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Department of Psychiatry
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue, MC1410
Farmington, CT 06030-1410

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Welcome Kevin J. Manning, Ph.D.,
to Our Faculty

Recruited from New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Manning will assume key clinical and educational roles, expanding our neuropsychological services across the age span from adolescents to older adults. He will also have clinical and teaching responsibilities, working closely with geriatric psychiatry and medicine colleagues in the growing Memory Disorders Clinic.

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Coping with Back-to-School Anxiety

Internationally recognized child psychologist Golda S. Ginsburg, Ph.D., offers tips on how to help anxious children make a smooth transition back to the classroom. Dr. Ginsburg, who recently joined UConn Health from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, has been developing and evaluating interventions for anxious youth for more than 20 years.

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Asima A. Zehgeer, M.D.

Welcome Asima A. Zehgeer, M.D., to Our Faculty

A 2014 graduate of the UConn Health Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship program and second-year chief resident, Dr. Zehgeer will be consulting to the Court Support Services Division of the Connecticut Judicial Court. She will also be providing clinical services in our child psychiatry clinic and supporting the educational curriculum of the child and adolescent division of Psychiatry at UConn Health.

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