Countering Systemic Abandonment with Systemic Change

a youth worker's seminar on how to address the mental health crisis for their students
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (31 ratings)
1,133 students
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Students will learn how to respond to the present crisis of adolescent anxiety and depression.

Requirements

  • Be willing to take the post-seminar evaluation.

Description

This seminar is designed for youth workers who want to figure our how to respond to the growing mental health crisis that adolescents are presently experiencing. In it, you will be exposed to the latest data and trends surrounding the mental health crisis and will learn helpful strategies and tactics for countering the systemic abandonment by creating systemic change.

Who this course is for:

  • Youth workers, youth educators, parents who want to know what is happening and how to help.

Course content

4 sections7 lectures1h 15m total length
  • Welcome & Seminar Overview
    08:30

Instructor

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Nathan Davis
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 31 Reviews
  • 1,133 Students
  • 1 Course

For the last 13 years, I have served as students in the context of the local church. In this time, I realized that there were areas I needed to grow in which led me to pursue a Doctorate of Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary in Youth, Family, and Culture. This seminar was created in conjunction with my final project to complete the degree and represents the work I have done researching and writing about issues surrounding adolescent anxiety and depression.