Dillon Browne

Supporting resilience in youth and families during and after the pandemic — a workshop series led by Dr. Dillon Browne

JOIN US FOR A FREE two-part workshop series for parents/guardians and caregivers:

I. Wednesday, May 11, 6:30-8 p.m. Dr. Dillon Browne, Canada Research Chair in Child and Family Clinical Psychology, moderates a panel of local youth and provides context to what they are experiencing.

II. Wednesday, May 18, 6:30-8 p.m. Informed by the discussion of the previous week, Dr. Dillon Browne provides strategies for caregivers to help protect the well-being of youth.

III. Register for both workshops at: bit.ly/DrBrowne

Beyond High School: A guide to discovering your pathway to success

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Thank you to MindShare Learning Technology for naming Erin Mills Connects’ Beyond High School Resource to the list of top “Learning & Technology Newsmakers of 2022!” In his podcast, Robert Martellacci highlighted the resource for high school students and parents/guardians. Learn more about Beyond High School at onpathway.me/blog.

Erin Mills Connects community organization (EMC) works for the good of all residents in west Mississauga, especially children and youth.

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For Erin Mills Connects social media presence, scan the QR code or visit: onpathway.me/m/emc

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