Teaching adolescents is difficult. We currently find ourselves in uncharted territory with many questions and even more emotions. However, can we remember that we have it within ourselves to find our passion that brings us to whatever we see as worthwhile work, which allows us to make a difference for others. Teachers find themselves desperate for guidance and support to help themselves and their students. This dynamic presentation will help you begin to identify when you or your student is not fine and ways to intervene.
Presenter: Cindy Doth
Cynthia Doth has been with Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation since 2006 providing direct care to adolescents struggling with addiction in the Plymouth location. Her current role is the Youth and School Outreach Manager where she builds relationships with students, staff, and families in local schools to provide chemical health screenings and supportive services to individuals in need. Cynthia helps educate others on chemical health difficulties, treatment services, co-occurring mental health concerns, and related difficulties. Cynthia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Community Psychology and has completed two Master’s degrees from the Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies.
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