Pandemic Parenting: 5 Ways to Support Your Child During Remote Learning

A 1 Hour Webinar to address your child's emotional needs as school resumes

Pandemic Parenting: 5 Ways to Support Your Child During Remote Learning
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Webinar via Zoom, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, New York, NY

Intended For

Parents of school-age children


Free Recorded webinar - Available to anyone who registers


Recording of a one hour webinar to address how to prepare your child (and yourself!) for another round of remote learning this fall. The uncertainty and novelty of this transition can feel overwhelming. So, how can you set your child up for success this fall?  We will discuss concrete ways to manage the challenges of remote learning in your household. We hope you will end the webinar feeling more confident in how to:

  • Manage your child’s emotions or behaviors that may arise from extended time at home
  • Manage your own stress and parental expectations
  • Maintain effective communication with your child’s school and teacher
  • Provide support for students in special education
  • Maintain social support (and sanity) for your child and family


FREE.  Registrants will receive a link to a recording of the webinar to view at your convenience. Webinar recorded on September 10, 2020.


  • Chelsey Barrios Foster, PhD

    Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellow

    Washington, D.C. & Northern Virginia

  • Talya Kook , PsyD

    Psychologist & Child/Adolescent Program Director

    New York, N.Y.

  • Christina Tripodi Mitchell, PsyD, NCSP

    Psychologist, Director of Psychological Testing and Evaluation

    Washington, D.C. & Northern Virginia

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