Supporting the Well-Being of Children During a Pandemic
June 9, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Supporting the Well-Being of Children & Parents During a Pandemic: A Conversation with Dr. Maria Zimmitti, President and Clinical Director of Georgetown Psychology and Dr. Caroline Spearman, Licensed Psychologist at Georgetown Psychology.
|As children deal with isolation in quarantine and drastic changes to their school and summer routines during the global pandemic, it’s no wonder many are dealing with anxiety over COVID-19. This virtual panel of leading professionals will gather online for an interactive Q&A session to help parents support their children and teens during these unprecedented times. Topics include, among others : (1) How much media time is appropriate for children during the summer? (2) How can parents and caregivers alleviate the mental stress and the disappointment that children are experiencing during the pandemic? (3) How do I ensure my child does not fall behind academically during the summer? (4) It is very difficult to keep children on a schedule when they are in the house most of the time. How important are routines during the coronavirus? (4) How do I help prepare my child for the independent school admissions process when his/her learning has been disrupted during the pandemic?
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