Child Mind Institute Fall Luncheon

Please join us Thursday, September 22 for the Child Mind Institute Fall Luncheon featuring a panel discussion on Anxious Children, Anxious Adults: Why Early Treatment Matters.

12:00pm: Reception
12:30pm: Lunch and Panel Discussion

For more information contact Emily Starrette at 646.625.4343 or email

Past Event

Thursday, September 22, 2016

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

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Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley

2050 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, California


Scott Stossel

Editor of the Atlantic and author of the New York Times bestseller My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind

Jerry Bubrick, PhD
Jerry Bubrick, PhD

Senior Clinical Psychologist, Anxiety Disorders Center

Child Mind Institute

Event Description

If depression came to the fore in the 1990s, it is anxiety that defines the emotional and cultural landscape of the 21st century. Anxiety disorders affect 32 percent of the more than 17 million children struggling with mental health disorders, making them the most common mental health disorders of childhood and adolescence. As we learn more about the effects of stress and how anxiety sets the stage for later social and emotional problems, it becomes clearer what we have to do: provide treatment to children with anxiety disorders, ideally before they become anxious adults.

Host Committee:
Cori and Tony Bates
Agapi and Bruce Burkard
Stacy Drazan
Abby Durban
Eve and Ross Jaffe
Linnea Roberts
Allison and Dan Rose
Annie Ulevitch
Amy Yang