COVID-19 Resources

Let’s face it, we as parents are experiencing limited resources in terms of our own energy and what our kids are willing to bring to the table. We are finding kids and families facing more problems with sleep, worry, boredom, and increased screen time. And as a parent, it can be really easy to wonder how the strategies we implement during the pandemic will affect our children later in life; it can be tricky to remember that you are doing the best you can.

If you are wondering about if and when to seek help, start with trying these strategies at home! If you are seeking individual support, drop us a line at


“Now is a good time to try to tap into compassion for your kid and compassion for yourself. We are all just figuring this out one day at a time and course-correcting as we go.”

– Nina Kaiser, Ph.D.

Webinars & Lectures

We partner with San Francisco Bay Area pediatricians to host live webinars surrounding COVID-19. Watch recorded webinars and sign-up for upcoming lectures.


Online Courses

In response to COVID-19, we created a video series to help parents navigate closures, shelter-in-place and normative behaviors for kids of all ages.

Articles Featuring Our Clinical Team

Visit the Press page for an archive of articles discussing COVID-19, mindfulness strategies for kids, and general parenting support.

Suggested Websites for Parents and Kids

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San Francisco Location
2901 Webster Street, San Francisco CA 94123


Mill Valley Location
10 Willow Street, Suite 1, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Marin Location
400 Professional Center Drive, Suite 421, Novato, CA 94947

Contact Us • (415) 780-3239
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Summer Mighty Minds Registration is OPEN!Sign-up your K-5th grader for a one-week session in San Francisco or Mill Valley

Mighty Minds groups introduce kids to mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral strategies helpful in effectively coping with anxiety, stress, anger and frustration, and other emotions.

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