Louisiana Children’s Museum Hosts Online Chat About Mental Health

NEW ORLEANS – From the Louisiana Children’s Museum:

The Louisiana Children’s Museum presents the In Dialogue video call series that demystifies mental health topics for caregivers and their children. It is a joint effort from Louisiana Children’s Museum and Tulane Institute of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. This series is designed for adults, as the topics are meant to support a caregiver’s connection to their child.

“Mental health is a pressing topic right now,” says LCM CEO Julia Bland. “We feel compelled to continue delivering our mission through this time, and In Dialogue really addresses the needs of the families of New Orleans that we feel so connected to. Partnering with Tulane Institute of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health is the perfect way to support parents, grandparents, and caregivers.”

Upcoming topics include talking to your child about COVID-19, positive parenting strategies, tips to support learning at home, and more.

  • What: In Dialogue video call series from LCM and Tulane
  • When: Thursdays at 1:30 pm
  • Limit: 300 participants
  • Sessions are recorded and shared on the LCM YouTube channel
  • Free, and open to the public

Anyone may join the In Dialogue Zoom Meeting using these details:

To learn more about Louisiana Children’s Museum visit lcm.org or subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Email amarquis@lcm.org with questions about In Dialogue or the Louisiana Children’s Museum. 


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