Due to COVID-19 this event will be rescheduled. Please see free resources from Dr. Kramer at https://www.drrachelkramer.com/covid-19
Join us for a workshop designed to help parents understand the nature of stress and anxiety in childhood. We will review the underlying causes of anxiety and how to differentiate between developmentally typical worries and clinically significant anxiety. The workshop will address how parents can support the development of adaptive coping strategies and how to strengthen children’s resilience and optimism, with a focus on tips and tools to implement at home.
Dr. Kramer is a pediatric psychologist who has been in private practice in Concord since 1996. She offers a variety of services for preschoolers, children, adolescents, and their families including psychotherapy - with a focus on cognitive behavior therapy (CBT); consultation; and parent coaching, training and education. Dr. Kramer enjoys consulting with families and coaching parents regarding how to best support children's growth and development. She has taught many parenting seminars for local schools and community groups.
Dr. Kramer received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from New York University. As an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania she earned a B.A. in Psychology from the College of Arts and Sciences and a B.S.Econ from the Wharton School. Dr. Kramer is the mother of three children.
146 Maple St, Lexington MA, 02421
LexSEPAC and LexSEPTA encompasses both the Parent Advisory Council for children with special needs in Lexington, MA and Lexington’s special education PTA.