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Taking Charge of the College Process: How to Feel Better, Reduce Stress and Make Decisions in Uncertain Times

Tuesday, October 20, 10-11 AM

Join Susan Bauerfeld, Ph.D., and Victoria Hirsch for Taking Charge of the College Process. In this webinar, Bauerfeld and Hirsch will offer updated tips, strategies and suggestions for viewing the college process as a natural next step in a student’s development rather than THE BIG EVENT and for managing the process in ways that foster resilience and relationships rather than discord and despair. 

Mindful Parents, Mindful Families: Effective Parenting in Trying Times

Thursday, October 29, 10:00-10:45

Parenting through the pandemic and turbulent current events is difficult, confusing, and stressful. Learn how to create a family environment that fosters mental, physical and emotional health.

Tracey Masella, LCSW, will provide useful information and offer tools to help you build a family frame, set reasonable and attainable expectations and goals for your children, manage anxiety (both yours and your children’s), develop healthy self-care practices and find a supportive group of fellow parents in your community.

Encouraging your teenagers to find their own paths: a road map for choosing a college, a career, or something different

Monday, November 9, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

The leap from high school to college is overwhelming. Newfound independence— combined with little or no parental control— leaves many students, especially those with learning, attention, and mental health challenges, feeling anxious and ultimately underperforming at college. As parents, you can help relieve everyone’s anxiety by recognizing that college isn’t the only option after high school. Career success may very well follow a different path.

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203-529-5203

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