Each semester our Social Work Department coordinates a helpful line-up of Parenting Seminars. In our continuing effort to help parents navigate the complicated world that their adolescents exist in, we are offer sessions will address some of the issues that parents struggle with as they attempt to provide the guidance and nurturing necessary to move their teen toward young adulthood.
2016 Fall Parenting
Homewook Help: Avoiding the Homework Battle with Your Child
Wednesday, November 2 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Whose homework is
this anyway? End the afterschool drama surrounding homework while helping your
child to become a successful and independent student. Join Cheryl Denz, LCPC,
President of Riverview Counseling Services, as she offers practical strategies
for this daily dilemma.
Good Grief! Helping your Children Cope with Life's Changes
Wednesday, November 9 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Life can be
challenging when expected and unexpected transitions and losses occur. Charlie
Brown learned that even an expected situation can land us flat on our back.
Grieving is an ongoing process, ever-changing, and interwoven into our lives.
Join Suzanne Taddeucci, LCSW, Clinician at True North Clinical Services, as we
explore the grieving process and the complex emotions that accompany life's
Worry, Nervousness, Stress, Anxiety--Just Make it Go Away!
Wednesday, November 16 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Anxiety can be a painful experience,
especially for our children. Join Dr. Michael Maniacci as he teaches ways
parents can help children cope with and even eliminate their children’s
Seminar Location: Wheaton Park District Community Center
1777 Blanchard Road, Wheaton
Call or text Traci at (630) 270-9678 or email email@example.com to
indicate your choice of sessions. If you have questions about workshop content
contact, Traci Burnham at (630) 784-7226.