SEPTEMBER 16, 7:00-8:30PM

Stanford, CA

SEPTEMBER 30, 7:00-8:30PM

Waltham, MA

Join us for an engaging panel discussion on youth mental health with Lynn Lyons, Dr. Meag-gan O‚ÄôReilly, and Challenge Success co-founder, Dr. Denise Pope. The panel discussion is part of our fall conference as well as one of our commitments to the U.S. Surgeon General’s call to action on the youth mental health crisis. This interactive evening will also feature local adolescent* students and provide attendees with concrete strategies for improving youth mental health in their schools and families. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to return to our traditional Friday evening format for these in-person panel discussions. We look forward to seeing you!

*The content of this presentation is recommended for middle school age and above.

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Who should attend

Students, Parents, Educators

Location

Stanford, CA and Waltham, MA

Price

$20 per adult, Free for students

Speakers

Dr. Meag-gan O’Reilly

Dr. Meag-gan (she/her) is a licensed Psychologist, self-worth expert, DEI Consultant, and the co-founder of Inherent Value Psychology INC. She obtained her Post-Doctoral Fellowship and Alumni status from Stanford University where she served as a Staff Psychologist and Coordinator of Outreach Equity and Inclusion for six years.

Lynn Lyons

Lynn Lyons is a psychotherapist, speaker, and author with a special interest in breaking the generational cycle of worry in families. She is the author of several books and articles on anxiety, including with co-author Reid Wilson Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents. Her latest book, The Anxiety Audit, will be released in October. (Lynn Lyons will only be presenting at the Stanford event)

Denise Pope, Ph. D

Dr. Pope is a Challenge Success Co-Founder, Stanford University Senior Lecturer, author of Doing School, and co-author of Overloaded and Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy, Successful Kids.

If we seize this moment, step up for our children and their families in their moment of need, and lead with inclusion, kindness, and respect, we can lay the foundation for a healthier, more resilient, and more fulfilled nation.

DR. VIVEK MURTHY, U.S. SURGEON GENERAL

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