Throughout the year, the clinicians at the Center for Developing Minds host informal and interactive sessions — Child Development Chats — where topics in child behavior, development concerns and parenting questions can be discussed. The chats allow parents, teachers and other clinicians to learn from each other under the facilitation of Dr. Damon Korb, an experienced behavioral and developmental pediatrician, as well as other CDM professionals. Frequently, the chat session will focus on a specific area of interest. Please see the schedule for more details about each topic.
Discussions are held at the Center for Developing Minds. Free of charge. Open to adults only, no children please.
Please note: Due to the coronavirus crisis, any upcoming chat sessions will be held virtually. Please watch for status updates as the online event date approaches. To register, please see details below.
April 21, 2021
“Tips for Managing Teen and Tween Anxiety.”
Moderated by Jennifer Rich, L.M.F.T.
October 20, 2021
“Minimalism Parenting: Focus on What Matters.”
Moderated by Damon Korb, M.D.
May 20, 2021
“From Manager to Consultant: Shifting our parenting style to help our teens launch.”
Moderated by Cassandra Harms, L.M.F.T., and Damon Korb, M.D.
November 16, 2021
“Behavior Management Techniques: Getting Your Child to Cooperate.”
Moderated by Makenzie Wesner, N.P.
September 23, 2021
“Understanding the 504/IEP Process.”
Moderated by Rachel Gilbert, MA, and Makenzie Wesner, N.P.
To register for an upcoming chat, please either contact the clinic directly or complete this form. You will be sent a link, allowing you to connect to the next online session.