Join PATH on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, for American Teens in Crisis Conference

PATHGreenLargeTaglineAmerican Teens in Crisis is a conference designed to equip, empower and encourage parents, educators, counselors, youth workers, clergy and anyone who is a part of a youth support system.

Be equipped and empowered with up to date information on current topics of concern and take away practical tools of implementation. Be encouraged to continue the positive and important work that you are doing. You are making a positive impact! Together we can make a difference one child at a time.

6 PGP's / CEU's available

Stephanie Guinosso, MPH, has over 15 years of experience in the field of adolescent health that spans the academic and non-profit sectors. She is committed to a vision in which all young people are given the opportunity to thrive. To realize this vision, she provides training and technical assistance to youth-serving professionals across the country on a variety of topics related to positive youth development. She is a connoisseur of adolescent neuroscience research and loves translating new findings to inspire and invigorate youth-serving professionals in the field. Stephanie is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Child and Adolescent Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She studies the effects of early stress and adversity on child and adolescent neurobiology, and the implications of early stress for health and academic outcomes.