Supporting Youth in the Age of Virtual Learning

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Teens can be successful in their studies, even virtually

Michelle Bubnik-Harrison

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Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Noon-1 p.m. EST

Some youth struggle with learning and virtual learning has compounded demands for students and families.  We will review research driven ways to support youth and teens to achieve academic success.  In addition, we will discuss ways for families to thrive in our increasingly virtual world.  

About Michelle Bubnik-Harrison
Michelle Bubnik-Harrison, PhD '16, MA '12, is a clinical psychologist practicing in the Child and Family Therapy (CFT) clinic at Kennedy Krieger Institute in the Baltimore area.  Her work focusing on providing evidence-based interventions to youth, families and young adults.  She also leads the internship training program for the CFT and coordinates the military telehealth behavioral services.