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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. Speaker: William Orme, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas McGovern School of Medicine, Licensed Psychologist at Houston Methodist Behavioral HealthSHOW LESS

Our children are constantly plugged in these days. Whether it’s playing with the latest lenses on Snapchat or exploring the newest expansion in their favorite video game, our children are engaged with technology almost 24/7. Join us to learn how the brain is affected by technology, healthy media and game limits, and what parents need to know to protect children. Presented by Crystal Collier, PhD, LPC-S, Murphy-Petersen Fellow in Behavioral Health, Hope and Healing Center & Institute

In recent years, there has been increasing research on the interactions between the brain, the gastrointestinal tract, the bacteria within the gastrointestinal tract, and the bidirectional relationship between these systems: the brain–gut–microbiome axis. Join Dr. Alok Madan for a Lunch & Learn as he discusses the most recent research on the brain-gut connection. Presented by Alok Madan, PhD, MPH, Houston Methodist Behavioral Health Clinic

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