About Anxiety Series
Finding a Therapist:
A Webinar to Help Parents Look For, Find, and Choose a Therapist for Their Child
Recorded on June 21, 2022
Resources mentioned in the webinar:
The UCLA EMPWR Program: Promoting Wellbeing & Resilience in LGBTQ Mental Health
Lab for Scalable Mental Health
Are you looking for a therapist for your child?
This webinar will help caregivers better understand the mental health system in the United States and how to find a therapist for their child. We will review different levels of mental health care, roles mental health professionals play, and where to begin a search for a child therapist. Caregivers will walk away with questions to consider when looking for a therapist, greater awareness about different types of child therapy, and knowledge about what to expect in initial treatment sessions.
- To broadly understand the youth mental health system in the United States
- Understand the different roles of mental health professionals and to identify evidence-based treatments
- To understand what to consider when selecting a child therapist
Who would benefit from attending this webinar?
- Caregivers that have concerns about their child’s mental health
- Caregivers interested in finding a mental health provider for their child
This webinar is for educational purposes only. It is not a replacement for treatment. If you are concerned about your own or your child’s anxiety, please speak with your primary care physician or contact Teenline https://teenlineonline.org/. Find more options for treatment at https://carescenter.ucla.edu/find-a-provider-or-referral/.
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Meet the Presenter
Zabin is a predoctoral psychology intern at the UCLA Semel Institute, in the general track, training with the CARES Center. She received her Masters in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago and will soon graduate with her PhD in clinical child Psychology from the University of Miami. She is interested in researching and finding ways to increase access to mental health care for children.