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Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
By Lauren K. Ayr-Volta, PhD, and Kelly Maynes, PsyD As we’ve weathered the ups and downs of the pandemic, some parents and pediatric experts have noticed an increase in teen anxiety and depression. If you’re wondering how you’ll know when your teen needs extra help – whether it’s from a counselor or physician, or just more support […]
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Connecticut Children’s pediatric psychologists join the blog with top coping tips for these uncertain times – straight from their families to yours. #1: Stay connected with others. Remember, social distancing equals physical distancing, not emotional. Find ways to stay connected! Our pediatric psychologists are spread across multiple divisions […]
As your family adjusts to the new demands and challenges of life in the coronavirus pandemic, we want to make sure you can turn to reliable resources. To help, Connecticut Children’s Division of Pediatric Psychology has put together this comprehensive list for parents and caregivers. It links to hundreds of resources – from our own pediatric […]
By now, it’s probably sinking in for your child – and you – that coronavirus school closures and social distancing aren’t simply an extended vacation. As we all deal with changes to daily life, it’s important to take stock of what your child actually understands about COVID-19 and recent developments, and how they’re feeling about […]
By Melissa Santos, PhD, Tim LaVigne, PhD, and Michael Reiss, PsyD Parenting teenagers can be hard, especially as they become more independent (or as they like to call it: I can’t wait to live on my own!). Teenage years are also the time when many children first experience mental health struggles. Research from the CDC […]
Christie Uipi, a former patient at Connecticut Children’s, recently launched a video series on YouTube called “Feelings & Stuff,” aimed at teens and adults facing common mental health issues such as fear, depression and anxiety. Christie was diagnosed with Crohn’s in middle school and remained a Connecticut Children’s patient through college. She now lives in […]
After careful preparation, Connecticut Children’s is excited to welcome your child back for many surgeries, procedures and in-person appointments.
As you resume this important face-to-face care, you can count on us to keep your child safe and sound every step of the way. Learn about our enhanced safety program, Safe and Sound.
Call your child’s specialty clinic today to schedule a surgery, procedure or appointment, or to schedule a Video Visit.
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