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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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Digital Domains: Apps, Video Games and Other Media are Filling Gaps in Mental Healthcare

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By Amy Crawford
Illustrations by Stephanie Dalton Cowan
Photos by John Abbott

Tegan Lee always thought of himself as “a very systematic thinker,” the sort of person who solves problems quickly and efficiently. It’s a style that served him well through a long career as a project manager and consultant in the tech industry. But two years ago, when Lee was in his late 50s, a diagnosis of late-onset bipolar disorder forced him into early retirement—and upended his life. “I wouldn’t wish this on anybody,” says Lee. “I was very motivated to get better.”

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