COVID-19 and Its Impact on Mental Health: A Time for Acceptance, Empathy and Coping

Clinical psychologist Dr. Michael Mazius presents important ways we can sharpen coping skills for ourselves and our children with an emphasis on the art and science of acceptance, empathy and positive psychology.

About Ed Talks

MJDS began its series of ED Talks in February 2015. Inspired by the wildly popular TED Talk format, MJDS ED Talks feature speakers who are on the forefront of education.

The purpose of MJDS ED Talks is to build a learning community of parents and educators in the region to gain a better understanding on how and why education is changing around the world. MJDS ED Talks also provide an opportunity to demonstrate how MJDS is on the cutting edge of 21st century teaching and learning.

MJDS ED Talks are free and open to the public.

Questions about attending? Contact MJDS Marketing Director Dana Hartenstein.

About Michael A. Mazius

Dr. Mazius is a clinical psychologist with a deep interest in neuroscience, academic underachievement, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), child rearing (parenting), social skills and family and marital relationships. He directs the North Shore Center, a multi-speciality behavioral health clinic and education center in Mequon and Brookfield.

Dr. Mazius received his Ph.D. in psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1990. He is an adjunct faculty member of the Psychology department at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, speaks frequently to pediatric groups and at teacher/parent meetings and is a periodic contributor to MetroParent magazine.