“Prepare the child for the path and not the path for the child.”
Princeton Common Ground held a community lecture and Educators’ workshop, Understanding the Emotional Needs of Children and Adults, on May 14 at the Pennington School. The evening lecture, Suicide Can Touch Anyone: A Real Conversation About Suicide Prevention, included a panel of experts from local organizations including the National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMI, Minding Your Mind, Good Grief and Attitudes in/of Reverse.
GEORGE SCOTT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist known throughout New Jersey as an energetic and engaging speaker. Mr. Scott is certified in Post-Traumatic Stress Management and is a state wide Co-Ordinator for the Traumatic Loss Coalition, New Jersey’s primary youth suicide prevention program. In addition, he was previously a training and consultation specialist for the New Jersey Youth Suicide Prevention Project (which was managed by Rutgers University Behavior Health Care), and a former adjunct faculty member at The College of New Jersey.