Let’s foster better mental health
in youth and in our communities.

Grant Halliburton Foundation offers captivating presentations that provide teachers, parents, and professionals with valuable information on promoting mental wellness, building resilience, and recognizing the signs of depression and suicidal crisis in youth.

We put a lot of effort and care into looking after the physical health of our children and teens. The fact is that mental health is just as important.

Whether it’s for a school function, community meeting, conference, or other event, our skilled presenters make these important and challenging topics engaging for the adult staff of any organization.

Some of our 2018/2019 education partners include Anna ISD, Allen ISD, Campbell ISD, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, Crandall ISD, Dallas ISD, Denton ISD, Duncanville ISD, Ferris ISD, Forney ISD, Frisco ISD, Garland ISD, Highland Park ISD, Kaufman ISD, Lancaster ISD, Lone Oak ISD, Lovejoy ISD, Midlothian ISD, Plano ISD, Richardson ISD, Rockwall ISD, Royse City ISD, Sunnyvale ISD, Waxahachie ISD, Whitewright ISD, as well as faith settings, Junior League, professional groups, corporations, conferences, and other North Texas organizations.

SAFE! Issues Affecting Today's Teens and How We Can Help

 
 
SAFE! Issues Affecting Today's Teens and How We Can Help

Straight talk about adolescent stress, peer pressure, mental health, and other issues facing youth today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Promote mental wellness and strong coping skills

  • Recognize signs of stress and depression

  • Promote adolescent brain health

  • Know the warning signs of suicidal behavior

  • Learn to recognize and respond to a young person in crisis

  • Connect with tools and resources to keep youth SAFE!

Length: 75 to 90 minutes

 

Bounce Back: Building Resilience in Children and Teens

 
Bounce Back: Building Resilience in Children and Teens

A presentation that explores how adults can help children navigate stress, challenge, tragedy, trauma, or adversity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the vital elements of resilience and how it impacts child development

  • Understand Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg’s 7 Cs of Resiliency

  • Develop skills for teaching children and teens how to use challenges and setbacks as building blocks for resiliency

  • Recognize adversity as an opportunity to empower students to bounce back

Length: 75 to 90 minutes

 
 

Meet Our Education Team

Whether it’s a classroom setting, school assembly, community meeting, conference, or other event, our team of presenters always bring their own unique perspectives, strengths, and stories to educate, inspire, and engage audiences of all ages.

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