Kicking Anxiety to the Curb

Join us for our January Parent Education & Workshop Event

Strength Based Strategies to Help Your Student Manage Anxiety and Other Mental Health Issues

Please join the Conejo Valley Unified School District's BreakThrough Student Assistance Program, and the Conejo Schools Foundation for the January Parent Workshop and Education Series event on January 10, 2019 at 7pm: Kicking Anxiety to the Curb: Strength based strategies to help your student manage anxiety and other mental health issues. Attendees will:

  • Learn how to recognize mental health issues in your student and when to get help
  • Gain strategies to help your student manage their anxiety in school, at home and wherever they go!

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This event features presenter Jennifer Mundy, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the Program Manager of School Based Services for CALM in Santa Barbara. Mrs. Mundy oversees the mental health consultation and school based therapy for 23 preschools and 9 elementary schools including Santa Barbara Unified School District, Goleta Union School District, UCSB Children’s Center, Cottage Hospital Children’s Center, Girls Inc After school programs, Isla Vista Youth Project, St. Mark and Storyteller Preschools. Mrs. Mundy also has a private practice in Thousand Oaks where she works with young children and helps them recover from trauma and anxiety.

All parents/guardians of CVUSD students are invited to attend this FREE monthly workshop. Workshops offer support, education and a safe place to ask professionals questions.

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*This event is for adults only

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Kicking Anxiety to the Curb

Thursday, Jan. 10th 2019 at 7-8:30pm

33 Greta Street

Thousand Oaks, CA

Workshops will be hosted in the Horizon Hills Multipurpose Room

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Conejo Valley Unified School District

The Conejo Valley Unified School District's BreakThrough Student Assistance Program in partnership with the Conejo Schools Foundation is proud to host the 2018-2019 Parent Workshop and Education Series.