Post Pandemic Parenting – The Uncharted Road to Normalcy

Thursday, April 15, 2021 -
11:30am to 12:45pm

 

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The pandemic has dramatically increased the incidence of anxiety, depression, social and educational challenges among parents and children. While the vaccine offers hope to families for a return to normalcy, it is unknown how destabilizing this reentry may be.

This expert panel of psychologists will take an inside look at how the pandemic continues to impact the mental health of families, the barriers that exist in accessing care and what it will take to move to a new phase of normalcy. Tips for charting the way back to normalcy will also be shared. 

The program is part of Palo Alto University's "At the Forefront of Mental Health" series and takes place April 15, 2021, from 11:30-12:45 p.m. It will be moderated by ABC7 news correspondent Kate Larsen.

Expert Panelists: 

 

Margaret Lamar, PhD, LPC , is an assistant professor and researcher at Palo Alto University specializing in maternal mental health.

 

Ramsey Khasho, PsyD, Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) and Licensed Clinical Psychologist at the Children’s Health Council, an education and mental health service for children, teens and young adults in Palo Alto, CA.

 

Donya Wallace, PhD, NCC, LPCis a private practice clinician and assistant visiting professor at Palo Alto University with a focus on socio-historical trauma of African American women in healthcare.

 

Jamie Klein PhD, is a clinical psychologist and assistant professor at Palo Alto University with a focus on women’s mental health.

For more information about this event, contact ExternalAffairs@PaloAltoU.edu.

 

 

 
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