Taking care of your mental health is a year-round practice. Winter months can leave some feeling more isolated, unmotivated or stressed. Maintaining your mental health through these months is important in supporting your overall health, safety and wellness. Syntero Chief Clinical Officer Sara Harrison-Mills, MSW, LISW-S, will lead a discussion on strategies to help you beat the winter blues and find creative ways to stay connected and vibrant throughout the winter season.
For parents and caregivers (grandparents, other relatives, guardians, etc.) of children from birth through first grade. Learn how to get more of the behavior you like from your children and less of what you don’t.
Classes will cover:
- What causes kids’ behaviors
- Setting goals for change
- Tips on how to reconnect with your child and build your positive relationship
- Giving directions kids are likely to follow
- Recognizing progress and planning for the future
Each participant will also have three one-on-one phone/in-person sessions with the group leaders to make the information really work for their families.
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Dates: September 13, 20 and 27 and October 4 and 11
All community members are invited to attend this event, which will provide education, resources and conversation around community efforts to challenge the Opioid Epidemic impacting Central Ohio communities. Narcan training will also be provided Southeast Healthcare to support recovery efforts.
Participants may join in person at Syntero’s Dublin office, or virtually. This event is free for all participants.
Syntero will host the 31st Annual Catalyst for Positive Awards on Friday, April 22, 2022. The Catalyst for Positive Change Awards showcases students from Central Ohio high schools who have demonstrated outstanding community service and exemplify Syntero’s values of integrity, empowerment, innovation and inclusiveness. Syntero has invited students from 22 Central Ohio high schools in Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties.
2022 Keynote Speaker – Amy Acton, MD, MPH
Dr. Amy Acton is a licensed physician in Preventive Medicine and Public Health with over 30 years of experience in executive leadership, academic and nonprofit administration, philanthropy, government and community service, teaching and data analysis, medical practice, and health care policy and advocacy.
Speech topic: The Leader We All Wish We Had Is You!
Click here to learn more about the awards and sponsorship opportunities.