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Parenting Your Young Child during Shelter in Place, Part 2 [presentation] [video]

This is Part 2 of a webinar especially for parents of young children (pre-K through 2nd grade). With Shelter in Place, we know it can be tricky to support your young child – to manage their learning, help them cope with the anxiety they feel, and respond to challenging behavior.   Read more ›

Do I Need to Worry about My Child Falling Behind? [presentation] [video]

As a parent, you have probably come to appreciate your child’s teachers in a whole new way during this unprecedented school closure period. Even so, you are worried about your child’s progress academically and socially. Is she falling behind? She is missing her friends. What about all this screen time? Read more ›

Family Dynamics During Shelter in Place [presentation] [video]

Who knew that we would be sheltering in place for this long? The uncertainty, living in close quarters, and being stuck at home are creating challenging dynamics in the family. In this webinar, you’ll receive some validation and also some strategies that you can use to reduce the stress of family life right now.  Read more ›

Being a Parent, a Teacher and a Human (All at the Same Time) [presentation] [video]

Little did we know 8 weeks ago that our lives would be so drastically changed. Millions of parents across the U.S. have taken on new roles as teachers and are trying to find a balance in their everyday lives. What are your strengths and vulnerabilities as a parent and as a teacher? Read more ›

Supporting Teens during Shelter in Place [presentation] [video]

Teens thrive on their social connections, so living with shelter in place can be especially hard for them. How can you as a parent support your teen ensuring that they shelter in place for their own safety but allow them the independence they need at this point in their lives? Read more ›

Top 5 Strategies All Parents Need to Know to Foster Mental Health [presentation] [video]

It is estimated that 1 in 5 children experience mental health challenges. What can you as a parent do support your child’s mental health? Learn five simple strategies that you can incorporate into your family life to encourage mental wellness in your child. Read more ›

Parenting Your Young Child during Shelter in Place [presentation] [video]

This webinar is especially for parents of young children (pre-K through 2nd grade).  With Shelter in Place, we know it can be tricky to support your young child – to manage their learning, help them cope with the anxiety they feel, and respond to challenging behavior. Read more ›

Sadness and Loss During Shelter in Place [presentation] [video] [downloadable]

Are you or your kids experiencing loss as a result of our current situation? You are not alone. Loss can produce feelings of anxiety and sadness. Hear about how the stages of grief apply to our experiences today and how loss is showing up in unique ways for all of us right now. You’ll also learn strategies that you can use to cope with these feelings of grief and loss. Read more ›

Kids Who Worry [presentation] [video]

All kids have fears. Fears about the current uncertainty we are living with; questions about when they will be able to see their friends again; worrying about if they will get sick, or worse if someone they love will get sick. How do you as a parent know whether your child’s worries are cause for concern? Read more ›

Responding to Your Child’s Challenging Behavior [presentation] [video]

What do you do when your child’s behavior leaves you feeling frustrated and powerless to respond in a positive way? Sometimes you don’t know the best way to respond to your child’s behavior, whether it’s slamming the door, a blowout, withdrawal, arguing and just plain defiance. Learn about some effective strategies you can use to respond to your child’s challenging behavior. Read more ›

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