Virginia Beach Behavioral Health, Wellness and Prevention Services unit would like to continue our weekly mental health resources and information series to support children and families by sharing the following FREE trainings from Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters
Get Connected- Webinars for Parents and Professionals
Register at CHKD.org/Classes for login information
May to August Webinars are listed on the attached flyer and on our calendar of events
Webinars and Parent Chats
Coronavirus Concerns? Online Parent Chat
Concerned about your child’s well-being and mental health during the coronavirus pandemic? We can help. Join our mental health and parenting experts on Zoom for a free presentation and Q & A session. Featured speakers include: Dr. Mary Margaret Gleason, CHKD pediatrician and child and adolescent psychiatrist; CHKD mental health director Stephanie Osler, LCSW; and CHKD community outreach coordinator, Michele Tryon, CCLS.
Wednesday, April 15, 5 – 6 p.m.
You’re Online, So are We! Virtual Parent Chat
Ask our CHKD parent educator questions during a 30-minute virtual discussion that starts at noon. Parent Chats provide a space for parents in every age and stage of parenting. Join the webinar from anywhere and ask questions, or listen in. What are some of the challenges and successes you’re encountering in this current climate of uncertainty? You’ll be able to share experiences, gain feedback and support, and connect with others in the on-line conversation.
Tuesday, April 21, 12-12:30 p.m.
Create a foundation of clear expectations and consistent responses that allow your child to develop self-discipline and self-confidence. Respond rather than react to challenging behaviors by understanding what your child needs.
Wednesday, April 22, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Grieving and Growing: Helping Children of All Ages Cope with Change
Understand and respond to children of all ages experiencing loss from life-changing circumstances. Loss and grief related to the COVID -19 crisis, schools closing, sports, music and event cancellations, perhaps the illness of a family member, or social distancing from grandparents, peers or playmates have all impacted the lives of our children. Let’s talk about how we can support them and mindfully manage the uncertainty.
Thursday, April 30, 6:30-7:30 p.m.