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It’s important for young children and teenagers to give a voice to the worries and traumatic experiences that impact their mental health and well-being. Issues that parents, teachers, and others may not be aware of and circumstances that children may not be able to easily articulate.
Join us as we talk to Aaron Heffernan MA, LCSW, Psychotherapist, and Patrice McBeath, Trauma-Informed Therapist from Jewish Family Services about the importance of active listening, non-judgmental conversations, unique mental health challenges of children, and innovative therapeutic methods for helping children express their needs.
Jewish Family Services provides mental health services to children through individual counseling, family counseling, and in school settings.
Jewish Family Services
1300 N. Jackson St.
Milwaukee WI, 53202
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