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2021 Wellness Together Spring Event Series
This 4-part webinar series, hosted by Wellness Together School Mental Health and the California Department of Education, equips educators, parents, and guardians to promote mental wellness for students at home and in the classroom.

Join us to hear from leading voices in the student mental wellness movement, with presenters from across the country increasing mental health awareness, advocacy, and access to mental health services for our students. At the conclusion of each webinar, presenters will participate in a live question and response.

For the most up-to-date webinar information, please visit >>> wellnesstogether.org/events

March 4, 2021
Welcome By: Monica Nepomuceno, MSW
Education Programs Consultant School Health & Safety Office, Educator Excellence & Equity Division
California Department of Education

"Teaching "The Social Dilemma": Taking Back Control from Tech"
Doug Keller, Center for Humane Tech

March 11, 2021
Welcome By: Mara Madrigal-Weiss
Vice Chair, Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC)
Director, Student Wellness & Positive School Climate and
Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services
San Diego County Office of Education

"Social Media and Your Kids"
Max Stossel, Center for Humane Tech

March 18, 2021
Welcome By: Tony Thurmond
California State Superintendent of Public Instruction, California Department of Education

"Building Resilient Educators, Students, & Families"
Karin Gornick, Award-Winning Filmmaker (Angst; A Trusted Space: Redirecting Grief to Growth; Screenagers)
Lori Woodley, MS, PPS, All it Takes

March 25, 2021
Welcome By: Dr. Daniel Lee
Deputy Superintendent of Equity, California Department of Education

"Your Turn: "How to Be an Adult” for Educators and Parents"
Julie Lythcott-Haims, New York Times Bestselling Author and Former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University
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