UCD’s school of Psychology have organised a free webinar series for parents/teachers or anyone interested in adolescent mental health.  

The three webinar talks will take place on the 5th, 12th and 19th of March from 7-8 pm. We are pleased to announce that we have secured the participation of esteemed speakers, namely, Dr. Ciara Mahon, Professor Eilis Hennessy, and Associate Professor Paul D’Alton, all of whom are experts in adolescent mental health. Their contribution to the event promises to be invaluable, as they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience that will undoubtedly enrich our knowledge in supporting adolescent mental health.

 

We would truly appreciate your help informing parents/teachers about the webinar series.

 

I’ve attached a PDF copy of the poster advertisement with active links in the PDF to register for each event. Alongside this, the following links and schedule for the talks are also provided here as follows:

 

Tuesday, March 5th 7pm-8pm“Body image and eating disorders: What parents need to know.”

Dr. Ciara Mahon, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow & Lecturer of Health Psychology,School of Psychology, University College Dublin

Here is the link to register for this event:

https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cgsbdltZTrmlVj8DUfMbQA

 

Tuesday, March 12th 7pm-8pm“Positive Parenting to Support Adolescent Development.” 

Prof. Eilis Hennessy, a Developmental Psychologist from the School of Psychology University College Dublin.

Here is the link to register for this event:

https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YWw26Z14R8inrl1EmG2zjg

 

 

Tuesday, March 19th 7pm-8pm: “Parenting teenagers when worry and anxiety get in the way of sleep – tips, guidance and supports.” 

Associate Professor Paul D’Alton, Clinical Psychologist, writer and broadcaster from the UCD School of Psychology and formerly Head of Psycho-oncology at St.Vincent’s University Hospital.

Here is the link to register for this event: 

https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bau3fke9Rf2QLeVEJWDuiw

 

 

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