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Winter/Spring 2018

GROUPS, CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

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PARENTING ANXIOUS CHILDREN
Allan Cordova, Ph.D.
2 Parents’ meetings, Wednesdays, March 7 and 14, 2018, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.  
Build a “tool kit” so you and your child will have strategies to manage worries and anxiety. This two-session class is for parents of 9 – 14 year-olds who struggle with excessive or hard to control worry. We will talk about the different ways anxiety presents itself, identify your child’s trigger points and develop an understanding of how anxiety affects the lives of children and families. You will be ready to assist your child if/when worries present.
$90 per parent/couple.
REGISTER HERE

TANTRUMS, MELTDOWNS AND RAGE: PARENTING STRATEGIES FOR CALMING THE STORM
Ally Burr-Harris, Ph.D.        
Parents of children 5-11 years: 3 Mondays, April 9, April 23, May 7 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Parents of children 12 and older: 3 Mondays, April 16, April 30, May 14 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
This is a workshop for parents whose children are prone to emotional outbursts. We will review strategies for catching your child before the storm, calming your child if he/she has passed that “critical window,” and preventing future meltdowns from occurring. We will also review strategies for parents to stay calm in the face of a child’s outburst. This workshop is for parents and caregivers only. $180 individual/or family (non-insurance billable).
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TIPS FOR HELPING YOUR CHILD WITH A CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITION, PART 1
Maggie Stoeckel, PhD
April 16th 4-5:30 pm
This is a workshop for parents of kids with chronic medical conditions (e.g., type 1 diabetes, IBD, EoE, celiac disease, chronic pain, eczema, cystic fibrosis, etc.)
The workshop will help parents address questions such as:
• What should I tell my daughter about her illness?
• What do we do about school?
• How do I help my son take his medications without getting into a fight about it?
This workshop is for parents, $45 per parent/couple. $85 if registering for both Parts 1 and 2.
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HELP FOR SIBLINGS OF A CHILD WITH A CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITION, PART 2
Maggie Stoeckel, PhD
April 30th 4-5:30 pm
This workshop offers parents tips to help the sibling of a child with a chronic medical condition. Examples of medical conditions may include: type 1 diabetes, IBD, EoE, celiac disease, chronic pain,eczema, cystic fibrosis, etc. The workshop will help parents address questions such as:
• How can I tell if my son is struggling with his brother’s illness?
• Does my daughter need extra support
• How much information should I give?
• How do we keep things “fair”?
This workshop is for parents, $45 per parent/couple. $85 if registering for both Parts 1 and 2.
REGISTER HERE

Coming this Spring:

Trauma Recovery for Youth with Ally Burr-Harris

 

*Registration packets are available at the office or online at: http://www.childrensprogram.com/forms-2/forms
or mailed upon your request by calling (503) 548-4844.

**Groups that are billed to insurance require a deposit. Please note that copayments/coinsurance/deductibles may apply to covered sessions.

Groups are a package. Insurance cannot be billed for sessions that are not attended. 

If you are registering for a group, please note: Many groups are limited in size. Cancellations within 4 business days of the start of the class incur a $35 processing fee.

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