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Child Mind Institute 2020 Spring Luncheon

Monday, May 11

Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain World

583 Park Avenue, NYC

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Co-Chairs

Christine Mack | Zibby Owens | Debra G. Perelman | Sara Weiner, PhD

 

Host Committee

Roxanne Bok | Ellen Cohen | Elizabeth Quarta DePaolo | Desiree Gruber | Tania Higgins | Tammy Levine | Julie Minskoff | Heather Ouida | Jil Schaps

 

as of 03/10/2020

Monday, May 11, 2020

583 Park Avenue, NYC

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

Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain World

We all want our children to be successful, happy and healthy. But balancing increasingly high expectations like perfect grades, high test scores and getting into the right college with protecting children’s mental health can feel like a high wire act. So what can we do?

Join us for a conversation with parenting experts Madeline Levine, PhD, and Stephanie Lee, PsyD, who will share practical solutions on how parents can shift the focus from success at any cost to building the skills children need to thrive, like adaptability, resilience and tolerance for failure.

Stephanie A. Lee, PsyD

Senior Director, ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center; Interim Senior Director, Autism Center at the Child Mind Institute

Madeline Levine, PhD

Clinical psychologist and NY Times bestselling author of Ready or Not: Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain World, The Price of Privilege and Teach Your Children Well

Ali Wentworth
(moderator)

Actress, comedian, author, producer and mother

“What we want is for kids to start developing awareness of how others are feeling, and begin using it as a kind of guide for how to behave.”

Dr. Rachel Busman

Questions?

Contact Cristina Pantell at cristina.pantell@childmind.org or 646.625.4417.