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SCC Upcoming Events
This is a wonderful opportunity to network and meet colleagues, learn what the SCC does for our community and discuss how we can foster resiliency in our clients and ourselves. Our goal is to create a fun, informative gathering place for therapists, psychologists, school counselors, marriage counselors, social workers, and psychiatrists to connect, share stories, get support and make new friends and colleagues. Join us December 12th, 8:30 am – 10:00 am at Temple Rodef Shalom. Please RSVP!
SCC was proud to host Dr. Brad Sachs on September 30th. Resiliency is a growing topic in teen mental health which is being promoted in many news forums, blogs and websites such as HealthyChildren.Org. Continue reading –>
In The News ...
Socially precocious middle schoolers were followed for a decade in a recent University of Virginia study. Their cool persona at 13 did not translate into stable adult behavior at 23. Read more.
The Fairfax County Youth Survey is a comprehensive, anonymous, and voluntary survey that examines the risks and protective behaviors and other factors that influence the health and well-being of our county’s youth. The survey is administered to Fairfax County Public Schools 6th-, 8th-, 10th-, and 12th-graders. Continue reading –>
A message from The Women’s Center: A few weeks ago, one of our wonderful volunteers shared that her son’s friend from school had ended his own life; and just yesterday, another volunteer shared that a young adult in her family had attempted suicide. Continue reading –>
Teen Depression: Jordan Burnham Talk
The opportunity to open a discussion on teen depression was an important event in area high schools in December 2012. Thousands of McLean students and parents saw first hand how a troubled teen survived a suicide attempt, faced his mental health issues and now honestly shares his story. For those of you who missed this opportunity, we have excerpts of his talk available on YouTube.