The first time your child starts interacting with an invisible friend it can be a little worrying. But it turns out, it's much more common than you think!
Imaginary friends help build social and communication skills, imagination, and more.
Joining us to talk about all kinds of magical and mystical friends, and why you most likely don't need to be worried, is Dr. Datta Munshi. Dr. Munshi is a community pediatrician with a strong interest in pediatric behavioral health. She completed her pediatric training in Philadelphia before moving to Georgia in 2001 and has worked in the urgent care setting at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and private practice in the North Fulton, and South Forsyth area for more than 15 years.
She is currently completing her Masters in Population Health Management at Johns Hopkins University and is working towards increasing collaborative and comprehensive mental healthcare for our children.