Kids, COVID and "Deep Loneliness"

BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL | Three therapists talk about how kids and parents are coping with a second year of school during a pandemic.


Psychotherapist Meg Curtin Rey-Bear guest hosts a roundtable with fellow therapists Maggie Rowe, a clinical social worker and certified child life specialist, and Ingrid Price, a licensed mental health counselor and a child mental health specialist. It’s a tough, wide-ranging, but ultimately hopeful conversation about what kids and parents are going through.

Content warning: includes frank discussions about self-harm and suicidal ideation among young people.

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