Supporting Youth Mental Health Conditions
Posted 02/21/2019 04:41PM

"We Are Not Alone: Recognizing and Responding to Child and Teen Mental Health Concerns"
Monday, March 4, 7-8:30pm
Bovey, Middle School, Blake campus in Hopkins
Open to all Blake current, prospective and former parents and families, as well as the general public.
No registration required

Archer and Ellison

Join Blake parents Don Amorosi and Sara Ratner '94, P '23 on the evening of March 4 as they share their story and discuss adolescent mental health.

Don's son, Archer Amorosi (pictured here with his sister Ellison), epitomized a quintessential successful athlete and student. He was killed by police on July 13 during a mental health crisis. Don will talk about his personal experience, provide his perspective on signs a child or teen is struggling, and discuss how parents can support young people who may be dealing with mental health issues.

Blake counselors and other experts will be on hand to share information and resources.

If you have questions about this event, please contact Blake PK-12 Director of Counseling Erin Adams.



From the New York Times

"As Students Struggle with Stress and Depression, Colleges Act as Counselors"

"In Your Own Words: Mental Health on Campus"

"Colleges Expand Their Reach to Address Mental Health Issues"

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