Renee Causay. She received her master's in Community Counseling from DePaul University and is currently in her last year working on her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Neuropsychology.
Today we'll be talking about emotional well being for children doing COVID-19 and share some tips on how families can help their children.
In this episode of Higher Education Advocates Podcast:
04:21 - What is the potential impact of COVID-19 on children's emotional being?
05:05 - COVID-19 has a huge emotional impact on kids.
06:37 - What is the potential impact of COVID-19 on college students?
07:40 - What is Renee's view on virtual learning?
08:33 - How this situation impacts college students economically and emotional well-being?
09:26 - The signs to look for if your child may be depressed and how important that it’s addressed right?
12:15 - How do we help children cope during this time when we can’t take our children to facilities?
12:45 - Transparency is very important, parents or guardians should have honest conversations with their kids about what's going on, right now.
19:25 - What advice can you give to teachers as it pertains to remote learning because it's about staying connected.
20:53 - Letting teachers know that they don't have to do this on their own. They need a strong support system. And that support system can come from parents being actively involved in helping the teacher out.
23:14 - How did Renee keep herself healthy during COVID-19?
26:03 - What people should do, that is necessary for them to survive in this pandemic.
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