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Dr. Biedermann Joins Philanthropy in the New Normal Podcast to Discuss the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Children 

In the Media | 01.27.21

Christina Biedermann, Psy.D., Chicago Campus Assistant Professor of the Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program, was recently interviewed with Dr. Harold Koplewicz, President and Medical Director of the Child Mind Institute, for the “Philanthropy in the New Normal” podcast. Dr. Biedermann talked about the potential long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young children and offered suggestions for parents and educators.

“Children are going to do as well as their parents and their communities help them to do,” Dr. Biedermann said. “I think that how this is all going to turn out is not quite clear because we haven’t yet made decisions as a society about what kinds of safety nets we are going to put in place to help our communities and our families.”

“Philanthropy in the New Normal” is a monthly podcast series produced by Strategic Philanthropy, Ltd. The series explores how philanthropy has been impacted by the events of 2020.

Listen to the “Philanthropy in the New Normal – Episode 4: Covid Kids. How is the Next Generation impacted by the Pandemic‬.

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