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Haddonfield School Districts invites community to free virtual parenting workshop

Event to review on-the-spot techniques for managing stress, anxiety and frustration amidst tough parenting spots.

Living with a neurodiversity is not easy. Not for parents, not for siblings, and most of all, not for the child with ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, etc. On Wednesday, Feb. 9 from 8 to 9 p.m., Guiding Bright Minds is hosting a virtual parenting event “Parenting Meltdowns: How to Coach yourself Through Tough Situations with Your Neurodiverse Child.”

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Dr. Brian Wolff with Wolff Child Psychology and Elizabeth Nallenweg LCSW and VP of Care Integration at Ascend Behavior Partners are here to help!

• They will identify ways you can manage stress and how to best support your child and yourself when a meltdown happens.

• Learn how to cope and stay in control before, during and after your child’s meltdowns.

• You have the power to get through even the most challenging situations with your child! In this workshop, we will explore quick, on-the-spot techniques to help you manage stress, frustration, and anxiety whenever you find yourself in a tough parenting spot.

• Ask the Expert! Are there questions or concerns you would like to ask? If so, there will be a 15-to-20-minute Q&A session after the presentation.

Register for this free event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/parenting-meltdowns-how-to-coach-yourself-through-tough-situations-tickets-252164720467


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