Making Successful School Transitions for Tweens and Teens - Webinar

NYU Child Study Center

A new school year can be an exciting and challenging time for many children and teens as they transition between schools.  These transitions can be especially challenging for those with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders. Richard Gallagher, PhD, the co-creator of our Organizational Skills Training programs, discusses ways to prepare children and teens for the move from elementary school to middle school and from middle school to high school.

Presenter: Richard Gallagher, PhD

A free 30-minute webinar for parents and caregivers from the Child Study Center, part of Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone. 
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Duration: 30 minutes

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NYU Langone Health’s Child Study Center was founded in 1997 to improve the treatment of child psychiatric disorders through scientific practice, research, and education, and to eliminate the stigma of being or having a child with a psychiatric disorder. We have made major strides towards fulfilling this mission: our research, clinical, educational, and community services have expanded and grown in new directions. In the face of increased threats to our security and safety, our work has highlighted the importance of strengthening resilience in all children as a preventive strategy to enhance and protect their psychological well-being.Although our efforts are making a difference, significant challenges remain. Research shows that over 75 percent of mental health disorders have their roots in the childhood and adolescent years, though fewer than one quarter of children or adolescents needing services receive treatment. Millions of children are never properly diagnosed or treated. In the coming year, we will continue to work for increased awareness of child mental health issues, new knowledge, new treatments, and better care to help give children back their childhood.

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