Fusion Academy Greenwich is hosting a special event featuring Dr. Hansa Bhargava, MD, FAAP, who will talk about her latest book, Building Happier Kids: Stress Busting Tools for Parents.
Between the frantic pace of pre-pandemic life and the isolation and screen time during the pandemic, many kids are suffering from stress and mental health issues.
In Building Happier Kids, Dr. Bhargava helps parents understand the impact of stress and shares concrete steps parents can take to reduce the pressure on their children and teens and increase their health and happiness.
The event is Friday, October 21, from 12:00-1:00pm at the Fusion Academy Greenwich campus. Copies of Dr. Bhargava’s book will be available at the event, as well as an opportunity for Q & A and book signing. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Please click here to RSVP on the Fusion Academy website.
Dr. Hansa Bhargava is a board-certified pediatrician at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, former senior medical director at WebMD, and current Chief Medical Officer at Medscape Education. Dr. Bhargava is also a member of the executive committee for the Council on Communications and Media for theAmerican Academy of Pediatrics and sits on the advisory board for the Christopher Wolfe Crusade for prevention of opioid addiction. She has spoken at the FDA, conducted a panel discussion with former First Lady Michelle Obama, and is a regular contributor to Forbes.
She is frequently interviewed by major news outlets on issues of pediatric health and mental well-being. As a physician, educator, and author for over fifteen years, Dr. Bhargava is passionate about meeting families where they are, and to provide them with tips and tools to help navigate stormy times.
Dr. Bhargava recently published her book, Building Happier Kids: Stress-busting Tools for Parents (March 15, 2022) through the American Academy of Pediatrics to provide parents with tools to support their teens’ mental and physical well-being.
Dr. Bhargava is speaking at schools and communities about a mental well-being “toolkit” to help parents prevent mental health disease, recognize warning signs, and promote resiliency in their kids.