A three-part virtual series for parents
Thursdays 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
For the past 19 months, our children and teens have lived primarily in isolation, learning, living, and socializing online. As New York opens up, this fall is the perfect time to explore how this virtual world has impacted the mental health of our children and families.
Participants are encouraged to register for and attend all three workshops.
How Parents Can Stay Ahead of the Mental Health Curve (Session completed)
September 23, 2021
Joshua Rosenthal, Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychologist
Manhattan Psychology Group, PC
Join us as we explore mood issues, anxiety, and social skills/relationship and behavioral problems as we begin to emerge from the pandemic.
Where Can I Go? Expert Panel of Community Resources
September 30, 2021
Moderator: Michelle Gorenstein, PsyD, Mt Sinai Hospital
Hear what expert professionals are hearing and seeing from youth and teens, followed by the opportunity for Q&A.
Challenges of the Internet: Safety & Bullying
October 7, 2021
Eric Staffin, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), IHS Markit
In this session, we’ll learn about some of the hidden apps or programs many youth and teens are using and what your child may be confronting online.
This program has been made possible thanks to the generosity of the J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation.