Interview with FOX News 6 Now

Dr. Mazzulla Discusses New Book and Discussing Coronavirus with Your Children

MILWAUKEE — There is still a lot of uncertainty about what exactly school will look like this year. That uncertainty can be stressful for parents, but also for kids. Now, there’s a new book coming out to help.

Interview on TMJ4

Dr. Mazzulla Discusses Children's Resilience and Resources for Parents

MILWAUKEE — A Marquette University professor is creatively channeling her expertise to help families and students prepare for a school year unlike any other.

Interview on WGN Chicago

Dr. Mazzulla Discusses this unprecedented time, and how to ease uncertainty and anxiety for kids.

CHICAGO — Dr. Emily Mazzulla from Marquette University is a psychology professor who wrote a children's book about going back to school right now. She joined WGN News to talk about schooling during the pandemic.

Interview on TMJ4

Dr. Mazzulla Discusses Children's Resilience and Resources for Parents

MILWAUKEE — A Marquette University professor is creatively channeling her expertise to help families and students prepare for a school year unlike any other.

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Feature in Marquette Today

Dr. Emily Mazzulla is a clinical professor of psychology in the Klingler College of Arts Sciences and the director of SWIM collaboration and innovation.

MILWAUKEE — Mazzulla’s book is a traditional 32-page children’s book that follows the story of Maria, an elementary school student, as she learns the ins and outs of school amid COVID-19. The opening scene, Mazzulla said, sets in motion a narrative of hope, problem solving and relationship building.