School can be stressful for so many reasons. Whether a child is just starting daycare or finishing up a university degree, the mental toll of education can be overwhelming. New schedules, peer influence, and difficulty learning can all amount to an increase in mental health challenges.
How can we check on our loved ones to make sure that they’re doing okay during the school year? Are there ways to support them without taking the burden on ourselves?
Join us as Melinda Macht-Greenberg, PhD, discusses the mental health challenges that students are facing, shares subtle ways for caregivers to check on their kids’ well-being, and answers audience questions about children, adolescents, and their mental health.
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Harvard Medical School
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
Boston, MA 02115
Melinda Macht-Greenberg, PhD, is a Harvard-trained child psychologist and faculty member at Tufts University who provides expert advice to parents about children and their education. In addition to providing parenting advice, Dr. Macht-Greenberg works with families on improving educational outcomes for their children in both private and public schools with the goal of maximizing a child’s success.
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