identifying anxiety in youth and Next steps for supporting your child
This presentation will provide education on anxiety in children and teenagers in comparison to other common mental health conditions.
Strategies to Understand and Promote Emotional Health in Children
This presentation will help caregivers better understand indicators of mental illness in children and discuss research-based interventions to increase wellness.
Access to Mental Health Services
Focus on common mental health concerns and how to navigate the mental health system.
Discussion of the impact of toxic stress on children and parents’ well-being.
Mi4 Innovation Day 2022
Every year, the Sharon Disney Lund Medical Intelligence, Information, Investigation and Innovation Institute (Mi4) at CHOC brings together various leaders to discuss innovative solutions and medical intelligence that will shape the future of pediatric healthcare.
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Understanding Postpartum Depression
This video is an overview of postpartum depression and resources available for support. If you think you have PPD, see your health care provider right away.
Understanding and Supporting LGBTQIA+ Youth
Reviews trends from national LGBTQ+ youth surveys on their experiences and sources of resilience. Focused on strategies to promote positive identities among LGBTQ+ youth.
Mindfulness and Expressive Arts for Self/Others
An interactive presentation to explore mindfulness through art. Attendees will use basic materials to create an expression of self-care.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) at CHOC
CHOC pediatric psychologist Dr. Micaela Thordarson discusses the CHOC Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), an outpatient mental health treatment program for teens with moderate to severe depression or anxiety.
Understanding Depression in Kids and Teens
CHOC pediatric psychologist Dr. Micaela Thordarson answers questions about depression in kids and teens. Learn about what it is, symptoms, treatments and more.
CHOC Mental Health Education Program – School-Based Staff | Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
This presentation introduces guiding principles that help make Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills so successful.
Educación de salud mental de CHOC – Padres/ Comunidad general | Porqué Los Jóvenes Usan Drogas
Este curso está diseñado para entender porque jóvenes usan drogas y entender la diferencia del uso para explorar y uso adictivo. Aprenderán los conocimientos básicos, actitudes y habilidades en el trabajo con jóvenes que luchan con trastornos por uso de drogas.
CHOC Adolescent to Adult Bridge Program: Sabrina’s Story
Sabrina was diagnosed with diabetes when she was a child. She and her mom relied on the CHOC Adolescent to Adult Bridge Program to guide her in the transition from pediatric to adult care.
CHOC Adolescent to Adult Bridge Program: Transition to Adult Care
The CHOC Adolescent to Adult Bridge Program helps guide young adults as they learn to make their own healthcare decisions and prepare to transition from pediatric to adult healthcare.