Padres ¿les preocupa ser demasiado estrictos o demasiado débiles con sus hijos?
¿Sus hijos pasan mucho tiempo castigados?
¿Se pregunta si existe una mejor manera de criarlos?
Peace at Home Parenting ofrece una clase GRATUITA para aprender nuevas formas de ayudarlo a usted con sus hijos. Únase a nosotros el 17 de noviembre a las 8 pm para una clase de “Disciplina positiva que funciona”. Joyleen Albarracin presentará esta clase de 45 minutos. Se proporcionarán folletos
Haga clic aquí para unirse a la clase el día 17 a las 8 p.m. Enlace en ZOOM
Are you concerned about your child or teen’s mental health? Wondering how you can really help? Do you question how well mental health providers respect culture and ethnicity?
Some are declaring a “pediatric mental health emergency” because so many parents are showing up in hospital emergency rooms with fears about kids’ emotional issues. Many parents are not sure where to turn and wonder what is best for their struggling children and teens during these challenging times. World Mental Health Day is Sunday, October 10th. The theme is “Mental health for all – let’s make it a reality.” Our panel of Peace At Home clinicians will answer your questions about mental health and help you think about how to integrate your culture and ethnicity into the treatment process. Our expert Catina Caban-Owen will be available to answer questions in Spanish.
The parent-child relationship is the most powerful mental health intervention known to humankind.
– Bessel van der Kolk
The parent-child relationship is the most powerful mental health intervention known to humankind. Bessel van der Kolk
This month we celebrate World Mental Health on October 10, 2021. As parents, we know we are affecting our child’s mental health every day, But how? This question has become more important as the pandemic persists. Join us for two important FREE events as we explain and explore what parents need to know about their children’s mental health.
8:00 PM Monday, October 4, 2021Live Facebook Event expert panel discussion“Mental Health for All – How Can Parents Help?”
8:00 PM Wednesday, October 6, 2021. “Mental Health Essentials”This class is for parents of toddlers to teens> We will share the keys to supporting your child’s psychological well-being and knowing red flags that suggest they need more help.
Our October class schedule provides answers that will put your mind at ease whether you are dealing with toddler meltdowns or teen romance. Our classes on “Conversation” and “Less Conflict” go to the heart of mental health with a focus on relationships. Understanding our children’s unique nature and helping them feel “seen” is a foundation of good mental health. Parents of children with special social-emotional needs will appreciate “ADHD and Autism – Why Do My Kids Act this Way?”
If you are dealing with that confusing stage called adolescence, “Teens in Love” will help. If you are separated or divorced, your child’s mental health is strongly affected by how you and your co-parent can work together. Don’t give up, check out “Cooperative CoParenting.” And finally, and in some ways most important for good mental health, “Wellness on the Run” will inspire and re-energize you about caring for yourself and your family.
Stay with us. We’ve got your back. Ruth E. Freeman President and Founder Peace at Home Parenting Solutions
Participate Tuesday, March 23rd at 8:15 pm in a free, live round table event, “Managing Meltdowns” for parents of children ages birth-8. Join presenters Ruth Freeman LCSW, JoAnn Robinson PhD, and Cora Megan MA to:
Learn why emotional meltdowns occur in young children
Learn how caregivers can manage their own distress during meltdowns
Learn positive approaches to help children calm down
Learn ways to talk with your child about strong feelings after they occur, and
Learn about positive routines to help prevent emotional meltdowns