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Course Category: Mental Health Development

How Digital Media is Changing Our Children’s Mental Health

In this necessary and current class, Dr. Skinner shares research and gives practical and implementable advice to parents around technology and how it’s impacting our children’s mental health

Dr. Skinner addresses

  • What’s Driving the Rapid Acceleration of Anxiety and Depression in Teens?
  • How to Talk with Your Child about Their Screen Time
  • Four Strategies to Protect Our Children’s Mental Well-Being

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 15-18 Years of Age

In this third of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 15-18 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the fourth of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 5-10, 11-14 and 19-22.

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 19-22 Years of Age

In this fourth of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 19-22 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the fourth of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 5-10, 11-14 and 14-18.

Why Our Children Self-Harm and How Parents Can Help

We’ve received a lot of questions about self-harm behavior in children. It makes sense that we’re getting a lot of inquiries because we know that at least one in four young women and one in seven young men are dealing with self-harm, as a way of trying to cope with negative emotions or low self esteem or the pressures of the environment that our kids are facing.

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 11-14 Years of Age

In this second of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 11-14 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the second of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 10-13, 14-18 and 19+.

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 5-10 Years of Age

In this first of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 5-10 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the first of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 11-13, 14-18 and 19+.

How to Respond When Your Child Says They’re Struggling with Pornography

As parents, it can be difficult to know how to respond when your child expresses they’re concerned with their pornography use.

In this short course, Dr. DeVon Mills, shares practical and real life examples of what not say to your child when they express concerns, based off of his experience, research and working with clients.

Protecting Our Children by Staying Aware and Involved

Knowing how to protect our children from technology moves so fast and is very difficult to manage. And, oftentimes, the way we react as parents can make issues worse. In this course, Dr. Kevin Skinner educates on parenting pitfalls and offers practical solutions to effectively managing technology use.

In this course, Dr. Skinner teaches

  • Guiding Principles of Effective Parenting
  • Educate About the Truth of Our Devices
  • Device Awareness
  • Avoid Being Blindsided
  • Expecting Challenges
  • Disciplined Parenting