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Who you are hearing from Elizabeth Cutrell, D.O. Dr. Cutrell is a board certified pediatrician who practices at the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. She discusses how a pediatrician can connect families to resources to help the affected child whether…
Most Important Work – Talking with Kids about Addiction in the Family-How Fred Rogers’ Legacy Can Guide Us.
As the Director of Simple Interactions and Academic Programs for the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, Dana Winters seeks to apply and advance the legacy of Fred Rogers in serving children and their helpers.
Ms. Maureen Ceidro is a bereavement counselor with over 25 years of experience in the field of grief. She has her master’s degree in theology from Saint Vincent Seminary and is a founder of a family-based grief support program that utilizes various modalities such as art therapy, music and pets to help children from ages 5 to 19 cope with their sadness due the death of a loved one.
Dr. Daley is a professor of psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and has been involved in clinical teaching and supervising psychiatric residents and addiction fellows for over 30 years. Dr. Daley served as the Senior Clinical Director of Substance Use Services in the Behavioral Health Integration Division at the UPMC Health Plan.
Dr. Kerr recently completed 42 years in public education, including his 25th year as a superintendent of schools and retiring after nine years as Superintendent of Schools for the Norwin School District
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