CANCELED - Teen Stress Survival Guide Virtual Workshop

Thursday, May 196:00—7:00 PMZoom

Pressures from school, family, friends, work: our teens are surrounded and burdened by stress from all sides. Because untreated stress can lead to mental health conditions like depression, our teens need to develop practical strategies to manage day-to-day stress. During this workshop, a trained facilitator shares their experience of surviving stress and depression throughout their teen and young adult life. 

This virtual workshop is facilitated by Families for Depression Awareness staff and delivered by a licensed mental health professional. This program is not for adults, it is intended for teens and young adults (ages 14-25).

Participants will learn the signs of stress and depression, identify strategies to manage day-to-day stress, and begin to create a survival guide of their own!

Note: This is an online event via Zoom. An invite will be sent out at least one hour before the program to the email given at registration.

The Lunenburg Public Library will also be hosting a similar program on Wednesday, May 11th that is geared towards adults!

Families for Depression Awareness (FFDA) helps families recognize and cope with depression and bipolar disorder. A national nonprofit organization based in Waltham, MA, FFDA was founded on the belief that caring family members play a powerful role in uniting their families and ensuring that no one with depression or bipolar disorder suffers alone. Their trainings provide practical education and actionable advice that equips participants to recognize mood disorders and intervene effectively.