Dr Sarah Watson on parenting in the pandemic
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It's been hard for kids to feel motivated during the pandemic, and it's been hard on families as well, especially with people trying to do so many different things in shared spaces. But there are also ways to build better family relationships during Covid-19. Dr. Sarah Watson is the Clinic Director and a registered Child & Adolescent Clinical Psychologist at Totally Psyched. She joins the show to answer your questions and share some tips on parenting in the pandemic. Text 2101 or email [email protected] with your questions for Dr Watson.
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