Wolper Wellbeing program-Helping teenagers cope with the anxiety and uncertainty of a Covid-19 world
HELPING TEENAGERS COPE WITH THE ANXIETY AND UNCERTAINTY OF A COVID-19 WORLD
WEDNESDAY 19TH AUGUST, 7.30PM • LIVE ON ZOOM
This pandemic is affecting teenagers in unique and unprecedented ways.
In this webinar leading experts will offer practical advice and strategies for parents and carers on how to support their teenagers by discussing resilience, emotional wellbeing and mental health matters.
Part of our series on Mental Health in the time of COVID-19
Moderator Julie McCrossin AM and speakers include:
- Associate Professor Elizabeth Scott – Psychiatrist. Medical Director of Uspace, St Vincent’s Private Hospital; research affiliate at University of Sydney and University of Notre Dame
- Dr Andrew Campbell – Psychologist. Chair of the Cyberpsychology Research Group, University of Sydney
- Dr Aliza Werner-Seidler – Psychologist. Senior Research Fellow, Black Dog Institute, UNSW Medicine
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