Thursday, September 30th, 3pm
Facilitated by Eric Deibler, M.S.Ed., Psy.D
As our children have gone back to the classroom, they continue to cope with the challenges of living with TS and the associated disorders such as anxiety, and the pandemic that lingers into another school year. This presentation will touch on new research about the effects of the pandemic on children and adolescents’ mental health, as well as how to support children with anxiety.
Eric Deibler, M.S.Ed., Psy.D has been a school psychologist for 30 years. Dr. Deibler holds a master’s degree in school psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has worked serving children with mental health needs in a variety of settings and he recently retired from the Burlington County Special Services School District after 19 years there as a psychologist. He is currently a consultant for the Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia (CEH) and he specializes in clinical diagnostic work and therapeutic services for children with severe mental illness.