Working with Youth and Young Adults in an Age of Depression and Anxiety: A Workshop Empowering Christian Leaders

Event Details

Date: Friday, September 13, 2019
Time: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Location: OVC Campus – 404 N. 7th Street, Colton, CA

Cost: FREE

This interactive workshop, led by Christian psychologists and counselors, addresses the following questions:

  1. What resources are available to help you support youth and young adults

  2. How to identify (and manage) a crisis

  3. What to offer a young person who is not in crisis, but suffers regular bouts of depression and anxiety

  4. What are "healthy" behaviors and how to encourage them

  5. What is it about this age group that makes them so different/unique

This mental health workshop is designed to equip youth leaders, pastors, parents, and anyone working with young adults to identify the signs of depression and anxiety in today's youth.

Please tell your church and school leaders about this important workshop and encourage them to attend.

Featured Speakers

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Tony Angelo, PsyD

Dr. Angelo is a clinical psychologist who specializes in Forensic Psychology, specifically in the treatment of deviant sexual behavior, PTSD, and other forms of Trauma, as well as neuropsychological disorders. He is a certified EMDR therapist as well as specializing in other forms of therapy, including Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodyanic Therapy. Dr. Angelo currently serves and the Southern California Regional Director for SHARPER FUTURE, one of the state's largest providers of forensic psychology services.

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Randy Stinnett, PsyD., ABPP

Dr. Stinnett is a clinical psychologist and the Clinical Director of Behavioral Health at the Social Action Community Health System (SAC Health System) with locations in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. He oversees a comprehensive program of behavioral health services that includes psychotherapy, psychiatry, health education groups, a substance-use treatment program, and the integration of behavioral health services in the primary care clinics. Dr. Stinnett received his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree from Loma Linda University and is board certified in clinical psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Dr. Stinnett is an Assistant Professor in the School of Medicine at Loma Linda University where he provides lectures and training workshops for resident physicians on various topics in healthcare and mental health treatment. His clinical interests and specialties include the treatment of mood, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorders, as well as the intersection of mental health and spirituality.