Twenty years of research has shown that family dinners are good for the body, the brain and the mental health of kids and their parents. As a family therapist and co-founder of The Family Dinner Project, now based at Mass General's Psychiatry Academy, Anne Fishel, PhD, of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Mass General for Children, shares how to make the most of family dinners. In this video from the Mass General Blum Center, learn practical tips about encouraging meaningful conversation, overcoming common obstacles to shared mealtimes, and having fun at the table, especially during the COVID-19 health crisis.