Youth Mental Health Education for Extension Series
Building Youth Skills: Dynamic Mindfulness and Sources of Strength Recommendations
Two mental health programs—Dynamic Mindfulness and Sources of Strength—show evidence of effectiveness in addressing issues of youth mental health with a lens for access, equity, and belonging. Learn more about each of these programs, the evidence of effectiveness, and what you need to know about training and implementation requirements.
September 21 at 1pm EST
Questions please contact Monica Lobenstein, Learning Resources Specialist, UW-Madison, Division of Extension at firstname.lastname@example.org
This series is brought to you by the Mental Health & Well-being Champion Group.
The Mental Health & Well-being Champion Group is part of the 4-H Access, Equity and Belonging Committee, which aims to increase the capacity of 4-H and the Cooperative Extension System to create a more inclusive organizational culture. Our champion group focuses on increasing youth development professionals’ knowledge of mental illness and challenges that youth face in order to help these professionals create safe, inclusive programming for our youth.
Monica Lobenstein, Amy Rhodes, Kea Norrell-Aitch, Kendra Lewis