Date: Tuesday, March 28
Location: Ellenwood Recreation Center
Raising a child today can be a challenge compared to just 10 years ago. There are more distractions and a higher chance of your child losing a sense of responsibility and their ability to be more independent. Come join us for this one-hour class and we’ll go over the following topics to assist you:
*Help your child be responsible for themselves, their chores and their homework
*Teach your child how to handle disappointment
*Empower your child to become an independent and successful adult
*Teach your child how to manage their feelings and relate to others
*Give advice to your child in a way that they will actually listen
*Increase your child’s emotional intelligence
*Improve your child’s self-esteem in the right way and instill good values in your children
Available: 1 CEU from the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist Board
Free and open to the public! Advanced registration suggested: walk-ins are welcome as space permits.
To Register: Contact Bedford Recreation at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (440) 735-6573.
Presented by: COURNTEY EVENCHIK, MA, NCSP
Courtney received her MA at The Ohio State University in School Psychology. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a member of the National Association of School Psychologists. Courtney works as a school psychologist facilitating social-skills workshops, administering psychoeducational evaluations, counseling students, and conducting consultations with school faculty. She is also a Cogmed® Qualified Coach. Additionally, Courtney is a parent educator, instructor and lecturer, and she coordinates and facilitates Safety Kid, a child abuse education and prevention program.