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Girls Minds Matter: The Importance of Mental Health and Wellbeing
Major depression among teenage girls is on the rise and many teens suffer from loneliness. According to a 2020 Girl Scouts Research Institute report on mental health, 84% of Girl Scouts feel stressed about their futures and nearly 50% of GEN Z youth feel they will be judged negatively for receiving mental health treatment.

Girl Scouts are deeply concerned about the stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues they and their peers are experiencing and are asking adults to take notice. Girls need to feel a sense of community and Girl Scouts provides a way for them to stay connected to other girls and get the support they need.

Join Ginny Hill, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey, along with a cross-section of mental health experts as they discuss mental health issues experienced by girls today, ways to destigmatize mental health, support resources for girls and parents, and how organizations like Girl Scouts can help girls facing difficult times.

Panelists include:
• Jean Christie, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Girl Scout Volunteer
• Gabrielle Gunin, therapist and graduate student researcher at the Rutgers Youth Anxiety and Depression Clinic (YAD-C)
• Dr. Taunya M. Tinsley, PhD, DMin, NCC, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Transitions Counseling Services, LLC
• Dr. Jennifer Weber, licensed clinical child psychologist and Director of Behavioral Health, PM Pediatrics

NOTE: the event is for Adults Only.

Nov 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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