April is the Month of the Military Child.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Alaska Behavioral Health will host a Mindfulness for Teens webinar as part of Cohen Veterans Network national celebration of the Month of the Military Child!
The Original You – Thriving Not Surviving: A Mindfulness Webinar for Teens
April 13 @ 6:00pm
Military teens are high-risk for feelings of isolation, depression and anxiety – with frequent moves, school transitions and worry about deployed parents – all on top of the regular teenage stress in a rapidly changing world. This webinar will teach teens ages 12-17 about the effect of trauma and chronic stress on the brain through a hands-on art project (materials provided) and teach skills for mindfulness activities that promote greater connection between thoughts, feelings and bodily sensations. This webinar is the first of four presented as part of the Cohen Clinic’s partnership with the Hollister Confidence Project to address youth mental health.
Show your support for military kids on social media! Use Month of the Military Child photo filters to update your profile picture or share stories of resilience, strength and inspiration related to the military children in your lives using #MyMilitaryKid.
- Update your Facebook profile picture with one of our Month of the Military Child temporary photo frames. Access Supporter frames.
- Tell us about a strong, resilient military child in your life using the hashtag #MyMilitaryKid! Access Family Members frames or #MyMilitaryKid is Awesome frames.
Wear purple on April 15 to show your support for military children worldwide.