Past Events

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May 5, 2022, 6PM EST
With your support, both in-person and virtually, we raised over $210,00 to support children's mental health! Your generosity helps children and families make their hopes and dreams a reality.
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March 2, 2022, 10AM - 11:15AM EST
The Shaping of Our Children's Brains: Population Neuroscience in the Generation R and Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Longitudinal Studies Henning Tiemeier, MD, PhD Professor of Social and Behavioral Science, Sumner and Esther Feldberg Chair of Maternal and Child Health Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health Summary
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February 2, 2022, 10AM - 11:15AM EST
ADHD is a 24-hour disorder. Nighttime difficulties associated with ADHD include delayed circadian rhythm (going to sleep too late) and night to night variability in sleep patterns. Difficulties with sleep further exacerbate problems with attention and impulse control. ADHD is a disorder of self-regulation that also makes it more difficult to entrain a regular sleep rhythm. This webinar will review how families and individuals with ADHD can improve this vicious cycle and in obtaining a good night's sleep improve their well-being during the day as well.
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January 19, 2022, 10AM - 11:15AM EST
In his talk, Dr. Lewis-Fernández will review key areas in need of research on cultural and ethnoracial disparities in mental health conditions and services. The first priority area is risk, focusing on the role of intersecting community and person-level factors, societal structure, and subjective appraisal in the development and persistence of mental health disparities.
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December 1, 2021, 10AM - 11:15AM EST
Announced on our day of birth or even months before, our sex and assumed gender affects our lives in countless ways. In this talk, I describe the lives of youth who, beginning early in development feel discomfort or altogether reject that initial categorization made at their births. Focusing primarily on transgender youth who have socially transitioned -- changing clothing, hairstyle, pronouns, and names – I’ll describe their early gender development.
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