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Parenting: Strategies to Help Your Grade Schooler Soar

Do you find it stressful to allow your children to navigate their own obstacles?  Do you wish that parenting came with a handbook?  

Come join two child and adolescent therapists in discussing how to mitigate our fears as parents while learning to allow our children to successfully enjoy independence and resiliency through risk and possible obstacles. It can be difficult as a parent to weather the ups and downs that your child might be experiencing. Learn skills to manage your emotions in order to empower your child to navigate this journey successfully.  This session is targeted to parents of grade school students.

Cost:  $30 (bring a friend and pay just $25 each!)

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Nancy Watson, LCSW, CADC,is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.  Nancy is the school social worker at Lake Forest Country Day School and works with students and families. She also engages with the broader community through collaboration and speaking engagements.

Diana Lucas Flemma, LCPC, is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in private practice in Northbrook and Evanston where she works with children, adolescents and families in the treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma and loss, along with numerous other issues.  For 15 years prior to moving to the North Shore, Diana counseled at the Hotchkiss School, a competitive New England boarding school, and had a private practice in Connecticut.   

Earlier Event: October 16
Journal to the Self