Framing Re-Entry for Our Youth: Supporting Our Kids’ Transition Back to ‘Normal’

with Ramsey Khasho, PsyD

Framing Re-Entry for Our Youth: Supporting Our Kids’ Transition Back to ‘Normal’

Episode 28, Season 1 | April 22, 2021

Show Notes

Feeling anxious about coming out from behind your computer screen? You are not alone. According to the APA, nearly 50% of Americans say they feel anxious about getting back to ‘normal’ post-pandemic, enough for psychologists to coin the phrase "re-entry anxiety." Given that we haven’t interacted in-person without some degree of fear or uncertainty in over a year, the feeling is understandable. So how do we manage our anxiety and emerge from our COVID cocoons with confidence and compassion? Tune into this podcast episode, featuring an in-depth conversation with licensed clinical psychologist and CHC’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Ramsey Khasho, whose wise words as a clinician and father of three are sure to facilitate your family’s transition back into the world.

Guest Info
Ramsey Khasho headshot

Dr. Khasho has over 20 years’ experience evaluating and treating children, teens and families. He specializes in pediatric anxiety and depression, ADHD, ASD, forensic assessment and family therapy. Dr. Khasho is a court-appointed expert for the State of California, and has provided testimony about the psychological evaluations of children and adolescents. He has over 10 years of non-profit executive management experience and is actively involved in the supervision and training of graduate students.