Building Resilience During a Pandemic

Building Resilience During a Pandemic
Posted on 08/28/2020
Dr Doug Bolton

Wilmette Public School District 39 is proud to present:

Building Resilience During a Pandemic
Virtual Presentation for the District 39 Community
Wednesday, September 2  • 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Presenter: Doug Bolton, PhD


Parenting children in our complex world has always been difficult and COVID-19 presents us with even more unique challenges. As stressful as this time is for our children, it also gives an important opportunity to teach and model resilience.

In this evening discussion for parents, Dr. Doug Bolton will share current brain and social science research that can help guide us through these challenging times. He will also share parenting strategies that will help build resilience in our children so that they can effectively manage stress now and in the future.

This webinar was recorded and is viewable here. The slide deck from the evening is also available for you to view.

Dr. Doug Bolton has used his degrees in clinical psychology, school psychology, and educational leadership to support students with social, emotional and behavioral challenges in schools since 1987. Dr. Bolton graduated from Bates College in 1986 with a BA in Psychology and Religion. Subsequently, after working in therapeutic schools and residential facilities for three years, he pursued a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Vermont and received his degree in 1995.

Dr. Bolton currently consults with schools to enhance their ability to support their students with mental health issues. 

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