Watch Dr. Liz’s Presentations, Webinars and TV
Anxiety Tid Bit Vlog with Dr. Liz
State of Our Schools with Kristine Behr of News 12 NJ: Virtual Learning and Parenting
"The New Normal" with Elizabeth Hashagen of News 12 LI and Brooke Leighton, Disability Activitst: COVID-19 Parent Burnout
The New Normal with Elizabeth Hashagen of News 12 LI: Adjusting to Virtual Learning
State of Our Schools Panel Discussion with Keane Walt, News 12
Maintaining Family Mental Health During Back-To-School 2020 with Mike Porath, Dr. Liz Matheis, & Dr. Stephanie Lee
Dr. Liz with The State of Our Schools hosted by Rich Barabbi of News 12 Long Island
Conscious Parenting: Staying Sane Through COVID-19 Summer
Helping Children Thrive Academically & Emotionally During COVID-19
Mom’s Minute with Marisa Brahney on News 12
Topic: Back to School Anxiety
Section 1: Signs and Symptoms
Segment 2: Parent Solutions & Strategies
Parenting a Child with Special Needs Roundtable Webinar
Raising a child with complex medical, developmental and mental health needs can be a nerve-wracking experience. Join our panel of four parents as they discuss the skills and mindsets they’ve developed to manage this extreme environment.
This webinar will consist of a 1-hour discussion, where webinar attendees will be welcome to ask topic-related questions live.
DR. LIZ ON "THE CROMARTIES", SEASON 2, USA NETWORK
EPISODES 1, 2, 4, 10
Sneak Peek Video - The Cromarties, Season 2
"Raising Kids with Grit" Parent Presentation
at Mendham Borough Elementary School
What is Grit, why do kids need it, and how can you as a parent foster it?
Every parent wants to raise a child who is tough, confident, and well-adjusted. When our kids don’t have that resilience, each day is overwhelming and daily tasks are anxiety-provoking. Let’s work together on raising our children with resilience to learn, play, and conquer life’s small and big challenges!
Raising Kids with Grit #1
Raising Kids with Grit #2
Raising Kids with Grit #3
Autism Live: What are my School Options for my Child with Autism?
Every child with special needs is entitled to a free and appropriate education. Every child on the autistic spectrum has a unique profile, with unique needs.
So what variables should be considered by you, the parent, and the school in making a decision about the program, accommodations, and related services that your child needs? Watch “Let’s Talk Autism” with Nancy and Shannon where we discussed the different options that are available for your child.