Predictable Parenting for Unpredictable Times: Promoting the Success and Wellbeing of Asian and Asian-American Students through COVID-19

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Thursday, March 4, 2021, 4:38 PM

How is COVID-19 impacting student mental health and well-being, and how can parents promote the success and resilience of children and teens under such unusual and uncertain circumstances? During this webinar, professionals with experience in education, child and adolescent development, and mental health will discuss parenting practices and tools that can help to support the well-being of Asian and Asian American students through these unpredictable times. This session is appropriate for parents of school-age children, middle/high school students, and college students. Speakers Juliana H. Chen, MD; Associate Director, MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness; Instructor, Harvard Medical School Josephine M. Kim, PhD; Faculty, Harvard Graduate School of Education John Lee, LICSW; Upper School Counselor, Milton Academy Catherine Vuky, PhD; Assistant Professor, William James College; Clinical Supervisor; South Cove Community Health Center Shubh Agrawal, Ed.M., CAS, School Counselor at Worcester Academy



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