Live Expert Q&A: Dr. Colin King on Your Child's Return to Learning
Thursday, August 27, 2020
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM


Return to Learning

Join us live on August 27, 2020 at 12 p.m. EDT as Dr. Colin King, Director of Child and Youth Development Clinic at Western answers your questions about preparing children for the return to learning this fall. We will explore topics such as:
  • effective ways to stay calm and manage your well-being during an unusual return to learning
  • how to identify signs of stress in children
  • skills and strategies to cope with anxiety during transition in uncertain times
  • what you can do now to ensure the best possible start for learning in September
The registration for this webcast is complimentary. 
Registered participants will be provided login details by email to join the Zoom webinar using a computer or any mobile device. 

Follow @westernualumni on Twitter or Instagram, and watch for your chance to submit questions for our research expert. There will also be an opportunity to ask Dr. King questions during the live broadcast. 

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Dr. Colin King
Director, Child and Youth Development Clinic

Dr. Colin King is an Associate Professor within the Faculty of Education at Western University. Registered as a School and Child Clinical Psychologist. He has trained and worked in a variety of community, hospital, and mental health settings with children and adolescents experiencing learning, behavioural, and social-emotional difficulties. Prior to arriving at Western, Colin worked in private practice and as a Psychologist and Coordinator of Psychological Services in the Thames Valley District School Board.
As Director of the Child and Youth Development Clinic (CYDC) at Western University, Dr. King oversees the interdisciplinary training clinic for graduate students in School and Applied Child Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Work, and Speech and Language Pathology where they provide consultation, assessment, and intervention services for youth in our community.

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