Thursday, June 4, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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Leah Parker-Moldover 
SPARK Kindness, Inc. 

Please note, we regret that we are unable to provide ASL services for this program at this time and may not be able to provide a full recording. This program will include participant questions and concerns and we may not be able to share video and/or transcript of this program. If you are interested in follow up resources around this topic, please email Leah Parker-Moldover at lparkermoldover@sparkkindness.org and we will share any specific follow up that becomes available.


Don't Worry Alone:
a SPARK Kindness Online Conversation 

Thursday, June 4 at 7pm on Zoom!

For parents/caregivers of teens and young adults

This is a truly challenging time as parents and teens process all of the stress, injustice, fear and uncertainty of current events. Let's stay interconnected and support one another. This is an online Zoom conversation co-facilitated by Dr. Richard Kadison, psychiatrist and member of SPARK Kindness' Advisory Board and Leah Parker-Moldover, parent of teens and member of the SPARK staff. The goal of "Don't Worry Alone" is for us to connect and learn from each other. 


How are parents and caregivers supporting teens and adolescents during this tumultuous time in their lives? With the anxiety, uncertainty and sadness regarding cancelled and postponed plans due to COVID-19? And the anger, tragedy and injustice regarding current events of racism in our country? Let's learn from each other!


  • Share your successes!  What has worked for you? What new rituals, coping strategies and communication tools have you found effective?
  • Learn about new resources and tools! Share how you are practicing self-care and self-compassion and learn about recommended strategies and resources from Dr. Kadison to support your teen/young adult (and yourself) during this time.

In short, "Don't Worry Alone!" and register below! 

Dr. Richard Kadison is a Psychiatrist and the former chief of the Mental Health Service at Harvard Health Services and author of College of the Overwhelmed: the campus mental health crisis and what to do about it.  Dr. Kadison serves on the Active Minds National Student Advisory Committee. He also serves as a member of the SPARK Kindness Advisory Board. 

Leah Parker-Moldover
is the Operations Assistant of SPARK Kindness. Leah is the mother of 4 children, including 3 teenagers! Leah is also the Program Coordinator of Natick SEPAC (Special Education Parents Advisory Council). Prior to leaving the workforce to focus on raising her family, Leah worked at a number of colleges and universities in residence life.

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