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A Panel Discussion on the Impact of COVID-19 on School and Career Counseling Webinar

Jun 24 2020 - 2:00pm

This panel featured a conversation between Dr. Germán Cadenas, assistant professor at Lehigh’s Counseling Psychology program, Delia Heneghan, Director of Education - India at SannamS4, Bhavvna Jolly, Senior Progam Officer for EducationUSA, United States-India Educational Foundation, Shikha Vij, Career & College Counsellor at Step by Step School, Noida and Sameer Arora - Vice Principal at Legacy School, Bangalore.

Counselor gives hands-on exercises to build kids’ emotional health

May 11 2020 - 2:15pm

Dr. George DuPaul, a child psychologist affiliated with the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and the American Psychology Association Interdivisional Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education, agrees that finding creative ways to engage students can be effective in uncovering underlying issues.

Students' mental health will be affected by coronavirus. Are schools ready?

May 5 2020 - 8:15am

The 30 million children currently out of a traditional educational environment will hopefully return to classrooms in the fall. So the question lingers: Are schools ready for the mental health issues that may accompany them? There are two main challenges for practitioners: how they can address students' needs now, and how they can prepare for new mental health concerns come September. "When students return to school, daily life and classes will be far from normal," says George DuPaul, professor of school psychology.

Dr. Susan Woodhouse

Associate Professor, Training Director, Community Voices Clinic Director
Phone: 
610-758-3269
Office: 
Room A225
Focus Areas
Addressing Mental Health and Health Inequities
Attachment
Atypical Functioning and Development
Communities and Families
Developmental Psychopathology
Emotional Functioning
Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
Home Visiting Interventions
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Mental Health
Neighborhoods and Communities
Parenting
Prevention
Psychotherapy/intervention Process and Outcome
Psychophysiology of Stress and Regulation
School Psychology and Counseling
Social and Emotional Development
Stress and Adversity

Dr. Patricia H. Manz

Professor, Associate Chair of Education and Human Services Department
Phone: 
610-758-5656
Fax: 
610-758-6223
Office: 
Room A309
Focus Areas
Communities and Families
Cultural Validity in Intervention/Assessment
Data Informed Decision Making
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Equity and Justice
Home Visiting Interventions
Language Development
Literacy
Parenting
Poverty and Children
Psychometrics
School Psychology and Counseling