DHS hosting teen mental health speaker Jeff Yalden Feb. 6

The community is invited to Jeff Yalden’s session on Feb. 6

Jeff Yalden, highly regarded as North America’s top Teen Mental Health speaker, will be meeting with teachers and students at Devine High School on Tuesday, February 6th. Jeff is a leading Suicide Crisis Intervention Expert, and Suicide Prevention trainer.
Jeff is a three-time Amazon bestselling author, including his most recent book, Boom! One Word to Inspire Action, Deliver Rewards, and Positively Affect your Life Every Day. His Mental Health…Motivation: The Unlikely Life Coach Podcast attracts thousands of subscribers each month, due in large part to his hard-hitting and from-the-heart approach to motivation, self-improvement and his straight talk to families, teens and those interested in making real changes in their lives.
Since 1992, Jeff has worked with hundreds of school communities – teens, educators and parents – world-wide. He has presented his “About Life” message to more than 4000 live audiences in all 50 states, every province in Canada, and 49 other countries. From 2005-2011, Jeff was featured as a celebrity teen and family life coach on MTV’s long-running reality show, Made, and has appeared in numerous print, radio, and television interviews nationwide, including FOX, CBS, NBC, SPIKETV, A&E and The Oprah Network.
As a celebrity teen and family life coach, Jeff digs deep and gets to the heart of the matter – helping teens, young adults, families and communities successfully navigate through life’s every day struggles and find real solutions to the challenges that come their way.
He is a Gulf War Veteran and a two-time Marine-of-the-Year recipient, and was Mr. New Hampshire Male America in 1990.
Every year, more than a million people are inspired by Jeff Yalden’s messages, leaving them empowered by the palpable energy he leaves behind after every presentation. For more information, please visit www.JeffYalden.com and www.JeffYaldenFoundation.com.
DHS would like to invite all parents and community members to attend the session at 4 o’clock in the DSAC auditorium.