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Windows to Hope
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Texas Health Resources University

8194 Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas 75231


$10 registration includes breakfast and lunch
Plenary Session

Safe Conversations for Faith Leaders Working With Youth
Harville Hendrix, Ph.D and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Ph.D


Mental Health 101 and an Introduction to Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid
Ricardo Aguilar, Consumer Programs Director, Mental Health America of Greater Dallas

Let's Talk! How to Have a Conversation About Drugs and Alcohol
Janet Anselmo-Henson, MA, LPC-Intern, LCDC, Jewish Family Services

I'm Not Crazy! What Really Happens in Therapy
Janie Stubblefield, MA, LPC-S, Mobile Counseling

What’s Next? How to Support Healing and Recovery after Treatment
Jane Le Vieux, Ph.D., LPC-S, RN-BC, Clinical Manager – Dallas Psychiatry, Children’s Medical Center

The Teen Brain—What Are They Thinking?
Steve Kelly, LPC, M.Div.

SAFE! Issues Facing Today’s Youth and How Faith Leaders Can Help
Vanita Halliburton, President, Grant Halliburton Foundation 

This conference is designed to equip all adults who work with youth in a faith setting to more effectively meet the mental health needs of this age group.
  • Examine the role of the faith community in caring for youth with mental health needs
  • Learn to recognize the symptoms of mental illness in teens and young adults
  • Discover resources in the community for mental health treatment and support
  • Learn how to respond to and support families with a young person who has mental illness
David Henderson Keynote Speaker

Navigating the Teen Years: Helping Adolescents Pursue a Path to Wellness
David L. Henderson, M.D.

Board-certified psychiatrist, Southwest Clinical and Forensics
Adjunct Professor, Dallas Theological Seminary

Dr. David L. Henderson has a variety of research and clinical interests including anxiety, depression, chemical and behavioral addictions, and the effects of worldview and spirituality on mental and physical health.



Karen and Randall McCleskey


Timberline Knolls


Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Starlite Recovery Center


Grace Counseling Beckloff Pediatric Behavioral Center
Beckloff Pediatric Behavioral Center


CARE Meier Mobile Counseling
Origins True Success Education Waterford Academy

Presented by
An initiative of the Grant Halliburton Foundation