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FCPS Mental Health and Wellness Conference and Inova Act on Addiction Summit
For more information on webinar content, please visit the conference website: ActOnAddictionNow.org. To register for the Our Minds Matter Youth Track sessions, please visit: https://bit.ly/ommsummit2020.

Please choose the sessions that you would like to attend by selecting them below. You only need to register once. You will receive reminder emails the day before and an hour before the start of each webinar that you choose. Webinar recordings will be available for a limited amount of time after the series.

If you have any questions, please email Shelby.Davies-Sekle@inova.org or call 703-568-3135.

Mon, Sept 14 | 4 - 5PM | Keynote Panel | (FCPS & Inova)

Tues, Sept 15 | 6 - 7PM | Social and Emotional Learning in School and at Home: Supporting our Students’ Engagement, Resilience,
and Well-Being During Challenging Times | Melissa Schlinger (FCPS)

Wed, Sept 16 | 6 - 7PM | Managing Emotions: How to Talk About Feelings so Kids Will Talk About Feelings | Ellen Pritchard Dodge M. ED, CCC-SLP (FCPS)

Thurs, Sept 17 | 12 - 1PM | Addiction and the Family: When COVID, Addiction and Isolation Intersect | Kate Appleman MA, CAADC, CCS, CSAT, CMAT (Inova)

Mon, Sept 21 | 6 - 7PM | Talking to Kids about Race & Racism: Promoting Positive Socio-Emotional Dev | Joseph Williams, PhD (FCPS)

Tues, Sept 22 | 4 - 5PM | Blending the Head and the Heart: Resiliency with the Pyramid of Success | David S. Anderson, PhD (Inova)

Wed, Sept 23 | 4 - 5PM | Mindfulness Workshop - Our Minds Matter (separate registration: https://bit.ly/ommsummit2020)

Thurs, Sept 24 | 5 - 6PM | Use of Telehealth for Substance Use Disorder Treatment | Sulman Aziz Mirza, MD (Inova)

Tues, Sept 29 | 12 - 1PM | When Enough is Enough - Disrupting the Reward and Addiction Process | Nhat Nguyen, MSW, CAADC (Inova)

Wed, Sept 30 | Making Self-Care Actionable - Our Minds Matter (separate registration: http://bit.ly/ommsummit2020)

Wed, Sept 30 | 6 - 7PM | Cultivating Resilience and Well-Being | Karen Reivich, PhD (FCPS)
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.

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