MIHS Counseling Department presents:
MIHS Post-Secondary Night
Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 6:30-8:30PM
MIHS Performing Arts Center
Students and parents are invited to join us for this informative event. Representatives from a variety of post- secondary pathways will be present to share their expertise in workshop formats.
Confirmed representatives include:
4 Year Public and Private Colleges, Colleges that Change Lives, Community College, Art Schools, Technical College, Armed Forces, Gap Year, College Bound Scholars, College Admissions Testing and more!
Dr. Suniya Luthar, Authentic Connections
April 16, 2019 6:00pm, MIHS PAC
In February, all MIHS students will participate in a survey created by Dr. Luthar. Join us on April 16th as Dr. Luthar shares an overview of the MIHS survey with the community and stakeholders. The information will also include how the MIHS survey results compare with what she has been researching in high-performing, affluent communities over the past 20 years.
Education, Advocacy, and Support for families and individuals living with ADHD
Winter 2019 Schedule
Kristi Kwon Ph.D.: “Parenting Stategies”
Kristi Kwon, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, talks about the why and what of parenting strategies when ADHD, Anxiety, Executive Function, Learning Disorders are in the picture.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 7:00-9:00 PM
Hilarie Cash, Ph.D., “Understanding Screen Time”
The increased reliance upon computers, large and small, has led to concerns about their pervasive role in our lives. Is there a difference between in person communication and online communication? What is FOMO and how does it affect sleep and mental health? How does screen time affect cognitive, language, and emotional development of very young brains? What effect do video games have upon developing brains? Do parents need to set limits? Do kids need to set limits? Why? Now that the World Health Organization has declared video gaming disorder a mental health condition, what is at stake in unlimited screen time?
Dr. Hilarie Cash is co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer for reSTART Life, PLLC, a residential program (first in the US or Canada) designed explicitly for adults and adolescents who are experiencing serious problems because of addiction to the Internet and video games (www.netaddictionrecovery.com). She began her work in the emerging field of Internet addiction in the mid-90’s. In 2008, she co-authored the book Video Games and Your Kids: How Parents Stay in Control. Dr. Cash is recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts in the growing field of Internet and video game addiction. She is a public speaker, workshop presenter and has appeared in well over 600 news reports about Internet addiction.
All are welcome (teens too) to join us for this informative meeting.
Eastside CHADD Members : No fee – a membership benefit
Non-members: Suggested donation of $7 to help defray the meeting costs and chapter expenses
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