Psy.D. students Quincy Guinadi, Milo Due, and Chris Staebell will be speaking to youth on aspects of mental health in a series called Youth Move MN. Sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Youth Move National, and the Minnesota Association of Children’s Mental Health, the series will feature a guest speaker each Monday from Oct. 12 through Nov. 23 from 6 to 7 p.m. via Zoom on social justice and mental health topics.

In order to build better systems, we have to understand how they work. Through this guest speaker series, youth ages 12-22 will learn from local experts what mental health is, how social injustices impact it, and how they can take action to build a better world.

Register and learn more at youthmove-mn.org/speakers.

Monday, Oct. 12: What is Mental Health? A Roundtable Discussion
with Milo Due, doctoral student in counseling psychology

Monday, Oct. 19: Caring for Self and Others When the World is on Fire
with Milo Due, doctoral student in counseling psychology

Monday, Oct. 26: Trauma 101
with Chris Staebell, doctoral student in counseling psychology

Monday, Nov. 2: Social Justice and Historical Trauma: The Role of Youth
with Brandon Jones, psychotherapist, professor, and consultant

Monday, Nov. 9: Policing and Mental Health
with Renee Jenson, formerly of the Barbara Schneider Foundation

Monday, Nov. 16: Do They Look the Same? Global and Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health
with Quincy Guinadi, doctoral student in counseling psychology

Monday, Nov. 23: Change to Chill: Mental Health Resources
with Muna Musse, student advocate

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