B*Well Upcoming Events

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Hallways Webinar:  Thursday May 7 @ 7-8pm

Finding Calm in the Chaos : Managing Your Emotions in the Face of the Pandemic

Tips for Parents and Families  Bronxville Parenting Presentation with Dr. Alec Miller

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/99923517346?pwd=Tml3QXNmc0Q4d1RxTzhwL0d6QU5aQT09

Meeting ID: 999 2351 7346

Password: 114164


We kindly ask that you keep yourselves muted throughout the presentation.  When you enter the meeting you will automatically be muted.


  • The goals of this presentation are to help provide skills and tips for parents to:
    — Effectively manage their own emotions during COVID-19.

  • — Balance work/school environments while at home

  • — Teach coping strategies to use during quarantine with yourselves and your kids 


Dr. Alec Miller’s Bio​:

Dr. Alec Miller is a clinical psychologist, teacher, researcher, author, and disseminator of evidence-based therapies to clinical settings, schools, and companies. He is Co-Founder and Clinical Director of Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants (CBC) which is a large group practice and training center based in White Plains and New York City, NY. He is also Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY. Since 1995, Dr. Miller has conducted clinical research and published over 100 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, as well as four books including: DBT with Suicidal Adolescents; DBT Skills Manual for Adolescents; and DBT Skills in Schools (DBT STEPS-A). Dr. Miller and his CBC colleagues have trained over 80 schools in DBT in the United States and he enjoys consulting to school administrators, and parents.

Hallways Resources:  5/3 Added Resources 

Carve out time for self-reflection with our Self-Awareness
& Self-Management Inventory
tool from today's session. 

Check out the 5 types of coping and identify strategies in each bucket that work for you. 

Why You Should Ignore All That Coronavirus-Inspired Productivity Pressure

Harvard Health: Coping with Coronavirus - Dealing with daily stress, anxiety & a range of other emotions


All parents are invited to participate in the following three webinars hosted by Hallways, which will be exclusive content for Bronxville parents and address the specific issues our community is facing currently.  We know how disorienting the last several weeks have been, and our individual and collective realities continue to evolve by the minute. And yet, we can (and must!) still take time to breathe, to manage anxiety, to care for ourselves, our relationships and our communities.


Hallways is a NYC-based organization which offers programming for school communities grounded in evidence-based practices and the latest research on effective prevention, social and emotional health.

Parent gatherings will take place on the following days and times and cover these three topic areas:

  • April 21 from 8 - 9pm: Promoting Social Emotional Health While Homeschooling

  • April 30 from 1 - 2pm: Growing Our Circles of Concern


If you cannot attend, the virtual gatherings will be recorded and links will be available for you to watch on demand.  Over the next three weeks, Hallways invites you to join us as we reflect on how we are doing, learn skills to move through challenging emotional responses (our own and our children's!) and share strategies and resources to support social and emotional health.  Parents can sign-up for each gathering they are interested in attending through this Eventbrite. All participants will receive a link to join our online gathering via email prior to each session.


B*Well Resource Guide


Parent Resources:

  • Child Mind Institute: Anxiety and Coping with the Coronavirus



  • Psychology Today: Managing Child and Teen Stress During School Closings



  • Tips for Homeschooling During Coronavirus 



  • A Message from our Challenge Success Family During COVID-19



  • Challenge Success Resources for Parents and Educators to Support Remote Learning



Student Resources:

  • Common Sense Media Free Online Events and Activities for Kids at Home



  • Common Sense Media’s Wide Open School: A Free Collection of the Best Learning Experiences and Activities for Kids, Organized by Grade Band and Subject




  • Grown and Flown: Quarantined with Bored Teens: Virtual Volunteer Opportunities