- Mental Health
- Substance Use
- Healthy Living
Thursday November 23, 2017
6pm - 8pm
ABOUT: The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre brings you our Pinwheel Education Series event to acknowledge Beyond the Blues Education Days which is to learn more about what mental health actually looks like - from well being factors like social support and self-esteem, to problems with common issues like mood, anxiety, and depression.
Dont miss this opportunity to learn more about the hidden depressions of children & youth! In the talk, Dr. Ashley Miller from BC Children's Hospital's Child and Youth Mental Health Program will discuss what depression is, strategies and tips for talking to youth about your concerns, and resources and next steps you can take.
**BONUS! This is also The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre's TENTH year running, and we'd love for you to join us in the celebrations and get an exclusive sneak peak at our NEW website!**
NEW! This event is now also available to be viewed as a webcast, from the comfort of your own home! Watch the event by simply clicking on this link, and remember to also register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hidden-depression-in-children-youth-tickets-36723139900
Dr. Ashley Miller, MDCM,FRCPC. Dr. Miller is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinic at BC Children's Hospital and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UBC. She runs groups for teens with depression and caregiver groups for families of children and teens with mental health issues. Dr. Miller is co-director of the Family Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy training programs for UBC psychiatry residents. She is a passionate advocate for family and caregiver involvement in the mental health treatment of children and youth.