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4th Annual Native Youth School and Community Wellness Conference
The Native American Youth Mental Health Conference brings together leaders, educators, mental health practitioners, researchers, Native American youth, and other stakeholders in fields related to Native American mental health and wellness to share up-to-date research and best practices on youth mental health & wellness.

This year’s virtual conference will discuss ways to empower Native American Youth and Families to thrive during difficult times.

Please join us to discover culturally relevant and science-based strategies to improve the mental health and wellness of Native American youth and families.

Participants will better understand the importance of neuroscience when working with Native youth, learn trauma-informed best practices to engage youth during crisis; and learn how to use indigenous values and teachings to empower schools and communities.

By attending this conference, you will gain knowledge about:
- Healing the Soul Wound: Working with Native American communities from a Postcolonial Perspective
- Learning and Thriving with an Emotional Brain
- Conceptual Strategies for Improving Mental Health interventions with Native Youth
- Exploring Two Spirit Identity
- Gendered Violence: The Silent Epidemic
- Healing, Empowerment & the Arts
Webinar is over, you cannot register now. If you have any questions, please contact Webinar host: Judith Dauberman.