Jeff Levin Coaching’s Reconnection Project Co-Hosting Virtual Event on Stress and Anxiety in Young People
Join a virtual community conversation about mental health and young people with The Reconnection Project, Bishop Guertin High School, and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health on Thursday, August 6, 7–8:30 P.M., on Bishop Guertin’s YouTube Channel.
Entitled Community Conversation: Stress, Anxiety, and Mental Health in Young People Amid COVID-19, the event was developed by Jeff in partnership with D-H’s Senior Director of External Affairs and former New Hampshire Supreme Court Chief Justice John Broderick, who has spear-headed a powerful public awareness campaign around the steps people can take when they recognize that they or someone they care about is experiencing mental health challenges. Ryan Day, head football coach at Ohio State and a native of Manchester, recorded some remarks for this event, and Bishop Guertin High School, in Nashua, has graciously volunteered to virtually host it on their YouTube channel.
The virtual event, which will feature a panel of speakers and presenters with diverse backgrounds in areas such as counseling, education, coaching, and law enforcement, will address the scope and depth of the challenges that young people face daily regarding mental health, stress, and anxiety and provide solutions on what we adults can do to help them.
The first hour includes speakers and presenters, followed by a thirty-minute panel discussion to further the discussion on young people and mental health.
Speakers and Presenters:
- John Broderick, Senior Director of Public Affairs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, former New Hampshire Supreme Court Chief Justice
- Jeff Levin, Life Coach, Founder of The Reconnection Project
- Ryan Day, Head Football Coach, The Ohio State University
- Ken Norton, Executive Director, NAMI New Hampshire
- Chief Mike Carignan, Nashua Police Department
- Students and other presenters.
Tune in to “Community Conversation: Stress, Anxiety, and Mental Health in Young People Amid COVID-19” on Thursday, August 6, 2020, from 7–8:30 p.m. on the Bishop Guertin YouTube channel.
If you can’t join us on Thursday, the program will be available afterwards via YouTube link, which will be posted on this blog as soon as it’s available.
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