Changes in routine, the weight of uncertainty, worry for loved ones and significant losses are affecting us all—even our children. This webinar is designed to empower parents and caregivers to better understand how stress presents itself in children and adolescents and how we can best support the emotional well-being of the ones God has entrusted into our care. We will discuss how the brain works under stress, behaviors that indicate stress in children and adolescents, and practical steps you can take to support your child through high-stress situations.
This free webinar will be presented by Ms. Meghan Krouse, licensed clinical social worker and faculty member in the School of Social Work. You can sign up for the webinar below.
About Meghan Krouse, LCSW
Meghan Krouse is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has spent the last 15 years working—in both direct practice and as a supervisor—in mental health agencies, specifically with children and families. Meghan has also partnered with several area schools, providing educators with professional development training in her areas including: sensory enrichment in the classroom, emotional regulation to promote learning, and working with students with anxiety-based school refusal.