About this Event
Juggling work, virtual learning, and your own sanity; Join for a discussion of life and survival strategies during the pandemic.
Parents across the country are faced with uncertainty about the upcoming school year. Some schools are offering choices about schedules and remote versus in person learning, while some schools remain committed to one option. Furthermore, support for parents from public schools varies widely school to school, district to district, and state to state. Common in all of these wildly different scenarios is the anxiety, stress, and uncertainty of continued online learning, as many of us try to maintain our businesses, and care for ourselves and our families.
We welcome you to join this edition of Workshop Wednesday to:
- Gain some guidance and find support for living this virtual life that is continuing through the upcoming year
- Get tips for coping strategies you won’t find on a pinterest board or Instagram feed
- Speak with Licensed Psychologists about specific challenges you are facing: the emotional needs of children of all ages and the impact that stressful life events has on individual and family functioning
- Learn how to manage age- and ability-appropriate expectations
- Master what it really means to set boundaries.
There will be a brief introduction and most of the time will be spent in a Q & A format to address specific concerns around keeping your kids engaged while learning, and keeping yourself sane. We WON’T tell you to stick to a schedule, get some exercise, or pick up a hobby, or anything else you can find in an instagram meme.
Our speakers would like to get a sense of who will be attending this workshop and what specific thoughts, questions, or areas our attendees would like addressed during this workshop. To that end, you will be asked a few questions during the registration process. Questions are optional but all your inputs are valuable!
This event is FREE for NAWBO NYC members – be sure to use your discount code.
About our Speakers
Tiffany L Frank, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a private practice in Queens, NY. She attended Tufts University and graduated with a Bachelors in Science in Child Development and Psychology. She received her doctoral degree from Adelphi University in Garden City, NY. Tiffany has worked in various settings throughout her career, such as the Tufts Day Care Center, The Lodge School for Emotionally Disturbed Children, Mt. Sinai’s Child and Family Support Program, Holliswood Psychiatric Hospital, Adelphi University’s Center for Psychological Services, South Nassau Communities Hospital, The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, and served as an Adjunct Professor at SUNY Old Westbury. In her private practice she focuses on her local community. This includes psychotherapy with children and adults of all ages. She tackles various issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, grief, behavior challenges, self-esteem worries and adjustment to various life stages.
Yesenia Camacho, Psy.D. is a bilingual English and Spanish speaking Licensed Clinical Psychologist who provides psychotherapy services at a nursing home/rehabilitation center and has a private practice in Queens, NY. She obtained her B.S. and M.S. degrees, both in Psychology, from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. She also received her doctorate degree in School and Clinical Psychology from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University in Bronx, NY. Yesenia has extensive experience working with individuals and families from ethnically, culturally, and linguistically diverse backgrounds in educational, mental health, and hospital settings. As a staff psychologist in a nursing home/rehabilitation facility, she has been working alongside healthcare professionals, serving individuals who are navigating complex medical presentations, stage of life transitions, or receiving short-term rehabilitation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In her private practice, Yesenia primarily serves children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety, depression, or ADHD. She also works with individuals and families who are experiencing adjustment issues, acculturation issues, parent-child relational difficulties, or recovering from trauma.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm