Tag: depression

Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life Conference Committed to Saving Lives of Youth Through Inaugural Virtual Conference on Jan. 19

| January 18, 2021
Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life Conference Committed to Saving Lives of Youth Through Inaugural Virtual Conference on Jan. 19

Students throughout Arizona will join together in the first virtual conference to Speak Up, Stand Up and Save Lives. Now in its fifth year, the event will run from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. on January 19, 2021 and will inspire attendees to create lasting ways to combat bullying, depression and suicide at their schools. The conference is free of charge thanks to partnerships and donations and is open to all schools in Arizona.  

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Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women: May 19th

| May 16, 2016
Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women: May 19th

The Guidance Center is offering this group to moms who might need some additional support.

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Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women: May 11th

| May 9, 2016
Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women: May 11th

The Guidance Center is offering this group to moms who might need some additional support.

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Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women

| April 25, 2016
Pregnancy & Postpartum Wellness Group for Women

The Guidance Center is offering this group to moms who might need some additional support.

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Parental/Caregiver Depression Training – August 28th

| August 8, 2014
Parental/Caregiver Depression Training – August 28th

According to the World Health Organization, depression is the number one disability worldwide. Maternal/Paternal depressive symptoms such as sad mood, ruminative thoughts, slowed movements and related brain changes do not have to reach the severity required for diagnosis of Major Depressive Disorder (MOD) to interfere with parenting. Through this training, attendees will learn: The possible […]

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Professional Development Opportunity

| April 6, 2014
Professional Development Opportunity

The Infant & Maternal Mental Health workshop will be a three parts, a free professional development opportunity for home visiting professionals. Lessons included are; dverse long-term health and social outcomes of children whose parents have depressive symptoms, working with maternal depression and methods of supporting positive child-parent interactions, and much more.

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