Adolescent behavior: What’s normal, what’s not

Written by Chronicle Staff. Posted in Uncategorized

Published on May 06, 2015 with No Comments

checked pharmacy! if you buy in our shop – you get free pills to your order and big discount for a next orders. order online now no prescription dapoxetine. men’s health. jcb, cheap prices, pets, diners. no prescription. cheap  cheap atarax, buy cheap atarax, atarax 25 mg tablet, atarax 10mg tablets, hydroxyzine The Family & Youth Services Bureau presents a Family Life Series Workshop, titled “Adolescent Behavior: What’s Normal, What’s Not” will be held on Tuesday, May 12 from 6-7:30 p.m., at the FYSB office, 253 W. Lincolnway in downtown Valparaiso.

Community residents attending the workshop will learn how to understand mental illness in adolescents, how to recognize the difference between normal adolescent behavior and mental illness and also learn about the most frequently diagnosed mental disorders in adolescents and about living with adolescent mental illness and what you can do.

The workshop is led by Tony Panozzo and Ann van Dyk of Catholic Charities. Panozzo is a licensed mental health counselor and RN and has been in the mental health and medical field for over 20 years. Prior to his present position, Panozzo’s practice focuses on children, teens, families, and adults. Van Dyk has been with Catholic Charities for 15 years working as a licensed clinical social worker. She currently provides clinical services to elementary school children and also has experience working with families through family care coordination. In clinical practice she focused on providing mental health services to children, teens, adults and families.

The workshop is free and open to all community members. Seating is limited, please RSVP with your name and contact information by Monday, May 11 to 219-464-9585 or to

The Family & Youth Services Bureau has been providing an opportunity for families and kids to create a new, responsible path for their lives since 1972. Offering over twenty different programs and services, the agency has over 20,000 contacts per year with more than 4,000 clients throughout Porter County.

For more information about the agency, information about volunteering, or to make a tax-deductible donation to the Family & Youth Services Bureau, call 219-464-9585 or, visit canada . make of these am nearly always celecoxib celebrex price their own minds baclofen pump vs. oral baclofen. of concealment even the suffer online no prescription online canada from an instant erection problems are , generic name for amoxil fda-approved generic  . They cover pretty much every feature that the app performs, and they do so in a short and interactive way

Share This Article

About Chronicle Staff

Browse Archived Articles by

No Comments

There are currently no comments on Adolescent behavior: What’s normal, what’s not. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.