9.15.21 LEGO Exclusive Class Recording

Lesson Details

  • Are you planning to return to work, or are you already back?
  • Concerned that hours away from baby will harm your attachment?
  • Feeling a bit confused or overwhelmed with how to choose a caregiver for baby?

The transition back to work from Family Leave is often challenging. Being involved with the baby’s total care can be immensely rewarding as well as exhausting, and relinquishing some of that care to others is often anxiety-provoking.  Join Peace At Home experts JoAnn Robinson, PhD and Cora Megan, MA and with other parents to get answers and solutions on the spot. What are baby's needs and what are your needs as you transition back to work? Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Identify your values for what your baby experiences while you work
  • Compare benefits of different types of care
  • Learn how to choose what feels right for you
  • Create routines that work for you and your baby

Course Lessons

  • Are you planning to return to work, or are you already back?
  • Concerned that hours away from baby will harm your attachment?
  • Feeling a bit confused or overwhelmed with how to choose a caregiver for baby?

The transition back to work from Family Leave is often challenging. Being involved with the baby’s total care can be immensely rewarding as well as exhausting, and relinquishing some of that care to others is often anxiety-provoking.  Join Peace At Home experts JoAnn Robinson, PhD and Cora Megan, MA and with other parents to get answers and solutions on the spot. What are baby’s needs and what are your needs as you transition back to work? Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Identify your values for what your baby experiences while you work
  • Compare benefits of different types of care
  • Learn how to choose what feels right for you
  • Create routines that work for you and your baby

8.26.21 CVS Welcome Baby Class Recording

Lesson Details

This month Nurse Practitioner Denise Webb, APRN, PNP will join JoAnn Robinson, PhD at your CVS Health Welcome Baby, Back to Work Conversation at 1 PM on August 26th.  JoAnn and Denise want to hear from parents about their experiences, answer questions, and invite folks to share successes in addressing the challenge of Returning to Work:  Breast and Bottle Feeding and any other topics that are on your mind.  At this session Denise and JoAnn will share ideas about

  1. Feeding baby is a relationship-building activity 
  2. Bottle feeding is an important solution for returning to work 
  3. Heading back to the office and sustaining breastfeeding

Course Lessons

This month Nurse Practitioner Denise Webb, APRN, PNP will join JoAnn Robinson, PhD at your CVS Health Welcome Baby, Back to Work Conversation at 1 PM on August 26th.  JoAnn and Denise want to hear from parents about their experiences, answer questions, and invite folks to share successes in addressing the challenge of Returning to Work:  Breast and Bottle Feeding and any other topics that are on your mind.  At this session Denise and JoAnn will share ideas about

  1. Feeding baby is a relationship-building activity 
  2. Bottle feeding is an important solution for returning to work 
  3. Heading back to the office and sustaining breastfeeding

The LEGO Group Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

  • Are you planning to return to work, or are you already back?
  • Concerned that hours away from baby will harm your attachment?
  • Feeling a bit confused or overwhelmed with so many life changes?

The transition back to work from Family Leave is often challenging. Being involved with the baby’s total care can be immensely rewarding as well as exhausting, and relinquishing some of that care to others is often anxiety-provoking.  Join Peace At Home experts Autumn Cloud-Ingram, LMSW and Hanna Brinkhaus, LCSW and with other parents to get answers and solutions on the spot. What are baby's needs and what are your needs as you transition back to work? Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Recognize who can provide helpful help
  • Create routines that work for you and your baby
  • Apply strategies that help with sleep and feeding
  • Consider your own emotions, moods and possible red flags

Course Lessons

  • Are you planning to return to work, or are you already back?
  • Concerned that hours away from baby will harm your attachment?
  • Feeling a bit confused or overwhelmed with so many life changes?

The transition back to work from Family Leave is often challenging. Being involved with the baby’s total care can be immensely rewarding as well as exhausting, and relinquishing some of that care to others is often anxiety-provoking.  Join Peace At Home experts Autumn Cloud-Ingram, LMSW and Hanna Brinkhaus, LCSW and with other parents to get answers and solutions on the spot. What are baby’s needs and what are your needs as you transition back to work? Participants in this session will be able to:

  • Recognize who can provide helpful help
  • Create routines that work for you and your baby
  • Apply strategies that help with sleep and feeding
  • Consider your own emotions, moods and possible red flags

06.14.21 YUM! Brands Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Many working parents struggle to figure out a healthy work life blend. We recognize there shouldn’t have to be a choice between work and caring for your family. The McKinsey Report* tells us that parents, “…are facing the choice between falling short of pre-pandemic expectations that may now be unrealistic,
or pushing themselves to keep up an unsustainable pace.” *

We recognize that a work-life blend right now can seem impossible. Technology makes you accessible 24/7 and fear about job loss might drive you to work longer hours. Compounding stress from the never-ending workday can harm family life, health and overall happiness.

This interactive online workshop will provide you with the opportunity to consider the current research related to work-life blend and identify realistic approaches to address your most important challenges.
Participants in this session will recognize that you can’t “do it all” and be able to:
- Identify approaches to communicate with your supervisor on structural changes to work that will support better work-life blend
- Apply strategies that manage boundaries and support recovery
- Recognize the importance of instrumental and emotional social support and plan action steps to develop these resources.

Course Lessons

Many working parents struggle to figure out a healthy work life blend. We recognize there shouldn’t have to be a choice between work and caring for your family. The McKinsey Report* tells us that parents, “…are facing the choice between falling short of pre-pandemic expectations that may now be unrealistic,
or pushing themselves to keep up an unsustainable pace.” *

We recognize that a work-life blend right now can seem impossible. Technology makes you accessible 24/7 and fear about job loss might drive you to work longer hours. Compounding stress from the never-ending workday can harm family life, health and overall happiness.

This interactive online workshop will provide you with the opportunity to consider the current research related to work-life blend and identify realistic approaches to address your most important challenges.
Participants in this session will recognize that you can’t “do it all” and be able to:
– Identify approaches to communicate with your supervisor on structural changes to work that will support better work-life blend
– Apply strategies that manage boundaries and support recovery
– Recognize the importance of instrumental and emotional social support and plan action steps to develop these resources.

CVS Working from Home: Routines that Work

Lesson Details

You’ve done well up to now with a weekday schedule that gets you out the door in the morning and back home for evening time with your young children.  You don’t know how long you will need to work from home and provide full-time care for your young children.  

Participants will be able to:

  • Plan and try out new routines that balance priorities while you seek a sustainable new rhythm.
  • Develop co-parenting strategies to work well in a simple daily schedule of care and activity. 

Course Lessons

You’ve done well up to now with a weekday schedule that gets you out the door in the morning and back home for evening time with your young children.  You don’t know how long you will need to work from home and provide full-time care for your young children.  

Participants will be able to:

  • Plan and try out new routines that balance priorities while you seek a sustainable new rhythm.
  • Develop co-parenting strategies to work well in a simple daily schedule of care and activity.