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teens Beyond Bullying
Saturday, August 11
8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Woodcreek Church

3400 E Renner Rd, Richardson, TX 75082 (Directions)
Registration: $15
Includes continental breakfast
LPC and social work CEUs offered
PDF Registration form to pay by check or PO
Beyond Bullying is a half-day back-to-school conference for educators, parents and professionals that features an informative keynote speaker and breakout sessions discussing the latest trends in bullying prevention and related mental health issues.
cami fields headshot (1) LGBTQ Youth 101

Cami Fields, LMSW

Youth First Program Manager
Resource Center

As youth serving professionals, understanding the diverse perspectives of our youth is vital to their growth. This workshop will give an overview of how to best serve LGBTQ youth by being culturally competent, being empathetic and being an ally. Attendees will also learn about recent stats and risk-factors that LGBTQ youth face today.
green_tact1_withline TACT Student Performance and Discussion

Volunteer High School Students

TeenAge Communication Theatre (TACT)

TACT is a troupe of Dallas-area volunteer high school students who write, produce and act out scenarios based on issues relevant to teens. At this conference, TACT will perform three vignettes focusing on bullying, secrets teens keep, and parent/teen communication. After the performance, the TACT students will engage in a discussion with attendees on tough issues facing youth today.
More speakers coming soon!

Special Thanks to Our 2018 Sponsors!
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QUESTIONS? Contact Sean Clifford for more information at sean@granthalliburton.org.

Beyond Bullying is presented by
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I AM H·E·R·E is working to strengthen the network of mental health resources for teens and young adults in North Texas through the collaboration and cooperation of all stakeholders. Launched by Grant Halliburton Foundation in 2009, I AM H·E·R·E is a working coalition that focuses on four critical areas: Help, Education, Resources and Encouragement.