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Date of Event/Online Conversation:
'in the know' Topic/Title:
"Summer Strategies - Helping Things Go Better" - Summer Social
"Beyond Behaviours: When Is It More? What It Looks Like at Ages 4 - 8" with Karen Peters and Victoria Keddis
"Substance Use: Relationship over Responsibility" with Judith Bertholm, Dan Reist, and Keli Anderson
"For Families: A Conversation About Eating Disorders" with Rylee McKinlay, Terri McKinlay, Carmen Kauffman, and Victoria Keddis
"Connecting with Our Kids When Anxiety Leads to Social Isolation" with Christine Yu, Diane Evans, and Victoria Keddis
"Parenting When Your Kids Can't Go To School" with John Solano, Kathy Buhler, and Victoria Keddis
"Parenting When Anxiety Shows Up As Anger" with Victoria Keddis and Karen Peters
"Erupting Angst: Understanding the Collision between Anger and Aggression in the World of Anxiety" with Dr. Vanessa Lapointe
"Teens and Schools" with Keli Anderson, Jeremy Church, and Colleen Clark
"How to Manage Your Mental Health in Tight Quarters" with Liz Kay
"A Celebration of the Adolescent Brain" with Dr. Carol-Ann Saari
"Beyond Advocacy: Building Stronger Learning Communities Through Authentic Parent Engagement" with Jeff Stewart and Colleen Clark
"Building Relationships Between Home and School" with Lucy Lenko and Tammy Music
"Collaborative Problem Solving" with Karen Copeland, Ross Robinson, and Victoria Keddis
"Doing the Holidays Differently" - Holiday Social
"Enhancing Engagement of Families - For Service Providers" with Terry Cardle, Casey Chaulk, Tahmeena Ali, and Victoria Keddis
"Insight to Engagement - For Service Providers" with Victoria Keddis, Andrea Vukobrat, Mary McCracken, and Tamara Throssell
"Finding Hope" with Dr. Ashley Miller
"From Uncertainty to Understanding: Siblings of Children with Special Needs" with Kim Pilling
"Get More From Meetings - The Surprising Steps to Collaboration" with Marlisse McRobie and Moira Hazelhurst
"Helping Children & Youth Transition to New Environments" with Larissa Predy and Evelyn Matthews
"How to Talk to Your Child About Their Disorder" with Marlisse McRobie and Ross Robinson
"Involving Dads - Dads Talk About Mental Health" with Mark Littlefield and Dave Anderson
"Just One More Game... Parenting and Video Games" with Dr. Tyler Black
"Medications" with Dr. Jana Davidson
"Mental Health & Transitions" with Wendy Belter
"Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: It's Not Just About Washing Your Hands!" with Dr. S. Evelyn Stewart, Bruce MacKenzie, and Leanne MacKenszie
"Parenting & ADHD" with Kathleen Rea
"Parents are Valuable Partners, Co-Facilitators in Their Child's Development" with Bev Ogilvie
"Say - Don't Say: What Youth with Mental Health Challenges Really Want From Their Parents and Caring Adults" with Andrea Vukobrat
"Self Harm in Young People" with Klaus Klein
"Sensory Processing" with Megan Eastwood
"Social Skills Support for Children Living with Mental Health Challenges" with Jeannie Harnett and Victoria Keddis
"Start With Strengths: Change the Lens, Change the Story" with Chris Wejr
"Stepping In, Instead of Stepping Away: Kids Need, and Want, Caring Adults in Their Lives" with Dr. Elizabeth Saewyc
"Suicide Prevention" with James Musgrave
"Summer Survival Strategies for Parents" with Don Lasell
"Supporting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma" with Carrie DeJong
"Talking With Youth About Substance Use - Paying Attention - Relationship or Behaviour" with Mary Anne Crabtree, Alexandra Wilson, and Julie Collette
"The ADHD Brain: A User's Guide" with Dr. Don Duncan
"The Adolescent Brain: Some Key Things to Think About When it Comes to Understanding Young People" with Dr. Stan Kutcher
"The Four Step C.A.R.E. Model of Conflict Management for Parents and Caregivers Raising (and Loving) Chronic Conflict Children" with Dr. Brenda McCreight
"Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Impact on Families" with Dr. Nancy Prober
"Unfolding Conversations About Mental Health: Tips and Tools from Youth" with Victoria Keddis and Anne-Marie Long
"Self Harm: There is Always Help, There is Always Hope" with Ciara, Kim Leifso, and Victoria Keddis
"Judging Ourselves, Judging Others" with Jennifer Russell, Cass Lucke, and Victoria Keddis
"Conversations About Mental Health: What it Sounds Like at Different Ages" with Karen Peters and Victoria Keddis
What role do you play in the life of a child/youth with a mental health challenge?
Sibling, Grandparent or Other Relative
What community do you live in?
Fraser Cascades (Agassiz, Harrison, Hope, and Boston Bar)
Other: Province/Territory in Canada
The information in the video/online conversation was useful?
Would you recommend / have you recommended an 'in the know' or FamilySmart resource to others?
I have watched an 'in the know' video or visited the FamilySmart website before.
As a result of this ItK, I have more knowledge, skills, tools or resources to better understand and/or manage mental health challenges (mine or those I support).
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