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Community Conversations

for a better Future

Join us for virtual round table conversations around pediatric mental health.

We invite vested community members, professionals and parents to discuss their observations around pediatric mental health. These hour-long conversations will be a chance to connect with like-minded individuals from across the state to see how we can better equip our youth and improve their mental health landscape.

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PAST Conversations

More conversations will be announced soon. Each conversation is virtual and scheduled for an hour. You will receive a Zoom link after you register. Conversations are free. We just ask that you register in advance.

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Building Blocks for Early Development

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
12-1 p.m.

Why is early childhood development so important? The actions and relationships of parents, teachers, family, friends and others have a large impact of the development and growth of a child. We will discuss obstacles we might face in providing the access and support children. We will also explore ways we can break down barriers and remove limitations. Please read this article prior to our conversation.

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The Impact of Childhood Trauma

Wednesday, July 19, 2023
3-4 p.m.

Trauma is the psychological wound that stays with us long after something happens. We will discuss childhood traumas large and small and how we as a society can do better to promote healing from trauma. Please watch the this TEDTalk prior to our conversation.

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Interested in a career where you can help people? Fascinated by the human brain? You’ll fit right in as a psychology major at UW-Green Bay. 

Mapping the Mind
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Social Work

Social work is a profession that helps families and communities come together to address social concerns and to create a better quality of life for community members.

Make a Difference
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Teaching is a calling. The training needed to become an accomplished, professional educator takes time and effort, but you can transform school into a life-changing experience.

Your Students are Waiting
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