Apollo co-founder and inventor, Dr. David Rabin, MD, PhD and Amy Edgar, APRN, CRNP, FNP-C welcome you for a free webinar as they discuss coping strategies for families confronting changes in routine, working from home, remote learning, and a lack of physical and social outlets. They’ll discuss children and stress the stresses of remote learning and how to deal with socialization issues and upcoming transitions.
- Coping strategies for families to deal with the challenges of working from home, changes in routine, remote learning, lack of physical and social outlets, and more
- Changes in schooling, and the socialization impacts
- Amy’s experience founding the Children’s Integrated Center for Success and their state-of-the-art approach to pediatric and family mental health
- Special considerations for children with ADHD, Autism, focus and mood issues, anxiety, depression, and insomnia
- Results and insights from Amy’s pediatrics pilot study with Apollo Neuro as a safe and effective alternative
- Live Q&A with webinar participants
About the speakers
Dr. David Rabin, MD, PhD, a board-certified psychiatrist and neuroscientist, is the co-founder & chief innovation officer at Apollo Neuro, the first scientifically-validated wearable system to improve heart rate variability, focus, relaxation, and sleep by delivering gentle layered vibrations to the skin. In addition to his clinical psychiatry practice, Dr. Rabin is also the co-founder & executive director of The Board of Medicine, and a psychedelic clinical researcher currently evaluating the mechanism of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy in treatment-resistant mental illnesses.
Amy Edgar, APRN, CRNP, FNP-C, is an inspiring nurse practitioner seeking to change healthcare from the inside and embrace the superpowers of our next generation of humans. Weaving the threads of mom, entrepreneur, teacher, nurse, primary care provider, and science geek, she founded the Children’s Integrated Center for Success in 2014. Ignited by her experience raising her now 20-year old daughter, Amy unites systems thinking and integrated care delivery models to create a primary care center focused on children with behavioral health needs. From the latest in genetics research, to nutrition, to occupational therapy and speech, to art and equine therapy, to staffing school advocates and marriage counselors — CICS strives to have the answers their families need to reach every child, every time.