Intro to Cognitive Behavioral Skills for After-School Providers

Stamford after-school providers are invited to the introductory seminar, Cognitive Behavioral Skills and the Thoughts, Emotions and Behaviors (TEB) Cycle, which will identify the various skills, cover elements of the TEB cycle, and explore how understanding these can be used to help young people manage emotions and build resiliency. The May 16 gathering, which concludes with a networking session, includes lunch and will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Domus, 83 Lockwood Avenue. Email to register.

The presentation will be led by Ashley Hampton, a licensed clinical social worker and Clinical Director at Domus. It is an initiative of the Stamford Youth Mental Health Alliance, created recently to address urgent mental health problems affecting kids and teenagers in Stamford by focusing on prevention, early intervention and access to care and resources that promote mental wellness.


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