Central Jersey Girl Scouts host mental health webinar
EDISON, NJ – On Wednesday at 7 p.m., Central & Southern New Jersey Girl Scouts (GSCSNJ) will host a webinar through Zoom entitled “Girls Minds Matter: The Importance of Mental Health and Wellbeing.”
The event provides insights into girls’ mental health issues, ways to destigmatize mental health, support resources for girls and parents, and how Girl Scouts can help girls through difficult times.
According to a 2020 report on mental health by the Girl Scouts Research Institute, 84 percent of Girl Scouts feel stressed about their future, and nearly 50 percent of GEN Z teens (ages 6 to 24) feel negative about them Get a mental health treatment organization said.
The webinar will feature a cross-section of mental health professionals including Jean Christie, licensed clinical social worker and Boy Scout volunteer; Gabrielle Gunin, therapist and PhD student at the Rutgers Youth Anxiety and Depression Clinic (YAD-C); Dr. Taunya M. Tinsley, Ph.D., DMin, NCC, LPC, Licensed Professional Advisor, Transitions Counseling Services, LLC; and Dr. Jennifer Weber, Director of Behavioral Health, PM Pediatrics. Ginny Hill, CEO of GSCSNJ, will act as moderator.
Through the webinar, the Girl Scouts hope to help girls and their families deal with the problems. Further information and registration at: https://bit.ly/3CArJOJ.