Helping Kids (and Yourself!) Cope with Coronavirus

With schools closed and many people working remotely, parents and caregivers across the country are anxious about how to protect and nurture kids through the fear, change and uncertainty of the current health crisis while managing their own stress. Join us as Dr. Roshni Koli, Medical Director for Pediatric Mental Health at Dell Children's Medical Center, shares tips on how to help kids (and ourselves) through this challenging time.

Mind Matters at Home, presented by Ascension Seton, brings mental health experts and advocates straight into your home to share valuable information and tools for deepening our community’s understanding and managing of mental health during the challenging situation caused by the coronavirus.


Roshni Koli, MD

Medical Director for Pediatric Mental Health at Dell Children's Medical Center

Dr. Roshni Koli is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and the Medical Director for Pediatric Mental Health Services for Dell Children's Medical Center and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Dell Medical School. Dr. Koli developed an interest in caring for children at an early age and pursued her undergraduate degree in Nutrition Sciences at the University of California at Davis with a goal of recognizing the importance of nutrition in the overall health and well- being of children. She went on to medical school at St. George's University where she developed a particular interest in caring for the emotional and psychological well- being of children and adults. She recently moved to Austin and is grateful to be part of the wonderful team at Dell Children’s Medical Center and Dell Medical School. She is passionate about collaborating with primary care physicians to improve access to mental health care for children and families.

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