About This Webinar
Stay-at-home during this COVID-19 pandemic just shifted from “let’s try to flatten the curve for a few months” into a long-haul situation with so many unknowns. And a huge unknown is this: How are our teens really handling the series of disappointments from more cancelled events, the physical and emotional distance from their friends, the plusses and minuses of online learning – and being home with YOU 24/7?

Let’s have a heart-to-heart look at a surprising way to support your teens as they navigate a level of teenage angst that simply did not exist when we were going through it all. This is not another sales-y pandemic webinar from a guru. This is an exchange of the latest update on a discovery that a fellow parent made – and has applied with her own students, mentees, and four kids.

She’s living it right now with her 2 current teens. It’s not easy, but it’s actually simple and quite liberating. Let’s give this a go. Because that’s all we can do, and we can do this together.
Helen Kim
Assistant Director, Career Advancement
Helen oversees the digital programs including the NAA Career Webinar Series along with the NAA Career Podcast, Northwestern Intersections, to provide career advancement resources for the alumni network. She is passionate about engaging alumni to share their stories of how Northwestern has impacted their lives.
Coco Cabrel ’87, ’89 MD
Coco Cabrel ’87 BS, ’89 MD, is the founder of MeditationTales, her creative, actually fun guided meditations for better sleep, faster focus, and calming stress and burnout smack in the middle of the chaos – even if you think you’ve failed at all the other methods. She also uses this subscription content in private coaching and consulting for families with teens, professionals/executives, and businesses/institutions.

For this work, she draws from her 30 years of expertise and experience in teaching and building curricula in both health sciences and dance, working as a Reiki Master, and flamenco performance and choreography – plus her own full recovery from workplace bully-induced PTSD, as well as raising 2 teens into adulthood with 2 more teens still at home.

Coco’s inspirational methods combined with her love of mentoring Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine students, has led to her becoming a sought-after speaker on the topics of sleep, stress and burnout relief, parenting teens, anti-bullying, as well as how to achieve harmony in life for artist-scientists.

Dr. Coco, as her thousands of students and clients call her, graduated from the Honors Program in Medical Education at Northwestern University and the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. You may contact her directly at drcoco@cococabrel.com follow here on IG/fb @meditationtales or connect on LinkedIn at https://linkedin.com/in/cococabrel