Dr. Laura Stutman will be answering questions on children, anxiety and OCD as part of The Mother Company’s Parenting Series.
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How does our feelings of self-worth shape our lives? Does confidence play an important role in happiness? Join us for a live discussion with psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD.
In these uncertain times – and in regular times – perfectionism and people pleasing needs to be rethought.
Sunday Night Self Care – 30 minutes of guided self-growth and meditation to ready your head and heart for the week ahead.
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.
Hard feelings: Experiencing + Easing the Discomfort of Uncertainty, Depression and Anxiety: Live Discussion and Q&A
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.
Join Shaun Roney, Life Coach and ADHD specialist, to help sort out our “messy thinking,” and get the tools to change how you feel.
Who says summer fun needs to stop just because the sun goes down? Grab the bug spray and get ready to stay up late with ten safe activities for enjoying summer nights with your kids!
Halloween lurks, and the excitement is tangible. Why do kids love getting dressed-up? Does this kind of make-believe serve our children on deeper levels beyond just the fun factor? Dorothy Singer, research scientist and author shrieks a blood-curdling, “Yes!”