November 16, 2022
Wednesdays at 7 PM. See listing of events below for specific dates.
PARENT CHAT by Balance in Mind, through LW Schools Foundation: Stress and Student-Athletes
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Parent Chat is back with support for stronger family relationships, encouragement to talk about emotions and mental health, and awareness that “you are not alone.”
Twice a month, join facilitator Sheri Gazitt, MA and guests for interactive presentations with Q&A. Leave with evidence-based steps to incorporate into your parenting. Everyone will experience mental health challenges at some point. Parent Chat offers families competency and confidence in handling those challenges when they occur.
HEALING & RESURFACING FROM THE PANDEMIC
The pandemic is having lasting effects on our families and our kids - both positive and negative. We take a moment to pause, reflect, and connect after a tough couple of years.
Guest Kristie Neklason M.C., M.H.P., S.U.D.P.
SCHOOL SUPPORT WHEN YOUR CHILD IS EXPERIENCING MENTAL HEALTH STRUGGLES
Learn what Lake Washington School District resources are available to your family and how to support your child when they are struggling.
Guests Shannon Hitch Ed.D, NCSP, Executive Director of Special Services at Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and Johnny Phu, Director of Student Services at LWSD
TEACHING EMOTIONAL REGULATION
Little kids can experience big emotions. Marcelle Waldman from FeelLinks will teach us tips and tools to support your kids as they experience, process and regulate big emotions.
Guest Marcelle Waldman
Some of our most difficult personal conflicts are rooted in a lack of empathy. What is empathy and what gets in the way of our ability to empathize with others? How can we grow this vital skill in ourselves, and raise empathetic kids?
Guest Bonnie McDaniel, Ph.D
STRESS AND STUDENT-ATHLETES
Having a child in competitive sports, or other competitive interests, has its own unique stresses. Former Seahawk, D'Anthony Smith shares what supports your child needs and how to offer them in a positive manner.
Guest Dr. D'Anthony Smith, Ed.d.,LMHCA,CMPC,ACC
WHAT WILL HELP YOU MOST AS A PARENT?
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