Upcoming Workshop

  • Virtual Super Saturday: Parent Education Conference

    Saturday, October 24, 2020
    9:30 am - 3:30 pm
    Online Event

    Join NAMI Minnesota & TriDistrict Community Education (SSP, IGH & WSP) for a FREE Virtual Super Saturday: Parent Education Conference.

    This event is designed to meet the needs of biological, foster and adoptive parents, family members, paraprofessionals, and others who work with or care for children with and without a mental health diagnosis.

    Opening Keynote: School Year 2020: HELP!!!

    Presented by: Tina Feigal M.S., Ed. Parent Coach, Director of Family Engagement at Anu Family Services/Center for the Challenging Child.

    Tina's presentation is aimed at helping families navigate the unprecedented virtual, hybrid or full-time school/work/homelife puzzle that is "life during a pandemic." 

    Breakout sessions include: Special Education, Suicide Prevention, Understanding the Children's Mental Health System, What Autistic People Wish You Knew, Mental Health Crisis Planning, Transitions, Wellness, Self Care, and more!


    The Resilient Parent Series

    Free, monthly webinars helping parents support their child's mental health.

    The child and family mental health experts at Nexus-FACTS Family Healing are offering free online support to parents through the webinar series, The Resilient Parent. In the monthly webinar, parents will learn new ways to help their child develop and build mental strength, from coping with stress to building confidence. Together, well tackle the challenging issues of being a parent, especially in today's uncertain and changing world.

    When: Second Wednesday of every month at 7 pm CST
    Length: 60-90 minutes
    Cost: Free

    Upcoming Webinars

    Emotional Resilience: Supporting Our Kids, Supporting Ourselves
    January 13, 7 pm CST
    Parents are often exhausted, overwhelmed and straight up scared thinking about how our children are going to make it out there in the world with their big emotions. What we find, however, is that children are more able to succeed when theyhave adults that can teach and model how to do this. In this seminar, we will discuss how to overcome barriers to being the confident, connected, and compassionate parent that you want to be.

    Presented by: Shoshana Rosenthal, Mental Health Practitioner II at Nexus-FACTS Family Healing

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    Helping Your Anxious Child
    February 10, 7 pm CST
    Many children experience anxiety at any point in time. This anxiety can significantly impact a child's functioning in both home and school settings. Learn about the different types of anxiety and what you can do as a parent to help your child cope with the discomfort they experience as a result of their anxiety.

    Presented by: Luke Spiegelhoff, Clinical Director at Nexus-FACTS Family Healing

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