All South Bay parents and their teens are invited to attend this free Families Connected Speaker Series event.
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Extracurricular activities. AP classes. College applications. From a very early age, students are diligently checking the boxes for a successful future, but do they take time to think about who they want to be when they grow up, instead of just what they want to be? Hear from former Dodgers player Eric Karros and his daughter, Mikah Maly-Karros, about their personal story and how to shift your family mindset away from one focused singularly on outcomes to more purposeful experiences at this Families Connected Speaker Series event, presented by Beach Cities Health District and South Bay Families Connected, in partnership with Hermosa Beach City School District, Manhattan Beach Unified School District and Redondo Beach Unified School District.
About Mikah Maly-Karros
Mikah Karros attended Mira Costa where she was a 4 year Varsity Starter for the Girls Basketball Team. Daily Breeze Player of the Year, All CIF, and All State were just a few of the numerous awards she earned. She received a Full Scholarship to LMU…….all the while dealing with a host of “issues”. Mikah is now a board registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern, with a diverse personal and clinical background. Mikah has experience working in private practice, residential treatment and educational settings. She has provided services for children, adolescents and adults struggling with a variety of clinical issues. Mikah specializes in treatment of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, relationship issues and underperformance. Additionally, she has developed a specialized practice working with generation Z and millennial clients, addressing issues specific to teens and young adults.