Coping During Covid: How to support children and families
Thank you to those who attended this online panel discussion on February 22, 2021. Area experts Dr. Kathleen Webb, PsyD and Deanne Anderson, MS/OT/L presented how to identify strategies to help families coping during Covid.
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- How Covid-19 is impacting you and your families in everyday life?
- How do we deal with Covid fatigue?
- How can we support and validate our children’s stress and anxiety?
- What tools can we use to manage change?
- Why is virtual learning so hard?
Deanne Anderson, MS/OT/L is an occupational therapist and owner of Creative Development, a pediatric therapy center in Avon, CT. Deanne is an adjunct faculty member at Quinnipiac University. Her areas of specialty include neurological dysfunction, visual and cognitive impairment, executive dysfunction and educational advocacy. She believes in a holistic approach among caregivers and clinicians to support and affect change in the skills necessary for everyday living. Learn more at: creativedevelopmentct.com
Dr. Kathleen Webb, PsyD is a psychologist and owner of Greater Hartford Wellness who believes creating clarity for self, for others, and for the world is a key to health and wellness. She utilizes evidenced-based treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy. She has been in private practice since 2010 in the Farmington Valley serving children, families and adults.