Child Mind Institute 2019 Fall Luncheon

Monday, September 16


Children Under Pressure: How to Nurture Healthy Kids in a Competitive World


Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley
2050 University Avenue
East Palo Alto

Trains 10 mental health professionals to provide evidence-based treatment to children suffering because of traumatic experiences


Subsidizes transportation costs for 5 families in our Financial Aid Program who must travel to receive intensive care at the Child Mind Institute


Sponsors targeted behavioral interventions for 6 children who need individual support in school to build critical social-emotional skills


Covers the cost of a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation for one child, giving a family a clear roadmap for care


Creates 185 stress relief kits for children in under-resourced schools to practice relaxation and mindfulness


Provides a course of training for 30 teachers to give them strategies to support students’ mental health needs in the classroom


Monday, September 16

Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley
2050 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, California

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


Tanith Carey

National newspaper journalist, writer on parenting and society and author of Taming the Tiger Parent: How to Put Your Child’s Well-being First in a Competitive World

Mark Reinecke, PhD, ABPP

Clinical director of the Child Mind Institute in the San Francisco Bay Area and author of Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On: Twenty Lessons for Managing Worry, Anxiety, and Fear

Elizabeth Vargas

Emmy Award-winning journalist who most recently co-hosted the news magazine show 20/20 and author of Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction

Host Committee:

Megan and Harris Barton | Cori and Tony Bates | Devon Briger | Lisa Domenico Brooke | Suzanne and J.T. Crandall | Abby Durban | Liz Laffont | Karen and Ronnie Lott | Andrea McTamaney | Linnea Roberts | Allison and Dan Rose | Jennifer Sills | Dianne Taube | Angelique Wilson | Abby Winkelried

As of 08/12/19


Contact Emily Starrette at or 646.646.625