Tara Niendam

associate psychiatry professor and licensed child psychologist at UC Davis

Tara Niendam on KCRW

“That social milieu, as we call it, on the playground, it's a very dynamic place for children to be able to express themselves creatively, practice their negotiation skills, practice…

How remote education and playground closures are affecting children’s mental health

“That social milieu, as we call it, on the playground, it's a very dynamic place for children to be able to express themselves creatively, practice their negotiation skills, practice…

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