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Parent Video Series & Follow-up Live Zoom Q&A

  Douglas County School District Counselors have teamed with Dr. Scott Cypers to create a video series to help parents understand how to help their children with Anxiety. This series will be ongoing throughout the remainder of the school year and a new video will be released every few weeks. These 20-30 minute videos are designed to provide parents with an understanding of anxiety and provide some actionable tools to help their children. Dr. Cypers is a nationally recognized expert on child and adolescent anxiety and is the director of stress and anxiety at Johnson Depression Center.

Segment 1 video: Understanding Your Brain and How Anxiety Fits Into the Picture

 

Segment 2 video: Helping Kids to Understand & Overcome Anxiety

 

November 2 was the first live Q&A session hosted by Dr. Cypers. These will be held after the release of each new video. Please watch email correspondence for these dates/times.

 

These videos will also be shared in  our counseling newsletter, The Jag Wire, as well as posted here.

 

 

Freshman Parent Presentation 2021-2022  

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Counseling Office Hours

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Phone: 303-387-3022 or 303-387-3025

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