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 How To Steer Through Back-To-School-Stress: A Parent’s Guide

Earlier this month, Dr. Mona Potter, our co-founder and Chief Medical Officer, joined other leading pediatric mental health experts in a special 60 minute webinar focused on helping parents identify the signs and triggers of back-to-school stress and anxiety for their children.

 

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Child Mind Institute is the leading independent pediatric mental health non-profit dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health disorders. The Child Mind Institute is a partner in building Fort Health and has designed a proprietary clinical training program for Fort Health clinicians.

Fort Health partners with pediatricians and schools to provide evidence-based therapy and psychiatry for mild to moderate anxiety, depression, ADHD and other common emotional and behavioral disorders.

Watch the video here.

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