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Kellen Glinder, M.D., coauthor of Teaching Kids to Pause, Cope, and Connect

Kellen Glinder, M.D.

Kellen Glinder, M.D., is a pediatrician and site lead for the Silicon Valley office of Private Medical. He is also the emeritus chair of pediatrics at the Palo Alto Division of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation and an adjunct clinical assistant professor at Stanford University. He is active in both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. As a Wilderness Medical Society member, he enjoys figuring out how to get kids outside often and with smiles. Kellen is a Screen Actors Guild member, has trained as an improvisational actor, and has taught classes in medical improv and the art of communication, including a course at the Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine. He lives in the heart of Silicon Valley, California. Follow him on Twitter @drglinder.
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Teaching Kids to Pause, Cope, and Connect

Thirty hands-on lessons provide students opportunities to learn and practice self-regulation strategies.

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