Fall School - Coping with potential Mental Health Impacts on Teens
With the upcoming fall changes to our school format, parents and educators are facing important decisions.
Teachers are scrambling to adapt content for an online or hybrid platform and parents are juggling work responsibilities with caring for and educating their children. Students themselves are faced with continued social restrictions, concerns about learning and grades, anxiety about the virus, and uncertainty about the future.
In so many ways, the current situation is unprecedented for most people today and no one knows yet the potential mental health impacts on our teens.
We have assembled a panel regional mental health providers who bring a wealth of experience and knowledge from working with teens and families. They will discuss how to care for your own concerns and anxiety about the upcoming school year, as well as how to help your teen prepare and adjust to the continuing changes and uncertainty.
Rachel Bailey, M.A., CPDPE
Cameron (Dr. Cam) Caswell, PhD
Denisha Johnson, LCSW
Visit our website for more more information on our guest panelists -
This panel is not designed to discuss any school districts' specific academic plans, but rather how to help your family cope with these ongoing changes.