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Crest Speaker Series - Teen Mental Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Bourke
35:48
parent
Michaelann Gardner
36:00
auntie of a tween!
Kitty Friedman
36:00
Parent of 3 teens
Heidi Donovan
36:01
I'm here as a parent - I have an 18-year old
Mary Bourke
36:03
20s but one suffered in her teens
Brenda Lytle
36:04
Parent
Christine Coleman, Park City Community Foundation
36:05
Parent with a 14 year old.
Molly Efrusy
36:08
Parent of two teens + 1 tween
Tracy DeTomasi
36:10
Not parent, but a licensed clinical social worker who works with teens.
Collin Kartchner
36:14
parent of 4 kids :)
Maikella Clark
36:20
tween and teen
Kara Cody
36:34
Parent. No teens or tweens…yet. Also, as relates to after school programs for community teens and tweens.
Meg Steele
36:45
Parent of teen
Mindy Vanderloo
36:46
work with teens
Amy OReilly
37:41
I'm a parent of 2 teens
Kara Cody
39:52
Thank you for opening up to the community, PCCF!
Park City Community Foundation
49:21
“For The Sake of Our Youth” by Tessa Stuckey
Park City Community Foundation
49:46
“Glow Kids” by Nicholas Kardaras
Christine Coleman, Park City Community Foundation
01:05:18
Please feel free to add your questions into the Q&A (not the chat). We will have plenty of time after our speakers to answer them.
Jason Reid, ChooseLife.org
01:06:11
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/deeper-meaning-behind-tiktok-had-175558041.html
Christine Coleman, Park City Community Foundation
01:12:14
Thank you Collin! Such great tips. We will share your slides with everyone later and we really didn’t miss having them. :)
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:12:20
Thanks Collin!!!!!
Kirsten Fox
01:12:28
Thank you!!!!!!!
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:12:49
Here’s Collin’s TEDtalk for those that are interested: https://www.ted.com/talks/collin_kartchner_can_flip_phones_end_our_social_media_addiction
Mary Christa Smith, Communities That Care (she, her, hers)
01:13:12
Hi Everyone - we will save the questions for q&a after Jason’s talk
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:19:29
Jason’s TEDtalk: https://www.ted.com/talks/jason_reid_the_most_important_conversation_you_will_ever_have_with_your_kids?language=en
Collin Kartchner, Save the Kids
01:19:59
Here’s a link to my slides for anyone who wants them :) https://www.dropbox.com/s/znptrutfvxevkst/Park%20City%20Speech%202020.pdf?dl=0
Mary Christa Smith, Communities That Care (she, her, hers)
01:24:31
Here’s a link to the Safe UT app. https://healthcare.utah.edu/uni/safe-ut/
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:30:32
Thank you Jason!
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:44:53
I do find my best conversations with my girls are when we’re in a car both facing forward
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
01:49:49
We’ve tried several therapists before finding the “right” one
Katie Wright
01:50:40
I appreciate this great advice, and would highly recommend QPR training, we did it as a staff and I’ve used it many times since with friends who are going through a hard time: https://summitcountyhealth.org/qpr/.
Kirsten Fox
01:55:19
My daughter used the SafeUtah app last month and was able to text anonymously with a trained person who helped her figure out a way to talk to us.
Christine Coleman, Park City Community Foundation
02:01:02
We will send out lots of great resources to you all.
Collin Kartchner, Save the Kids
02:01:24
I love SafeUT app - they respond very quickly. TalkSpace is good, if your kid is struggling with self harm there’s an app called Calm Harm
Collin Kartchner, Save the Kids
02:02:24
THANK YOU MILLICENT!
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
02:03:02
Thank YOU Jason & Collin!!!! Your perspective is invaluable!
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
02:03:23
Our pleasure :)
Millicent Tracey (she, her, hers)
02:03:27
It’s an important topic!
Christine Coleman, Park City Community Foundation
02:03:53
Thank you for joining us today! We will send out a recording of the webinar and lots of great resources.
Katie Wright
02:03:57
Big thanks to Millicent and our speakers - we are so appreciative of your advocacy and passion! This was an amazing opportunity to learn about teen mental health.
Kitty Friedman
02:04:10
Thank you!