WEBINAR: Introducing Me & My Emotions: Supporting Teens’ Mental Wellness
December 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
In response to the multiple stresses on teens from COVID, The Dibble Institute is pleased to announce its latest project, Me & My Emotions, a fun, free, interactive website for teens.
Me & My Emotions is designed to support teens’ social-emotional learning while increasing their resilience. With engaging graphics and bite-sized lessons plus awards and points, Me & My Emotions invites teens to slow down and check in with themselves as they learn skills from Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience.
Join Kay Reed to explore the research from the ArtCenter College of Design that helped create Me & My Emotions and enjoy a guided tour of the website.
Objectives: Webinar participants will understand:
- Who Me & My Emotions will benefit and ways to promote it
- How the website is organized and what content is covered
- How Me & My Emotions can support teens individually as well as in classrooms and youth organizations
Kay Reed, Executive Director, and
JoAnne Eason, National Outreach Coordinator, The Dibble Institute
Audrey Murty, Dibble Fellow, Art Center College of Design
Who should attend: Educators, facilitators, counselors, group home staff, schools and agencies using ESSER funds, Social and Emotional Learning coordinators, program managers, and anyone working with teens.
When: Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific
Duration: 60 minutes