Gene Beresin, MD, co-director of the Center for Mental Health and Media and medical director of the MGH Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic, shares advice on how to talk to children and teenagers after a national tragedy.
Below is an excerpt, here is the full article.
Today a horrible school shooting killed a number of young children in an elementary school in Newtown, CT. . . . → Read More: How Can Parents Help Children After a National Tragedy?
Recently I attended a blogger lunch at Massachusetts General Hospital – that’s Mass General or MGH to you locals, or just the General. It was a nice lunch to introduce local bloggers to the work the people at MGH for Children are doing. Fantastic work. Three wonderfully engaging, knowledgeable and enthusiastic doctors took time to speak to us about their specialties and we even got . . . → Read More: Massachusetts General Hospital for Children
Not only a Blogher Newbie, but a blogging conference newbie and I have a feeling that this conference is so large that even if I had previous experience, it wouldn’t matter. I am very lucky to have landed in a group of generous, sharing bloggers in the Boston Parent Bloggers. This incredibly supportive group is kind and helps with anything from favorite plug-ins to how to manage the behemoth that is Blogher ’12… . . . → Read More: I am a Blogher Newbie
It’s true. We are way into Glee. This hasn’t happened since…um, Gray’s Anatomy and that was only me – everyone else called it that medical show that Mommy likes. I have always watched television programs with my children (you are supposed to, you know). Yes, from Barney (shudder) to Sesame Street (yay!) and Arthur. I do draw the line a a full episode of the . . . → Read More: We’re Gleeks