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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

This presentation will review how to identify and respond to symptoms of anxiety and depression in young adults. Consideration will be given to common stressors that individuals face when progressing from adolescence to young adulthood that may contribute to the onset or escalation of mental health concerns. Strategies will be discussed for how families can respond effectively and compassionately. In addition, guidance will be offered for determining when symptoms of anxiety and depression may be significant enough to warrant clinical attention.


REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL ATTENDEES PRIOR TO THE EVENT

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

William Orme, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas McGovern School of Medicine, Licensed Psychologist at Houston Methodist Behavioral Health

William Orme, PhD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas McGovern School of Medicine and is a licensed psychologist working at Houston Methodist Behavioral Health. Dr. Orme earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Biola University. He also holds an M.Div. from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University.

His research experience and interests are in the areas of attachment theory, mentalization, suicide risk, humility, and the psychology of religion. He completed his pre- and postdoctoral clinical training at Baylor College of Medicine, The Menninger Clinic. Dr. Orme has experience working with young adults struggling with anxiety and depression on an inpatient basis at The Menninger Clinic and on an outpatient basis at Houston Methodist Behavioral Health and previously at a University Counseling Center.

Venue

Auditorium
717 Sage Road
Houston, TX 77056 United States
Website:
hopeandhealingcenter.org

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