Promoting positive behavior in children during COVID-19 crisis

Many parents are noticing changes in their children’s behavior during the  COVID-19 crisis.

During the short video below, Melanie M. Nelson, Ph.D., a UF Health psychologist and an associate professor of psychology in the UF College of Medicine’s department of psychiatry, discusses how getting back into a routine and spending just five to 10 minutes of focused interaction with children can lead to improvement in behavior.


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Todd Taylor

Assistant Director of Communications, McKnight Brain Institute

Todd Taylor is the assistant director of communications for the McKnight Brain...Read More