Posts Tagged ‘depression’


Let’s Talk About Teens: Live Discussion and Q&A

Christine Carter PhD, author of “The New Adolescence” and “Raising Happiness” talks to us about sheltering in place and how this pandemic is especially hard on teens, tips for coping as a parent during these really difficult and uncertain times and how to connect and communicate meaningfully.


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.


Moms and Medication

Are you using medication to help ease your depression or anxiety? Did this choice happen after you had children? You’re not alone. Laura Markham, Ph.D., gives us some empathy and insight into moms using meds.


When You Don’t Like Your Child

You love your child with all your heart, but do you ever feel like you just don’t like him/her very much? You aren’t alone. Jennifer Waldburger, author, parenting expert and therapist, addresses this painful issue felt by many.