Join us for Ackerman’s new free webinar series for parents and caregivers. Created by family therapy experts, these webinars are designed to help parents and caregivers to support their child’s mental health across a diverse range of subjects. Webinars are free to attend and will be held online via Zoom.
As we contemplate the end of this long pandemic year, many parents are left wondering how to help their children with the many transitions that we are facing. How do we help kids overcome anxiety about returning to school full time, how to do we help them with social anxiety that may have emerged from many months of isolation, how do we intervene to wean kids off excessive use of screens that may have developed as a result of the pandemic lockdown? Adolescent and “tween” kids need our guidance and also our loving support as they navigate these and other challenges. In this workshop we will discuss specific strategies parents can use to help their teenaged children readjust to our ever changing world.
Michael Davidovits, PhD, LCSW, is a teaching faculty member at the Ackerman Institute. He is also lecturer in the Narrative Medicine Program at Columbia University, and a clinical supervisor in the Family Medicine Residency Program at the Columbia University School of Medicine. Dr. Davidovits regularly offers trainings and workshops on conducting family therapy with adolescents and as well as the on the use of narrative medicine interventions in primary care settings. He maintains a psychotherapy practice in Manhattan.
- June 29, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Michael Davidovits, PhD, LCSW
Location: Online Event
A link will be emailed to you one day before the event. Online events are held in Eastern Standard Time (EST).