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Parenting WEBINAR Series:  Incorporating Validation into Parenting

Parenting WEBINAR Series: Incorporating Validation into Parenting

Apr 06, 2020
8:00pm to 8:45pm

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Many of us are experiencing anxiety due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially parents as they spend consecutive days inside trying to balance it all – work demands, child care,...

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Parenting WEBINAR Series: Coping and Conflict Management

Parenting WEBINAR Series: Coping and Conflict Management

Apr 07, 2020
8:00pm to 8:45pm

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Many of us are experiencing anxiety due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially parents as they spend consecutive days inside trying to balance it all – work demands, child care,...

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Parenting WEBINAR Series: Making Meaning of Difficult Times

Parenting WEBINAR Series: Making Meaning of Difficult Times

Apr 08, 2020
8:00pm to 8:45pm

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Many of us are experiencing anxiety due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially parents as they spend consecutive days inside trying to balance it all – work demands, child care,...

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Vaping and Youth Substance Use Info Session

Vaping and Youth Substance Use Info Session

Apr 20, 2020
5:00pm to 6:00pm

Helmsley Medical Tower

Substance use among adolescents and young adults has been declining recently, excluding one substance: nicotine. In the United States, Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS)...
Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

May 06, 2020
11:00am to 12:30pm

Uris Auditorium

Alison Hermann, M.D. Assistant NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Attending Psychiatrist Assistant Weill Cornell Medical College and Cornell University Clinical Psychiatry Professor

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Learning Safety Signals May Reduce Fear and Anxiety

Learning to associate distinct signals with safety has been shown by researchers to reduce fear and anxiety. Now, a study by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian and Yale University demonstrates that these safety signals activate different circuits in the brain from those involved in typical anxiety therapy, suggesting the approach may enhance treatments for individuals with anxiety disorders or serve as an alternative to current interventions.

Recognizing Safety Signals May Reduce Fear and Anxiety

Learning to associate distinct signals with safety has been shown by researchers to reduce fear and anxiety. Now, a study by investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian and Yale University demonstrates that these safety signals activate different circuits in the brain from those involved in typical anxiety therapy, suggesting the approach may enhance treatments for individuals with anxiety disorders or serve as an alternative to current interventions.

Mentoring Moments: Dr. So Hyun "Sophy" Kim

Hannah, Claire, Dr. Sophy Kim

Dr. So Hyun “Sophy” Kim runs the ASD & Developmental Science Lab at Weill Cornell Medicine. Working with the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB), her government funded clinical research focuses on examining developmental and behavioral patterns such as academic achievement and executive function in children with ASD, while combining cutting edge behavioral and electrophysiological measures.

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