Resilience Presentation for Parents
and Other Caring Adults

The speaker's presentation

Our Speaker’s Bureau visits schools, churches, parent
nights, and businesses throughout Utah County.

Our presentation is focused on actionable items that you can do today to help
your child through a variety of social and emotional struggles.

You'll learn:

A new way of thinking...

...about children’s mental health and behavior

A simple and practical framework...

...to clarify your concerns about a child

How to apply this framework...

...to improve your relationship with children, teenagers, and other people in your life

The presentation takes about 45-60 minutes and is free of charge! It’s is intended for parents and other caring adults, but we are happy to do youth groups or high school groups if the adult mentors are also present.

(Unfortunately, right now we are only able to serve Utah County.) 

The Presentation

Our presenters give the same presentation that Dr. Matt Swenson gives in this recording. All our speakers are carefully screened for professional expertise as well as speaking ability.

The Volunteer Speaker

Catherine Johnson, LCSW

Division Director for Children and Youth Services at Wasatch Mental Health

Cody Thompson

School Counselor at Frontier Middle School

Iesha Bailey, LCSW

Therapist at Wasatch Mental Health

Kellie Byars, LCSW

Therapist at Wasatch Mental Health

LeeAnn Elzey

School Counselor at American Fork Junior High School

Michelle Porcelli

School Counselor at Alpine School District

Wayne Sears

School Counselor at Lone Peak High School

Kristen Zamudio

Parent Support Specialist at Help Me Grow Utah (Spanish only)


These files are available for your use, free of charge, for incidental, non-commercial use. Please always attribute United Way of Utah County!

The speaker's presentation

Speakers will be matched in 1-2 weeks (sooner if needed!).
We also offer the presentation in Spanish.

It’s best if you use our form, but you can reach out with specific questions at
everydaystrong@unitedwayuc.org or 801-691-5454.