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February 22 | CBHS Theatre 

An expert on mental health, Dr. Justin Dodson is a native Memphian who has worked with populations ranging from children to professional athletes. His areas of expertise include adolescent and adult mental health, trauma, crisis intervention, and group and family therapies. On Thursday, February 22nd, Dr. Dodson will address students and families as he shares his expertise on maintaining a healthy relationship with social media and how interactions within those spaces can impact mental wellbeing.

 

October 25 | CBHS Theatre 

Abuse prevention expert and best-selling author, Ashley Bendiksen, shares her remarkable story and expertise to address healthy relationships, personal boundaries, abuse prevention, resilience, and leadership. As a survivor of abuse, trauma, and homelessness, Ashley inspires others to impact change through personal development and agency. Ashely will address CBHS students on Wednesday, October 25. Her presentation that evening in the CBHS auditorium is open to the public.

 

September 13 | CBHS Theatre

Former professional baseball player, Drew Robinson, speaks about his personal journey after surviving a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Now a mental health advocate, Drew shares his story to encourage and inspire others. Drew will address the community on Wednesday, September 13 from 7-8 pm and will speak to CBHS students on Thursday, September 14. 

 

Fall Semester | CBHS Auditorium

 

"Brother-Up" sessions for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will include faculty and student panel members to address the importance of two Lasallian core principles —Respect for All Persons and an Inclusive Community. The grade-specific presentations and discussions aim to help students experience a stronger sense of community with their fellow Brothers’ Boys.