Parent Night Recap – Feb 6

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Thank you to those of you who were able to join us in person for Parent Night. Dr. Chinwé U. Williams and Will Hutcherson spoke on the topic of despair & anxiety in kids and teens. This informational and inspirational evening was to encourage families, teachers, coaches, volunteers and caring adults of all ages to be equipped to help children form strong connections which can lead to healing.

Below is the full video of the Parent Night seminar. Please feel free to share this with anyone you think would benefit from hearing these practical tools.

If you would like to take another step toward positive communication with your kids and teens, beginning March 23, we will be hosting a 6-week parenting study. It will be focused on understanding children’s unique wiring and how that can change the way you look at, and speak to, every child that crosses your path.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact [email protected].

About the authors…

Will Hutcherson

Will Hutcherson is a national speaker, the founder of Curate Hope, and a NextGen/youth pastor of 15 years. In the past several years he has become increasingly passionate about finding practical ways to bring hope to kids and teens.

Furthermore, this has led to him starting Curate Hope, a non-profit that focuses on suicide prevention, mental health awareness, and partnering with educators and parents to help heal teens.

Will has had the privilege to help train and develop many ministry leaders as well as coach and consult other pastors around the country. He is an Orange speaker and writer and has spoken at events like Orange Conference and Orange Tour.

Dr. Chinwé U. Williams is a Board-Certified Counselor, Certified Professional Counselors Supervisor and is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia. She has worked in the area of counseling for over fifteen years, including counselor education and training for ten years.

Dr. Williams has served as a college and high school counselor, group facilitator, executive coach. In addition, she is currently working as a therapist and consultant in schools, non-profit, faith-based, and corporate work settings.

She is also a published journal author and a frequently featured expert blog and podcast contributor on topics related to child, adolescent, and adult mental health and wellness.

Dr. Chinwé U. Williams

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