Pamela Cantor, M.D. and Turnaround in San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper
Turnaround for Children’s Pamela Cantor, M.D. and The Three Rs: Relationships, Routines and Resilience, were cited in an article by Diana Hembree for The San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper.
Hembree notes the current challenges most families are experiencing as they cope with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the societal unrest as we confront America’s history of police brutality and systemic oppression.
Citing The Three Rs, Hembree explains that adults can help themselves and children overcome toxic stress by focusing on building healthy relationships, developing regular routines and adopting habits that help build resilience. She lists a variety of activities parents and children can do together, including exercise, family cooking, mindfulness meditation, nature walks and more.
Read the article on The San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper.