Virtual Tuesday with the Family Support Center
Get support from other parents, learn about community resources and obtain useful tips for managing our stress during COVID 19 by connecting with the Amherst Family Support Center the first Tuesday of the month.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 4:30 p.m. learn from Patrick Greene, clinical supervisor at Horizon Health Services, about what depression and anxiety look like and how to identify if your child is struggling. He will be discussing the effects of COVID-19; give a brief overview of mental health statistics; provide stress management and mindfulness practices; discuss signs, symptoms and treatment of anxiety/depression and more.
Register for this Zoom presentation by Oct. 30 via this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIod-itrz4jGNbvJZgjxuih5gzEMmzWd8_G.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About Patrick Greene
Patrick Greene is an impassioned and dedicated professional clinician with over a decade of expertise in individual and group counseling working with a variety of populations and diagnoses. He also has been doing improv comedy for more than 20 years and has been finding ways to utilize certain improv fundamentals for the purpose of therapy.
About Amherst Family Support Center
Through the center, Amherst Central School District is partnering with community human service agencies to provide support for families’ social, education, mental and physical health needs. With an on-site school district licensed clinical social worker leading the center, the Family Support Center model provides easy access to a host of community services. We anticipate that the center will provide a “lifeline” for some of our families.
See this event’s poster: https://www.amherstschools.org/Page/8800