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Teen Talk

Thursday, Sept. 16 • 6 to 7:30 p.m. EDT
Mental Health

This discussion is led by a child psychologist for parents and teens to learn about teen mental health, get tools to relieve stress and hear about available resources. Recommended for boys and girls ages 11 to 17 and their parents.

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Teen Talk: Introduction to Gender Identity

Thursday, Oct. 14 • 6 to 7:30 p.m. EDT

In this discussion, a pediatrician will discuss the basic definitions related to gender, including gender identity, gender fluid, gender diverse, transgender, nonbinary and gender dysphoria. The discussion will include our current understanding of the development of gender identity and the occurrence of transgender and gender diverse identities in children and teens. The pediatrician also will talk about the importance of gender-affirming care on the overall health and well-being of youth. Recommended for parents with children ages 8 to 18.

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Teen Talk: Gender Identity and Mental Health

Thursday, Oct. 21 • 6 to 7:30 p.m. EDT

This pediatrician-led discussion will cover mental and physical health risks of children and teens whose gender identities are different from their sex assigned at birth. The pediatrician also will talk about how gender-affirming care can significantly improve mental health in youth. Recommended for parents with children ages 8 to 18.

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Teen Talk: Healthy Relationships

Thursday, Nov. 18 • 6 to 7:30 p.m. EST

This parent-teen discussion led by a Norton Healthcare specialist will cover the fundamentals of a healthy relationship. Teens will learn how to identify a healthy relationship, the signs of an abusive relationship, dating safety, and how to be an advocate for themselves and their peers. It also will cover the importance self-care, health and wellness during this phase of life. Recommended for ages 13 to 17 and their parents.

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These free classes will be held via Zoom. An internet-connected device and email address are required. To register, visit NortonChildrens.com/LetsTalk or call (502) 629-KIDS (5437).

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