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Third Thursday Webinar: Challenges of Parenting When Coping With COVID-19 Stressors

  • 16 Apr 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (UTC-04:00)
  • WebEx
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  • If you are a current SCIMHA member, this event is offered at no charge.
  • Individuals who are not members of SCIMHA are encouraged to join. Third Thursday webinars are offered at no charge for members.

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Third Thursday Webinar 

Challenges of Parenting when coping with covid-19 related stressors 

April 16, 2020 12:00pm-1:00

    

Angela Moreland, PhD 

This is a free opportunity for SCIMHA members! 

  • Description: 

  • The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing practices have caused a significant deal of stress and uncertainty for parents, who now may be juggling children at home, homeschooling, and working from home.  This presentation will focus on common stressors parents are facing during the COVID pandemic, ways to handle parenting stress during this time, and other topics related to parenting and COVID-19.  Tipsheets and activities will also be provided that can help parents deal with stress during this time.

Presenter: Angela Moreland, PhD 
Angela is an Assistant Professor at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center (NCVC) at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). She earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Purdue University in 2009 and completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship and post-doctoral research fellowship at the NCVC. Angela’s research interests focus on primary and secondary prevention of child abuse and risk factors for maltreatment among parents of young children (i.e., substance use, teen pregnancy); as well as dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practice for victims of interpersonal violence and their families. Dr. Moreland also examines the link between early victimization and high-risk behaviors, such as substance use and delinquency, among children and adolescents. Currently, her primary projects focus on prevention of maltreatment, as well as other negative consequences, among substance-using and adolescent parents of young children. 

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