Stevenson High School's Catalyst Club and Stand Strong Coalition host Fall 'Not My Kid?!' virtual event Sept. 16

  • Join us Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. for a virtual presentation by Dr. Jess Shatkin of New York University. This event is co-sponsored by Stevenson High School's substance abuse club, Catalyst, and Stand Strong Coalition.

    Join us Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. for a virtual presentation by Dr. Jess Shatkin of New York University. This event is co-sponsored by Stevenson High School's substance abuse club, Catalyst, and Stand Strong Coalition.

 
Lauren Hansen
Updated 9/14/2020 2:21 PM

Stevenson High School's substance abuse club, Catalyst, and Stand Strong Coalition are honored to invite you to this year's annual "Not My Kid?!" fall event, Born to be Wild: Why Teens Take Risks and How We Can Help Keep Them Safe. Join us for a virtual presentation on Wednesday, September 16 at 7 p.m.

Dr. Jess P. Shatkin, MD, MPH, leads the educational efforts of the NYU Child Study Center, where he is Vice Chair for Education and Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the NYU School of Medicine. In addition to directing one of the largest training programs in the country in child and adolescent psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine & Bellevue Hospital Center, Dr. Shatkin is the founder and director of nation's largest undergraduate child development program, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies (CAMS) at NYU. His major clinical interests are mood and anxiety disorders, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, disruptive behavior disorders, and sleep. A consummate physician who cares for patients each day, Dr. Shatkin is one of the country's foremost voices in child and adolescent mental health.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

To register for this event, please visit notmykid2020.eventbrite.com

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