Clothing is more than a daily basic need, it’s also a form of self-expression. Clothing choices and access can impact a teen’s mental health. As parents, we may question why our teen dresses like everyone else, or not, and the choices they make about what they wear.
Join us as on Friday, October 20, 2023 as NBC’s Kate Snow moderates a panel discussion on teen mental health and the impact clothing has on teen identity and self-esteem. Kate Snow is an American television journalist for NBC News, serving as Senior National Correspondent to various NBC platforms, including Today, NBC Nightly News, Dateline NBC, and MSNBC.
Liz Brunnemer, Senior Vice President at American Eagle Outfitters
Denise Caldwell is a multi-platform influencer and TV Host with more than a decade of experience styling and consulting. In 2021, Denise founded “Dress Up for Your Dreams! ™️“ which is a confidence building camp to help young girls, and those who identify as female, using style as a tool to impact their personal dreams and goals.
Dr. Alec Miller, clinical psychologist, teacher, researcher, author. He is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants, LLP, and President of the Access Psychology Foundation
Dr. Stephanie Newman, a psychoanalyst and psychologist in private practice, a nonfiction author, a novelist, and a public speaker.
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