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, homeschooling – all while keeping their own and their child’s worries under control. With access to so much parenting advice and resources, it’s hard to put advice into practice.
Weill Cornell Medicine’s Child Psychology Team is hosting evening webinars including a Q&A to discuss practical skills aimed to support parents and help children thrive during this challenging time. These webinars are open to any parent looking to learn more about how to manage and cope with these stressful times.
Learn pragmatic skills from child psychogists to manage your child's emotions, model healthy coping, and help your child thrive.
Presented by the Weill Cornell Medicine Pediatric OCD, Anxiety, and Tic Dirsorders Center (POCAT) and the NewYork-Presbyterian Youth Anxiety Center.
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