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Upcoming Events

Child Mental Health Forum - Matthew Nock, PhD

October 2, 2019

Why do People Hurt Themselves? Using New Technologies to Better Understand, Predict, and Prevent Suicidal Behavior Matthew Nock, PhDEdgar Pierce Professor of Psychology,Harvard University A major and long-standing challenge to understanding self-harm is that because these behaviors are transient in nature and cannot be induced for study in the laboratory for ethical reasons, until very recently, they have never been observed in research studies. Obtaining data on the actual occurrence of a phenomenon is essential for understanding why it occurs but has not previously been done in the case of s...

Social Pragmatics Groups

October 16, 2019

Social Pragmatics Groups are coming to the Center for Effective Child Therapy (CECT) this October! WHO SHOULD ATTEND?Our groups are intended for elementary school-age and middle school-age children who may have trouble reading social cues, navigating difficult social situations, or who might benefit from additional coaching and support with peer interactions. WHEN?The 12-week course is targeted to start on October 16, 2019. The group will run every Wednesday at 4:00. WHERE?Onsite at the Center for Effective Child Therapy (CECT), located at Judge Baker Children’s Center, 53 Parker Hill Avenu...

Hopes & Dreams Gala 2019

October 19, 2019

Please join Event Chairs Julie and Joe Bradley and Daniele and John Serafini on Saturday, October 19th for Judge Baker Children’s Center’s biennial Hopes and Dreams Gala. We look forward to honoring Richard D. Glovsky and celebrating Judge Baker Children’s Center’s commitment to children’s mental health care with a fabulous night of fun and entertainment, and a menu curated by Honorary Chef Gordon Hamersley. Please visit our Hopes and Dreams Gala page for more information on sponsorships,...