Category Community
Date & Time April 30, 2024
Location Online
Type Seminar/Lecture/Session
Format Online

School-age children in America are facing an emerging mental health crisis. What can parents and educators do to protect the wellbeing of children and teens?

In this new series, Christopher Morphew, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Education, hosts a two-part conversation on the current adolescent mental health crisis in America through the dual lenses of public health and education policy with Elise Pas, a research professor in the department of mental health within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Jodi Miller, a postdoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Education.

Part 1: On-demand video – April 30

The first part of the conversation will be an on-demand video focused on defining the scope, scale, and current landscape of this critical issue. A link to the video will be sent to all registrants on April 30.

Part 2: Live Broadcast with Q&A – May 7, 5:30-6:30 p.m. ET

The second portion will address intervention strategies for the parents and educators facing these challenges. This recorded conversation will be broadcast on the Hopkins at Home website and be followed by a live, interactive Q&A with Elise Pas and Jodi Miller.

Questions? Contact Lifelong Learning at the Office of Alumni Relations via email or phone 800-JHU-JHU1.