Welcome to a digital interview series and pop-up community for military families to build resiliency and inner strength in honor of Military Family Month, brought to you by The Barry Robinson Center.
Military life comes with ups and downs. And helping our children and ourselves navigate those ups and downs can be challenging.
We’ve set out to help make it simpler.
Join us for Head, Heart, Homefront, a digital interview series with experts in mental health and other fields. We’ll break down the tips, tactics, and tools to help build resiliency within our heads, hearts, and homes.
In this series you’ll hear from:
Dr. Becky Porter
President and Chief Executive Officer at the Military Child Education Coalition
Chief of Policy and Practice at Association of Children’s Residential Centers
Director, Mental Health Service Line at Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters
Plus other experts including Sarah Smiley, military spouse, author and speaker; Amanda Yoder, military connected school counselor; Sylvia Muller, program director of military mentoring with Big Brothers Big Sisters; Dr. Anna Crane, clinical psychologist; and more!
- Strategies to build resilience in your kids
- Tips to connect with your kids to help them through transitional times
- Simple ways to make a difference in your children’s mental health
- How to recognize when your child needs additional support and what to do
Head, Heart, Homefront officially begins November 2, 2020, but you can join us NOW! You’ll get free access to the HHH content PLUS a special invitation to join our pop-up Facebook Community.