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Windows to Hope
A mental health conference designed for people
who work with youth in faith and community settings
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Richardson Civic Center

411 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson, TX 75080

Registration coming soon!

CEUs offered. $20 registration includes continental breakfast and box lunch.
Kosher and Halal meals available upon request.
Windows to Hope is a multi-faith conference open to all.
At this conference, attendees will:
    • Learn to recognize the symptoms of mental illness in teens and young adults
     Discover resources in the community for mental health treatment and support
    • Learn how to respond to and support families with a young person who has mental illness
    • Examine the role of the faith community in caring for youth with mental health needs
Keynote Speaker
bobo-pic-square Kwabena "Bobo" Blankson, MD, FAAP, CCMS
Young Men's Health & Wellness

Dr. Blankson is a pediatrician with subspecialty training in adolescent medicine. He currently serves in private practice at Girls to Women Health and Wellness and the newly formed Young Men’s Health and Wellness. Dr. Blankson has published in peer-reviewed journals on adolescent healthcare utilization, obesity and energy-drink consumption and has been featured on NYTimes.com, HuffingtonPost.com, CNN.com, Time.com, Forbes.com, CBSnews.com and more. Most recently, he served as a featured professor in Oprah’s Happiness OCourse.
Panel Session
Hind Jarrah
Texas Muslim Women's Foundation
Rabbi Nancy Kasten Natasha Stewart
The Center for Counseling
and Behavioral Health
The Potter's House of Dallas

Janet Anselmo-Henson, LPC, LCDC
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas
Kelly Jameson, Ph.D., LPC-S
Private Practice
Wynne Shaw, LPC-S
Wynne Shaw Counseling Services, PLLC
Marisol De Jesús-Pérez, Ph.D
Pastoral Counseling Center
Jennifer L. Hughes, Ph.D., MPH
Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Natasha Stewart
The Center for Counseling and Behavioral Health
The Potter's House of Dallas


Karen and Randall McCleskey

For more information on sponsorship opportunities
contact Sierra at SSanchez@GrantHalliburton.org.

Windows to Hope is presented by
An initiative of Grant Halliburton Foundation

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I AM H·E·R·E is working to strengthen the network of mental health resources for teens and young adults in North Texas through the collaboration and cooperation of all stakeholders. Launched by Grant Halliburton Foundation in 2009, I AM H·E·R·E is a working coalition that focuses on four critical areas: Help, Education, Resources and Encouragement.