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Parenting During a Pandemic: Providing Your Kids Certainty Amidst Uncertainty

Presented by Sheppard Pratt
Signature Events

Parenting During a Pandemic: Providing Your Kids Certainty Amidst Uncertainty

Presented by Sheppard Pratt

On July 23, Sheppard Pratt licensed clinicians Meagan Herman and Chelsea Hayas-Keller joined Baltimore for a conversation about parenting during a pandemic and the best practices for providing children and parents with certainty amidst uncertainty. They discussed ideas for connecting with your child, healthy ways to help your child cope with disappointment, tips for helping your child manage anxiety, and how to address your own anxiety and stress. To learn more, please view the following video.

If you or a loved one are struggling with the best parental practices during a pandemic, please see the following resources:

Virtual Crisis Walk-In Clinic: Available for urgent online psychiatric triage, Monday through Friday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday 1-4 p.m.

Crisis Walk-In Clinic: Available for urgent in-person psychiatric triage, Monday through Friday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday 1-4 p.m.

Care Finder: Use Sheppard Pratt’s Care Finder to find the program that meets your needs. Search for a word, use the filters, look alphabetically, or search by zip code.

COVID-19 Mental Health Resources: Discover blog posts with mental health tips, DIY activities to do with your kids, open mental health services, and more.


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