When faced with adversity, how can we train our brains not to sink, but swim? And how can we teach that to our children? Join us for this free discussion with Dr. Zelana Montminy, renowned psychologist, behavioral scientist, and author of 21 Days to Resilience, to ask questions and get answers.
For anyone feeling like they’re spiraling downward or overwhelmed with anxiety – or who are close to those who are – join us for an informative talk with one of the country’s foremost experts on depression, anxiety and trauma.
Our CEO, expert moderator and life coach, Abbie Schiller, has partnered with psychologist and parenting expert, Jenna Laski, to create a 4-week support group on Zoom. If you are feeling at wit’s end, overwhelmed, and anxious, or just wanting to become a better you, we will offer coaching and guidance to help you work with to move through hard feelings, manage your thoughts, and offer help for you both individually, and as a parent.
Can’t stop nervous/bored/depressed eating? Justifying all the overinduldging because of the circumstances? Legendary nutritional therapist, co-author of Intuitive Eating, Elyse Resch shares on how to self care without food and without any food deprivation.
Some signature no-nonsense advice from parenting guru Betsy Brown Braun on siblings. Betsy will take your questions on the guts and the glory, the good and the god-awful of multiples and give you tips and tricks that have worked for her clients in her 40+ years offering support to struggling parents.
Joseph Newman, author of Raising Lions, challenges us to re-examine our interactions and relationships with children, re-think the root causes of behavior problems and find new ways to support healthy, happy development. In this session, he will provide specific, non-punitive ways for parents to help their kids, and to improve a parent-child relationship.
Join us for another empowering, supportive and uplifting talk with Jennifer Waldburger, MSW on the emotional toll of this time. We’ll talk about experiencing brain fog, processing trauma, and slipping into (or being in) depression. This talk is about feeling the discomfort of feelings like uncertainty, grief, and anxiety. We will normalize these ups and downs and offer tools to help you – and your children – cope.