Roundtable #3 - Loneliness, Belonging, and the Mental Health Crisis in School-Aged Children - Moderated by Dan Knauss, PsyD, ABPP (Live)
Our discussion will focus on the unique mental health difficulties facing school-aged children within the current socio-political-economic landscape of mental health care. Particular emphasis will be placed on issues related to access to care and equity for minority children and their families, particularly in relation to immigrant communities. Drs. Zayde and Soliman will discuss their work, experience, and ways of thinking about the intersection of these social issues along with experiences of loneliness and belonging in the treatment of school-aged children and their families. A moderated discussion and Q&A will follow.
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- Describe two barriers to care for minoritized, school-aged children.
- Discuss two approaches to clinically addressing concerns of loneliness and belonging in school-aged children.
- Identify one benefit of involving families in the treatment of school-aged children.
- Dan Knauss, PsyD, ABPP, is the director of training and a staff psychologist at the Austen Riggs Center. Dr. Knauss also coordinates the Grand Rounds at Austen Riggs. Dr. Knauss has worked clinically in a variety of settings including private practice, community mental health, university counseling centers, medical centers, and residential treatment settings. Dr. Knauss is an active presenter at national and international conferences and has published in peer-reviewed journals. He currently serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association and is vice-chair of the Austen Riggs Center Institutional Review Board. Dr. Knauss has a passion for education, having taught undergraduate and graduate level psychology courses at private and public universities and has experience providing clinical supervision to psychology graduate students.
- Amanda Zayde, PsyD
- Ingi Soliman, PhD
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- 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
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- 1.50 APA
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