February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The COVID pandemic has been very stressful for adolescents. They have had significant disruptions in their routines with remote learning, cancelled sports and activities, and concerns about COVID. Psychiatrist Dr. Karen Swartz, Director of Clinical Programs at the Johns Hopkins Mood Disorder Center, will discuss potential mental health challenges for adolescence during this extraordinary period.
Specifically, Dr. Swartz will discuss mood and anxiety disorders and psychiatric conditions most common among adolescents during the pandemic. She will review the symptoms of these disorders as well as treatment options. She will also discuss positive coping strategies for all adolescents during this difficult time.
This webinar will be targeted to parents and provided free of charge.