We were grateful to have Dr. Nicole Racine present For Our Kids' first online session, March 27, 2020!
Dr. Racine is a child psychologist and research fellow at the University of Calgary. Her research examines how child adversity influences health and well-being and what promotes resilience after adverse experiences. In her clinic practice, she works with children, youth, and their families to promote mental health and well-being. She currently lives in Calgary, AB with her partner and young toddler, where she enjoys taking in the mountain air whenever she can.
In Coping and Well-Being in Unpredictable Times, Nicole led us through common stress responses in children as result of COVID-19 and how to promote coping and resilience for children and parents during this time. Through her presentation and her answers to questions from participants, she provided resources on reducing stress and promoting mental well-bring during social-distancing and home isolation as a result of COVID-19.
If you missed it, or would like to review Dr. Nicole Racine's presentation, the recorded version is available below.