Join us for an informative evening that will offer tools and guidance on speaking to children about the difficult topics our world is presenting, including anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hate. This session will give you the toolkit of discussion topics that will inspire and reinforce how you and your kids can vigilantly display tolerance and respect in a scary world.
D. Maurie Lung, PhD LMHC, LMFT
Maurie is a local licensed mental health professional, an author and a professor. Co-author of "Power of Family: An Experiential Approach to Family Treatment," she has served as the chapter president of the National Association of Professional Women, and the president of the board of the Association for Experiential Education.
Sarah Grace Nadler, MEd, EdS
Sarah Grace is an adventure therapist and a professor at Eckerd College with specialized group expertise in mindful impulse and stress management, radical acceptance, and garden therapy.
The webinar can accommodate 100 households participating.
Simply email Diana Morin at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. 24 hours before the webinar you will receive instructions on connecting to the online Zoom event.
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