Bullying: A Medical Perspective | Resilience, Health Effects, and Treatment

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October 23, 2019

11:15am-1:15pm.

Renaissance Westchester Hotel

Harrison

All Ages

FREE

Bullying: A Medical Perspective | Resilience, Health Effects, and Treatment at Renaissance Westchester Hotel

Event description:

A panel of specialists from NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center will present the latest insights and research on the medical impact of bullying. They will discuss: Adverse health effects of bullying beyond mental wellbeing Resiliency and why certain children cope better than others Communication strategies and other therapeutic approaches Dr. Max Gomez of CBS News, one of the most recognized medical correspondents in the country, will moderate the discussion. A lengthy Q&A will follow the presentation. Panelists: Dr. Karen Soren, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Adolescent Medicine Dr. Marina Catallozzi, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Family Health and Vice Chair for Education in the Department of Pediatrics Dr. Dani Dumitriu, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Psychiatry Dr. Jonathan Slater, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Psychiatry Lunch will be served. Please RSVP for this free event.

Address: 80 West Red Oak Lane
Harrison, NY 10604
Phone: 212-784-5716
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