Webinar: Managing the Emotionally Charged Child – August 23 at 6:30 p.m.
Join Jeff Bright, LCSW, BCN, for guidance on helping emotionally charged kids to calm down.
Parenting a child with major emotions can be difficult. How do I keep our own cool when my child is screaming and yelling? That’s a common question. You are not alone. Join us for tips and tricks on how to help your child calm their body so that they can better listen and follow directions.
Topics to be covered include:
- Recognizing symptoms of depression in kids.
- How to talk to your child about what they’re going through.
- Ways to help kids cope: how to coach your child to decrease feelings of sadness.
- The Beck Depression Inventory (questionnaire).
- Supplements that can be helpful to stabilize mood.
- Seeking professional help: when to talk to a doctor (and seek medication) vs. counseling.
Supporting parents who support children with behavioral and/or mental health problems
Raising a child with behavioral and/or mental health problems is a tough job. There is a stigma in our community that if your child has behavioral or mental health problems, it must come from poor parenting. That simply is not true. The greatest parents can have children who struggle with family/peer relationships or who have unpleasant behaviors (nicely put). Our events are for parents (with children of any age, not just teens) who experience frequent burnout of working with and supporting their children. Join us for peer and professional support.
Our in-person workshops are held at the Neurofeedback and Counseling of Utah office, located at 1407 N 2000 W, Suite J (Downstairs), Clinton, UT (across the street from the Clinton Walmart). We are located in the same building as Health Mart Pharmacy (but downstairs). For webinars, you can log in from your computer or mobile device. Please register for each event, and we’ll send you a link to log in for the live webinar. Space is limited for workshops and webinars and may fill up.
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