Mon, Dec 10|
Parent Support Workshop: For Parents of Children Who Receive Mental Health Services (Ages 4-9)
Learn about attachment, emotion regulation, and child development. This workshop seeks to help parents understand why their children may struggle with anxiety, emotional difficulties, or behavior problems as well as how to support them as they develop.
Time & Location
Dec 10, 2018, 7:15 PM – 9:00 PM
Birch Counseling, 3325 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd Srv Rd, Suite, 205 Durham, NC 27707, USA
About The Event
The early years of raising a child are often full of fun, magic, and play. When children struggle with anxiety, emotion regulation, or behavior problems it is often difficult for parents to understand or know what to do. This workshop will offer education and strategies to parents who are working to support their young children. Topics we will cover include:
- Overview of child development to understand important developmental tasks
- Discussion of attachment needs in children
- Understanding behavior problems and emotion dysregulation in young children
- Helping your child learn emotional intelligence and process difficult life experiences
This workshop is appropriate for parents of children who struggle with emotion disregulation, anxiety, depression, trauma, sleep difficulties, behavior issues, and attachment struggles. The workshop will be facilitated by Meg Hamilton, LPC.
Workshop for Parents of Kids