Examining the impact of group treatment for families with emotionally dysregulated youth

Webinar recording

On Friday, April 8, CAMH Addiction Rounds presented a webinar titled, "Family Connections: Examining the impact of multi-family psycho-education groups in the treatment of families with emotionally dysregulated youth."

This webinar provided an overview of:

  • the evidence for multi-family psychoeducation groups in the treatment of emotionally dysregulated youth and their families;
  • opportunities and challenges of multi-family psychoeducation groups;
  • the lived experiences of family members caring for youth with emotion dysregulation.

Watch this webinar here. EENet is pleased to present this webinar as part of our partner series.


Dr. Karen Wang, M.Ed., M.D., Psychiatry Resident (PGY-4)
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
University of Toronto

Dr. Karen Wang is a fourth year psychiatry resident at the University of Toronto. Prior to entering the field of medicine, she graduated from Queen's University in 2001 with a degree in Biology and English Literature. For seven years, she worked for the Toronto District School Board as a high school guidance counsellor and science teacher. She has a Masters of Education at the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE/UT) in the field of curriculum, teaching and learning. Subsequently, she went on to pursue a medical degree at McMaster University. Her main areas of interest relate to child and adolescent psychiatry, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and borderline personality disorder.

Addictions Rounds is a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.