Live Webinars and an Extensive Library
At Evoke Therapy Programs we are invested in treating and supporting the whole family. We understand that when a child struggles, the entire family is affected. Dr. Brad Reedy broadcasts twice-weekly webinars and parents are invited to participate in these live sessions. One webinar each week is an open forum where parents are asked to provide questions for discussion. The other session is based on topics that provide parents tools and principles that support the treatment for their children. We also have webinars for family and friends and a sibling specific webinar each month, providing our clients with unmatched support in Wilderness Therapy.
We amassed nearly 400 webinars in our library, which can be searched by topic in our Parent Portal, a password-protected area of our site that provides families with access to resources and updates on their child. Many parents find solace and support in being able to access this information at home during and after their child’s stay in our program.
Families have access to the webinars for life after graduating from our program, allowing them to attend a live webinar or revisit mental health topics such as addiction, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, grief and loss, and others to sustain the positive changes achieved at Evoke Therapy Programs.
Where to Watch
- October 4, 6:30pm MT, Q&A for Evoke Families & Friends
- October 11, 6:30pm MT, Changing Seasons: Learning to Let Go of Old Ideas, Relationships, and Contexts
- October 19, 6:30pm MT, Q&A for Evoke Families & Friends
- October 20, 6:30pm MT, Topic TBA
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for access to the live broadcasts and/or to submit questions for the Q&As.
What Parents Say:
"Through your webinars, we've learned to let things go and stop trying to control; especially when it is our fears that try to drive the agenda. I know I am not out of the woods yet, but things are different. Things that I learned through your webinars or recommended books come to me when I am tested. Things like justifying a heart at war, or truly looking to see your child and exposing your vulnerabilities to them. This journey Is not about my kid; it's about me. This has been the most trying time in my life, but I've learned to appreciate the challenges; they're my catalyst for something better. Thank you for your guidance."
—Julie M., Parent from Ontario, Canada
"What a wonderful webinar!!! Our family got so much out of the hour. Our twelve-year-old son really enjoyed having all of his questions/concerns answered by you this evening....he said it made him feel secure. Our fifteen-year-old daughter was a bit nervous to ask any questions but she listened and identified with one question in particular. Your response was very comforting to her and our family. She said she didn't feel as "alone" as she did before. Just knowing that other siblings feel the way she had for so long."
— Parents from San Diego, CA
"The webinars are like a booster shot during the week between our sessions."
— Parent from Bend, OR