JHF Sponsors Pittsburgh Arts & Lecture Event with Dr. Emily Kline
Update April 4, 2023: Event has been canceled due to Dr. Kline testing positive for COVID-19.
The Jewish Healthcare Foundation is the presenting sponsor of a conversation with Emily Kline, PhD on Tuesday, April 4 at 6 p.m. as part of the Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures Made Local Series at the Carnegie Library Lecture Hall. The lecture is a free event, and in person and virtual tickets are available here.
Emily Kline, PhD, author of the soon to be released book, The School of Hard Talks, How to have Conversations with Your (Almost Grown) Kids, a practical, engaging guide to help adults and parents connect and communicate with youth people.
Dr. Kline, a clinical psychologist and writer, grew up in Pittsburgh and worked for Jewish Residential Services in Squirrel Hill and in psychiatric research at the University of Pittsburgh. She then went on to graduate degrees at the University of Maryland, a fellowship at Harvard Medical School, and faculty appointments at Harvard and Boston University. She is the recipient of a career development award from the National Institute of Mental Health. She has published dozens of articles appearing in a range of peer-reviewed scholarly journals, textbooks, and popular magazines, and she has spoken with audiences all over the world about mental health and interpersonal communication.
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Squirrel Hill will also hold a conversation with Dr. Kline from 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, April 5. Register here for this event.