Supporting the Mental Health and Wellness of Children (And Parents Too!)
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Originally from Washington D.C, Dr. Max Rosen has since spent the past fifteen years at Washington University in St. Louis, matriculating at the undergraduate Arts & Sciences (Classics and Biology majors); School of Medicine; Adult Psychiatry Residency; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship; and most recently, as a clinical instruction in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Clinically, he works mostly with members of the WUSTL family, seeing the dependents of our employees. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, who inform much of today’s presentation!
Most parents are diligent about taking their kids to doctors visits, scheduling teeth cleanings, offering healthy food and helping with homework. Knowing how to take care of a child’s mental health, however, can sometimes be more difficult.
Learn more about how to:
- Respond to your child’s behavior
- Talk about mental health with your child
- Recognize mental health warning signs
- Utilize self-care strategies for parents